Quantum Dot (QD) displays represent the next generation of TVs with enhanced, brilliant colours, precise visualisations, and greater energy efficiency. However, the materials, cadmium and indium, currently used to produce these displays have multiple drawbacks. The use of Cadmium in the European area is restricted due to health safety reasons. Indium-based QDs
have been highly lacking in performance. Both technologies have a very high production cost due to an extensive production process.
Avantama is a leader in high-tech materials for electronics. They have developed Perovskite-based Quantum Dots that show the highest Quantum Yield and therefore the highest power saving properties for the next generation of TV screens.