JonDeTech in international media:

Electronic Specifier, July 30, 2019:
Developing a customised IR sensor
The IR sensor manufacturer JonDeTech has received an inquiry from a global CE producer about the possibility to further develop into a customised version of JonDeTech’s IR sensor. The target application shall be detecting presence and temperature in a product aimed for the consumer market. Read more here

Instrumentation.co.uk: July 16, 2019:
Developing a customised IR sensor
The IR sensor manufacturer JonDeTech has received an inquiry from a global CE producer about the possibility to further develop into a customised version of JonDeTech’s IR sensor. The target application shall be detecting presence and temperature in a product aimed for the consumer market. Read more here.

Electronic Specifier, June 20, 2019:
IR sensor company receive first order from Shortlink
JonDeTech Sensors has received its first order from ShortLink. The order relates to presence detection in a dispensing system and is a first result of the cooperation agreement signed last fall regarding future development of new products based on sensor technology. Read more here.

Instrumentation.co.uk, June 19, 2019:
Swedish IR sensor company JonDeTech to have the first order from Shortlink
The IR sensor manufacturer, JonDeTech Sensors, has received its first order from ShortLink. The order relates to presence detection in a dispensing system and is a first result of the cooperation agreement signed last fall regarding future development of new products based on sensor technology. Read more here.

Instrumentation.co.uk, June 13, 2019:
JonDeTech has verified the process for high volume production of its sensors
JonDeTech is now finished with the task of industrialising several process steps in the manufacture of the company’s IR sensors. Thanks to the developed process, JonDeTech can produce about seven million sensors per year with the help of the current third-party supplier. Read more here.

Printed Electronics Mow, April 26, 2019:
Per Lindeberg New CEO at Swedish IR Sensor Company JonDeTech
Replacing Leif Borg, who has been interim CEO since January 2019.
Read more here.

Instrumentation, April 26, 2019:
Per Lindeberg new CEO at Swedish IR sensor company JonDeTech
Per Lindeberg is the new CEO of JonDeTech effective 13 May 2019, replacing Leif Borg who has been interim CEO since January 2019. “With a long experience from leading international positions in technology companies, Per will become a very important part of JonDeTech’s expansion on the international market,” said JonDeTech’s Chairman of the Board, Michael Olsson. Read more here.

Automated Buildings, April 18, 2019:
How new sensor technology opens up for smarter presence detection
The solution is a small, inexpensive, battery-powered and IoT-caged sensor that will also be able to be connected very quickly with the help of the upcoming 5G networks. Read more here.

Africa Business, April 15, 2019:
How new sensor technology opens up for smarter presence detection
New sensor technology can bring about new and more efficient presence detection in, for example, the construction and real estate sector. The solution is a small, inexpensive, battery-powered and IoT-caged sensor that will also be able to be connected very quickly with the help of the upcoming 5G networks. Anders Jansson, CTO at the Swedish IR sensor company JonDeTech, explains how. Read more here.

RFID Journal, April 14, 2019:
New Sensor Technology Can Allow for Smarter Presence Detection
Small, inexpensive, battery-powered and IoT-caged sensors can be quickly connected with the help of 5G networks to bring about new and more efficient presence detection in, for example, the construction and real-estate sectors. Read more here.

Engineering News, April 09, 2019:
How new sensor technology opens up for smarter presence detection
New sensor technology can bring about new and more efficient presence detection in, for example, the construction and real estate sector. The solution is a small, inexpensive, battery-powered and IoT-caged sensor that will also be able to be connected very quickly with the help of the upcoming 5G networks. Anders Jansson, CTO at the Swedish IR sensor company JonDeTech, explains how. Read more here.

IoT Business News, April 09, 2019:
How new sensor technology opens up for smarter presence detection
New sensor technology can bring about new and more efficient presence detection in, for example, the construction and real estate sector. Read more here.

New Equipment, January 18, 2019:
IR Sensor Eliminates Potential Fire Hazards
Industry expert Niklas Kvist explains how a new IR sensor can be the solution to potential fire hazards. Read more here.

IT Online ZA, January 7, 2019:
Electronics trends to look out for in 2019
Intelligence of Things, 5G, smart clothes and sensors connected to IoT solutions. These are some of the trends that will grow stronger in 2019. Niklas Kvist, head of engineering at Swedish sensor manufacturer JonDeTech explains how and why. Read more here.

