Immungenetics AG: Last Patient Last Visit (LPLV) reached in first part of the DrainAD Study, a Phase 2 trial for the early diagnosis and causative treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)

Immungenetics AG, a German based biopharmaceutical company focusing on novel treatments for unmet medical needs in the field of neurodegenerative, autoimmune diseases and aging, announced today that the last study visit of the last patient enrolled (Last Patient’s Last Visit, LPLV) occurred on 06 June 2018 in the first subgroup of DrainAD, a Phase II proof-of-concept study for the early diagnosis and causative therapy of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD).
The DrainAD study is structured in two parts aiming at the early detection and monitoring of AD by means of a blood test, as well as at developing a novel treatment for altering the course of the disease; a treatment that may halt or even reverse disease progression.
The completed subgroup of fourteen participants (seven patients with newly diagnosed early-to-mild dementia due to Alzheimer’s Disease and seven healthy volunteers) received a daily dosage of 26 mg of the drug thiethylperazine for four consecutive days. The investigation was conducted at the University of Göttingen under supervision of Prof. Jens Wiltfang. More than 150 blood samples were obtained and will be analyzed at five labs under different aspects.
Interim results for the primary endpoints safety and tolerability as well as efflux of amyloid beta peptides after drug administration are expected to be available in the third quarter of 2018. These findings will also serve to decide if a similar exercise with a 52 mg daily regimen is to be undertaken. Additional data mining will deliver further insights later this year.
"This is a significant milestone towards elucidating this novel angle of attack against this devastating disease.", commented Antonio Martinez Arbizu, CEO of Immungenetics. "We would like to thank all trial participants and medical professionals who helped executing step one of DrainAD, and are very much looking forward to share our results in a couple of months."
The new mechanism of action being investigated by DrainAD is the capability of thiethylperazine to activate so called ABC-transporters,  especially ABCC1 at the chosen dosage. ABC-transporters located at the blood-brain barrier are in charge of the export of toxic substances like beta amyloid species (ABeta) from the brain into the blood stream. This was demonstrated by Prof. Jens Pahnke (University of Rostock then, now University of Oslo) in transgenic AD-mice: treated with thiethylperazine, toxic ABeta was reduced by 70% within 25 days (1).
In a second, award winning research paper, Pahnke proved the ABC transporter hypothesis in a non-transgenic early AD mouse model. The article verified recent evidence that sporadic Alzheimer’s disease (AD), which counts for more than 98% of all cases, is not caused by an overproduction of the neurotoxic ABeta peptide but by its impaired clearance from the brain and that soluble ABeta species are the main scourge of the disease (2).

Science:
1) Krohn et al. 2011: "Cerebral amyloid-β proteostasis is regulated by the membrane transport protein ABCC1 in mice." J Clin Invest. 2011 Oct 3; 121(10): 3924-3931.
2) Krohn et al. 2015: "Accumulation of murine amyloid-β mimics early Alzheimer’s disease." Brain, 138(Pt8):2370-82.

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Intelligent feeding solutions / Satisfying the requirements for modern assembly systems

The year 1908 was one of the most historically significant years both for personal motorised transport and for industrial assembly. With the Model T, the Ford Motor Company launched an automobile on the market which could be manufactured for the first time in large numbers at an affordable price. This not only heralded the age of private transport for the masses, but this first assembly line also gave the green light to industrial series production in the automotive industry. Due to advancing rationalisation measures, amongst other things in the form of a comprehensive division of labour, production rose to the point where it was efficient enough to produce up to 9000 vehicles a day.

Since then, despite an enormous increase in output, the basic principle of manual assembly work has essentially remained the same. Product assembly has been revolutionarily influenced by an increase in automation and digitalisation. Today, fully automatic systems can be remotely operated thanks to intelligent, Industry 4.0 capable hardware and software components and are interconnected with correlating systems, linked by feeding technology. An assembly system component can be fed and positioned, whilst at the same time fasteners such as screws or nuts are sorted, correctly positioned, separated and fed directly into the screwdriving tool – and all in the blink of an eye. However, changes in relevance to current or future influencing factors or constantly developing requirements still relentlessly force the industry to come up with new enhancements.

