ANN ARBOR (WWJ) — Advanced Photonix Inc. (NYSE MKT: API), the leading supplier of terahertz systems, announced that the company has been selected by 21st Century Business Television to present terahertz as the next generation of problem solving technology for manufacturing process and quality control markets.
Said API CEO Richard Kurtz: “This is a great opportunity to showcase the environmentally green and non-harmful aspects of using our patented terahertz technology to solve some of the most difficult quality control and nondestructive testing applications around the world.”
J.L. Haber, vice president of programming at MMP USA Inc., said that “As a leader in their industry, Advanced Photonix was a natural fit for our show.”
The API feature story will be airing on CNBC, Fox Business Network and Bloomberg International in late 2013.
Terahertz radiation occupies a spot on the electromagnetic spectrum between microwaves and infrared light. Little understood and hard to generate before the 1990s, “T-rays” are now being eyed for a variety of testing and security applications. Among their most interesting properties — they “see through” many materials without packing the damaging, ionizing punch of X-rays.
21st Century Business is an award winning targeted business show that is independently produced by MMP USA Inc. The show provides its business viewers an in depth opportunity to find solutions to the industry problems from some of the top business leaders from across the world.
21st Century Business airs on various national cable networks that are viewed by more than 100 million viewers nationwide as well as internationally via DirecTV and Dish Network. The 21CBTV Series is also available at more than 27 prestigious college universities, including Carnegie Mellon University, Howard University, Dartmouth College and Georgetown University.
Advanced Photonix supplies optoelectronic sensors, devices and instruments used by test and measurement, process control, medical, telecommunication and homeland security markets. The company’s terahertz sensor product line is targeted to the process control industry, to enable quality control, and security markets through nondestructive testing. The T-Gauge sensor can measure subsurface physical properties, like multi-layers thicknesses, density, moisture content, anomaly detection and some chemical features, online and in real time. API’s high-speed optical receivers are used by the telecommunication market in both telecommunication equipment and in test and measurement equipment used in the manufacturing of telecommunication equipment. For more information visit us on the web at http://www.advancedphotonix.com.