IT News Africa, January 6, 2019:
Top electronics trends for 2019
Intelligence of Things, 5G, smart clothes and sensors connected to IoT solutions. These are some of the trends that will grow stronger in 2019. Niklas Kvist, Head of Engineering at Swedish sensor manufacturer JonDeTech explains how and why. Read more here.

Electronic Specifier, January 3, 2019:
Expected electronics trends in 2019
Intelligence of Things, 5G, smart clothes and sensors connected to IoT solutions. These are some of the trends that will grow stronger in 2019. Technological trends coming up in 2019 may be more exciting than ever and we are facing a variety of breakthroughs in the coming year. Here, Niklas Kvist, Head of Engineering at Swedish sensor manufacturer JonDeTech explains how and why. Read more here.

Instrumentation, January 3, 2019:
New CEO at IR sensor company JonDeTech
Leif Borg who is currently Production Manager for JonDeTech becomes interim CEO effective January 7, when current CEO Robert Ekström is leaving the company for another assignment. “Since we are now entering a high-volume phase and are facing an international expansion, we are also doing a reorganisation,” says JonDeTech’s chairman of the Board, Michael Olsson. Read more here.

Electronics Products & Technology, December 31, 2018:
Electronics trends heading into 2019
Intelligence of Things, 5G, smart clothes and sensors connected to IoT solutions. These are some of the trends that will grow stronger in 2019. Niklas Kvist, Head of Engineering at Swedish sensor manufacturer JonDeTech explains how and why. Read more here.

IT News Africa, December 23, 2018:
New IR sensor can eliminate one of the biggest potential fire hazards this Christmas
Overheating problem for battery chargers has become an increasingly common safety issue – not the least around Christmas – causing fires at home at personal risk and dire costs for private persons as well as insurance companies. Industry expert Niklas Kvist explains how a new IR sensor can be the solution to one of Christmas potential fire hazards. Read more here.

The African Monitor, December 23, 2018:
New IR sensor can eliminate one of the biggest potential fire hazards this Christmas
Overheating drawback for battery chargers has develop into an more and more frequent security concern – not the least round Christmas – inflicting fires at house at private threat and dire prices for personal individuals in addition to insurance coverage corporations. Trade knowledgeable Niklas Kvist explains how a brand new IR sensor might be the answer to certainly one of Christmas potential fireplace hazards. Read more here.

Sensor Mag, December 19, 2018:
What Electronics Technologies Wag Their Tails In 2019?
Well, try as we will, I guess we can’t avoid the avalanche of predictions and resolutions for the new year. That being the case, perhaps we should look at a few and you can judge for yourself if they will hold water or leak like a lacerated bladder. Read more here.

Semi Conductor Forum, December 19, 2018:
ELECTRONICS TRENDS 2019
Intelligence of Things, 5G, smart clothes and sensors connected to IoT solutions. These are some of the trends that will grow stronger in 2019. Niklas Kvist, Head of Engineering at Swedish sensor manufacturer JonDeTech explains how and why. Read more here.

IT-Retail, December 19, 2018:
Elektroniktrender 2019
Intelligence of Things, 5G, smarta kläder och sensorer kopplade till IoT-lösningar.
Det är några av trenderna som kommer att växa sig starkare under 2019. Niklas Kvist, Head of Engineering på sensortillverkaren JonDeTech förklarar hur och varför. Read more here.

Biz Community, December 19, 2018:
Electronics trends to watch out for in 2019
Intelligence of Things, 5G, smart clothes and sensors connected to IoT solutions. These are some of the trends that will grow stronger in 2019. Niklas Kvist, head of engineering, at Swedish sensor manufacturer, JonDeTech, explains how and why. Read more here.

IoT Business News, December 18, 2018:
Electronics trends 2019
Intelligence of Things, 5G, smart clothes and sensors connected to IoT solutions. These are some of the trends that will grow stronger in 2019. Niklas Kvist, Head of Engineering at Swedish sensor manufacturer JonDeTech explains how and why. Read more here.

