UINT

Website: uint.fr

UINT is a start-up specialized in research and development and commercialization of flexible electronic board solutions that fit in a credit card format card and are autonomous (carrying its own energy). For more than fourteen years, UINT’s PhDs and engineers deploy their strong experience in research and development of electronics, security transactions and manufacturing of smart cards, mastering all the processes and life cycles of products from conception to manufacturing.

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