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Submarine Drone, Inc. adds contemporary technological sophistication to marine exploration at depth. While remote-controlled underwater vehicles for subsurface exploration have been in use for decades, technological progress has enabled the sophisticated coupling of standard sensors for the in-situ measurement of salinity, turbidity, ph, etc., and a double-function video system offering real-time monitoring from a remote station. At the same time, a simultaneous enhanced record is made for a thorough future review. It also features automatic controls of inclination, orientation, and depth, inertial navigation algorithms, and stability-controlled vision. The remotely operated Submarine Drone has been developed to explore shallow waters (up to 70 meters). The submarine drone has been tested and proved helpful in support of search and rescue operations, supervision and support of situational intervention with divers, an inspection of submarine oil, gas, electricity, and water lines, among others, and the inspection of dams and reservoirs, sedimentation/oxidation pits, and ship hulls. The application of modern technology to the discovery and real-time examination of our planet’s most unique and least-explored resource environment is the goal of Submarine Drone, Inc.


Olympic eGames , Inc. is the corporation in charge of developing, supervising, and managing all matters concerning online international video game competitions. It is the owner of all rights associated with the games’ operations and symbols, including global transmission rights in all media and management of all advertising and other associated activities, according to previously established agreements. Additionally, Olympic eGames, Inc. is responsible for selecting the host city for each contest cycle and planning, updating, and approving the competition schedules and programs.
In just a few decades, the videogame industry has gone from being a mere technological curiosity with limited appeal to an entertainment industry of worldwide scope and influence. Despite its economic significance and effects on product design, marketing, media, and consumption, the videogames sector has continued to rely on distinctive innovation, adapting to rather than originating new trends and finding new markets as they appear rather than creating new directions that foster the growth of the business. Olympic eGames, Inc. will be a significant step towards bringing this scattered market into a focused globalized industry with the transgenerational appeal.


Silicon Valley TV, Inc. is an interactive audiovisual television channel solely dedicated to all things essential to Silicon Valley. The Valley is deemed by many to be the world´s premier center for high-technology innovation and development. It has been the cradle of the companies which have been the prime motivators of transcendental technological change in research methodology, scalable production processes, and interpersonal relations, as well as many other aspects of daily life in our time. This technology has undoubtedly affected our view of contemporary life. Though there are several broadcast and cable television channels based in and around the Valley, there are no audiovisual media that reflect conceptually or editorially its unique peculiarities. SiliconValley TV, Inc. has as its particular focus not merely the Valley’s scientific and technological aspects but also its enterprising personalities, evolutionary development, and future direction. SVTV brings the Valley to life.


Ozone Biotech, Inc. identifies potential uses for ozone in the health sector, developing and marketing innovative methods for sterilization, deodorization, water, and air decontamination, destruction of bacteria and harmful molecules, and many other processes, all based on the highly oxidizing properties of the O3 molecule. Ozone is a gas present in the troposphere, where it acts as a protective barrier shielding the surface of the Earth from ultraviolet rays, and thus is one of the essential elements in the preservation of life on our planet. Additionally, its highly oxidizing properties have permitted its use in eliminating toxic smoke and air deodorizing and cleanup and water disinfection processes. It is three times more efficient and thousands of times faster than bleach in these applications. Its use as a sterilant has been characteristically focused on devices used in invasive medical procedures, such as catheters, acting as an adequate substitute for UV rays, and recently as an antiseptic in dental treatments. Additionally, it has been used in structural air ventilation systems to combat “sick building syndrome.


Nano University, Inc. makes the formal and methodical pursuit of knowledge available to a universe of persons interested in becoming professionals in various fields. Nano University, Inc. combines theoretical learning with day-to-day practice and the competitive advantages of the modern globalized world. Accessing information created by accredited academicians and optimizing the use of student's time and the virtual resources offered by the Internet is the focus of Nano University, Inc., and making these features available in multiple languages on a technologically-sophisticated platform. The prestige of globally renowned universities expanding their frontiers to reach more people in more places reinforces new communication trends focusing on education and training. Nano University, Inc. offers online education based on the latest technologies highly sought after in the labor market, including:
•Robotics•Drones•3D printing•Genetic engineering•Solar/renewable energy •Biotechnology •Aerospace studies•Videogame design•Sensor technology


