ISKN, now AMI, embarks on ambitious new strategy

Categorie(s) : Industry, News

Published : 6 April 2020

ISKN changed its name to AMI at the end of last year. And the name is not the only thing that is new. The startup, founded in 2014 to develop an augmented interaction technology invented by Leti, is also rolling out an ambitious new strategy. Moving forward, the company will aim to make the technology a standard and, in the process, make it available to high-tech and traditional (toys, stationery, etc.) markets navigating the transition to digital products. AMI also announced that it has set up an augmented interaction alliance that counts Leti, STMicroelectronics, Paragon ID, and Germany-based Rutronik among its members.

The scope of the alliance will position AMI to make augmented interaction a flagship European technology. At the same time, the company will continue to develop and commercialize its own products.




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