We believe that structured light cast through DLP-based technology has the power to transform many industries. Next to the applications presented on our website, we are constantly exploring other areas of activity. With support of international partners from both business and academia, we persue research projects to find tomorrow's products.
In-Vision generates more than 2/3 in revenues with products that are less than two years old. In other words - we are proud to call ourselve an innovation power house. At this moment you will find several research and development projects being pursued at In-Vision at the same time. Some of them are relevant for products that we will bring to market in less than two years. Others will not commercialize for another five years.
We staff research and development projects cross-functional. So, next to our physicists, you will find mathematicians, chemists, production experts and commercial people on a project, creating a challenging yet highly rewarding environment.
Here is an abstract of our current research and developent initiatives
Enabling maskless lithography applications at sub-micron resolution
Developing blue and UV laser diode illumination systems
Create hybrid DLP(R) and laser scanning light exposure for additive manufacturing
Revolutionize data storage solution through DLP(R) technology
Industry 4.0 - Advancing to a smart optomechatronical factory
Over the last years, In-Vision has been working with a large number
of national and international research partners. These include leading
academic institutions that help us keeping pace with latest
developments, as well as private business partners, who complement
research teams and bring in new expertise.
Even though 20-25% of our revenues is spent on research and
development initiatives on an annual basis, we still depend on
partners to fund our research. We are proud and very grateful to be
receiving funding on a regular basis by both national and international
organizations. The Austrian Research and Development Agency has been a
strong partner over the last years as well as the European Union's
initiatives Eurostars and Horizon 2020.