Superabsorbent Hydrogel, Inc. is using technology developed at Simon Bolivar University for synthesizing hydrogels having two or more orders of magnitude greater capacity to absorb substances dissolved in water than comparable products currently on the market. These hydrogels are flexible three-dimensional networks of polymer chains whose elements are connected in a novel way developed by the University to enhance their absorptive ability. 
An essential feature of this hydrogel is that it is biodegradable and thus naturally decomposes. Its most common current applications are in water purification and wastewater treatment and the development of personal hygiene products such as diapers and sanitary napkins. A developing application is in the area of the treatment of microtia, a genetic deformation of the outer ear; the hydrogel is introduced in its dry state into the patient's external ear; the liquid is gradually introduced into the treatment site allowing the ear to grow and in time, to reach its desired size and form. This reduces the number of surgical interventions required to achieve the desired result. The most promising current trend is using these synthesized hydrogels in combination with nanocomposites in biomedical applications mainly related to the dosage and delivery of therapeutic materials. The potential for patentability of these unique hydrogels is very positive.


Intelligent Prosthetics, Inc. will be responsible for developing, manufacturing, and marketing intelligent knee prostheses for patients who have had transfemoral amputations. A prototype has already been developed and tested in the laboratories of Simon Bolívar University, and its effectiveness has been proven in volunteer patients. The incidence of amputation of the lower leg is on the increase worldwide, mainly due to traffic accidents and land mines, and a prosthesis providing a better quality of life for the injured persons represents not only an, unfortunately, growing niche but also a significant contribution to society as a whole.


Coke X, Inc. has developed a process for “purifying” coke, the residue of the destructive distillation of coal or crude oil. In the absence of this process, coke is generally treated as a waste product because it is contaminated with metals and thus challenging to dispose of in an environmentally responsible manner. Coke X, Inc. uses proprietary microwave technology to extract sulfur and metals from the carbon-rich residue of power generation. Through this process, sulfur, vanadium, and nickel are extracted from oil coke and flexicoke (petcoke) simultaneously and expeditiously without destroying the carbon matrix, thus enabling the use of the purified carbon residue in multiple industrial processes, such as the manufacture of anodes used in the aluminum industry or as a reducing agent in the creation of steel. The conversion process is expeditious, accomplished in less than 30 minutes, and efficient, with extraction percentages above 70 percent.  Through this clean technology, large amounts of what was a waste product of petroleum refining, which has always been a significant environmental liability, have been converted into products with high commercial value. On a planet that is highly contaminated by the industrial processes developed by human intelligence, it is necessary to change lifestyles and responsibly and consciously engage in the preservation of life itself.


The 3D Factory, Inc. is a 3D printing and production facility for manufacturing tangible objects in large quantities. The use of 3D printing to produce custom-made pieces is increasing; once tested, these objects could be created en masse. However, the time needed to create an item on a 3D printer is still inconveniently long. To alleviate this “bottleneck” in production, the 3D Factory, Inc. offers an independent manufacturing facility with the most advanced 3D printing equipment and the most incredible diversity of materials, thus, making cost-effective production feasible, efficient, and commercially viable. This application of high-throughput and high-quality manufacturing processes expands the possibilities of any international creator to enter the global marketplace through a suite of services facilitating scaled-up production to meet demand as it develops.


Ligo is developing an application based on fingerprint recognition to create a global database.


There is nothing more personal than fingerprints, and Ligo users, through this database, will be able to securely manage essential data such as banking or personal health information; access and control connected electronic equipment (many examples of which already exist); exchange information and transfer data more simply as through Ligo we can selectively give information to any person anywhere. Thus Ligo, through streamlined electronic coding, will promote efficiency in daily work and personal activities and reduce the use of paper and other resources, and so help to preserve the environment. Ligo points the way to the future of information sharing in a highly connected world.


Artificial Cornea, Inc., through its application of protocols developed at the Tissue Bioengineering Lab of Simon Bolivar University, may offer new hope for millions worldwide who suffer from blindness caused by disease or injury to the cornea. Artificial Cornea, Inc. is responsible for manufacturing the artificial cornea, the lens which focuses light on the retina and creates the image in the eye. Composed of a hydrogel or polymer that can store a large amount of water in its structure, it functions as a replacement for the damaged tissue. Regenerative medicine is a field with the potential for exponential growth. As it grows, it will attract capital investments worth millions of dollars worldwide. The Tissue Bioengineering Lab of Simon Bolivar University has significant experience generating replacement corneal tissue. Through this connection, Artificial Cornea, Inc. is a leading developer of this critical medical material.


