HiVE is advancing the viability of collecting renewable energy - from the sun, wind, water and heat - with the HiVE battery, a proven compact technology now at work on the International Space Station. HiVE is energy dense, lasts for far more charging cycles and is a vast safety improvement over traditional lithium ion batteries.
The next generation of product identification, CHQR™ ID was created for the US Department of Defense to ensure authenticity of inventory components. Using military grade protection which cannot be copied or hacked, it delivers unique identification for every individual product, increases supply chain accuracy and efficiency and allows direct-to-consumer communication.
FLASH imaging, originally developed for NASA and currently deployed on the International Space Station, operates similar to a camera. Using a vast light spectrum for every pixel of an image, it delivers unrivaled diagnostic capabilities. In agriculture, it can reveal soil conditions, plant health, crop maturity, detect blight, fungus, pests and dangerous bacteria. Paired with specialty optics, it can even determine the molecular fingerprint of wine… without opening the bottle.
Initially designed for the wine and spirits industries, we integrate two technologies, CHQR™ ID and FLASH. Together, they ensure the integrity of the grape or spirit when bottled, throughout transit and for generations to come.
In an industry where counterfeiting is endemic (some 20% of wines sold globally are counterfeit), it is essential to establish provenance for vintners, distillers and collectors alike.
The technologies are designed to be leveraged in a variety of industries, engineered to protect efficacy and product integrity.
Turn trash into energy.
The GST machine makes it possible to convert municipal waste, agricultural waste, plastics, and other forms of trash into energy in two different forms: a cleaner-burning liquid fuel and clean-burning coal-like pellets. The entire process is emission-free, and once it is running, it even powers itself with the product of its processes.
When burned, 98% of the available energy is utilized with virtually no carbon emissions. It can be used in former coal-powered generator plants with no or minimal retrofitting for a truly green alternative to coal.
Tomorrow’s trash eater for today.