One of the most relevant of these factors is the advancement of miniaturisation. Today, modern processors of just a few square millimetres are equipped with many billions of transistors. Most dirt particles appear huge in comparison to such small structures on the nanometer scale, and depending on the application, can pose a significant risk. For example, even the smallest conductive particles can cause a short circuit in electronic components. Material particles from carbon fibre reinforced plastics are conductive so the use of these new and more efficient materials actually heightens this risk. Therefore, the increased relevance of technical cleanliness goes hand in hand with miniaturisation.

DEPRAG SCHULZ GmbH from Amberg, Germany, is one of the global market leaders in the field of automated screwdriving and feeding technology. Their recipe for long-term success is the continued drive for evolution and innovation, combined with the development of intelligent and efficient system solutions. With this in mind, DEPRAG Schulz GmbH developed their complete CleanFeed concept with specific CleanFeed components to meet the requirements for technical cleanliness in feeding. It includes elements for low abrasion part feeding to minimise the generation of damaging particles from the outset. Low abrasion sword feeders are particularly gentle at sorting, separating and suppling fasteners. Sensors on the device automatically determine the number of strokes necessary so that stroke movement and therefore abrasion is kept to a minimum. Furthermore, hoppers help to keep a consistently low quantity of fasteners in the feeding system because fewer screws mean less contamination. However, because the generation of particles cannot be entirely eliminated, suction systems are also an effective method of creating cleanroom conditions. The DEPRAG “Particle Killer” targets and removes dirt particles before assembly and ejects them through a filter. The DEPRAG SFM-V vacuum screwdriving module on the other hand, uses suction to remove residual dirt directly from the screwdriving tool via additional vacuum sources. As well as modifications to the hardware, particle contamination is also combatted by intelligent adjustments managed by the controller, such as a reduction in speed during bit engagement with the screw head, at the same time averting wear and tear on the tool.

Efficiency has always been a vital aspect for the entire supply chain in economical assembly systems. The DEPRAG vibratory spiral feeder eacy feed provides a particularly effective drive concept. Both the controller and drive of this efficient feeder are based on a power supply of 24 V/DC. Using oscillating magnets in the feed bowl, this is sufficient to trigger periodic oscillating motions and attain an energy saving of around 80%. The use of a universal power supply unit allows worldwide application of the device without modifications. Furthermore, the intelligent PFC100 controller allows for customised settings without time-consuming mechanical intervention. If assembly should be automated to the highest degree possible, but quantities do not justify a fully automatic feeding system, then a screw presenter offers an inexpensive, compact and quickly implemented solution. Screw presenters can be modified for different screw sizes with just a few steps, they are gentle on components, can be utilised in handheld or stationary applications and are fully self-sufficient thanks to their integrated controller.

Today, the global market situation is more dynamic than ever. New products reach the market quicker and the capacitive future of products is not always predictable. A lack of empirical data and uncertainties are the norm in quantity planning for the E-mobility sector. These circumstances require the most flexible solutions possible with short reaction times as is the case in hybrid assembly systems with a combination of manual and automated processes. In this way production can be expanded as necessary through the implementation of intelligent manual work stations without sacrificing processing reliability. The operator is taken step by step through the assembly task. Sensor technology activates the correct parameters for each screw position, releases fasteners, notifies the operator of subsequent tasks and evaluates results. The Pick-and-Place procedure guides the operator by picking up the correct fasteners and precisely directing them to the correct screw position. Assembly remains both flexible and reliable. One of the greatest challenges for hybrid assembly systems is the pairing of man and machine who do not always work at the same tempo. The solution is creating buffer zones, using intelligent linear conveyors. This enables larger distances to be bridged as well as controlling part flow. Depending on requirements, the conveyors provide part buffers or separate the part flow. Another measure in attaining highest flexibility is the use of modular system concepts with standardised components. DEPRAG has a comprehensive module portfolio including sensor-controlled screwdrivers, feeding systems, controllers etc., all from a single source. These individual modules are already coordinated with each other, thereby saving time and effort in integration. The high flexibility means that assembly systems can be quickly adapted to the current market situation; counteracting planning uncertainties and quickly reacting to changing requirements.

