Inventi aims to solve the heat problem that exists in all areas of power conversion and upgrade the 130 year old transformer to xPath future-ready solutions with a technology company that thinks environmentally, strategically, and wants to make a difference in energy utilization, transportation, distribution and consumption. Below is our interview with Gary Davi from Inventi:
Q: Gary, what’s your startup story?
A: We are working on “hardware smart” solutions in the energy sector. Our first release is surrounding the electricity conversion process where a large percentage of energy is lost as heat from the naturally occurring electromagnetic field that is created through today’s transformer technology. In short, using physics, we have reinvented the 130 year old transformer. The invention scales into all areas where AC is converted.
Q: How did Inventi start?
A: We are a team of physicists, innovators, and seasoned inventors that focus on big problems and big solutions specific to the energy sector. When we make a decision to go down the road of invention we always begin that road with economics and forward thinking- looking ahead five years down the road.
In our studies we clearly saw a need to have “hardware smart” innovations which utilize physics and not just new engineering, as the lowest layer is the hardware. We notice a lot of great innovation and intelligence in software. Software can be smart and help with efficiency and intelligence but it will never be as strong as if the hardware was “smart” first. Example: you cannot protect against Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) with software. Hardware smart can.
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Q: Could you explain the function and advantages of your xPath Technology?
A: xPath is the electricity conversion process re-invented. xPath technology is a new form of electricity transformation and distribution which through destructive interference eliminates (cancels out) the electromagnetic field which is a by-product created by the flow of electrons.
The presence of the electromagnetic field represents a large percentage of energy wasted and it’s what is responsible for creation of heat in transformers of today. By cancelling out the electromagnetic field through our dual magnetic path design, we allow more current to travel which extends many benefits such as doubling the capacity of a wire, line loss, and yet others in safety and security such as solving the EMP vulnerability. Our internationally patented technology runs at room temperature and creates little to no heat and scales into all areas of electricity conversion.
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Q: Could you tell us something more about your strategy to sell or license your intellectual property?
A: We plug into all areas of electricity conversion. Xpath technology upgraded transformers are strategic assets that over time become a new profit center as today’s “acceptable losses” are now usable, utilized. Since technology companies are our core competency and are frankly more interested in change, solving problems, and making a difference, our strategy is to get our technology in-front of companies like Apple, Google, Cicso, and Intel to implement xPath technology in areas that would strategically benefit them and then others because of them while they enjoy the licensing profits.
Q: What can we expect from you in next six months?
A: We hope to solve the heat problem that exists in all areas of power conversion and upgrade the 130 year old transformer to Xpath future-ready solutions with a technology company that thinks environmentally, strategically, and wants to think and make a difference in energy utilization, transportation, distribution and consumption. Think Grid 2.0Activate Social Media: