San Diego, CA (July 7, 2020) – The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued Trabus Technologies a patent for data communication using interference alignment. The inventor named on this patent is Dr. Frank Quick, TRABUS Senior Scientist. As a subject matter expert in signal processing and a pioneer of wireless technology, Dr. Quick has over 25 years of experience in cellular standards and communications engineering. Dr. Quick was a major contributor to the IS95 CDMA standard and has extensive experience in satellite communications and cryptography. Dr. Quick has led multiple R&D efforts at TRABUS, including recent innovations for blind detection of cellular uplink signals, detection of unknown spread-spectrum signals and a novel self-organizing ad hoc radio network with support for self-interference mitigation using interference alignment. With the addition of this new patent, Dr. Quick now holds 44 patents in wireless communications technology.
San Diego, CA (June 9, 2020) – TRABUS has been awarded the Maritime Global Command and Control System Family of Systems (MGF) Cybersecurity Services Task Order (TO) in support of the Command and Intelligence Systems Division (Code 532) within the Navy’s Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Pacific. The TRABUS team supporting this effort over the next four years will include Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Scientific Research Corporation (SRC), and General Dynamics Information Technology, Inc. (GDIT).
San Diego, CA (May 13, 2020) – TRABUS has received a provisional patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for the Artificial-Intelligence-Based Waterway Information System. This patent stems from our existing River Information Services Enterprise (RISE) technology and continued research efforts by our data science team in voyage planning along the navigation channels of the U.S. Inland Waterways. Inventors named on this patent include Joe Celano, David Sathiaraj, Eric Ho, Andrew Smith and Eric Rohli.
San Diego, CA (April 14, 2020) – Trabus Technologies has joined the National Spectrum Consortium (NSC)—the nation’s leading association of technologists, engineers, scientists, manufacturers and program managers from industry, academia and government working to develop the fifth generation technology standard for cellular networks (5G), 5G-based technologies, and spectrum access and sharing technologies. The NSC formed as a 5-year Section 815 Prototype Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) with the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Emerging Capabilities and Prototyping (ODASD, EC&P). It works with the U.S. government and the private sector to enable the technologies necessary to broaden military and commercial access to the electromagnetic spectrum for 5G. By joining the NSC, TRABUS will participate, collaborate, perform and advice on R&D, and the development of prototypes that will support the implementation of 5G and spectrum related technologies.
San Diego, CA (April 13, 2020) – TRABUS has begun work for Picasso Analytics, LLC—a Lafayette, LA-based data analytics start-up—on the development of a cloud-based analytics software solution that will support Picasso’s clients in the oil and gas refinery industry. David Sathiaraj, Director of Data Science, and the rest of the TRABUS data science team will develop a solution that will create real-time insights to optimize resources and help gain efficiencies during turnaround maintenance scheduling so that refineries can get back to producing petroleum products more quickly.