Henry Ford’s own intelligent and efficient ideas shaped his production so that it was as economical as possible. For ten years, his company produced only black body parts and obligated suppliers to deliver precisely dimensioned wooden shipping containers whose boards were then taken apart to be used in vehicle construction. Such measures may be unthinkable today, however the objective of realising efficient, intelligent system solutions still holds true. Assembly systems are complex, perfectly coordinated interdependent systems comprising of numerous components. A system malfunction in feeding technology can cause a delay to larger parts in the supply chain and thereby create far-reaching financial and organisational consequences. With their widely diversified component portfolio designed to satisfy any requirement, DEPRAG Schulz GmbH provides flexible and reliable options for the realisation of highly profitable assembly systems.

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USU fulfills the requirements for information security in the automotive industry as a TISAX participant

USU fulfills the new exchange and assessment standards for information security in the automotive industry with TISAX (Trusted Information Security Assessment Exchange). The company has successfully participated in a comprehensive examination procedure conducted by the accredited assessment service provider operational services GmbH. The VDA Information Security Assessment (VDA-ISA) catalog serves as the basis for this. TISAX is a registered trademark and is operated under the aegis of ENX Association, a consortium of European automobile manufacturers, suppliers and associations, commissioned by the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) as a neutral authority. The USU result is only available for downloading within the TISAX community via the ENX-Portal.

The TISAX model specifies how the increasingly interconnected automobile manufacturers, including the ecosystem of their partner companies and suppliers, can exchange information within their IT systems in a secure and standardized manner. Maturity and requirement levels are defined for different areas such as information security, involvement of third-parties and data or prototype protection. In addition to technical measures, the implementation also requires processes such as risk management and documentation.

“Confidentiality, availability and the integrity of information are of the utmost importance for USU. Therefore, as a TISAX participant, we orient ourselves towards the criteria specified in the TISAX assessment catalog, for the purpose of fulfilling these exchange and assessment standards. This absolutely represents a competitive advantage, as adherence to information security standards is becoming an increasingly important criterion in terms of the awarding of contracts for our customers from the automotive, pharmaceutical and finance industry. TISAX has evolved into a decisive instrument for ensuring a secure means of working with each other,” explains Sven Kolb, Managing Director of USU GmbH.

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How telcos can play a central role in the $15 billion AI market

There is an ongoing AI (r)evolution as improved machine learning techniques, which form the most commercially important subset of AI technology, are enabling companies to discover and operationalise previously hidden insights. Increasing data availability and higher processing power are facilitating this evolution, allowing better methods to be used on more data at lower cost. Telecoms operators are well positioned to take advantage of this revolution by optimising their own business activities and acting as “technical” AI platform enablers for other industries, which are expected to spend ~$15bn annually on AI business operations by 2021.

These are the key findings of a new white paper published by Solon Management Consulting, showing the enormous potential for telecommunication operators to play a central role in the AI market.

Mirko René Gramatke, Managing Director at Solon and leader of the firm’s ‘tech-enabled business innovation activities’, says: “Given the challenges of diversifying away from the telecom business, we suggest an incremental approach that allows telcos to grow their AI capabilities without committing excessive capital. Implementing changes that can bring in significant margin expansion does not take a long time as they rely on assets that already exist in successful telecoms operators: data availability, analytics know-how, a strong sales organisation and a results-driven management.”

The authors outline the initial steps to take for telecoms operators to claim their share in this strongly growing market and describe four high priority use cases for AI-based network roll-out planning, customer focused network optimisation, marketing optimisation, AI/advanced analytics guided sales steering.

The white paper “How telcos can play a central role in the $15 billion AI market starting with 4 key use cases” is available to download in English: www.solonstrategy.com.

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How telcos can play a central role in the $15 billion AI market

There is an ongoing AI (r)evolution as improved machine learning techniques, which form the most commercially important subset of AI technology, are enabling companies to discover and operationalise previously hidden insights. Increasing data availability and higher processing power are facilitating this evolution, allowing better methods to be used on more data at lower cost. Telecoms operators are well positioned to take advantage of this revolution by optimising their own business activities and acting as “technical” AI platform enablers for other industries, which are expected to spend ~$15bn annually on AI business operations by 2021.

These are the key findings of a new white paper published by Solon Management Consulting, showing the enormous potential for telecommunication operators to play a central role in the AI market.

Mirko René Gramatke, Managing Director at Solon and leader of the firm’s ‘tech-enabled business innovation activities’, says: “Given the challenges of diversifying away from the telecom business, we suggest an incremental approach that allows telcos to grow their AI capabilities without committing excessive capital. Implementing changes that can bring in significant margin expansion does not take a long time as they rely on assets that already exist in successful telecoms operators: data availability, analytics know-how, a strong sales organisation and a results-driven management.”

