Research & Development

Heyce - R & D History

Dedicated to building unique & innovative technology to effectively contribute towards welfare of humanity, HEYCE grew exponentially with firm commitment from our employees sharing this common goal. Our future relies on the complete satisfaction of HEYCE family comprising of our valued clients, dealers and stakeholders.


  • 1996-1998
  • 1999-2000
  • 2001-2010
  • The Future


  • 1996-1998
  • 1999-2000
  • 2001-2010
  • The Future

Semiconductor Engineering

Associated with microelectronic wafer engineering thereby setting the foundation arraying semiconductors into Biometrics

Wafer Burn-In Test

Addressed challenges in testing semiconductor performance using Test & Burn-In Sockets that provide a robust, leading-edge wafer testing tools

Monitoring Burn Test Systems

Built on-the-fly testing systems capable to test all types of semiconductors

Light Emitting Electro-static mesh

Developed electro-static mesh on silicon substrate to create pressure sensitive technique to emit light upon touch by finger.

Development of LE Sensor

Introduced revolutionary Light emitting sensor technology to successfully recreate live fingerprint on electrostatic substrate.

Development of capture mechanism

Successfully developed mechanism to capture fingerprint template reconstructed by LE sensors

Digital Fingerprint Realization

Set the pedestal for digitalization of fingerprint capture mechanism

Fingerprint recognition algorithm

Developed robust algorithms to successfully recognize fingerprints and match over large template data

Mass Production

Largescale manufacturing of end user products and solutions

Investment into R & D

Determined research and development into technological improvement & new products

Enhanced Products

Customer centric & user-friendly products and solutions

Investing into the future

More focus on development of better technology through active research with continual commitment towards environmental sustainability by meeting the needs of today without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs

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