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Dartmouth, N.S.- Metamaterial Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce that Professor Pavel Belov has joined its advisory board.  Professor Paul Belov is currently a professor and head of the department of Nanophotonics and Metamaterials at ITMO University in Russia.  He brings extensive experience in optics and engineering.  He has a PhD in optics from ITMO University in Russia,…

Dartmouth N.S. – Metamaterial Technologies Incorporated (MTI) will be participating in the Canadian Technology Accelerator in Silicon Valley, this September. MTI will be taking full advantage of the Canadian-run accelerator in order to access global markets and entrepreneurship services. The Canadian Technology Accelerator (CTA) only accepts companies they identify to have 3 core characteristics: potential…

Halifax-based Metamaterial Technologies Inc. is developing metaAir, a product that deflects bright light and laser beams that can disorient pilots and impact jetliner flight paths. With an investment from Innovacorp, Nova Scotia’s early stage venture capital organization, Metamaterial Technologies will commercialize large-scale production of the nano-composites. “We’ve developed new optical thin films using proprietary nanofabrication…

LONDON— 4th November 2014 —Frost & Sullivan recognizes Lamda Guard with the 2014 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Leadership. Lamda Guard’s metaAIR™ is a highly innovative solution that uses an array of nano-particles of specific periodic geometry (called metamaterials) to protect flight crews from laser strikes. metaAir™’s optically transparent thin film filter is…

A new innovative laser shield is being developed for cockpit windscreens to deflect the impact of unwanted light sources on jetliners. Halifax N.S. (June 4, 2014) – Lamda Guard, a company based in Atlantic Canada, has signed an agreement with leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus to test a breakthrough innovation designed to deflect unwanted bright light…