The authors outline the initial steps to take for telecoms operators to claim their share in this strongly growing market and describe four high priority use cases for AI-based network roll-out planning, customer focused network optimisation, marketing optimisation, AI/advanced analytics guided sales steering.

The white paper “How telcos can play a central role in the $15 billion AI market starting with 4 key use cases” is available to download in English: www.solonstrategy.com.

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SFC Energy: PBF Group B.V. receives serial order for fully integrated laser power supply systems

  • Order is for LASY series power supplies by PBF in various configurations for ideally adapted number of channels in laser systems.
  • LASY series builds on PBF’s successful standard and semi-standardized High Power Platform for fast and cost-attractive customization.
  • Order amount in the middle six-digit EUR range. Annual revenue potential following system introduction in 2020: approx. EUR 2 to 3 million.

PBF Group B.V., Dutch subsidiary of SFC Energy AG (F3C:DE, ISIN: DE0007568578), a leading provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets, announces the receipt of a series order from their partner Schulz-Electronic GmbH, Baden-Baden, Germany: An international laser tool producer has ordered fully integrated LASY laser power supply systems for the direct operation of diode pumped fiber lasers used in material processing. The first series order amount is in the middle six-digit EUR range. Following system introduction in 2020, PBF expects annual revenues of EUR 2 to 3 million for the subsequent period.

Laser diodes require very stable, precise, often highly dynamic power supplies. PBF’s powerful power supplies feature an extremely high energy density solution for the highly sensitive laser diode loads. Dynamic load adjustment between grid connection and laser unit ensures optimum efficiency with the dynamic, fast pulsability required in laser systems. The power supplies also significantly increase total system performance and lifetime, enabling new and optimized applications.

The series order is the result of the success of PBF’s prototype power supplies in the customer’s laser systems. PBF developed the LASY laser power supply system on the basis of their successful standard and semi-standardized PBF High Power Standard Platform. The fully integrated plug & play solution combines a high performance PBF power supply with multiple pulsable current drivers, and eliminates the need for external modules the customer had to purchase separately in the past. Load current supply can be configured and scaled on demand, featuring attractive new options plus decisive cost, quality and service advantages.

“Our PBF LASY systems adapt flexibly to the different electric conditions of the producers’ respective laser diodes. In addition, they enable exact and precise dimensioning of the required electrical output power to meet existing circumstances”, says Hans Pol, Managing Director of PBF and President Industrial of SFC Energy. “This unbeatable flexibility, together with the attractive price and performance benefits, open up an increasing number of new applications and customer segments for our high performance power supplies. We see a substantial potential for them in the international laser industry and many other applications requiring ultimate flexibility and cost efficiency.“

Additional information on SFC Energy, PBF, and SFC Group’s portfolio of power electronics and power generation products at www.sfc.com and www.pbfgroup.nl. Additional information on Schulz-Electronic at www.schulz-electronic.de.

About PBF Group

PBF Group B.V., a company of SFC Energy Group, specializes in power supply solutions and special coils. The Company is active worldwide. PBF develops, manufactures, and markets highly reliable standard and semi-standard platform solutions for demanding requirements in laser and semi-conductor manufacturing equipment, analytical applications, and high-tech industrial systems.

About Schulz-Electronic GmbH

Schulz-Electronic GmbH, in Baden-Baden since 1975, is leading provider of professional power supplies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, offering AC/DC and DC/DC converters, electronic loads, high voltage systems, AC sources, inverters, laser diode drivers and pulse generators. Schulz-Electronic is distribution partner of renowned producers all over the world and authorized German service provider and quasi manufacturer for many products. The Company offers customized energy conversion solutions based on standard, modified and proprietary technologies.

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RavenQuest launches recreational brands, introduces eight unique „Experiences“ for the adult recreational consumer

RavenQuest BioMed Inc. (the “Company” or “RavenQuest”) – (CSE: RQB OTCQB: RVVQF  Frankfurt: 1IT) is proud to introduce two distinct flagship brands, both of which will be available to the consuming public under Canada’s legalized adult recreational framework which begins October 17, 2018.  Throughout our brand development, RavenQuest has remained engaged with Victims of Advertising (VOA), gaining in-depth understanding of our target markets and creating brands that appeal to our consumer segments.  VOA brings a wealth of experience in creating and launching brands with a clear actionable strategy and creative vision.  Leading companies in the technology, biotech, tourism and, notably, cannabis industries collaborate with VOA.