Africa Business ICT, December 18, 2018:
New IR sensor based on nanotechnology can eliminate one of Christmas biggest potential fire hazards
Overheating problem for battery chargers has become an increasingly common safety issue – not the least around Christmas – causing fires at home at personal risk and dire costs for private persons as well as insurance companies. Industry expert Niklas Kvist explains how a new IR sensor can be the solution to one of Christmas potential fire hazards. Read more here.

Korea IT Times, December 15, 2018:
New IR sensor based on nanotechnology can eliminate one of Christmas biggest potential fire hazards
Overheating problem for battery chargers has become an increasingly common safety issue – not the least around Christmas – causing fires at home at personal risk and dire costs for private persons as well as insurance companies. Industry expert Niklas Kvist explains how a new IR sensor can be the solution to one of Christmas potential fire hazards. Read more here.

Instrumentation UK, December 15, 2018:
New IR sensor based on nanotechnology can eliminate one of Christmas biggest potential fire hazards
Overheating problem for battery chargers has become an increasingly common safety issue – not the least around Christmas – causing fires at home at personal risk and dire costs for private persons as well as insurance companies. Industry expert Niklas Kvist, JonDeTech, explains how a new IR sensor can be the solution to one of Christmas potential fire hazards. Read more here.

PowerMag, December 12, 2018:
Electronics trends 2019
Technological trends coming up in 2019 may be more exciting than ever and we are facing a variety of breakthroughs in the coming year. Read more here.

Evertiq, December 12, 2018:
JonDeTech i kommersiellt samarbetsavtal med Shortlink
IR-sensorbolaget JonDeTech Sensors AB har tecknat ett kommersiellt samarbetsavtal med ShortLink AB, i syfte att samarbeta kring framtida utveckling av nya produkter där sensorteknik används. Read more here.

Instrumentation UK, December 12, 2018:
Sensor company JonDeTech signs a commercial cooperation agreement with ShortLink
The manufacturer of the world’s smallest IR sensor, JonDeTech, has signed a commercial cooperation agreement with ShortLink with the intention of collaborating on future development of new products using sensor technology. ShortLink specialises in the development of low-power electronics for wireless communication and portable products. Read more here.

IT News Africa, December 12, 2018:
JonDeTech appoints new CFO
IR sensor manufacturer, JonDeTech, has appointed Anders Stensson as the company’s new CFO. Anders Stensson has extensive experience in finance and project management from companies within the fields of IT, electronics and Tech, including as CFO for the heat sensors company Flir. Read more here.

Korea IT Times, December 12, 2018:
JonDeTech signs a commercial cooperation agreement with ShortLink
The manufacturer of the world’s smallest IR sensor, JonDeTech Sensors AB (publ) (”JonDeTech”), has signed a commercial cooperation agreement with ShortLink AB (”ShortLink”), with the intention of collaborating on future development of new products using sensor technology, announced on December 11. ShortLink specializes in the development of low-power electronics for wireless communication and portable products. Read more here.

Verkstäderna, December 11, 2018:
Byter CFO och trappar upp till högvolym
IR-sensortillverkaren JonDeTech expanderar och anställer Anders Stensson som ny CFO. Read more here.

Evertiq, December 11, 2018:
JonDeTech utser ny CFO
IR-sensorbolaget JonDeTech förbereder sig för att gå in en högvolymfas och har därför utsett en ny CFO, Anders Stensson. Read more here.

Processing Image, December 11, 2018:
Sensor company JonDeTech appoints production manager
JonDeTech appointed Leif Borg as product manager for the company to lead daily operations. Borg has worked as a production manager and business developer at Astra Zeneca, Crane Currency and Eberspächer. JonDeTech produces small, thin sensors for customers who develop applications in consumer electronics and the Internet of Things. Read more here.

Evertiq, November 16, 2018:
IR-sensorbolaget JonDeTech tillsätter en produktionschef
JonDeTech har utsett Leif Borg som produktionschef, en nyinrättad tjänst, för bolaget för att leda det dagliga operativa arbetet. Read more here.

Instrumentation Monthly, November 16, 2018:
JonDeTech has appointed Leif Borg as product manager for the company to lead daily operations
“The position is completely refurbished and Leif will work to systematically handle our everyday issues as we approach a full commercialisation phase”, says Robert Ekström, CEO of JonDeTech. Read more here.