ModuHabitat offers the residential and commercial construction market a cutting-edge product, generating innovative structures that balance quality, technology, functionality, and aesthetics. Through prefabrication, ModuHabitatenables quick, robust, efficient, and more economical construction than traditional ground-up construction. It offers a stable structure, fully portable to the site. Thanks to the design of its floors, ceilings, and load-bearing walls capable of evenly transmitting loads to the ground, ModuHabitat delivers monolithic, seismically resistant, 28m2 modules which can be stacked up to two floors high in any combination required by the client. Module materials meet sustainability requirements, may be placed dry, and are recyclable.


Quorum offers the implementation of advanced control systems for residential and commercial buildings. Modern society is infused with mobile technology, whether through cell phones or laptop computers. Intelligent Buildings were born of the need to apply that flexible technology to construct public or private residential or commercial buildings. Quorum uses state-of-the-art technology to creatively satisfy all the fundamental property needs relevant to the four essential construction principles: structure, system, administration, and service.


Artificial Skin, Inc. encourages and supports the development and production of artificial human skin. When combined with ozone and larval therapies, artificial skin provides positive and efficient results for the most expeditious and most minor painful recovery of patients with compromised dermal conditions. It even substantially reduces scarring resulting from surgery. It is a microfibrillar and biosynthetic, a pure cellulose film that is an ideal temporary substitute for skin, having a very similar structure. The first applications of artificial skin were in cases of a temporary need for the skin. At the same time, the body healed itself, such as in severe burns, bed sores and other dermal ulcers, surgical incisions, excoriations, or other traumatic injuries. Artificial Skin, Inc. will be at the forefront of developing new and increasingly sophisticated technology as it matures.


180 High Tech Labs, Inc. offers state-of-the-art technology laboratory services to researchers in all realms of human knowledge. Through strategic alliances with various universities and other public and private entities, 180 High Tech Labs, Inc. presents creative thinkers with the opportunity to access equipment to facilitate their studies at an affordable cost without the budgetary limitations related to purchasing expensive specialized tools and equipment, developing proper facilities and employing highly qualified staff. 180 High Tech Labs, Inc. is a “one-stop shop” for the requirements of scientific research.


Genetic Engineering, Inc. is dedicated to seeking and promoting the development of genetic engineering applications in medicine, the pharmaceutical industry, food production, and environmental cleanup. Genetic engineering involves transferring genes from one being to another of the same or different species. As a result of this process, “transgenic organisms” exist whose genome has been modified with genes from other species. These organisms are principally employed to produce drugs and medicines, enhance agricultural and farming production, and in gene therapy. In short, Genetic Engineering, Inc. explores the development of any application that can benefit human beings.


Exponential Medicine, Inc. identifies, supports, and promotes new authors developing practical applications to solve age-old health issues, disrupting traditional approaches and incentivizing the search for scientific knowledge acquired through fieldwork. Exponential Medicine, Inc. offers a total package sustaining further research and development of products once their efficacy has been sufficiently established.


Life on Earth depends on water; humans and our fellow creatures, both animal and vegetal are mostly water; seventy percent of the planet's surface is covered with water. Unfortunately, most of this water is saline and thus unusable to most land-based creatures, and the water demand is endlessly increasing. However, the amount of usable water is not. Removing salt from seawater has long been thought of as a solution to the problem of lack of fresh water. Still, the desalination processes available for use have been deemed impractical for several reasons, two of which are the energy required to accomplish desalination and the technical demands of the equipment available. With the support of thorough scientific research, Solar Desal, Inc. has developed a seawater desalinator featuring sustainable equipment with low energy consumption and meeting ecological standards. The equipment produces at least 25 to 40 liters of fresh water per day, using the sun as its energy source. Additionally, the equipment is easily and quickly installed, requires minimal maintenance, is highly replicable and portable, and perhaps best of all, requires low financial investment, all of which make Solar Desal, Inc. an ideal partner in satisfying the growing global need for fresh water.


