NanoAl is a nanotechnology company dedicated to making lightweight, scalable, high-performance, heat-resistant aluminum superalloys for automobile brake rotors, electric cables, and other energy-conservation, cleantech applications. In September 2018, it was announced that the firm had been acquired by Braidy Industries, a quite young but mid-sized corporation in similar space located in Ashland Kentucky. NanoAI's products are focused around its technology in heat resistant, high conductivity, castable, heat-treatable and low cost aluminum superalloys. The firm's technologies have applications in brake rotors, electric wires, thermal management in high density power electronics modules, aluminium panels, engine components, aerospace structural components, and others. In addition, the firm sells research quantities of final alloys for evaluation purposes as well as engaging in joint research and development with partners. The company's three co-founders have over 700 combined publications on processing microstructure and mechanical properties of various dilute Al-Sc-based alloys.