jdcpa1 Thursday, 09/19/19 09:35:06 PM Re: exorcist post# 1580 Post # of 1599 Looking at the DTI Holdings website, they appear to have three core competencies..Energy, Mobility and Health Nano Science. It says they have 6 offices in 5 countries with over 100 staff. US headquarters in California but clearly a global operation.. they are promoting a next generation battery technology, energy efficient mobile technologies and Heath technologies.. seems very interesting.. From their website: DTI Holdings Inc. was founded in June of 2016. Today DTI has 6 offices located in 5 countries. Our team consists of over 100 people. Our global presence enables us to rapidly deploy products across various markets with a local presence. Our Global Headquarters are located in Irvine, CA where our 27,000 square-foot facility is equipped with a state of the art Nanochemistry laboratory, and Biology laboratory. DTI HEALTH We are creating the tools to promote and preserve great health. DTI is creating a truly preventative standard of care to be utilized everywhere in the world. We are developing a platform for the early detection and characterization of illnesses, thereby promoting active health graceful aging.Our application of advanced materials has enabled the invention of extremely sensitive and specific tools, used in clinical, research and therapeutic healthcare applications. DTI MOBILITY Electrifying mobility to foster human potential. DTI is Optimizing the dynamic conversion of various forms of energy to carry the potential of another. Using DTI’s breakthrough Quantum Flash Charge (QFC) technology, we are able to optimize the flow of electricity throughout a battery system to rapidly charge (10x faster than previously possible). This technology could be used in light Electric Vehicles (LEVs DTI ENERGY Inspiring the darkness to appreciate the essence of light. We are developing technology enabling the dynamic optimization of the flow of various forms of energy (not limited to electricity); ultra-high energy density and high capacity graphene-enabled energy storage devices; and industrial chargers and power stations capable of charging (165 e-bikes simultaneously without an increase in charging times.