IDG, November 16, 2018:
Ska leda produktion i miniatyr
Svenska ir-sensorbolaget Jondetech tar in Leif Borg som produktionschef för att leda det dagliga operativa arbetet. Han har tidigare arbetat som såväl fabriks- och produktionschef och verksamhetsutvecklare på företag som Astra Zeneca, Crane Currency och Eberspächer. Read more here.

IT-Kanalen, November 15, 2018:
Därför är det dags för IR-sensor 2.0
Dagens IR-sensor som vi känner den har mer än 50 år på nacken. Det är en gammal teknik som behöver uppdateras. Därför är det nu dags för nästa generations IR-sensor 2.0 för IoT som är mycket tunnare än gamla sensorer och billigare att tillverka, det menar JonDeTechs VD Robert Ekström. Read more here.

Electronic Specifier, November 2, 2018:
It is High Time for IR Sensor 2.0 – And This Is Why
The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. But the technology is 50 years old and in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture. Read more here.

Chips N’ Wafers, October 20, 2018:
JonDeTech’s IR Sensor Design Win With Presence Detection Product
JonDeTech’s IR Sensors used in presence detection product will mainly focus on applications based on consumer electronics and the Internet of Things. Read more here.

Elektroniktidningen, October 19, 2018:
Jondetech får skjuts med Shortlink
Shortlink ska använda den ir-sensor som Jondetech utvecklat för att detektera närvaro i en framtida konsumentprodukt. Planen är att produkten ska lanseras under första halvan av nästa år, i första hand i Europa. Read more here.

Climate Control Middle East, October 18, 2018:
New IR sensor to contribute to energy efficiency and fire safety
The size and price of sensors are key determining factors in their use and application, says CEO, JonDeTech.
Read more here

El i Norden, October 18, 2018:
Svensk teknik detekterar närvaro
Shortlink använder en detektor från JonDeTech i en konsumentprodukt som känner av närvaro. Read more here.

Evertiq, October 18, 2018:
JonDeTechs IR-sensor tar plats i närvarodetektion
Företaget ShortLink AB har valt att använda JonDeTech Sensors AB:s IR-sensor i en egenutvecklad produkt för närvarodetektion. Read more here.

Expat Emirates, October 7, 2018:
How IR sensor 2.0 will improve IoT technology
The following technology IR sensor 2.zero shall be extra versatile, a lot thinner and less expensive to fabricate than previous sensors. This opens up for a large development and extra spaces of use inside of IoT. Read more here.

SENSORS ONLINE, October 4, 2018:
It’s High Time For IR Sensor 2.0
The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. But the technology is 50 years old and in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture. Read more here.

IOT NOW TRANSPORT, October 4, 2018:
How IR sensor 2.0 will improve IoT technology
The next generation IR sensor 2.0 will be more flexible, much thinner and cheaper to manufacture than old sensors. This opens up for a big improvement and more areas of use within IoT. Read more here.

ELECTRONICSMAKER.COM, September 24, 2018:
It is high time for IR sensor 2.0 – and this is why
The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. But the technology is 50 years old and in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture. Read more here.

ENTERPRISE IOT INSIGHTS, September 24, 2018:
It is high time for IR sensor 2.0 – and this is why 
The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. But the technology is 50 years old and in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture. Read more here.

RUGGED PC REVIEW,  September 24, 2018:
It is high time for IR sensor 2.0 – and this is why
The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. But the technology is 50 years old and in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture. Read more here.

NEW EQUIPMENT DIGEST, September 24, 2018:
It is high time for IR sensor 2.0 – and this is why
The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. However, the technology is 50 years old and is in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture. Read more here.

AFRICA BUSINESS.COM, September 24, 2018: 
Next generation of IR sensor is required
The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. But the technology is 50 years old and in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture. Read more here.

CHIPS N’ WAFERS.COM, September 22, 2018:
It is High Time for IR Sensor 2.0 – and This is Why!
The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. But the technology is 50 years old and in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture. Read more here.

KOREA IT TIMES, September 20, 2018:
The new IR sensor 2.0 link up with digital connected world
The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. But the technology is 50 years old and in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture. Read more here.

IOT NEWS, September 19, 2018:
It is high time for IR sensor 2.0 – driven by the IoT
The IR sensor is a crucial component in many everyday products, ranging from medical equipment to mobile phones. But the technology is 50 years old and in serious need of an upgrade. The next generation IR sensor 2.0 for IoT will be much thinner than old sensors and cheaper to manufacture. Read more here.

