Strategic Elements Ltd’s (ASX:SOR) Nanocube Printable Memory technology is turning heads globally with the company being hand-picked to speak on this subject at the world’s premier printed electronics event in Berlin during May.
The company has also been hand-picked to be one of only around 20 from around the world that will demonstrate its technology in a dedicated area within the event.
Important global event
This event will be held on May 13 and 14, 2020, and the audience includes some of the world’s largest companies.
SOR’s Nanocube technology is being developed with the University of New South Wales, Product Engineers based in Sydney and experts based in VTT Finland.
This data storage technology is physically printed onto surfaces, including glass and plastics, introducing electronic memory to materials where industry-standard silicon chip technology cannot go.
Attention from IDtechX
The Nanocube technology demonstrator was recently presented to a group in Finland which included the CEO of IDtechX, an industry-leading strategy, research and consulting firm with multi-billion-dollar companies as clients.
IDtechX CEO Raghu Das is renowned for assisting high-growth emerging technologies large and small, from Fortune 50 companies to start-ups and has lectured at over 500 technology events around the world.
Commenting on the SOR technology, Raghu Das said: “I genuinely think it’s one of the best developments I’ve seen in a while in printed electronics.”
He backed up the statement by personally offered SOR the opportunity to speak and demonstrate at IDtechX’s high-growth emerging technologies event in Berlin that will attract in excess of 2,500 attendees, including some of the world’s largest companies.
The company has received encouraging early-stage feedback on potential co-development options from the recent technology demonstrator presentation and is continuing to progress these and the goals outlined within the presentation itself.
For further information on the demonstrator click here to view a video.
Strategic Elements managing director Charles Murphy said: “It is very satisfying that the technology demonstrator has received such positive feedback from recognised experts.
“The Nanocube technology has incredible potential to enable whole new electronics product categories through printability, transparency and flexibility.”
Meeting potential end-users
He said the company was looking forward to meeting with potential end-users in Berlin and understand potential options of co-development.
Australia’s Federal Government has registered Strategic Elements as a Pooled Development Fund with a mandate to back Australian innovation.
Strategic Elements operates as a ‘venture builder’ where it generates high risk-high reward ventures and projects from combining teams of leading scientists or innovators in the technology or resources sectors.
Most investors in SOR pay no tax on capital gains from selling their SOR shares as the company operates under a Federal Government program set-up to encourage investment into innovation.