Spiral Energy Technology, Inc. DROP
The Company is currently focused on two business initiatives: developing and commercializing the Company’s SkyPorts drone support technology, and developing and commercializing the Company’s XTRAX® remote monitoring system, each as described further below.
SkyPorts Drone Support Technology
The Company’s primary focus is developing technology and commercializing its proprietary SkyPorts drone support technology and Energy Demand Network, or “EDEN”. This technology enables the long distance flight required for drone-based commerce without the need for drones to return “home” every 15 minutes to recharge. The technology allows a drone operator to travel many miles outside of its “home range” allowing for a flight path of numerous miles limited only by our EDEN network of SkyPorts. This network is initially being developed for use in several states with proposed future plans for nationwide deployment.
Conventional long distance flight planning requires combustion engines with fuel bladders or tanks that would allow drones to cover large distances. However, it is expected that government regulatory agencies will not be permitting their mass deployment due to the nature of their volatile design. The Company has designed and is currently developing the modular SkyPorts allowing for the recharging of electrical powered drones for long distant flight and commercial applications. Home deliveries and business-to-business applications will be able to thrive regionally with national capabilities, assuming we complete development of the SkyPorts and the Federal Aviation Agency (“FAA”) and other possible regulators approve commercial drone usage.
Because this technology is in the early stages of development, there can be no assurances the Company will successfully develop a working prototype or succeed in mass-producing the technology at a cost that is not prohibitively expensive, or that the technology, once-developed, will be successfully commercialized or gain widespread traction with consumers.
Products and Services
Upon the completion of development and commercialization efforts, the Company expects its primary business to consist of building out the network of SkyPorts, then executing the business model of annual memberships and monthly access fees for each drone enrolled. The SkyPorts will be installed on commercial rooftops or be land-based, where applicable, in order to allow commercial establishments to distribute their wares or delivery services to offer faster-than-overnight delivery. The range of applications runs from agricultural inspections and monitoring to pharmacy and fast food deliveries. The SkyPorts will be strategically installed and maintained by the Company in a given market, and drones desiring access to the network will enroll in the EDEN program with an annual enrollment charge and a monthly access fee.
After enrollment, clients will license our software and purchase adaptable hardware that will enable the drone to navigate anywhere the client needs to deliver the package. Advanced technology allows for this task to be accomplished to within a close proximity of the given target. However, to eliminate errant landings, a “mobile landing pad” will be distributed to all recipients who wish to make use of drone deliveries that require hyper-accurate landings and delivery locations. This will be accomplished through the use of low-level beacons embedded in a durable two-foot by two-foot landing mat that focus the done on a given spot. The mat size is designed to ensure that the client places it in a safe area; if the mat is able lay flat, it is in a good location. We expect this design will allow the drone to land both securely and in the exact spot desired.
Effective October 27, 2014, Brian Tuffin, Richard S. Hutchings, and Reginald Hollinger resigned as directors of Fuse Science, Inc. (the “Company”) and Ezra Green, the Company’s Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Secretary and Treasurer, and Gelvin Stevenson were appointed as directors of the Company. Mr. Green was also appointed as Chairman of the Company’s Board of Directors, effective October 27, 2014.
Ezra Green, 52. Mr. Green was appointed our Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Secretary, and Treasurer and has served in such role since the closing of the merger between the Company, the Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary and Spiral Energy Tech, Inc. on October 1, 2014. Mr. Green has served as the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and a director of Spiral Energy Tech, Inc. since April 25, 2013. Mr. Green has served as the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer and a director of Northern Wind Energy Corp. since October 15, 2013, the President, Chief Executive Officer and sole director of Carbon 612 Corporation since September 2008 and the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Clear Skies Solar, Inc. since December 20, 2007. Ezra Green has been involved with renewable energy companies for thirteen years and founded Clear Skies Group, Inc. (Clear Skies Solar, Inc.’s operating subsidiary) in 2003. Prior to launching Clear Skies Group, Inc., Mr. Green was a successful entrepreneur and founded TAL Design & Construction in 1990, a general contracting firm. Mr. Green has 25 years of experience in the construction business, including those in which he led TAL Design & Construction to top rankings for excellence and customer satisfaction as stated in The Franklin Report. TAL Design & Construction consulted on interior design and performed high-end commercial and residential construction in New York City and Long Island. Mr. Green began his career as a software engineer and programmer. Mr. Green’s general business and management background qualify him to be a director of the Company .
Gelvin Stevenson, 69. Dr. Stevenson was appointed as a director of Spiral Energy Tech, Inc. on October 3, 2013. Dr. Stevenson is an economist and has served as an Associate Professor of Environmental Economics at Pratt Institute since 2006. He has served as a director of Northern Wind Energy Corp. since October 15, 2013 and as a director of Clear Skies Solar, Inc. from 2007 through March 2012. Dr. Stevenson is the Managing Director of Greentech Investors Forum, which showcases emerging greentech companies at monthly forums, and consults for the clean energy industry. Dr. Stevenson has been an Investment Consultant to the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin for over 15 years, and served as Director of Investment Responsibility for the NYC Comptroller's Office in 1992, when it managed over $40 billion in pension funds. Dr. Stevenson was Associate Economic and Corporate Finance Editor at Business Week magazine from 1977 to 1984, and his writings have appeared in the Business and the Real Estate Sections of the New York Times, New York Magazine and elsewhere. Dr. Stevenson formerly held a Series 7 securities license and is currently a Public Arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (formerly NASD). Dr. Stevenson holds a Bachelor of Arts from Carleton College and both a Master of Arts and a Ph.D. from Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Stevenson’s qualifications to be a director of the Company include his general business experience and experience in the renewable energy industry.
Filed for Patent protection in the U.S. and foreign countries for the proprietary Drone support technology
Nov 20, 2014 (ACCESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- LONG ISLAND, NY / ACCESSWIRE / November 20, 2014 / Spiral Energy Tech, Inc., ("SETI"), a Fuse Science (otc pink:DROP) (pinksheets:DROP) subsidiary, today announced that it has filed for Patent protection in the U.S. and foreign countries for the proprietary Drone support technology, Energy Demand Network or "EDEN". The proprietary technology enables the long distance flight required for drone based commerce without the need to return "home" every 15 minutes to recharge. The technology allows a drone operator to travel many miles outside of its "home range" allowing for a flight path of numerous miles limited only by our EDEN network of SkyPorts. This network is being developed for several states with planned nationwide deployment.
Conventional long distance flight planning requires combustion engines with fuel bladders or tanks that would allow it to cover large distances however it is expected that government regulatory agencies will not be permitting their mass deployment due to the nature of their design. SETI has designed and is currently developing the modular SkyPorts allowing for the "refueling" of electrical powered drones for long distant flight and commercial applications. Home deliveries and business-to-business applications will be able to thrive regionally with national capabilities.