RavenQuest’s cannabis offerings will lead our clients through the entire wholistic cannabis Experience.  Each Experience begins with an informed selection of a suitable cultivar (strain).  The journey then extends through the enjoyment of inspired packaging and finally delivers a high quality, predictable and repeatable Experience that can only come from the science-based grow methodologies for which RavenQuest has become so well-known.

Lore Cannabis – “Tell Your Story”

Our first flagship brand, Lore Cannabis, is a luxury offering aimed at a discerning female audience in the 30+ demographic.  The Lore cannabis concept is rooted in our innate desire as humans to “Tell Your Story”, to create new stories, and to connect with those around us through the sharing of our stories.  Lore Cannabis will deliver five unique Experiences:

“It’s My Time” is reminiscent of a movie night or a nice warm bath.

“The Weekend” represents the feeling of being away from it all, checking out and setting your email to auto-reply.

“A Night Out” exemplifies an evening out dancing, or simply enjoying dinner and conversation with friends under the lights of the city or the stars.

“Dream Weaver” evokes images of peaceful, restful sleep.

“Life on Venus” invites the Experience of simply enjoying what our imaginations can conjure.

Our second flagship brand, Bloomera, is a clean, simple and accessible offering aimed largely at males aged 30+ who seek out products in their lives that do what they’re supposed to do and brands that deliver on their promise.  These gentlemen (or women) are not averse to treating themselves to a product that is excellent and take pride in sticking to a good thing when they find something that works.  Essentially, the quintessential Bloomera consumer “Wants What S/He Wants.”  Bloomera will deliver three unique client Experiences:

“I Want to Sleep”

“I Want to Chill”

“I Want to Lift Off”

Both Lore and Bloomera cannabis will become available to the adult recreational market, initially through our supply MOU with the British Columbia Liquor Distribution Branch (BCLDB) and across Canada shortly thereafter.

RavenQuest CEO, George Robinson, commented that “RavenQuest believes strongly that a brand is only as good as the underlying product.  If you want great food, start with great ingredients.  If you want great wine, start with great grapes.  And if you want exceptional, consistent and repeatable Experience, start with an exceptional cannabis plant.  Metaphorically, while some clients enjoy drink crystals, we offer our clients the “fresh squeezed orange juice” Experience, complete with full entourage effects.”

Robinson continued by stating “everything we do, from our landmark cannabis research at McGill University, through our ultra-modern facility design, our leadership from world-class, internationally trained plant scientists right thought to the precision controlled, automated grow environment of our Orbital Gardens, is designed around delivering the consummate, consistent and repeatable Experience for our consumers.  Our foundation has always been to “focus upon the plant”, and we are thrilled to finally deliver the culmination of our efforts in the form of these fantastic brands.”

RavenQuest has a robust rollout of our consumer brands planned, spearheaded by our introduction to the general public at the upcoming Vancouver Fall Home Show, October 18-21 at the Vancouver Convention Center in downtown Vancouver, Canada.  The show will see more than 40,000 attendees stream through the doors and will kick off an extensive tour of dates and appearances across Canada.

About RavenQuest BioMed Inc.

RavenQuest BioMed Inc. is a diversified publicly traded cannabis company with divisions focused upon cannabis production, management services & consulting and specialized research & development.  RavenQuest is a licensed producer with facilities located in Markham, Ontario and Edmonton, Alberta.  RavenQuest maintains a research partnership with Montreal’s McGill University focused upon cultivar (strain) recognition, plant stabilization and yield maximization of the cannabis plant.  The Company focuses on partnerships with Indigenous communities.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors of 
RAVENQUEST BIOMED INC.

