The second stage of mobile platform
December 5, 2016- Acroscape announces the second stage of universal communication system or mobile platform. This will bring significant opportunities for growth in IT industry and fundamental changes to the world. The original concept of universal communication system was published in 2001.
An Invention Lab Proposal
May 12, 2014- The invention lab proposal is an organization innovation to facilitate the creation and commercialization of fundamental inventions. Four invention labs, or $100 million per year spent in the right way, will help solve major problems in the world, such as unemployment, economic crises, environmental pollutions, poverty, and world conflicts.
Acroscape Reveals Three Computer Designs
January 17, 2009-Acroscape reveals three computer designs: a pocketbook, a buzbook and a panelbook. The designs will help chip manufacturers, hardware companies and software companies to develop a series of best-selling consumer electronic devices and services for the digital age of communication, news, publication and entertainment. Press release and pictures (page 2).
Personal Transportation System Awarded US Patent
November 27, 2007-The invention of a personal transportation system, Autoway, was awarded a US patent. Autoway offers a comprehensive solution to traffic congestion, energy shortage, air pollution, and traffic safety. The fuel efficiency will be 500 miles per gallon, or 200 kilometers per liter. This will significantly reduce oil dependence and the carbon dioxide emmission contributing to global warming.
How PAT Will Shape the City in the Future
January 20, 2007-Dr. Wu presented some preliminary thoughts about PAT and the city in the future at the technical meeting of Advanced Transit Association. In the future, a city will have three transportation networks: PAT network, road network and trail network. A grape-structured district will be the basic building block of cities of any size. See the complete presentation.
Autoway, A Practical Urban Transportation Mode for 21st Century
September 26, 2005-Acroscape releases practical examples and a roadmap for Autoway deployment, to illustrate Autoway as a comprehensive solution to traffic congestion, energy shortage, air pollution, and traffic safety. This will help government planners, urban architects, transportation engineers, real estate developers, and environmentalists to recognize a commercially viable urban transportation solution. This will also help corporate executives, investors and entrepreneurs to realize the business opportunities of Autoway as the transportation technology for the 21st century. Press release.
Autoway featured in The Urban Transportation Monitor
November 26, 2004-Autoway, a new PRT concept for commuters and light freight, is featured in Product and Industry News in The Urban Transportation Monitor. The Urban Transportation Monitor is the leading source of pertinent knowledge in urban transportation. "It helps one follow current events at a professional level with a depth of factual information."
Autoway, a New Mode of Surface Transportation for 21st Century
November 15, 2004-Acroscape releases the technical design of Autoway, a new mode of surface transportation for 21st century. Autoway is an advanced autonomous transportation system for passengers and light freights, with a focus on commuting and e-commerce. It offers a comprehensive solution to traffic congestion, oil dependence, air pollution, and traffic safety. The publication of the technical design of Autoway will speed up the worldwide development and adoption of the new transportation system. Press release.
IT, Status and Future
October 14, 2004-What is the status of IT industry or what are the criteria to judge the status of IT industry? Whether it is a mature industry or it is an industry ready for rapid growth? The answers have significant consequences not only to the IT industry but also to the whole business world. After a critical assessment of the status of IT industry, we believe that the IT industry is currently in a transition period after the bubble of 2001, and we will be likely to see a business boom in 2007.More information.
People-oriented Universal Communication System Granted Patent
June 1, 2004-Dr. Hengning Wu is awarded a patent for the invention of a people-oriented universal communication system. When Dr. Wu resigned from a leading superconductor company in Denmark to look for opportunities in Northern Virginia in 2000, he knew he would work on something related to computer, but he did not know he would come up with an idea that will address a fundamental problem of communication and the internet. Identity theft, email spam, illegal music file sharing, electronic voting fraud, and frustrating telemarketing calls, all these problems will be solved with the people-oriented universal communication system. The system will unify all the available physical networks and provide a common platform for efficient e-business solutions.
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Autoway featured on the cover of Reston Observer
March 19, 2004- Autoway, an advanced automatic transportation system for passengers and light freights, is featured on the cover of Reston Observer. An editorial titled "What a crazy idea..." further makes a comment: "After years of talking about building the same old Metro train system through the middle of the Dulles Toll Road to connect us in the suburbs to downtown Washington, someone has come across a better idea." "After all, every great invention, every huge step forward by humankind, started with a crazy idea."
Third Generation Superconducting Wires
July 8, 2003- The idea of Third Generation Superconducting Wires has been examined by the US Patent and Trademark Office and is allowed for issuance as a patent. The key for many large-scale applications of high temperature superconductors is the development of commercially viable superconducting wires. The idea of third generation superconducting wires may bring the dreams of a superconducting age into reality.
Idea of Third Generation Superconducting Wires
January 21, 2003- The vast publicity of the discovery of high temperature superconductors in 1987 led many to the conclusion that we were about to enter a superconducting age. People may still remember the excitements about the huge business potentials and significant impacts on civilization. However, after 15 years, people are disappointed at the limited commercial applications. The key for many large-scale applications is the development of commercially viable superconducting wires. The idea of third generation superconducting wires may bring the dreams of a superconducting age into reality. More information.
Method of Making Low Cost Superconducting Wires Awarded US Patent
August 26, 2002- A patent application by Dr. Hengning Wu for a method of making low cost superconducting wires has been examined by the US Patent and Trademark Office and is allowed for issuance as a patent. The cost of superconducting wires is a key issue for the large-scale commercial applications of high temperature superconductors.
Acroscape is active in search of novel processing methods of high temperature superconducting wires.
New Method of Making Superconducting Wires Awarded US Patent
July 24, 2001- Dr. Hengning Wu, president of Acroscape, has received a US patent for
his invention on a new method of making high temperature superconducting wires.
The invention will improve the performance and reduce the cost of wires made of a bismuth-based high temperature
superconductor. This will advance the high temperature superconductor technology one step further towards commercialization.