Cartilage X, Inc. is a team of professionals specializing in Biomechanics from Simon Bolívar University. They have innovated a technological process to treat microtia, a congenital outer ear deformity. Microtia may take four forms: a slightly smaller appearing ear, a partial ear; the absence of an outer ear with only a minimal external structure; and the total absence of the outer ear. Statistics reflect a significant incidence of this defect. Over the years, surgeons developed a process for the reconstruction of a patient’s ear involving a complicated series of operations that included extracting the patient’s costal cartilage and reconstructing the ear. The Cartilage X, Inc. team created ear implants through tissue engineering, thus achieving a more detailed reconstruction of ears for patients with this pathology. They developed a less invasive process applying 3D printing technology using biocompatible materials that reduces the number of surgeries, facilitates the specialist’s work, reduces the operation time, and, most importantly, from the patient’s point of view, offers better compatibility and aesthetic results.


Nelib, Inc. offers its clients the use of technology developed at Simon Bolivar University for the neutralization of “red mud,” a highly toxic byproduct of the production of aluminum. This detoxification process yields water vapor and a clay-like solid with the best possibility of further treatment to recover otherwise inaccessible materials such as bauxite and caustic soda, which may be re-used in other industrial processes. The Nelib, Inc. process has been patented in Venezuela.


The American Patent Corporation, Inc. proposes to design and implement a Patent Bank, which will enable drawing up, consolidating, and managing all the information related to the patent process, from the birth of the initial idea to the registration of the patent. This is some of the most demanding work involved with new ideas, techniques, and products: following up and documenting the development process of a patentable invention. Scientists focus, as may be expected, on research, testing, and developing their work, leaving others the documentation of the process as seen from the outside. Generally, intelligent follow-up rests in the minds of one or more people, and the consolidation of this information depends on word-of-mouth. The existing tools are only a repository of information, lacking intelligent coordination, which would provide valuable data that may suggest a rational basis for further development.


Graphene, Inc. has as a primary goal the development of 3D printing applications using graphene, a carbon-based crystalline material with unique features. It has strength(what kind?) superior to steel, surface hardness similar to diamond, elasticity, flexibility, transparency, excellent thermal and electrical conductivity, high density coupled with lightweight, minimal chemical reactivity, resistance to ionizing radiation, and antibacterial properties. Materials with unique properties, such as graphene have always driven the development of a broad range of disruptive products, revolutionizing and expanding the world of possibilities associated with their industrial and consumer applications. Markets created by these materials include polymers such as nylon and Teflon and the many uses of titanium, among others. The properties of graphene endow it with practically unlimited potential uses that range from lining surfaces to increase their durability, manufacturing transparent films which are flexible, and elastic thermoelectric conductors useful in a vast array of mobile devices. With this material available for commercial and industrial use, developing a market for innovative articles and objects made of graphene could revolutionize our daily lives.


Cavitation X, Inc., in conjunction with Simon Bolivar University in Venezuela and the Universite de Technologie de Belfort-Montbeliard in Sevens, France, is developing a technology that allows making and repairing marine propellers and hydroelectric turbine impellers with resistance to cavitation erosion. Cavitation occurs when a ship propeller or hydroelectric turbine impeller rotates at high speeds forming thousands of tiny bubbles on the surface of these parts. As these bubbles quickly collapse, the implosions will cause shock wave damage to the characters. This damage results in erosion of the surface at a rate of up to 10 millimeters per year and can ultimately reach the interior of the material. Marine propellers and hydroelectric turbines are costly items, so reducing cavitation erosion in them is a subject of great interest. Cavitation X, Inc. and associated researchers have developed special alloys whose corrosion resistance can be up to 35 times greater than conventional alloys, which means that savings of tens of millions of dollars could be possible. This developing technology offers prospective patents of worldwide interest.


Regenerative Medicine, Inc., in conjunction with the Department of Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine of Simon Bolivar University, currently has three advanced products available and ready to enter the commercial pipeline.

One of these products is a means of preserving corneas for transplants. This system is quite competitive in international markets, and one of its most significant advantages is that it can be marketed in Latin America.

