3DIcon reports on successful NDIA attendance; looks forward to upcoming conferences

The annual NDIA Science, Engineering & Technology conference was attended by representatives of the defense industry, academia, the U.S. military and U.S. NATO allies. As one of about 30 companies selected to present, 3DIcon gave an on-stage overview of its volumetric display technology, followed by one-on-one discussions with attendees while standing by a visual representation of the technology that provided additional details. During these one-on-one discussions, the need for 3D volumetric technology in military applications was further validated and new opportunities and potential partnerships were identified. 3DIcon intends to follow up on all discussions to further investigate any opportunities that could benefit the company and the technology. Upcoming conference attendance Company leadership is confirmed to attend several conferences, including: 2015 SPIE DSS (Defense, Security, Sensing) Conference – April 20-24 The SPIE Defense + Security program is the preeminent event for those working in the imaging and sensing technologies with a focus on homeland security and defense. Technologies featured in this year’s conference include cyber sensing/security, display technologies, ocean sensing, biometrics, surveillance, and reconnaissance, and geospatial informatics. Applications will focus on avionics/aerospace, cyber security, homeland security, and defense. 3DIcon’s Doug Freitag to attend on behalf of the company. Read more in our press release here. America Ceramics Society Ceramics Expo – April 28-30 Ceramics Expo is a dedicated market place for all raw materials, equipment, machinery and technology used within the ceramic manufacturing supply chain. The expo will showcase a range of ceramic and glass materials and components for a myriad of applications and connect industry buyers with ceramics specialists who can help to advance their products. The exhibition draws attendance from technical leaders, production directors, engineers, project leaders, buyers and senior executives within ceramic manufacturers, and from a vast range of industries utilizing ceramic materials and components, including transportation, automotive, aerospace, oil and gas, medical, electronics, military and environmental technology. 3DIcon’s Doug Freitag will be speaking at the expo in his role as the Technical Director for the US Advanced Ceramics Association. During the presentation, Mr. Freitag will highlight 3DIcon’s CSpace® technology and the opportunity it provides to the glass industry. Discussions are also planned with attending leaders in the glass industry to explore potential avenues for use within CSpace®’s image chamber. – Doug Freitag, VP of Technology and Business Development

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