EEM Aviation Infrastructure System of High Safety & Security, Carbon Capture, Clean Energy, High-quality Air and Stealth Tech
An ecological & energized module (EEM) living underlying and fundamental system, which can be typically laid on roofs and almost all the non-roof places and public areas, such as freeways, roads, streets, avenues, pedestrian zones, sidewalks, plazas, courtyards, and corridors.
Amidst the pandemic and economic concerns going back to office remains a critical decision. Here we propose a contactless access and monitoring system focused on corporate employees’ safety. The system comprises 3 stages (a) attendance management, (b) contactless access control, and (c) social distance monitoring.
Our invention is targeted at the newborn child, up to 6 months old, as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) due to suffocation from improper sleep posture is of primary concern. Another key concern is fever where even a slight fever can be a sign of a potentially serious infection,
Blade fatigue, due to cavitation in rocket engine turbopumps, often triggers catastrophic system failures, costing backers of space missions, launch vehicle operators and their customers millions of dollars every year.
We designed air-powered circuits to control the rhythmic motions of a walking robot without using any electronics. Our research was featured on the cover of Science Robotics and in various news articles including Tech Briefs magazine.
Tech Briefs Articles
THE PROBLEM: Ventilator-dependent patients frequently experience accidental ventilator disconnect between the tracheostomy tube and the ventilator; a deadly problem known clinically as "pop-off". This accidental “pop-off” can occur multiple times per day, sometimes every hour for some patients.
Photonect is a photonic interconnect solutions company. The company provides a revolutionary solution for connecting photonic integrated circuits(devices) to optical fibers.
With the advent of AR/VR and video streaming, the need for higher data rates has grown exponentially. To satisfy this need,
Auto H20 is a team that started in the capstone program at San Diego State University. Four mechanical engineers, three electrical engineers, two computer engineers and one graphic designer student developed a full scale prototype of auquio.
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