Navillum Nanotechnologies Invited to Prestigious Display Symposium
Navillum Nanotechnologies, a resident company at BioInnovations Gateway (BiG) has been selected to present a prototype of their technology at I-Zone (Innovation Zone) Display Week 2017 in Los Angeles later this month, a prestigious opportunity in the display field.
At this symposium, the Society for Information Display provides a forum for live demonstrations of emerging information display technologies and related areas. The I-Zone intends to showcase the cutting-edge demos and prototypes that will lead to the products of tomorrow.
“We are thrilled about being selected to showcase our quantum dot technology with other emerging display technologies at the I-Zone” said Jacqueline Siy-Ronquillo, Co-founder and CTO, Navillum Technologies.
Navillum’s night vision compatible quantum dot (QD)-based film optic is a multi-purpose film solution that addresses important problems in aviation displays, including safety, clarity and efficiency. The films are customized to meet D65 white point requirements in avionics displays and can also be customized for a variety of other display technologies. The films use QDs that are produced using Navillum’s patented low-temperature thermodynamic driven synthesis process.
This process enables an unparalleled degree of control over nanoparticle size, shape and overall uniformity, which is critical to the resulting optical properties of the final QD application, explained Siy-Ronquillo. Navillum offers QDs both in solution (ex. pre-polymer solution of acrylate, urethane or silicone) and in films, including cadmium-free options.
“The USTAR Life Science Incubator is committed to ensuring that talented innovators in Utah thrive. Navillum exemplifies our mission, and we are excited that the company was chosen to exhibit its latest quantum dot-based prototypes to leaders in the lighting and display industry”, said Marytheresa Ifediba, BiG Life Science Program Manager.< Back to All Articles