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JonDeTech and OFILM signs a development agreement regarding a module for measuring body temperature with a mobile phone - High interest in Asia as a result of Covid-19

This is the second project that JonDeTech and Chinese OFILM are working on together, and the development agreement concerns a module to enable measurement of body temperature using the mobile phone. The module is based on JonDeTech's calibrated sensor element that allows the measurement of skin temperature with the required accuracy. In the first stage, the module will be offered as a mobile accessory, and in the long term, the ambition is that it can be implemented directly into the mobile phone. The development work keeps a high pace, driven by the great interest that exists from the market players in the wake of the ongoing corona pandemic.

OFILM is a leading supplier of high-tech components, and modules found, among other things in smartphones, laptops, tablets, and other consumer electronics products in the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart homes.

In February, OFILM and JonDeTech received requests from several OEMs regarding measuring temperature with a mobile phone. This initiated a high-priority project based on JonDeTech's solution for measuring body temperature. The temperature range for measurement with the application is between -20 and +80 degrees Celsius. The current sensor is calibrated to measure the temperature range of around 35-39 degrees with extra sensitivity, with a required accuracy of ± 0.3 degrees to be used for taking the fever on the forehead.

- It has always been a goal of ours to find our way into applications adapted for the mobile market. Hopefully, our temperature application can make a positive contribution to limiting and stopping the ongoing pandemic. This project shows the strength of both having a close relationship with one of the most important players in our ecosystem and having an organization that can rise to the occasion when needed, says Per Lindeberg, CEO JonDeTech.

The mobile accessory will use Bluetooth to connect to mobile phones and will use a downloadable application as a control. The goal is that the second generation will be integrated directly into the phone.

- The first inquiries on developing a module for measuring body temperature with the mobile phone came from our customers as late as in February. We immediately realized that JonDeTech's sensor element would be perfect in such a product. The fact that we already can go public with our collaboration is a true testament to how well our organizations have found each other despite the distance and travel restrictions., says Stark Guan, CEO OFILM Bio-Identification Technology.

This information is information that JonDeTech is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out below, at 09.30 am CEST on 25 May 2020.

For further information, please contact:

Per Lindeberg, CEO JonDeTech, Phone: +46 73 870 00 00, Email:

Stark Guan, CEO OFILM Bio-Identification Technology, tel: +86 136 0250 0575 mail:


OFILM Group Co., Ltd (OFILM), established in 2002, was listed in Shenzhen Stock Market Exchange in 2010 with stock code 002456. The primary business areas of OFILM consist of camera modules, fingerprint modules, touch panels (including full lamination), and automotive. The products are being used in smartphones, tablets, smart vehicles, wearables, etc. in consumer electronics and smart automotive. For more information:

About JonDeTech JonDeTech is a Swedish company that develops, and markets patented IR sensor technology based on nanotechnology. The company's IR sensors are down to one-tenth as thick as conventional sensors, built in plastic and can be manufactured in high volumes at a low cost, which opens for a variety of applications in, among other things, consumer electronics and mobile phones. The company was founded in 2008 and is listed on Nasdaq First North Growth Market. Redeye is the company's Certified Adviser, +46-8-121 576 90,, Read more at or see how the IR sensor works at


JonDeTech Sensors AB (publ) and Varioprint AG, Heiden, Switzerland, have today signed a so-called term sheet, meaning that negotiations regarding a long-term collaboration regarding the development, production and distribution of JonDeTech's sensor elements will begin. The goal is to have reached a consensus by 30 June 2021 on issues concerning, among other things, forms of cooperation, financing, organization, volume targets and production units related to target markets.


To enable share-based commission to the underwriters in the rights issue carried out by JonDeTech Sensors AB (publ) ("JonDeTech" or the "Company"), the Company has issued 436,144 shares by way of a set-off issue. The set-off issue was registered with the Swedish Companies Registration Office on 16 October 2020.


On 28 August 2020, JonDeTech Sensors AB (publ) ("JonDeTech" or "the Company") published a prospectus for the fully underwritten rights issue of 3,634,560 shares with preferential rights for the Company's existing shareholders, resolved by the extraordinary general meeting on 10 August 2020 (the "Rights Issue"). The Rights Issue, in which the subscription period ended on 15 September 2020, was heavily oversubscribed and no underwriter undertakings will thus need to be utilised. The Rights Issue will provide the Company with approximately MSEK 36.3 before issue costs.


The prospectus relating to the rights issue in JonDeTech Sensors AB (publ) ("JonDeTech" or the "Company") of approximately a maximum of MSEK 36.3 before issue costs has today on 28 August 2020 been approved and registered by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority. The prospectus is available on the Company's website as well as on Hagberg & Aneborn's website


An extraordinary general meeting of JonDeTech Sensors AB (publ), reg. no. 556951-8532 (the "Company") will be held on Monday, 10 August 2020. Due to the current circumstances the general meeting will be held by way of a postal voting procedure, meaning that no shareholders will be participating at the general meeting in person or by proxy. Instead, shareholders may participate at the general meeting by voting and asking questions in advance in accordance with the instructions below.


JonDeTech Sensors AB (publ) ("JonDeTech" or the "Company") announces today that the board of directors has resolved to carry out a 100% underwritten rights issue of MSEK 36.45 as well as to carry out a directed share issue of MSEK 18.45. Both share issues are carried out at a subscription price of SEK 10.00 per share. The rights issue requires approval by an extraordinary general meeting, which is planned to be held on 10 August 2020.


This is the third project that JonDeTech and Chinese OFILM are working on together. The collaboration has already been initiated and the development agreement concerns a module to detect presence in laptops - a cornerstone in Intel's innovation program Project Athena. Turning off power-intensive functions when no one is in front of the computer reduces energy consumption and increases battery life.



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