Neonode

The company develops, manufactures and sells advanced sensor modules based on its patented optical reflective technology. Neonode also develops and licenses user interfaces and optical interactive touch solutions based on its patented optical blocking technology.

Neonode works closely with many of the world’s best-known Fortune 500 companies including 2 out of the world’s top 3 printer manufacturers. Neonode sensor modules enable Touch Interaction, Mid-Air Interaction and Object Sensing.

Neonode technology is ideal for integration in a wide range of applications within Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Medical, Robotics and other markets.

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Sensor Modules Touchscreen Solutions

NEONODE ENTERS CENTRAL EUROPEAN MARKET WITH HY-LINE

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, July 2, 2020 — Neonode Inc. (NASDAQ: NEON), is pleased to announce it has signed a distributor agreement with HY-LINE Computer Components GmbH to promote and sell Neonode’s sensor products in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, the Netherlands and Belgium. Neonode and HY-LINE started discussions during 2019 and have now formalized the partnership.

NEONODE TOUCH SENSOR MODULES SELECTED FOR TOUCHLESS HOLOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS BY YESAR

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, June 22, 2020 — Neonode Inc. (NASDAQ: NEON), is pleased to announce that its touch sensor modules have been selected by Yesar Electronics Technology (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. (“Yesar”) for a range of products with holographic interfaces. Yesar is ramping production to deliver several thousand holographic elevator control panels in the second half of 2020.

NEONODE TOUCH SENSOR MODULES SELECTED FOR TOUCHLESS HOLOGRAPHIC ELEVATOR ROLLOUT IN CHINA BY EASPEED

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, June 18, 2020 — Neonode Inc. (NASDAQ: NEON), is pleased to announce that its touch sensor modules have been selected by Anhui Easpeed Technology Co. (“Easpeed”) to upgrade thousands of elevators in China with holographic button panels.

CONTACTLESS TOUCH – INTERACTION WITH IMAGES FLOATING IN-AIR

There is a need for long-term solutions to minimize the transfer of pathogens in public areas. When it comes to the public touchscreens found in self-service kiosks and checkout counters, or button interfaces in elevators and ATM machines, many would prefer to avoid touching the screens and buttons due to the risk of spreading pathogens residing on these surfaces.

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