Our team has the capability to bring your product to market. Whether you require mechanical, software, electrical, or all of these services, we can help you develop your product and bring it to fruition.
A robot designed to traverse the Greenland ice shelf, collecting data about snow/ice depth. The communications are done via a line-of-sight antenna, and when out of reach, through a satellite link.
The ESP-DLux is an automated, mesh networked, UV-C light sterilization fixture for hospital rooms that reacts to human presence. When the unit’s sensors detect that the room is unoccupied, the shutter rotates into itself, exposing the UV-C light bulb and irradiating the surfaces in the room. When the room is occupied, a fan moves air through the hollow chamber, continuing the cleaning process. This is a very effective way to sterilize air and surfaces because it eliminates human error and cleans hard-to-reach areas. With this project, we brought a patent holder’s vision to the marketplace.
We are developing robotic arms with intuitive control algorithms for a wide range of applications. Using our advanced algorithms, a robotic arm with many degrees of freedom can be easily controlled with only one hand.
We developed a software-defined radio for NASA’s satellite ground station in Antarctica. It receives, demodulates, and decodes telemetry data from NOAA’a POES geological satellites.