Until recently, PI had focused primarily upon developing technologies that merely enhance the performance of phosphor pigments. However, complementing its chemical engineering advancements in these photoluminescent technologies, PI is also now actively engaged in research and development and small-scale manufacturing infrastructure toward the development of next-generation high-persistence phosphors for application in the security, defense, and energy sectors and plans to launch the only domestic plant to manufacture, sell, and distribute long-persistence phosphorescence materials.
"Our work in inventing novel ways to make phosphors (solid state physics) coupled with the revolutionary patented methods that we have developed around formulating phosphors for uses in practical and functional applications (chemistry), is unparalleled," said Robb J. Osinski, Performance Indicator co-founder. "It sets our technology platform far apart from any previous achievements in this field."
"The license granted by UGARF and the University of Puerto Rico enhances our intellectual property portfolio and the capabilities to deliver proprietary and, in many cases, customized photoluminescent-based solutions for a broad array of industrial and consumer applications," he added. "At the same time, it further enables Performance Indicator to import, manufacture, and sell phosphors."
The phosphors were developed under
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