- VPN Technologies (VPN) subsidiary Greentech has entered the prototype development phase of its hydrogen storage and distribution sensor technology
- The first upcoming trial will focus on sensor calibration and positional accuracy
- A fully functional prototype is expected before the year-end, and development is ahead of schedule
- VPN Technologies Inc. (VPN) is up 33.33 per cent, trading at C$0.04 per share as of 12:55 pm ET
VPN Technologies (VPN) subsidiary Greentech has entered the prototype development phase of its hydrogen storage and distribution sensor technology.
The prototype development phase involves several trials for exposure, longevity, sensor calibration, and positional accuracy.
The first upcoming trial will focus on sensor calibration and positional accuracy. The trials after that will measure the performance of the device by balancing sample frequency, database interfaces, and power consumption. The final sensors are being incorporated in the prototype, and the company expects a functional sensor cluster completed imminently.
A patent filing is in the works, and the results from these trials will guide the company in how it articulates the specifications of the device. During the prototype phase, Greentech Hydrogen Innovations intends to test and confirm each of the many deployment conditions that HoT sensors qualify for. The trials will begin once a functional sensor cluster is completed and continues on a bi-weekly basis.
VPN Technologies CTO and Greentech project leader Curtis Ingleton, the team is close to completing its work with the sensor cluster and then moving on to the communications and cloud elements of the prototype.
“By the end of November, we will be running prototype trials and finalizing our patent by year-end.”
A fully functional prototype is expected before the year ends, and development is ahead of schedule.
VPN Technologies’ President and CEO, Paul Dickson, added that they are currently reaching out to potential beta testers in both hydrogen storage and transportation to facilitate in outfitting their equipment with the company’s HoT sensors.
VPN Technologies Inc. provides Virtual Private Network (VPN) services to the retail market and small to medium enterprises.
The company provides online privacy and anonymity for users by creating a private network from a public internet connection.
VPN Technologies Inc. (VPN) is up 33.33 per cent, trading at C$0.04 per share as of 12:55 pm ET.