Quantum Science Ltd (QS), the leading British quantum dot (QD) developer, has signed a distribution agreement with Nishimura Chemitech Co., Ltd (NYS), the foremost Japanese semiconductor, chemicals, and equipment materials distributor.
QS has licensed NYS to use
QS – which is based at Sci-Tech Daresbury, the world class location for high-tech business and leading-edge science in the Liverpool City Region - has licensed NYS to use, market, and sell its world-leading INFIQ® infrared quantum dots to customers in Japan. The agreement has huge implications for the consumer electronics, automotive, and industrial machine vision sectors.
Unparalleled cost advantages
INFIQ® QDs are used in image sensors to increase accuracy and depth and long range sensing of sensors into the infrared range at unparalleled cost advantages, with the product resulting in costs ranging from 10 to 1000 times lower than current infrared sensing technologies.
The INFIQ® QD technology will redefine the current $32Bn image sensor markets and open significant new opportunities and new applications for QD sensors in consumer electronics, self-driving vehicles, security and surveillance, and smart manufacturing, and improve quality of life for the planet in the future.