“George Robinson”
Chief Executive Officer

For further information, please contact:
Mathieu McDonald, Corporate Communications – 604-484-1230

In Europe:
Swiss Resource Capital AG
Jochen Staiger
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www.resource-capital.ch

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All statements in this press release, other than statements of historical fact, are “forward-looking information” with respect to the Company within the meaning of applicable securities laws, including statements with respect to the development and marketing of consumer cannabis brands.  The Company provides forward-looking statements for the purpose of conveying information about current expectations and plans relating to the future and readers are cautioned that such statements may not be appropriate for other purposes. By its nature, this information is subject to inherent risks and uncertainties that may be general or specific and which give rise to the possibility that expectations, forecasts, predictions, projections or conclusions will not prove to be accurate, that assumptions may not be correct and that objectives, strategic goals and priorities will not be achieved. These risks and uncertainties include but are not limited to those identified and reported in the Company’s public filings under the Company’s SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com.  Although the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual actions, events or results to differ materially from those described in forward-looking information, there may be other factors that cause actions, events or results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. There can be no assurance that such information will prove to be accurate as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements.  The Company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise unless required by law.

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See you at@idugdb2 EMEA 2018 – booth 12

permanent benchmarks on database server? Impossible? No, not with the End2End Monitoring within Speedgain for Db2 – see it live at@idugdb2 EMEA 2018 – booth 12. More details on https://bit.ly/spg4db2 #ibm #db2 @SpeedgainforDb2 #IDUGDb2. Also the new DataStage Produkcts: JobBulider for DataStage and the Framework for DataStage to get the right ETL Automation. see more on https://bit.ly/automation4ETL

And get info how to use outr mainframe tools – online info https://bit.ly/mainframeoptimization

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Bookkeeping and Beer

We are excited to announce our very first „bookeeping and beer“ in our new office space in Prenzlauer Berg.

Eifas will show you the traps of bookeeping, how to manage it and which tools are useful for your daily business.

CEO and founder Moe Dorfner will start the end season workshop sessions with teh first part of the bookkeeping and beer event.

Agenda:

· Financial admin and accounting basics

· Reporting and general tax reporting ; liquidity planning

· How mobile work from anywhere in the world and bookkeeping on the go make your daily work life easier

· How the digitalisation of accounting and a digital tax office optimises your administrative processes

· Questions

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EnWave Announces the Resignation of Dr. Gary Sandberg from its Board of Directors

EnWave Corporation (TSX-V:ENW | FSE:E4U) (“EnWave”, or the "Company" – http://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=297852)) announces the Company’s Board of Directors has accepted the resignation of Dr. Gary Sandberg from EnWave’s Board of Directors. Dr. Sandberg has also resigned from his position with the Company as Senior Vice President, Technical Services due to personal reasons. The Board of Directors and EnWave’s management would like to thank Dr. Sandberg for his years of service and his contributions to the technical advancements of EnWave’s proprietary Radiant Energy Vacuum technology.

About EnWave

EnWave Corporation, a Vancouver-based advanced technology company, has developed Radiant Energy Vacuum (“REV™”) – an innovative, proprietary method for the precise dehydration of organic materials. EnWave has further developed patent-pending methods for uniformly drying and decontaminating cannabis through the use of REV™ technology, shortening the time from harvest to marketable cannabis products. 

REV™ technology’s commercial viability has been demonstrated and is growing rapidly across several market verticals in the food, and pharmaceutical sectors including legal cannabis. EnWave’s strategy is to sign royalty-bearing commercial licenses with industry leaders in multiple verticals for the use of REV™ technology. The company has signed over twenty royalty-bearing licenses to date, opening up nine distinct market sectors for commercialization of new and innovative products. In addition to these licenses, EnWave has formed a Limited Liability Corporation, NutraDried Food Company, LLC, to develop, manufacture, market and sell all-natural cheese snack products in the United States under the Moon Cheese® brand. 

EnWave has introduced REV™ as the new dehydration standard in the food and biological material sectors: faster and cheaper than freeze drying, with better end product quality than air drying or spray drying. EnWave currently has three commercial REV™ platforms:

  1. nutraREV® which is used in the food industry to dry food products quickly and at low-cost, while maintaining high levels of nutrition, taste, texture and colour;
  2. powderREV® which is used for the bulk dehydration of food cultures, probiotics and fine biochemicals such as enzymes below the freezing point, and
  3. quantaREV® which is used for continuous, high-volume low-temperature drying.

An additional platform, freezeREV®, is being developed as a new method to stabilize and dehydrate biopharmaceuticals such as vaccines and antibodies. More information about EnWave is available at www.enwave.net.

EnWave Corporation

Mr. Brent Charleton, CFA

President and CEO

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