In mid-2020, ExoTechnologies acquired 360 Quantillion, an innovative and specialist composite materials research organisation.
This collaboration of advanced composite material expertise and specialist engineering knowledge has developed a pioneering resource efficiency technology called DANU™ which is capable of accelerating the green transition to circularity for composite material used in maritime craft, ballistic resistance, wind turbine blades, automotive solutions, aircraft construction, food processing etc.
So far, the development team has already produced a full-scoped maritime craft solution and ballistic resistant solution ready for scalable production to commercialise this novel technology.
DANU™ has exceptional strength capable of being recovered, recycled and reused repeatedly.
Get in touch with Chief Innovations Officer at ExoTechnologies, Jeroen Wats to take a dive into its mission about sustainability, resource-efficiency and circular economy.
A high paced promotional video of the new X-Class from Ultimate Boats with stunning drone video footage.
These RIBs are built using the revolutionary Danu™ instead of the classic GRP. It is invented by Exo Technologies and is 100% recyclable, time after time. Jeroen Wats, founder and CIO, tells all about it in this video.
Meet Jeroen Wats, founder of Exo Technologies and the company’s competencies of the circular economy in the boating industry in a fascinating interview.
The circular economy is an alternative to the linear economy. A linear economy is a system of production and consumption where resources are extracted, processed and disposed of in a linear fashion, resulting in the depletion of natural resources.
A circular economy aims to create a more sustainable system by reducing waste, preserving resources and improving efficiency.
So it’s about redesigning products so they can be repaired or reused, and using renewable energy sources to make all this happen.