G2V Optics is a technology company founded on the idea of pushing the boundaries of optical technology to tackle really big problems. The journey started in 2013 at the National Institute of Nanotechnology and the University of Alberta where Dr. Michael Taschuk led a team to develop the variable spectra technology foundation which led to the pico solar simulator.
Quickly expanding into the horticulture lighting industry with the G2V perihelion, the team continues to utilize data-driven, scientific, collaborative design to pursue the best possible iteration of our products while maintaining value for our customers.
With a continually expanding team, G2V looks towards the future to apply its core technology to the development of industry leading intelligent, automated illumination systems for research and cultivation. We’re always up for a conversation about ways to share and collaborate.
Commercial-Grade LED Grow Light for Vertical Farming - perihelion™
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