Disruptive Self‑Cleaning Technology
Innovasonic, Inc. is developing a disruptive self-cleaning technology — PiezoWipe™. It is an active cleaning using ultrasonic energy emitted from an invisible and transparent micro-transducer array integrated with glass or film.
Large Diversified Markets
Innovasonic's wiperless windshield concept moves the cleaning process from a stand-alone equipment (ultrasonic bath) directly to the objects cleanable in the field: car’s or plane’s windshield, window, sunroof, etc. This transition became possible with the development of proprietary PiezoWipe™ technology: ultrasonic micro-transducer arrays.
Sensors self-cleaning (LIDAR & cameras)
One of the obvious troubles is to keep camera and LIDAR lens/window of driverless cars and drones clean from dust and deposits, water drops and rain. PiezoWipe could bring required assurance of sensor systems being alert and accurate all the time, independent of weather conditions.
Solar panels & windows self-cleaning
PiezoWipe automatic cleaning method could be a game changing technology for cleaning solar panels with minimum operational cost. It could be a saver of people's lives and pockets.
Innovasonic’s micro-transducer array integrated with display glass could also enable a multi-fingerprint identification on any area of display and enhanced biometric sensing.
Another opportunity is wireless charging of mobile displays from an external sources of ultrasonic energy, The micro-transducer arrays integrated with entire area of display glass would be a very efficient energy converters.
Corporate Attorney, partner at Velton Zegelman PC., represents technology companies and venture capital funds: corporate transactions, regulatory compliance, licensing, and mergers and acquisitions. Serial entrepreneur: Co-Founder and director at Rolith, Inc. and Innovasonic, Inc, former executive positions at NanoBioNexus, Inc., Universal Stabilization Technologies.
High-tech industry executive and serial entrepreneur with two sold startups and 30+ years of leadership in emerging technologies development. Distinguished inventor with more than 150 Worldwide patents.