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Fifty-five Solutions

  1. 1. Treating the fuel before it enters the combustion chamber is preferable to dealing with the problem after the fuel has expanded many thousands of times in the form of exhaust gases. DRAMATICALLY REDUCING EMISSIONS AND INCREASING FUEL EFFICIENCY
  2. 2. MPWG is the first device in the world able to generate and transport potable water through an eco-friendly and auto sustainable system to any part of the world where the air humidity is of at least 30%. MPWG can be replicated in many forms MOBILE-POTABLE-WATER-GENERATOR (MPWG)
  3. 3. TRASH SHARK RECYCLING Produce a product from start to finish for less than the costs of the other plastics manufacturers raw material. Utilize clean and dirty plastics and other elements of the waste stream all at once AND re-recycle that product again.
  4. 4. TRANSFORMING METOCEAN DATA SERVICES The first unmanned autonomous marine robot to use only the ocean's endless supply of wave energy for propulsion (no manpower, no emissions, no refueling). Wave Glidertm
  5. 5. COASTAL WATER FACTORY Capable of producing up to 1 million gallons of clean safe potable water, per system, per day on site
  6. 6. CLEAN WATER/CLEAN AIR SYSTEMS Mycelx has the ability to bind together and coagulate hydrocarbons, specifically altering oils and semi volatile organics into a cohesive viscoelastic mass that repels water.
  7. 7. REMOTE TRACKING, MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT OF ITEMS The only system that monitors condition in real time with a very simple and fast installation and can’t be removed unless it is breached or opened.
  8. 8. Kinetech Power Company (KPC) offers “Greenficient” energy storage solutions utilizing patented disruptive flywheel energy storage solutions that improve upon the state of the art in flywheel energy storage GREENFICIENT FLYWHEEL ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM (FESS)
  9. 9. RETHINK THE TYPING INTERFACE BETWEEN HUMAN AND MACHINE. The size-shrinkage of mobile computing devices creates the opportunity for new data-entry alternatives
  10. 10. EMERGING CROP IMPROVES NUTRITION, WATER QUALITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT Red and Maroon are areas of drought. As the availability of fresh water decreases and the world population increases, we can promote production of more sustainable crops that require much less water.
  11. 11. FRESH WATER FOR COMMUNITIES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Low capital cost/scalable Minimal environmental impact No grid connection required Hybrid plant water and power Quick & easy to install & maintain Modular package plants enable easy transport/installation Mature technology/reliable partners
  12. 12. MIMICKING NATURE PROVIDES INEXHAUSTIBLE OCEAN MONITORING AND EXPLORING ROBOT Jellyfish inspired robot colony is proposed as a viable solution to ocean exploration and monitoring.
  13. 13. COMMUNITY DESIGNS LEADING EDGE SAILING ROBOT A shape-shifting, open hardware, sailing robot to sense and clean the oceans.
  14. 14. BRIDGING DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY CONSTRUCT ENVIRONMENTALLY ACTIVE CONCRETE COASTAL AND MARINE INFRASTRUCTURES WITHOUT COMPROMISING THEIR ORIGINAL FUNCTION
  15. 15. EL PASO WATER UTILITIES (EPWU) KAY BAILEY HUTCHISON DESALINATION PLANT Transforms a previously unusable supply of brackish groundwater into 27.5 million gallons of potable water per day .
  16. 16. Buildings are responsible for over 40% of global greenhouse gas emissions INTELLICOMMAND TECHNOLOGY REDUCES REAL ESTATE’S CARBON FOOTPRINT
  17. 17. SMALL VESSELS, BIG SCIENCE Tara Expeditions organizes voyages to study and understand the impact of climate change and the ecological crisis facing the world's oceans.
  18. 18. BATFISH - RAPID ASSESSMENT TOWFISH The three factors crucial to bringing an ROV like BATFish to life: speed, size and cost savings
  19. 19. ECOLOGICAL MANGROVE RESTORATION METHOD An economical and efficient 6-Step approach to mangrove restoration which follows basic natural processes.
  20. 20. MULTI-PURPOSE REEFS a type of coastal structure that reduces erosion, enhances marine habitat and provides a valuable recreational resource.