KOREA IT TIMES, September 15, 2018: 
Interview with Robert Ekström, CEO of JonDeTech: New IR sensor 2.0 based on nanotechnology
JonDeTech try to make the world a better place with a nano-based IR sensor in plastic. With a new type of IR sensor based on nanotechnology, Swedish JonDeTech plan to launch the concept of IR sensor 2.0. With this new type of sensor the company foresees a whole new range of applications and great opportunities to make the world simpler and more sustainable. Read more here.

IT-Finans, May 29, 2018:
IR-sensorutvecklaren JonDeTech ringde i börsklockan
JonDeTech, den svenska tillverkaren av en av världens minsta IR-sensorer, har nyligen genomfört en nyemission inför notering på Nasdaq First North. Read more here.

Dagens Industri, May 28, 2017:
Pytteliten IR-sensor tar in 50 miljoner kronor
Jondetech tar in 50 miljoner kronor. Bolagets IR-sensor kommer bland annat kunna göra din mobiltelefon till en termometer och användas i smarta plåster för att hålla koll på småbarns febertoppar. Read more here.

Electronic Specifier, May 28, 2018:
Swedish sensor developer rings opening bell for Nasdaq Stockholm
On the 25th May the CEO and employees of JonDeTech Sensors were present at Nasdaq Stockholm, to ring the stock exchange’s opening bell and start the trading in the company’s shares at Nasdaq First North. The share will be traded under the ticker symbol JDT. Read more here.

KOREA IT TIMES, May 26, 2018:
Swedish IR sensor developer JonDeTech rings opening bell for Nasdaq Stockholm
Today at 9:00 AM the CEO and employees of JonDeTech Sensors AB (publ), (JonDeTech), were present at Nasdaq Stockholm, to ring the stock exchange’s opening bell and start the trading in the company’s shares at Nasdaq First North. The share will be traded under the ticker symbol JDT. Read more here.

Instrumentation Monthly, May 25, 2018:
Swedish IR sensor developer JonDeTech rings opening bell for Nasdaq Stockholm
Today at 9:00 AM the CEO and employees of JonDeTech Sensors were present at Nasdaq Stockholm to ring the stock exchange’s opening bell and start the trading in the company’s shares at Nasdaq First North. The share will be traded under the ticker symbol JDT. Read more here.

Evertiq, May 25, 2018:
IR-sensorföretaget JonDeTech ringer in notering på börsen
I dag var JonDeTech Sensors AB på plats hos Nasdaq i Stockholm för att ringa i börsklockan och starta handeln i bolagets aktier på First North-listan. Read more here.

Affärsvärlden, May 22, 2018:
Då listas Jondetech
Jondetech Sensors har fått klartecken från Nasdaq för listning av bolagets aktie på First North. Godkännandet är villkorat av att sedvanliga krav uppfylls. Read more here.

Photonics Media, May 22, 2018:
Lodenius Joins JonDeTech Board
Johan Lodenius is the newest member of IR sensor developer JonDeTech Sensors AB’s board of directors.
Lodenius has more than 20 years of leadership experience in global telecommunication and semiconductor corporations. “Mr. Lodenius’ international experience is invaluable for us in our future global commercialization,” said Robert Ekström, CEO of JonDeTech. Read more here.

Evertiq, May 16, 2018:
JonDeTech tecknar full nyemission – får 30 miljoner
Teckningstiden i IR-sensorutvecklarens JonDeTechs nyemission avslutades 14 maj och tillförde företaget 30 miljoner kronor, före emissionskostnader. Read more here.

Electronic Specifier, May 15, 2018:
Overheating alarm integrates super thin IR sensor
Manufacturer of the world’s smallest IR sensor, JonDeTech has gained a design win with the Norwegian company, FireNanny which aims to integrate JonDeTech’s sensor into FireNanny’s overheating alarm. Read more here.

Electronics Maker, May 10, 2018:
Design win for Swedish JonDeTech: Life essential overheat protection for battery charger new application area for JonDeTech’s super-thin IR sensor
The manufacturer of the world’s smallest IR sensor, JonDeTech Sensors AB, has gained a so-called design win with the newly started Norwegian innovation company FireNanny AS, which aims to integrate JonDeTech’s sensor into FireNanny’s overheating alarm. “The application area is important and up-to-date and we think it can become very big,” says JonDeTech CEO Robert Ekström. Read more here.

