WHAT WE DO
We are a technology company that develops the next-generation OLED emitting materials – chemical compounds that form the fundamental basis of OLED displays. They are used in televisions, smartphones, mobile devices and many other consumer devices.About us
We create chemical compounds for products of the future
We design and manufacture OLED emitters – chemical compounds that emit light when exposed to electricity. This is a key part of any OLED display responsible for its color, contrast and durability.
The Global OLED Market size was estimated at USD 48.39 billion in 2022, is expected to reach USD 54.63 billion in 2023, and projected to grow at a CAGR of 13.83% reach USD 136.49 billion by 2030 Source
OLED market CAGR Source
The global lighting market size was $118.33 billion in 2019 & is projected to reach $163.72 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 4.3% during forecast period. Source
The global display market size was valued at USD 148.4 billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 177.1 billion by 2026. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.6% Source
Noctiluca has the capacity to manufacture up to 100 kg of high-performance materials yearly
Pelagia noctiluca is one of the most fascinating marine organisms due to its bioluminescence ability
An ability to produce and emit light by a living organism. In Latin nocti is the combining form of nox “night” and lux means “light”.As a market challenger, we see ourselves in this tiny sea creature, providing light from organic compounds for the photonics industry. Since emissive layers are the heart of every OLED, therefore we chose the heart of pelagia noctiluca to be our brand symbol.
One of the foundations of our mission is to educate and inform our investors and associates
Intellectual property (IP) often collocates with disruptive innovation, deep-tech, or pioneering techniques. Companies like Noctiluca invest substantial resources in research and development to create new technologies, chemical compounds and processes. IP protection, through patents, can safeguard these innovations, allowing the company to recoup its investments and maintain a competitive edge.
In the fast-evolving world of optoelectronics, the demand for specialized compounds and materials is steadily increasing. Researchers and industries alike are seeking tailor-made solutions to meet their unique requirements.
The biggest technology manufacturers invest significantly more in the development of their products than entire countries do in R&D. This level of investment contributes to the long lifecycles of leading technologies, which are perfected over decades to reach their full potential, however it also means that it takes a long time to return the incurred R&D costs.