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Who We Are

Biophoton Technologies is conceived to channelise technology to reach the bottom of the society. A team of Technologists, Scientists and Medical doctors work together to first understand the unmet need, develop suitable technology and convert them to usable products at a very affordable cost.

We have been catering to customers globally and many hospitals are enjoying our innovation.

Our Vision

Our vision is to establish an organization which will excel in high technology niche areas, contributes to societal improvements and facilitates financial benefits and satisfaction to its stake holders and customers.

Our Mission

Mission is to develop affordable devices using Bio-Photonics and allied technologies and reach them to masses.

Dr.Suresh Nair, alumnus of IIT Bombay has spent his initial career at R&D Lab of Ministry of Information Technology, Government of India. He then joined NeST Group as Global Chief Technology Officer heading the technology strategies. Under his leadership, many novel products in Healthcare, Communication, Industrial, Aerospace and Defence  domains were designed and many are finding excellent market acceptance globally.

Dr.Suresh has more than 120 publications, 18 patents, co-authored three books.

He has been conferred with many awards including, IEEE MGA Global Achievement Award (2 times), IEEE Outstanding Researcher award, DST Lockheed Martin award, BV Baliga Award, IETE OE Award, IEEE MGA Achievement awards to name a few.

He is Chairman of many Government of India committees on R&D, member in various government Steering committees like MeitY, DSIR, etc. He is also in the Project Management Group  of Maker Village, member in Nidhi Prayas, DST Healthcare Hub, etc. He is Fellow IETE, Distinguished Fellow OSI, Senior member IEEE.

Dr.Suresh is currently Chair, IEEE India Council, and is an active promoter of academic industry association, is a member in University committees,  and  his passion is to mentor youngsters as entrepreneurs.

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