Dagens Industri, May 09, 2018:
Designvinst för JonDeTech: Livsviktiga överhettningsskydd av batteriladdare aktuellt applikationsområde för JonDeTechs supertunna IR-sensor
Tillverkaren av världens minsta IR-sensor, JonDeTech Sensors AB (publ) (“JonDeTech”), har fått en så kallad designvinst med det norska nystartartade innovationsföretaget FireNanny AS (“FireNanny”), där avsikten är att JonDeTechs sensor ska integreras i FireNannys överhettningslarm. “Applikations- området är viktigt och aktuellt och vi tror det kan bli mycket stort”, säger JonDeTechs VD Robert Ekström. JonDeTech berättar nu mer om detta projekt. Read more here.

Evertiq, May 09, 2018:
JonDeTech får designvinst med norska FireNanny AS
Den svenska tillverkaren av IR-sensorer, JonDeTech Sensors AB, ska integrera sin sensor i FireNannys överhettningslarm. Read more here.

EE News, May 03, 2018:
Swedish IR sensor firm appoints Qualcomm veteran to board
Johan Lodenius, a pioneer of single-chip application processors for mobile phones with Qualcomm and MediaTek has been appointed to the board of JonDeTech Sensors AB. Read more here.

Evertiq, April 30, 2018:
JonDeTech säkrar 20 miljoner kronor i emission
Den svenska tillverkaren av en av världens minsta IR-sensorer, JonDeTech, har offentliggjort prospekt inför den planerade börsnoteringen. Read more here.

IT-Finans, April 24, 2018:
Börsaktuella JonDeTech värvar halvledarexperten Johan Lodenius till sin styrelse – skall hjälpa företaget erövra världsmarknaden för IR-sensorer
Med över 20 års erfarenhet från ledande positioner inom globala telekom- och halvledarjättar som Qualcomm och Mediatek, var han med och förändrade marknaden för hur mobiler byggs och standarder sätts. Read more here.

Telecom Paper, April 24, 2018:
Infra-red sensor maker JonDeTech appoints Qualcomm, Mediatek veteran Lodenius to board
JonDeTech, a Swedish company that makes very thin infra-red (IR) sensors, said the Johan Lodenius has joined its board. Lodenius has more than 20 years of leadership experience at corporations such as Qualcomm and Mediatek and was instrumental in changing the way mobile phones are designed, said JonDeTech. Read more here.

Electroiq, April 24, 2018:
Semiconductor expert Johan Lodenius enters the Board of disruptive Swedish IR sensor developer JonDeTech
Johan Lodenius is joining the Board of JonDeTech, a Swedish company that develops and markets IR sensor technology based on nanotechnology aimed at consumer electronics and mobile phone mass markets. Mr. Lodenius is former Senior Vice President Marketing and Product Management of the American semiconductor and telecom corporation Qualcomm, a position in which he defined the company’s hugely successful strategy of marketing turn-key chip and software solutions to other cellphone manufacturers, one of the world’s most profitable services today. Read more here.

Evertiq, April 23, 2018:
JonDeTech värvar halvledarexpert till företagets styrelse
Johan Lodenius har över 20 års erfarenhet från ledande positioner hos bland annat Qualcomm och Mediatek, några av världens största halvledarbolag. Read more here.

Elektroniktidningen, April 19, 2018:
IR-sensor till börsen
Tryckknapp, närvarosensor, överhettningsskydd, temperaturmätare och brandvarnare. Det är några möjliga tillämpningar för Jondetechs tunna och billiga IR-sensor. Företaget noteras nu på Nasdaq First North och passar samtidigt på att ta in 30 miljoner kronor. Read more here.

Dagens Industri, April 19, 2018:
Sensorbolaget Jondetech vill ta in 30 miljoner och noteras på First North
IR-sensorbolaget Jondetech planerar en notering på Nasdaq First North under det andra kvartalet. I samband med det ska en nyemission på upp emot 30 miljoner kronor genomföras, enligt ett pressmeddelande. I mars förra året tog Jondetech in 48 miljoner kronor från en grupp investerare. Read more here.

