Schott AG to Exhibit SPD-Smart Aircraft Windows at the 2011 Aircraft Interiors Expo

Date: 7 April 2011
Source: SCHOTT AG
Schott AG will exhibit an SPD-Smart™ aircraft cabin window and other smart glass products produced by Research Frontiers licensee SmartGlass International Ltd. at the 2011 Aircraft Interiors Show being held April 5-7, 2011 in Hamburg, Germany.

Schott AG’s stand at the 2011 Aircraft Interiors Expo is #5G80.

Made with patented light-control SPD film developed by Research Frontiers, SPD-SmartGlass is a variably tintable dynamic glazing technology. It gives users the ability to control the level of shading to any point between very dark and clear. Available in both glass and lightweight polycarbonate substrates, SPD-Smart products, including skylights, doors, windows, partitions, sunroofs and more are laminated glazings that offer a combination of sustainability and security.

SmartGlass International is a manufacturer of electronically switchable glass supplied to the commercial, hospitality, healthcare, transport and security, industrial, exhibition and exclusive residential sectors. SmartGlass International and the SCHOTT Group have an agreement granting SCHOTT the right to sell SmartGlass International’s SPD-Smart products.

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