Unigraf is a worldwide leading video electronics testing company based in Finland. Unigraf specializes in Hardware and Software Test Tools for testing USB-C™, DisplayPort™, and HDMI™ interfaces. Unigraf’s technological strengths are a deep understanding of the aforementioned interfaces in R&D, Test Automation and Compliance Test environments. World’s leading electronics manufacturers use Unigraf’s tools to test smartphones, laptops, tablets, monitors and more in the R&D development phase as well as in production line testing. Furthermore, Unigraf’s compliance test tools can be used to verify that products are designed and work according to standards set by e.g. Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) and Digital Content Protection LLC (DCP).
Over the years Unigraf has introduced multiple groundbreaking innovations such as the first HBR3 capable DP 1.4 Test device in UCD-400. More recently Unigraf introduced the UCD-422, an HDMI 2.1 (FRL) test tool, and started the development of the DisplayPort 2.0 capable test tool, the UCD-500.
The origin of Unigraf is in the multinational KONE Corporation. The team that is today Unigraf was established as the Industial Control Team of Kone Instrument Group. At that time the time when PC did not exist every control system had its dedicated “Video Generator”. Industrial Control Team successfully provided advanced display controller units for companies like Kone, Valmet (today Metso) and Nokia who was involved in industial control systems at that time. Many of the systems are still in use after a 30 years’ service.
In 1990 Unigraf was formed with a MBO. Most of the owners, the operational management at that time, are still today actively involved within Unigraf.
Unigraf was soon concentrating on a new area: PC card based video test pattern generators to help the production of monitors and TV sets. Unigraf was the first company to integrate the pattern generator inside a PC having a graphical user interface. Unigraf gained a strong position in pattern generators for automated testing of both analog and digital displays. It was co-operating with worldwide leaders like Barco, Philips, Sony, LG, HP, Tatung etc.
With the invent of new the DisplayPort display interface Unigraf soon established the leading position as the supplier of Link Layer and HDCP CTS tools for both DisplayPort Sinks and Sources. Unigraf has extended the selection of tools to include testers for DP Audio CTS and DP EDID CTS. All leading providers of DisplayPort enabled components and devices are using Unigraf tools in their laboratories.
In early 2000 Unigraf enlarged its expertize and product range to frame grabbers for capturing high resolution RGB and DVI signal. Unigraf’s first major application was radar image capturing for Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) the “Black Box” for ships. Unigraf’s frame grabber was one of the few devices approved to the demanding requirements.
Combining the expertize in video testing and frame grabbers Unigraf is now providing a novel test scheme for testing on the other hand HDMI and DisplayPort Source Devices and on the other hand display electronics with LVDS or mini-LVDS output. Unigraf’s approach is again new and revolutionary on both areas. Unigraf’s test scheme provides features and a flexibility that older conventional test systems cannot provide.
Highest Credit Ratings
Unigraf’s expertise lies within a deep understanding of the fundamental technologies of DisplayPort, USB-C and HDMI interfaces. Unigraf is a worldwide leader in DisplayPort compliance test tools. This has allowed Unigraf to master the DisplayPort alternate mode within the USB-C interface. For HDMI interface Unigraf provides a wide range of R&D debug and production line test tools. Across the range, Unigraf’s test tools can be used in R&D development, compliance testing and production line testing – regardless of the interface.
ISO 9001:2008 certified by DNV
In all Unigraf’s operations – from early development phases to after sales services – we apply high quality standards.
Unigraf has a DNV certification of quality according to ISO 9001:2008.
Business ID 0773858-5
Piispantilankuja 4, 02240 Espoo, Finland
Tel. +358 9 859550
Person in Charge of Register Matters
Mr. Henri Muhonen
CEO, Unigraf Oy
Piispantilankuja 4, FI-02240 Espoo, Finland
Tel. +358 9 859550
Name of the Register
Unigraf’s Customer Register
Basis for Maintaining the Register
Processing of personal data based on customer relationships or other relevant connections.
Purpose of Register
The personal data of the data subject is processed in connection with customer communication purposes relating to Unigraf products and services, other customer relationship management and development, analyzing purposes, creating statistics as well as producing, offering and developing services. Customer data contained in the register may be used for direct advertising, telemarketing or other direct marketing purposes, questionnaires or marketing researches or other similar address-based transmissions Personal data of the data subject may also be used for updating Unigraf’s business information register.
Data Contained in the Register
The following categories of data can be processed in the register:
- basic information of the data subject such as name, postal address, e-mail addresses and phone numbers, profession
- user’s or contact person’s name
- employer company’s name and business ID
- data associated with customer relationship, other relevant connection and contractual relationship, e.g. acquired products and services
- data on direct marketing consents and prohibitions
- event and user analysis data
- information related to invoicing and collection of due-past amounts
- interests and other information provided by the data subject
- recording of customer calls and other communication related to customer service situations
Register information may be used anonymously (without the respective person being identified) in order to target online marketing by cookies.
Regular Sources of Information
Personal data are collected when registering, using a service or directly from the data subject.
Disclosure of Data
Unigraf may disclose personal data contained in the register within the constraints of the existing legislation. Unigraf may disclose data to its partners for direct marketing purposes unless a data subject has not prohibited such use or disclosure of the data.
Due to the technical implementation of the processing of the data, some of the data may physically reside on the servers or equipment belonging to external contractors, and these data are processed via a technical connection. Personal data are not transferred outside the European Union or outside the European Economic Area unless this is technically necessary in order to implement the service. In such event Unigraf ensures the sufficient level of data protection in the manner provided for in the legislation.
Data are collected into databases, which are protected by firewalls, passwords and other technical means. The databases and their backups are located in locked and secured premises, and access to the data is limited to only certain pre-designated persons.
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Unigraf will respond to all legitimate requests for information and where applicable, to correct, amend, or delete your personal data.