The Mordovia nanocenter will invest in international startup

The Mordovia nanocenter will invest in international startupThe Mordovian nanocenter plans to invest in international Startup with the aim to organize in Saransk the new lightning production. Within the conducted in Saransk in December 3-4, 2013 the II All-Russian lightning Forum with international participation, the Center of nanotechnologies and nanomaterials of the Mordovia Republic has organized the round table on questions of commercialization of scientific developments in the sphere of modern lightning.

The aim of the round table is development of innovation potential of Russian companies, and also widening of cooperation with international participants of lightning market. As noted participants of the round table, in Mordovia already exist many elements of innovation infrastructure and now success stories in commercialization of scientific developments in the sphere of modern lightning are required.

The example of such story and international cooperation can become execution by Mordovian nanocenter the cooperation agreement with the Finnish company “Flexbright” on joint realization of innovation project for development and production of principally new light resources by technology HYLED (hybrid luminodiode).

Within the joint project is planned to realize a range of perspective research and development works with further organization in 2015 the first serial production of new light source. The technology “Flexbright” allows integrating luminodiodes on a flexible transparent polymer base-strip by means of cut and dried roller, which will decrease production time and prime cost up to 30%. Besides valuable advantages, this will allow implementing luminodiode light sources in more application areas.

Manufacturing by the Startup luminodiodes on the flexible strip are directed to use in advertising constructions and various lightning systems, including complicated shapes. The special advantage of new lightning sources is in unique architecture solutions.