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NANOIDENT AG joined the Organic Electronics Association (OEA)

Linz, Austria | August 24, 2005

The nanotechnology company NANOIDENT AG has joined the VDMA - Organic Electronics Association (OEA). NANOIDENT is the world’s first company specialized in the development and production of organic semiconductor-based photonic sensors. As NANOIDENT CEO Klaus Schroeter comments, “The OEA is Europe’s largest association of manufacturers, potential customers and partners in the organic semiconductor industry – a network that offers us plenty of excellent opportunities to rapidly expand our current market position.” OEA Managing Director Dr. Klaus Hecker adds, “NANOIDENT’s accession to OEA is a great boost to our efforts to establish the association as a leading platform for the fast-growing European organic semiconductor industry.”

A European network of expertise
About 50 leading European companies and research institutes working in the field of organic electronics, including Covion, Degussa, MAN Roland, Merck, NANOIDENT, PolyIC and Siemens, have joined the Organic Electronics Association (OEA). Target is to build up a competitive infrastructure for the production of plastic electronics in Europe. The Organic Electronics Association (OEA) is a working group within the German Engineering Federation VDMA. Nearly 3,000 member companies from the capital goods industry make VDMA the largest industry association in Europe. The OEA expands the activities of VDMA in the field of new technologies such as flat panel displays, productronics and micro technologies (www.oe-a.org).

NANOIDENT AG at Plastic Electronics Conference, October 4/5 2005
At the Plastic Electronics Conference & Showcase, which takes place on October 4/5 2005 in Frankfurt, NANOIDENT AG will present their sensor technology platform for organic photonic sensors to an international specialist audience. Plastic Electronics Conference, in 2005 featuring Showcase for the first time, is seen as the world’s leading market place for manufacturers, industrial customers, research institutes and investors in the organic electronics sector (http://www.plastic-electronics.de). VDMA - Organic Electronics Association (OEA) is a co-operation partner of the conference & showcase. NANOIDENT CTO Franz Padinger: “At Plastic Electronics Conference, NANOIDENT will also introduce the world’s first highresolution, organic semiconductor-based photonic sensor for high-volume industrial applications – a significant milestone in marketing organic semiconductors.“ The 256-pixel sensor, with 50 x 50 ìm pixel size and 250 dpi resolution, sets the new global benchmark for organic photonic sensors.

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About NANOIDENT AG:
NANOIDENT is the leading nanotechnology company in the area of organic photonic sensors. The company develops and produces photonic sensors based on organic semiconductors for market segments with high growth potential, such as security technology and life science technology. NANOIDENT has succeeded in winning the world’s leading scientists and experts in organic photo physics as shareholders, collaborators and consultants, building unique know-how concerning nanotechnology-based organic semiconductors and production processes. NANOIDENT’s integration in international networks of expertise of the global leading research centers ensures access to latest research results in the area of organic semiconductor technology. In the context of technology partnerships with innovative industrial firms NANOIDENT develops trend-setting sensor solutions for high-volume market segments.

For more information, please visit www.nanoident.com

Press Contacts:
Klaus G. Schroeter
NANOIDENT Technologies AG
Untere Donaulaende 21-25
A-4020 Linz
Tel: +43 732 9010 2200
press@nanoident.com

Christian Zillich
Christian Zillich Consulting
Postfach 330141
D-14171 Berlin
Tel: +49 30 895 38 50
www.czc-berlin.de

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