The birth of CleverHaus

This new technology make me anxious to learn as much as possible about the industry and future capabilities, needs, and possibilities of a globally connected world.  The job growth and markets created by companies implementing necessary and world-changing products in this industry of energy dispersal and data communications will lead to an inevitably efficient and happy Earth.  We must remind ourselves and keep in mind that the Earth is the master of homeostasis.  It is the most complex system local to us that can take care of itself.  Our directive is to seek to implement these technologies to work in partnership and harmony to utilize its bountiful resources and connect to the Universe in a new and beneficial way.  Progress is a symptom of communication and reactive sensing.  It is something that your body does automatically.  Why should the relationship between humans, plants, animals, water, and all other resources differ?  Keeping the Earth happy is the key to keeping humanity’s reach to extending through time and space.

Wireless Energy Available Now

I had to let more people know about the new products that are about to change the face of the planet.  This technology has been around for over 100 years (thanks to our friend Tesla).  But, the geniuses at MIT have finally arrived at a solution that makes wireless power commercially viable.

The use of wireless power coupled with smart energy products and smart house technology such as those provided by Lumia Ent. and their CleverHaus division will eventually provide users with the ability to monitor power consumption and decide when and where to issue energy.  These zones’ energy usage will be dictated by embedded algorithms and manual commands switching the strong-coupled induction coils that are part of Witricity.  You will rest soundly with subconscious awareness that essential devices are receiving power and replenishing their capacitors, while other areas of the home not in use are voided of residual and transient energy consumption commonly attributed to indefinitely plugged-in transforming power supplies and other resistive devices.

http://blog.ted.com/2009/08/wireless_electr.php

Lumia Enterprises Winners of Digi Contest

I am currently working with design team that intends to take the title of this Post. We hope to be the next winners of the Digi Wireless Design contest with our CleverHaus products. The CleverHaus hardware will be monitored remotely through the mobile application software developed by the MADD division. These groups work closely to ensure that all products are of the highest quality and function with flawless execution. The main focus of Lumia Enterprises is to deliver the simplest, efficacious, and most robust home network possible. The indirect goal of this accomplishment is realized in the smart energy savings throughout the life of the home. Lumia Enterprises delivers self-appreciating home systems that increase the value of your home while decreasing the value of expenses due to energy and security (i.e. heating, cooling, entertainment, home-network, remote visual surveillance, and communication).

Check out the quick live mix that I created last night between programming, design layout, and general brainstorming. It’s entitled Shared Omniscience Volume VII.

Nose back to grindstone.

http://engineeringtv.com/blogs/etv/archive/2009/05/04/digi-wireless-design-contest.aspx

Application Development is Underway…

Siwa

I have recently been working with a development company, Lumiaent.com designing applications for the iPhone, Blackberry Mobile, Windows Mobile, and Android enabled devices.  This is within the Mobile Application Development and Design (MADD) segment of the company.  Future participation with this company will be in wireless sensor design (specifically mesh topologies) for application in smart houses (CleverHaus division).  CleverHaus not only installs systems, but also consults on ways to automate and view the home via remote applications and interfaces including hardware and software development.  Smart energy utilization via wireless sensor technology is also a hot-product due to recent ecological preservation philosophies (i.e. the Green Revolution).  Many states offer rebates on these home updates and some clients even find themselves producing enough energy to sell excess green energy back to the utility.  On-site Infrared (IR) inspections for preventative maintenance as well as Radio Frequency (RF) audits for Link Budget, Noise Floor, and Free Space Loss calculations can be performed as well.

Several applications within the MADD sector of Lumia Enterprises involve the use of audio file formats designed specifically for collaboration between DJ’s.  This is especially helpful when DJ partners’ homes are located in different cities, or even continents.  User interface is simplified and streamlined with most logic being performed on the “cloud” contributing to much higher data throughput rates than possibly achieved by the on-board processor alone.

For further information on Lumia Enterprises, please feel free to contact them directly at their site (www.lumiaent.com), or contact the Administrator.

And so, the journey begins…

You are about to be engulfed in the world of a creative mind. There is an infinitesimal supply of creative individuals throughout the universe. This blog will venture to capture one of those minds in rich visual media format. The intended purpose is a moderately permanent visual exposition of the intangible located on the tangible neural network of Earth’s world-wide web of data.

Prepare for delight!

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