Atlanta-based NanoLumens, makers of custom-built indoor and outdoor LED displays for a variety of markets, announces that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has, to date, issued more than 18 patents covering key aspects of the company’s technologies. Even more of the company’s inventions are patent pending, it says.
The company’s flexible LED display modules are at the heart of its core competency, it says. The modules enable NanoLumens to build large, flexible, modular display systems in any size, shape, or curvature. The company’s proprietary technology is applicable to a number of key performance characteristics of modular display systems.
The company says it is concerned that some customers and integrators are inadvertently buying products that infringe on NanoLumens’ intellectual property, and it intends to vigorously defend its technology against encroachment by other manufacturers.
“We have spent significant time and money innovating and creating quality, curved products for which we have been issued multiple patents,” says NanoLumens CEO Rick Cope. “The marketplace is growing increasingly confusing and convoluted with the introduction of often times lesser quality visualization platform technologies every week. The most successful businesses will be those that can best leverage their intellectual property into practical interactive visualization solutions that deliver persistent value throughout the platforms’ lifecycles. Unfortunately, a number of manufacturers are selling products which violate our IP and flood the market with cheap imitations that ultimately degrade the trust customers place in LED technology as a whole.”
Cope urged customers and system integrators to choose display solutions that possess authentic NanoLumens technology.