An Israeli Startup Raised $ 5 Million To Develop “Artificial Leather” For Devices

The CEO of Feelit added in response: “The combination of the latest nanotechnology we developed at Feelit and the expertise and market deployment of Henkel will allow a breakthrough into countless areas – both in industry and advanced production, but also in many other areas.”

Feelit stickers can adapt to the shape of pipes, machines and various components in the production line of factories. A special ink developed by Philit is printed on them. The ink becomes a kind of “artificial leather” for the equipment, and allows an understanding of the mechanical condition of the equipment, so you can know, for example, the condition of pipes in a production line, while they are active, without disabling them.

 

Read more about the new technology of Feelit and this round of founding in Geektime article.