August 30, 2014 11:40 PM ET

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Company Overview of Alfalight, Inc.

Company Overview

Alfalight, Inc. designs, develops, and manufactures high-performance laser diodes, and handheld infrared and visible laser systems for industrial, military, aerospace, defense, and telecommunications markets. Its products include components, laser subsystems, and handheld infrared and visible laser systems; and non-lethal ocular disruptors for vehicle checkpoints, convoy protection, maritime security, distance hailing and warning, and crowd control applications. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Madison, Wisconsin.

1832 Wright Street

Madison, WI 53704

United States

Founded in 1998

Phone:

608-240-4800

Fax:

608-240-4801

Key Executives for Alfalight, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Founder and Chief Technical Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President of Operations and Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Alfalight, Inc. Key Developments

Alfalight, Inc. Wins $49 Million Federal Contract

Alfalight Inc. announced that it has won a $49 million federal contract from the U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command, Quantico, Virginia, for ocular interruption systems.

Alfalight, Inc. Receives IDIQ Contract for Delivery of Ocular Interruption Laser System to US Marine Corps

Alfalight, Inc. announced it has received an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract from the United States Marine Corps System Command. The contract has a maximum value of $49 million over a period of 5 years. Under the terms of the contract, Alfalight will deliver their NLOD-ES to MARCORSYSCOM in Quantico, Virginia, later this year. The NLOD-ES is a rugged, compact green laser for hailing and warning that employs automated, integrated controls to ensure eye-safe operation. The NLOD-ES shares technology used in a contract for a long-range ocular disruption system to be delivered to United States Naval Surface Warfare Center, which Alfalight announced in January.

Alfalight Receives $1.7 Million Contract for Delivery of Maritime Defense Laser Modules

Alfalight, Inc. announced it has received a $1.7 million, 20-month contract from a major prime contractor for the development and delivery of rugged, high-power green laser systems with active eye-safety technology. The complete laser and electro-optical systems will be delivered to the United States Naval Surface Warfare Center (Dahlgren Division) for long-range ocular disruption applications. This new long-range non-lethal laser development underscores Alfalight's focus on integrated defense systems and builds upon Alfalight's proven Non-Lethal Ocular Disruption (NLOD) technology, combining wide-operating-temperature, high-power green lasers with advanced electro-optics and integrated control methodologies.

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