Potsdam, New York – LC Drives announced today that the company has delivered an electric motor to Bosch Rexroth for evaluation and testing. The companies are exploring its use for a variety of industrial applications where advanced hydraulic and motor technologies can be combined to generate manufacturing process improvements, operational efficiencies, and economic savings.
“We believe the compact but powerful motors from LC Drives have the potential to be used in many of the industrial market segments where Bosch Rexroth enjoys significant market share today,” said Winfried Hegel, vice president systems and solutions at Bosch Rexroth AG. As we look to the future, power density will be an important aspect for the evolution of electrohydraulic industrial applications that Bosch Rexroth supplies,” continued Hegel.
As one of the world’s leading suppliers of drive and control technologies, Bosch Rexroth ensures efficient, powerful, and safe movement in machines and systems of any size. The company offers its customers hydraulics, electric drive and control technology, gear technology, and linear motion and assembly technology, including software and interfaces to the Internet of Things.
“We are happy our discussions with Bosch Rexroth regarding our novel thermal management technology and resulting power-dense electric motors have progressed to the stage of hardware evaluation,” said Russel Marvin, LC Drives Co-Founder and CEO. “Bosch Rexroth is an outstanding, world-class company, and we are privileged to be working with them toward the commercialization of our technology” concluded Marvin.
LC Drives is targeting a variety of applications including marine, industrial, transportation, and wind energy. Applications where space is limited and weight important are ideal for motors or generators from LC Drives.
East Syracuse, NY – Hematology-Oncology Associates of CNY (HOACNY) has installed the IoTRight monitored Indoor Air Quality(IAQ) solution with Active Pure Technology in the Brittonfield, Community and Auburn facilities. This monitored air Purification solution expands the capabilities of the filtration that HOA is currently using within their facilities to address not only COVID 19 but also numerous other air and surface contaminants.
“We are excited to have installed the Active Pure and IoTRight technologies to protect our patients and staff,” explains HOACNY’s CEO, Maryann Roefaro. “Providing the safest environment for our patients and staff and using cutting edge technology is at the core of our mission to provide the highest level of quality care in a healing environment.”
By installing the brand new IoTRight IAQ solution within the existing HVAC systems, HOA is able to fight
and destroy contaminants on surfaces and in the air almost immediately, around the clock and all year
long. Additionally, the monitoring platform ensures that the systems are running effectively and alerts
the staff if there is a problem. This non-stop air purification combats thousands of microscopic
contaminants that not only include COVID-19 but other viruses, mold, odor-causing bacteria, pollen,
mildew and dust.
How It Works:
Air and water molecules are drawn into the ActivePure Air Scrubbers which have been installed into the
buildings’ existing HVAC system. Once inside the air purification system, this technology turns oxygen and
water molecules into pathogen hungry Hydroxyls (friendly-yet-powerful oxidizers) that are dispersed back
into the HOA space. These “healthy” molecules fight and destroy contaminants on surfaces and in the air
in real time.
The IoTRight sensor package is installed in conjunction with the Air Scrubbers to monitor the power to the
unit as well as the humidity and airflow around the Air Scrubber. This information is then sent to the
IoTRight Smart Building platform which enables HOA staff to monitor the effectiveness of the system at
all three locations from a single dashboard. Additionally, the system is set up to send alerts to staff when
there is a problem with any of the Air Scrubbers.
“IoTRight is very excited to partner with HOA to provide our Monitored Air Purification Solution and help
them create a safe and healthy environment for their patients and staff.” says Michael Marley, IoTRight
CEO. “We look forward to expanding our relationship and continuing to develop solutions with HOA.”
The system was installed by Postler and Jaeckle Mechanical Contractors with support from IoTRight. The
Brittonfield location went online in February. This was followed by the Onondaga Hill facility, and most
recently the Auburn facility.
Hematology-Oncology Associates of CNY was established in 1982 with a vision to serve the community
by providing the highest level of quality care to patients dealing with cancer and blood disorders. With
office locations in Auburn, East Syracuse and Onondaga Hill (Syracuse), plus a Wellness Center in
Camillus, HOA continues that vision with a multifaceted team dedicated to holistic, patient-centered
care. The only cancer practice in CNY Certified for Quality by The American Society of Clinical Oncology,
HOACNY also serves as the only certified oncology medical home in New York State.
