Cambridge Touch Technologies
Cambridge Touch Technologies (CTT) was spun out of the University of Cambridge in 2012 to commercialize patented and AI-powered next-generation piezoelectric 3D multi-touch technology for smart devices such as smartphones, tablets, automotive and industrial applications. 3D Touch is the new mobile User Interface (“UI”), first introduced by Apple, which is now being deployed by all leading mobile device makers including Huawei and Samsung.
CTT’s technology is a combination of a specialized, flexible piezoelectric film sensor, together with advanced AI and innovative algorithms that deliver a multi-finger 3D touch solution using the world’s simplest architecture that can scale to all device sizes and shapes at a fraction of the cost of existing competitive approaches.
CTT technology delivers key benefits over competing 3D touch solutions and enables independent multi-finger sensing, longer battery life, and bendability that makes it uniquely suited to flexible OLED displays which are beginning to dominate the smartphone market.
In the media
23rd July 2019
CTT set for rapid expansion following oversubscribed $10M Series B round
2nd October 2019
US Patent Issued to Cambridge Touch Technologies on Oct. 1 for "Pressure-sensitive touch panel" (British Inventors)
10,430,009, issued on Oct. 1, was assigned to Cambridge Touch Technologies Ltd. (Cambridge, Great Britain). "Pressure-sensitive touch panel" was invented by Arokia Nathan
1st October 2019
Downing Ventures supports £4 million investment in 3D tech for smart devices
Venture capital fund Downing Ventures has participated in a £4 million Series A1 funding round for Cambridge Touch Technologies Limited (CTT). Spun out of the University of Cambridge in 2011, CTT is a