Technologies of the Now
Each of the fully patent protected and patent-pending, advanced technologies that we are focusing on have been thoroughly vetted and confirmed by our team.
Each emerging technology is currently in the process of moving into full scale commercialization and, depending on the solution, can be ready for joint venture project deployment in exclusive international jurisdictions around the world within the next 12-18 months.
Wireless Power Transmission
Transforming the Science of Electromagnetics
The Wireless Power Technology
What It Is
Zenneck has identified and vetted new and groundbreaking third-party wireless power transmission technologies that we believe will have a profound impact on our planet.
These patented and patent-pending technologies have the capacity to achieve mankind’s dream of sharing electric power wirelessly on a global scale, thereby leveraging renewable power generation, enabling the development of hitherto inaccessible natural resources in an environmentally friendly way, and providing power to remote populations, improving their quality of life, among many other beneficial applications.
Wireless Power For Industry
Pathway to Commercialization
The wireless power technology has the potential to positively impact numerous industry verticals and market sectors of the world's economies.
Today's electrical power distribution systems are vulnerable and debilitated. The new advancements in wireless power technology are a scientific breakthrough that will enhance and streamline power availability in all areas of industry and especially under-served markets around the world.
We are positioned to be a financial and commercial participant in the first joint venture projects leveraging the wireless power technologies and assisting in their rapid implementation on a global scale.
State-of-the-art Smart City Solutions
Sustainability. Security. Community Engagement.
The Lighting Control System
Nowadays, lighting is not merely about the traditional concept of "lighting up the darkness," but rather about controlling the intensity of lighting automatically based on the movement of people or objects, traffic, and even the sun.
There are similar requirements of the control system to save energy. In the past, power saving alone was good enough, but there is an increasing demand for a new control system that takes into consideration the economical impact for energy consumption and maintenance costs that extend the system easily as well as environmental aspects to minimize carbon emissions and light pollution.
Developed based on this trend, the lighting control system is an eco-friendly system with minimized energy consumption and emissions. In addition, it has wireless, wired, and sensor control systems to provide the most stable and economical lighting control solutions ever manufactured.
The LED Technology
How It Works
The LED lighting technology has a structure that features various narrow beam angles applying the reflecting plate method. This minimizes the risk of glare caused by light leakage in any stadium and ensures that the athletes can improve their competitiveness and the spectators can enjoy a comfortable viewing experience compared to traditional metal halide lighting fixtures.
Optimal Uniformity Luminance
Each module can be individually rotated and tilted which minimizes interference among the module during the "aiming" process. This structure allows users to aim the light freely and concentrate the desired amount of light in the desired space. The patented narrow multi-beam forming design method eliminates glare in practically all positions and can even produce an optical illusion that there is no lighting.
Flicker Free Slow Motion
The technology behind the LED lights supports ultra-slow motion up to 1,500 fps. This delivers flicker-free, ultra-precision broadcasting capability compared to that of tradtional HID method lighting.
For LED lighting effective heat management is directly correlated to the product life. Therefore cooling capability is one of the most important technological resources for LED lighting solutions. A structural design technology has been adopted that promotes natural convection rather than a forced circulation method which solved the heat problem that has historically plagued high power sports lighting for decades.