HyperSciences is a technology company that has created an innovative hypervelocity propulsion system for major industries such as fast tunneling, energy drilling, and aerospace. We believe we have developed one of the world's fastest simplest, and cheapest commercial projectile launch system, which can robotically accelerate objects at velocities greater than Mach 5 speeds.
We have already created a portfolio of patented and patent-pending hypervelocity technologies to solve some of the most challenging problems in energy, terrestrial transportation, and materials production. Each major industry we plan to tackle (tunneling, energy drilling, and aerospace) is ripe for a revolutionary change in efficiency and economics. We believe our precision robotic accelerators that utilize Artificial Intelligence are the answer.
We first applied this disruptive solution to drilling with our HyperCore technology. HyperCore uses low-cost chemical energy to robotically load and then accelerate projectiles to hypersonic velocities, allowing projectiles upon impact to break and pulverize hard rock faster, deeper, and through a wider range of conditions.
HyperSciences is commercializing its robotic HyperCore tools for HyperDrill which is designed to allow low-cost access to deep energy, including both conventional oil and gas use as well as our "Energy Anywhere" geothermal system power generation. Our technology is designed to drive projectiles through tough environmental conditions to quickly and efficiently reach untapped geothermal resources. By reaching these deep geothermal deposits in the earth, we will be able to conduct this heat energy towards the surface and convert it into electrical energy. This electrical energy, once generated back to the main power grid in the scale of Megawatts, we think will be a significant paradigm change in renewable, clean energy.
We are using this same technology to create the Hyper Tunneling Boring and Mining system (HTBM). This system replaces two conventional tunneling methods, the first involves drilling and then using explosives to remove material, the second involves rotary tunneling which typically is slow and cost tens of millions of dollars per machine.
Finally, as a platform technology development company, HyperSciences has been able to take the key components of HyperCore, namely the automated launch system and acceleration method, to launch objects to high-altitudes (up to 100km in height, which is almost 10 times the altitude that commercial jets fly, and on the boundary line to space). We are developing this into our HyperDrone product which we believe will be game-changing for USA government contracts in the aerospace community, such as the Department of Defense and NASA .