Advanced Material Development is pleased to be associated with the publication of a research paper in the prestigious scientific journal Advanced Material Technology. The paper “Large-Scale Surfactant Exfoliation of Graphene and Conductivity-Optimized Graphite Enabling Wireless Connectivity” describes some of the previous research by its Universities of Sussex and Surrey teams into the developments of AMD’s proprietary “Conductively Optimized Graphite” (COG) nano-material.
This report highlights the success of the early stage prototype in achieving read distances in excess of 2M in lab conditions with theoretical ranges beyond 11M. Ongoing work in the Sussex labs continues to improve the print qualities of the conductive ink for commercial production needs.
AMD maintains full ownership of all critical and underlying IP and is holding talks with a number of potential global partners in the fast-growing RFID industry to further develop and deploy this Green RFID solution.
We are also pleased to note that the Sussex team are back in the labs following shutdown and hence work has been disrupted only marginally.