Research Frontiers Inc. will be presenting and participating in a panel discussion on disruptive automotive technologies at the Disruptive Growth & Healthcare Conference being held in New York.
Joseph M. Harary, President and CEO of Research Frontiers, who will be participating in the panel, noted: “We are living in an age where new technologies are becoming increasingly important in adding safety, functionality, and efficiency to cars. How cars, their occupants, and society interact has become a focus of many current macro trends in the automotive industry including the growth of electric vehicles, the introduction of autonomously driven vehicles, and the growing concern within the industry about CO2 and other emissions polluting our environment. SPD-SmartGlass has significant benefits that increases safety, increases the driving range of electric vehicles, and reduces fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in internal combustion engine vehicles. It also makes passengers more comfortable and enhances their driving experience. I look forward to exploring these topics with my fellow panel members and demonstrating real-world examples of how our SPD-SmartGlass technology is being used to improve performance and enhance the safety and comfort of people around the world.”
The conference, hosted by RHK Capital and ReedSmith, will feature CEOs of an extensive range of disruptive growth companies presenting to an audience including institutional funds, family offices and high net worth accredited investors. Joseph Harary, Research Frontiers President and CEO, will be a panellist in the Disruptive Automotive Technology & Power Systems discussion on Wednesday 9 May at 1:45PM ET, and will also give a separate presentation later that day at 3:25PM ET.
Research Frontiers is the developer of SPD-Smart light-control technology which allows users to instantly, precisely and uniformly control the shading of glass or plastic, either manually or automatically. Research Frontiers has built an infrastructure of over 40 licensed companies that collectively are capable of serving the growing global demand for smart glass products in automobiles, homes, buildings, museums, aircraft and boats.