StoreDot is a company with a ground-breaking technology, based on its discovery of new generation, self-assembled Nanodots of biological origin. Representing elementary biological building blocks, these multifunctional Nanodots are at the core of several patented innovations by StoreDot, and constitute the future nanotechnology and advanced nano-photonic devices, including smartphones, TV’s, energy storage devices and more.
Aneeve Nanotechnologies is a startup company spun-out of UCLA and USC developing nano enabled “carbon” electronics to bridge the gap between emerging and traditional technologies. The company was founded in 2007 by supplying pristinely aligned carbon to Northrop Grumman for high performance RF device applications. Aneeve is currently based on campus at the UCLA Incubator within the new $175M California NanoSystems Institute building. Aneeve’s larger mission is to develop carbon electronics for emerging markets such as low power display and wireless mobile devices.
Thin Film Electronics ASA (“Thinfilm”) has 15 years of experience in the field of non-volatile memories using functional polymers. Thinfilm’s unique all-printed re-writable products are ideal for use in standalone consumer applications, including personalized toys and online-enabled games. They can also be integrated with logic elements, sensors, batteries, and displays for mass market applications such as all-printed RFID tags. The proven high volume roll-to-roll production of TFE’s printed memories provides the platform for its Memory Everywhere™ vision.
Rolith, Inc. is developing advanced nanostructured coatings and devices based on proprietary technology for high throughput large surface area nanolithography. Found in nature (Moth eye, Lotus leaf and others) and successfully demonstrated in the Research Labs, these advanced coatings have an ability to revolultionize Solar, Lighting, Energy and Data storage, Information Displays, Life Science, Architecture and other industries. Rolith's new nanostructuring concept will allow cost-effective scaling of fabrication processes in conveyor or Roll-to-Roll modes.
Excellatron Solid State, LLC, a U.S. based technology company, is introducing innovative and enabling energy storage technology. The batteries made possible by this new proprietary technology can be used in many applications and processes where other batteries would be inadequate. With this capability, a new world of possibilities opens up for the use of power stored in Excellatron batteries. Excellatron's technology will be the choice of power for high performance batteries in the future.