IoTRight is an innovative IOT Solution provider developing smart building solutions by partnering with
our customers to address their business needs. Based in Syracuse NY, the IoTRight team builds
customer-centric solutions that provide actionable data for not only the efficient management of
your building, but also occupant centric solutions which provide a safe and secure environment in
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Tonquin, the leading on-demand last-mile delivery and logistics platform for the automotive space, is pleased to announce Denise Novak, CPA, and Mike Roe are joining as investors and members of the board of directors. Tonquin is bringing auto part suppliers into the world of automation and connectivity with next generation logistics technology. The new investors and members bring years of experience and leadership to assist the Tonquin team during this high-growth phase of the organization.
Novak has an extensive background in finance, accounting and asset management. She will bring her skills and experience to support the senior leadership team of Tonquin with financial reporting and forecasting as well as innovate on the platform’s big data reporting capabilities. Novak graduated from Ithaca College and serves as the head of fund operations for the Americas at Prudential’s PGIM Real Estate division.
Roe is a seasoned technology leader and finance guru. He is an operating partner at NexPhase Capital Partners as well as the former CEO/president of three successful software startups. Roe’s critical thinking, digital savvy and sound leadership will help guide the growth strategies for Tonquin as well as blocking and tackling opportunities across the market.
Jeff Lyman, CEO of Tonquin, said, “I’m very excited to have these leaders serve on our board, provide guidance and lend their experience to help us navigate the challenges of a high-growth startup.”
Tonquin was founded in 2017 and launched the platform in 2019 with its first paid deliveries in the Syracuse market. Tonquin is headquartered in The Tech Garden. Tonquin is providing services across Syracuse, Rochester and Buffalo and is expanding into the Springfield, Massachusetts, Boston and Hartford, Connecticut areas. Learn more at www.Tonquin.com
LC Drives showcases motor/generator versatility in Electric & Hybrid Marine Technology International publication
April 2021 – The April publication of Electric & Hybrid Marine Technology International features LC Drives and the adaptability of its motors and generators in the marine industry.
The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) - comprising roughly 200 members in 90 countries - is dedicated to protecting the environment through the regulation of harbor emissions. With the establishment of the World Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP), the IAPH is dedicated to working collaboratively with its diverse associates to plan and develop strategies to protect the environment and waterfront communities in conjunction with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) mandate to cut CO2 emissions by 5O% by 2050.
Eget Liber and the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) Establish Partnership to Combat Harmful Algal Blooms
Eget Liber, a UAS startup and previous GENIUS NY accelerator program participant, is partnering with the U.S. Army's Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) to validate the company's water preserving technology in freshwater lakes to combat harmful algal blooms.
Eget Liber prides itself on being an eco-friendly company that is providing new technologies for tackling environmental issues without adversely affecting the fragile environment. They are currently working on a multi-vehicle response to mitigating toxic algae.
To learn more about Eget Liber, please visit eget-liber.com/
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He is also a serial entrepreneur and member of the Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only community for world-class CIOs, CTOs and technology executives. In this role, he recently had two Forbes articles published: Getting Started with Drones: What Business Leaders Need to Know and STEM Drone Programs Are Creating Career Pathways For Today's Modern Workforce.
Iterate Labs, which specializes in wearable digital technology for the poultry industry, has raised more than $1 million in seed funding. Monozukuri Ventures led the investments, joined by Tyson Ventures, the venture capital arm of Tyson Foods, Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator (ERA) and Ray Muzyka.
Standard Hydrogen Corporation (SHC) and National Grid Establish Partnership for Development and Deployment of Hydrogen Infrastructure
Standard Hydrogen Corporation (SHC) and National Grid have recently established a partnership for development and deployment of hydrogen infrastructure. The first activity under this partnership will introduce the first SHC Energy Transfer System™ (ETS), which is planned for the capital region of New York, pending regulatory approval.
SparkCharge Partners with Mark Cuban, Allstate, Spiffy and others to Launch BoostEV, the World’s First On-demand Mobile EV Charging Network
SparkCharge, the creator of the portable electric vehicle charging system the Roadie, is partnering with Allstate Roadside, Spiffy, HONK Technologies, and Mark Cuban to launch BoostEV, an on-demand mobile EV charging network.
Farm to Flame Energy recently won a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I EPA Grant for $100,000 to help commercialize its fuel processor which provides scalable, end-to-end electricity generation systems for underserved communities. These grants are highly selective, with only one or two awarded per state per cycle.