Feb. 4, 2013
-- Bellingham WA,
Javelin, javelinenvironmental.com tests ChromaID technology in environmental applications, has added Eric Leonhardt the Director of the Vehicle Research Institute at Western Washington University to its advisory board. Eric Leonhardt is uniquely positioned to assist Javelin's development of Spectral pattern matching sensors that would be utilized in Bio Fuel production within automated facilities. As well as Bio Fuel expertise, Eric's work includes development of the first methane hybrid car.
Javelin has been testing fields of application and use within the renewable energy market for the breakthrough Chroma ID technology and works with Visualant www.Visualant.net and other companies to maximize applications as a technology integrator.
"Eric Leonhardt provides Javelin the ability to focus upon test and measurement applications within the fast growing Bio Fuel market..." Says, Mathew Creedican" co-founder of Javelin. "Our research in renewable energy vehicle emissions can be moved forward dramatically."
avelin llc is testing spectral pattern matching (Chroma ID ) technology in the green fields of use for water quality, environmental testing, fuel quality, and Geothermal energy production..
Javelin is developing its own Geothermal site in South East Oregon, and provides technology transfer and intellectual property (patent) utilization expertise for Universities and Companies. Javelin's has been testing and studying green and environmental applications of Chroma ID technology.