(PRWEB) February 20, 2009
Raleigh, N.C. -- Remote Light, Inc., an optics technology company, has engaged Professor Karl G. Linden as Chair of its UV Technology Committee. Dr. Linden is currently Professor of Environmental Engineering and Liebman Faculty Fellow at The University of Colorado at Boulder. He is an internationally known expert in applying UV technology for inactivation of microbial pathogens and UV-based oxidation for the degradation of environmental pollutants. Dr. Linden's research is funded by organizations such as the American Water Works Association Research Foundation, the WateReuse Foundation, US EPA, and the National Science Foundation. Dr. Linden is a founding Board Member and International Vice President of the International Ultraviolet Association.
"Based on an initial evaluation of the UV technology portfolio that integrates UV light, optics, and fiber optic technology, Remote Light is well positioned to introduce UV technology into a plethora of consumer and high technology products, providing significant public health benefits in the water, surface, and air disinfection areas," stated Dr. Linden. "I'm very excited to work with Remote Light and help their UV patent portfolio applications utilize new technologies like UV-LEDs. Remote's granted patents cover UV lighting for water and air applications enabling significant improvements to many consumer, commercial, and residential applications."
Isaac Horton, Ph.D., Chairman and CEO of Remote Light stated, "Now that we are moving forward with our UV optics technology licensing program, it is very strategic to our business model to have Dr. Linden join us."
About Remote Light, Inc.
Remote Light, Inc. has developed and patented a global portfolio of ultraviolet (UV) lighting technologies for drinking water, wastewater, other fluids, air, medical, consumer appliance and surface applications. Remote Light owns or controls more than 120 US and international granted patents, applications, and exclusive patent licenses combining optics with fiber optics and UV light for a broad range of purification and disinfection applications.
For more information about Remote Light, Inc. visit http://www.remotelight.com.
Sr. VP Technology Licensing
Remote Light, Inc.