Another product from Regenerative Medicine, Inc. is membranes for treating burns and dermal ulcers. These membranes have a significant advantage over currently available products in their bioengineered use of living cells, allowing treatment of patients with extensive, difficult-to-resolve skin injuries, reducing the chance of rejection, and promoting repair of these tissues.
The last of these pioneering products is a system of nerve guides which is now in its final stage of in vitro/in vivo evaluation, with excellent results. These guides function as a bridge between segments of nerves that injuries have severed. Using these guides promotes the regeneration of nerve tissue and recovery of muscle activity. This product is more innovatively designed than similar products currently in the market and is a beautiful part of the therapeutic process.


Variable Rigidity Actuators, Inc. working in conjunction with the Biomechanics Laboratory of Simon Bolivar University, has developed a device that combines knowledge of human anatomy with electronics and mechanics to simulate the performance of muscles. This innovative technological combination has had a high impact on the quality of life of people who are amputees, who have suffered a stroke, or who are otherwise permanently physically disabled. This device is a muscle actuator that offers a variable range of resistance or stiffness that can be incorporated into exoskeletons, active joint prostheses, mechanical arms, or robots.

This Variable Rigidity Actuator has three main features: security in interaction with the user, the ability to leverage energy accumulated during its operation, and the reduction in size and price of its components.

It is safer than actuators currently available on the market as it involves flexible elastic elements and a control system that can regulate response to external shocks, making it resilient to impacts from external objects, other people, or the user. These elastic components also store the energy generated during operation, allowing its electronically controlled accumulation and release. This energy storage-release cycle makes it far more efficient than conventional actuators.
The Variable Rigidity Actuator can be incorporated into rehabilitative exoskeletons for patients with musculoskeletal disabilities. It includes hip, knee, and ankle joint position control and provides the necessary rigidity in each location throughout the gait cycle to emulate natural function and motion.


Real-Time Virtualization, Inc. replaces space-consuming, cumbersome physical sets and props for audiovisual production with high-quality, highly realistic virtual objects. An efficient technological tool available for the production of audiovisual content can replace all the vast investment in buildings and real property, human resources, and technically obsolete processes now permanently dedicated to a single output. Real-Time Virtualization, Inc. can save television content providers' expense, time, and physical space and can provide virtualized objects which can be rapidly modified as needed without entering into logistical complications and thus are adaptable to any requirement. Through Real-Time Virtualization, Inc., users can avail themselves of an immense library of 3D designs which can be modified to fit their needs through specialized software. Clients will have a limitless selection of stages and props which can be used in any space. They will have an infinite number of sets at their fingertips in their studios which can be used as often as required since they can be up and running in a matter of seconds at the speed of electronic download from Real-Time Virtualization, Inc.’s web page.


Exoskeleton X, Inc. is a project of the Bioelectromechanical Laboratory of the Group for Research and Development at Venezuela’s Simon Bolívar University (Grupo de Investigación y Desarrollo en Mecatrónica de la Universidad Simón Bolívar). This multidisciplinary team of highly qualified scientific researchers was created to generate innovative and sustainable projects incorporating biological, electronic, and mechanical disciplines. They conceptualized a “Lower Lumbar Exoskeleton” to help people severely disabled by lower back injuries or congenital disabilities to walk. This exoskeleton works articulately with an intelligent prosthesis and modern orthotics technology currently in development. An important value added by this project is a significant reduction in production costs because the product would be manufactured locally in the country with export quality but at a lower price compared with other commercial options available in the current world market.


Genetic Engineering, Inc. is dedicated to seeking and promoting the development of genetic engineering applications in medicine, the pharmaceutical industry, food production, and environmental cleanup. Genetic engineering involves transferring genes from one being to another of the same or different species. As a result of this process, “transgenic organisms” exist whose genome has been modified with genes from other species. These organisms are principally employed to produce drugs and medicines, enhance agricultural and farming production, and in gene therapy. In short, Genetic Engineering, Inc. explores the development of any application that can benefit human beings.


Digital Camouflage, Inc. can create new fabrics and design new uniforms using digital technology to simulate natural environments. This technology uses advances in nanotechnology and image analysis to enhance mimicry of local flora, fauna, and other environmental factors leading to new camouflage and precision concealment or cover-up techniques. Digital Camouflage, Inc. is tasked with the design of IT programs designed to provide intelligence and military defense services with materials and methods fully adapted to any territory, climate, or other eco-space, as well as the creation of digital tools to test these scenarios.

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