Veckans Affärer, April 19, 2018:
JonDeTech vill ta in upp emot 30 miljoner kronor inför notering på First North
IR-sensorbolaget JonDeTech planerar en notering på Nasdaq First North under det andra kvartalet. I samband med det ska en nyemission på upp emot 30 miljoner kronor genomföras. Read more here.

Evertiq, April 19, 2018:
Sensorutvecklaren JonDeTech siktar på börsnotering
JonDeTech vill notera företagets aktier på Nasdaq First North Stockholm under andra kvartalet i år, och vill i samband med det även genomföra en nyemission. Read more here.

Dagens Industri, April 19, 2018:
Sensorbolaget Jondetech vill ta in 30 miljoner och noteras på First North
IR-sensorbolaget Jondetech planerar en notering på Nasdaq First North under det andra kvartalet. I samband med det ska en nyemission på upp emot 30 miljoner kronor genomföras, enligt ett pressmeddelande. I mars förra året tog Jondetech in 48 miljoner kronor från en grupp investerare. Read more here.

Börsvärlden, April 18, 2018:
JonDeTech vill ta in upp emot 30 miljoner kronor inför notering på First North
IR-sensorbolaget JonDeTech planerar en notering på Nasdaq First North under det andra kvartalet. I samband med det ska en nyemission på upp emot 30 miljoner kronor genomföras, enligt ett pressmeddelande. Read more.

Solid State Technology, April 19, 2018:
Semiconductor expert Johan Lodenius enters the Board of disruptive Swedish IR sensor developer JonDeTech
Johan Lodenius is joining the Board of JonDeTech, a Swedish company that develops and markets IR sensor technology based on nanotechnology aimed at consumer electronics and mobile phone mass markets. Mr. Lodenius is former Senior Vice President Marketing and Product Management of the American semiconductor and telecom corporation Qualcomm, a position in which he defined the company’s hugely successful strategy of marketing turn-key chip and software solutions to other cellphone manufacturers, one of the world’s most profitable services today. Read more here

El i Norden, March 28, 2018:
50 miljoner till JonDeTech
Svenska innovationsföretaget JonDeTech har nu tagit in 50 miljoner kronor i en nyemission, via investmentbolaget Pareto Securities. Företaget utvecklat världens tunnaste IR-sensor. Det emitterade kapitalet möjliggör fortsatt teknikutveckling, nyanställningar och internationell expansion. Read more here.

Metal Supply, January 18, 2018:
JonDeTech utser ny finanschef
Teknikföretaget med pyttelilla sensorn för mobilen väljer att anställa Per Ersson. Read more here.

Verkstäderna, January 18, 2018
JonDeTech utser ny finanschef
Teknikföretaget med pyttelilla sensorn för mobilen väljer att anställa Per Ersson. Read more here.

Verkstadsforum, January 17, 2018:
EXPANSIV SENSORTEKNOLOGI: JonDeTech anställer ny CFO
JonDeTech heter ett svenskt bolag som utvecklar IR-sensorteknologi. Bolaget meddelade idag att man, ”expanderar med Per Ersson som ny CFO”. Han var tidigare CFO på West International och kommer i sin nya position att ha det övergripande ansvaret för det strategiska budgetarbetet och andra finansiella frågor som rör utvecklingen av företaget. Han tillträdde sin nya tjänst 8 januari 2018. Read more here.

Breakit, March 28, 2017:
Jondetech bygger sensor i miniformat – tar in 50 miljoner kronor
Jondetech har byggt en ir-sensor som är så liten att den ska kunna användas som febertermometer i smarta plåster. Nu tar bolaget in 50 miljoner. Read more here.

IT-Kanalen, November 23, 2016:
Ny svensk teknikinnovation redo för marknaden
Nu är nästa stora svenska teknikinnovation redo för marknaden. Svenska JonDeTech har utvecklat nästa generations IR-sensor, en sensor som är världens tunnaste och kan produceras till låg kostnad i stora volymer. Read more here.

Computer Sweden, November 11, 2016:
Lämnade lagringsjätten – EMC-profilen börjar om i pytteliten skala
EMC:s tidigare Nordenchef Robert Ekström har sadlat om. Istället för att kränga dyra och avancerade lagringssystem är det numera minimal svensk hårdvara som gäller. Read more here.