A Singapore company is moving to Columbus to find its niche in the emerging “smart glass” industry.
A Singapore company is moving to Columbus with the goal of transforming the emerging “smart glass” industry.
The company, Nodis, has developed what it says is a less-expensive way to produce glass that can be tinted and otherwise controlled by a user.
Nodis worked for five years in Singapore to develop its TruTint technology and is now moving its executive team to Columbus. The company plans to open a factory in central Ohio to manufacture its key “nano particle” component, which will be applied to a film in Korea before being shipped to glass manufacturers worldwide to embed in the final smart glass product.
“We use nano particles suspended in liquid that can be oriented when a voltage is applied, acting like a shutter on the window,” said Mike Holt, an adviser to
Getting Technical: Tolles is here to educate on all career-path options – News – The Columbus Dispatch
I’ve watched it happen.
Last July, I wrote to you about my own struggle with the notion of a four-year degree versus some type of career-technical training for my daughter.
I gave our readers a little peek into my own life. My daughter graduated as valedictorian of her class and had taken College Credit Plus courses in high school, and the experience had affected her deeply. She was clear that she did not want to go on to college.
What? I’m a lifelong educator!
However, she identified her field of passion — music and video production — and she found a technical school to help her reach her goals.
I had to give up on my idea of what was the “right” education. And if you have been reading this monthly article for any length of time, you know that I am a superintendent at a career center.
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