Case Studies


Strict Standards: Only variables should be assigned by reference in /home/entrep13/public_html/modules/mod_ecosystemeconomics/mod_ecosystemeconomics.php on line 12

No Articles found

Case Studies


Strict Standards: Only variables should be assigned by reference in /home/entrep13/public_html/modules/mod_ecosystemeconomics/mod_ecosystemeconomics.php on line 12

No Articles found

Main Top Meta Mod next to case studies Brazil

Digital Ecosystems


Strict Standards: Only variables should be assigned by reference in /home/entrep13/public_html/modules/mod_ecosystemeconomics/mod_ecosystemeconomics.php on line 12

Financial Services


Strict Standards: Only variables should be assigned by reference in /home/entrep13/public_html/modules/mod_ecosystemeconomics/mod_ecosystemeconomics.php on line 12

Health


Strict Standards: Only variables should be assigned by reference in /home/entrep13/public_html/modules/mod_ecosystemeconomics/mod_ecosystemeconomics.php on line 12

Media


Strict Standards: Only variables should be assigned by reference in /home/entrep13/public_html/modules/mod_ecosystemeconomics/mod_ecosystemeconomics.php on line 12

Retail


Strict Standards: Only variables should be assigned by reference in /home/entrep13/public_html/modules/mod_ecosystemeconomics/mod_ecosystemeconomics.php on line 12

Smart Cities and Transportation


Strict Standards: Only variables should be assigned by reference in /home/entrep13/public_html/modules/mod_ecosystemeconomics/mod_ecosystemeconomics.php on line 12

Main Top Meta Mod next to Case Studies United Kingdom

Retail


Strict Standards: Only variables should be assigned by reference in /home/entrep13/public_html/modules/mod_ecosystemeconomics/mod_ecosystemeconomics.php on line 12

Share this page

Finland’s Senseg raises $6million for its innovative 'Feelscreen' technology

EntrepreneurCountry Global Wednesday, 14 May 2014.

Building on the technological foundations laid by the likes of BlackBerry and Nokia, Senseg - the latest in a long line of disruptive Finnish startups - is aiming to revolutionise the way we interact with our smartphones and tablets. Following on from a successful $6million fundraise led by NXP Semiconductors, Senseg is ramping up the commercialisation of its "Feelscreen" haptics technology, which allows smart device users to "feel" different textures directly on their screen.

shutterstock 155089625Senseg has been developing this technology for years, but has yet to break into the mainstream, with major operators like Apple and Samsung still hawkishly looking for the right partner to unlock this new concept, having so far failed to develop their own alternative. The $6 million should give Senseg's management the ability to scale on the back of the right partners, and to operationalise their products. Led by experienced CEO Paul Costigan (a veteran of the semiconductor space), this innovative startup is in a perfect position to help these tech Goliaths to improve their mobile offerings and boost their market share. It has the IP, the knowledge and now the capital to become a world leader in the ever-changing haptics sphere, and with an experienced team behind the scenes, it has the potential to change the way we use our devices forever.

Of course, it may be some time before haptics is ready to enter the palm of our hands, but when it does, Senseg will be leading the pack.

Share this page

EntrepreneurCountry Global

EntrepreneurCountry Global

Enjoy reading this article? To join the EntrepreneurCountry Global community and receive our weekly newsletter, Register here 

 

Leave a comment

You are commenting as guest.

ecglobal-mobil-final

finland