  21. 21. SKYSAILS - SHIPPING'S NEW POWER
  22. 22. CARBON DIOXIDE CAPTURE FROM POWER PLANT
  23. 23. PALLET-LESS STORAGE AND HANDLING SYSTEM Eliminate reliance on wooden pallets and increase storage
  24. 24. Eliminate the Introduction of Toxic Plastics MYCO FLOTATION
  25. 25. SYLVAN CYCLES Scalable solutions for viable low carbon-footprint industrial manufacturing
  26. 26. MATERIAL IQ An online portal to safer material alternatives
  27. 27. BOATS POWERED BY ADSORBED NATURAL GAS Concept already demonstrated for automotive application with a converted bi-fuel Toyota Corolla that has successfully operated on the road for a year.
  28. 28. GICON® Photobioreactor for Microalgae Biomass Production Superior biomass quality, higher plant availability, higher biomass yields and higher surface area productivity.
  29. 29. NEAR REAL-TIME OFFSHORE AND SEAWATER QUALITY MONITORING SYSTEM
  30. 30. VAKAS OF HOPE Generating a wave of sustainability, cultural reawakening, and economic independence for remote Pacific Island communities.
  31. 31. ECOATM An automated, consumer self-serve kiosk that quickly evaluates and buys back used consumer electronics directly from consumers for cash
  32. 32. CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS Well-established natural treatment technology for cleaning wastewater
  33. 33. TETHERED AIR This transportation design is not limited by geography, it can be applied to many unique scenarios where transport is currently impossible or impractical.
  34. 34. RECYCLED ISLAND A proposal to recycle plastic pollution from our oceans to new habitable islands.
  35. 35. PLANTS AND RAINFALL Clarify processes in the bioprecipitation cycle that can be managed to enhance rainfall where needed
  36. 36. AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER CHEMICAL SPACE SURVEYOR The entire ocean chemical space becomes available for characterization and understanding.
  37. 37. DOWNLOAD THE OCEAN The science of oceanography to create data products designed to save fuel, reduce emissions and improve efficiency for the shipping industry
  38. 38. TURNKEY SOLUTIONS FOR INSTRUMENTATION & REMOTE MONITORING
  39. 39. STAGED REALITY SURGICAL SIMULATORS Allow residents to practice complex surgical skills over and over the way you would practice swinging a golf club or playing a musical instrument
  40. 40. AUTONOMOUS CARGO MOVING, HERMES TERMINAL From hundreds of meters away the Hermes system can provide precise range, closing speed and bearing data for last-leg navigation and docking.
  41. 41. KEEPING TOXIC E-WASTE OUT OF LANDFILLS "Cradle to Cradle" Everything is recycled and moved to a new generation as commodity material
  42. 42. OPPOSED-PISTON OPPOSED-CYLINDER (OPOC) ENGINE 30-percent lighter, one-quarter the size, and achieves 50-percent better fuel economy compared with a state-of-the-art, conventional turbo-diesel engine
  43. 43. SUSTAINABILITY/ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS Positively impact environmental health
  44. 44. STORMWATER CAPTURE AND REUSE FOR RECREATION
  45. 45. MARINEXPLORE IS THE OCEAN’S BIG DATA PLATFORM
  46. 46. ENGINEERED CONVERSION OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY COMBINED WITH CARBON CAPTURING FOOD PRODUCTION
  47. 47. WITT ENERGY HARVESTING TRANSMISSION COLLECTING POWER FROM ALL SEA MOTION
  48. 48. ECOSTATION Green Ship Cleaning in Ports
  49. 49. ECO RESINS Replacing petroleum based chemicals with biobased renewable feedstocks
  50. 50. THE WAM-V WAVE ADAPTIVE MODULAR VESSELS
  51. 51. PERSISTENT UNDERSEA PRESENCE THROUGHOUT THE OCEAN Expanding the reach of ocean science, industry and defense.
  52. 52. OPEN NETWORKS UNDERSEA
  53. 53. APOLLO II PHOTOVOLTAIC SHINGLES Generate most or all of the electricity your home uses during the day.
  54. 54. Eliminates Oil Discharge from Commercial Ships SEAWATER LUBRICATED PROPELLER SHAFT BEARING

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