Invisibility Uses FOR GOOD
Military Use - "Save & Hide Our Troops"
The primary application of invisibility would be for our US Armed Forces and trusted Allies via invisible armors, invisible cloaks, invisible drones, and more. A new form of mobile concealment with the added protections to our Soldiers and to quickly deploy the element of surprise and save lives. The SGLI (Life Insurance) covers around $400,000 per Soldier. Each Soldier that lives means reduction in Insurance costs and the reduction of tragic deaths. The War in Afghanistan and War in Iraq have cost the United States over 6,713 deaths, 52,272 wounded, and over $2.7 Billion of Insurance Costs and Health Benefits. US Allies need to be accounted for. What if we could save our troops and allies with the use of invisibility? Even does 10% reduction in casualties and wounds look like? What does 40% reduction in casualties and wounds look like? Could invisibility be the answer?
Police Use - "Better Policing"
Our Police Forces have a hard task in their hands. Protect the people in the community and keep the peace, while fighting any criminals and evil individuals can could be part of the civilian population. Invisibility provides the element of surprise and reduce detection in order to reduce their presence. It is easier to catch shoplifters and criminals in their natural environment when they are unaware of the presence of the police forces. SWAT Teams can continue to have the element of surprise, while detectives can enter areas where their presence is unwelcomed, but required to investigate a crime. Unethical uses of these advance technology can happen. And thus, ethical oaths are required by all police forces or Invisible Forge will remove their licenses and require the return of all gear.
Traffic Use - "Stop Traffic Accidents"
In 2010, there were an estimated 5,419,000 crashes, 30,296 with fatalities, killing 32,999, and injuring 2,239,000. In 2016, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) data shows 37,461 people were killed in 34,436 motor vehicle crashes, an average of 102 per day. How many lives and limbs could be saved? But what if the answer was around the corner? Perhaps "seeing-through" the blind corners with invisible mirrors is the answer to let us see the answer? How many have died in Blind Corners? How many could save their lives and limbs if they could only see what is going on the other side of the road?
With our invisibility technology and equipment, drivers can see what is on the other side of the road and act accordingly... and live.
NGO Use - "Save Our Social Workers"
Many non-government organizations (NGOs) touch, improve, and save the lives of millions around the globe. Doctors, nurses, and social workers place their lives in dangerous situations to accomplish these tasks to save humanity from its own humanity. Currently, deliberate attacks on aid workers are on the rise. Invisible cloaks, invisible helmets, and other invisible equipment can protect them and concealment them from the many dangers they will face in their missions. God bless those angels in their journeys, and we need to help them.
Construction Use - "Save The Aesthetics"
Construction sites can be messy, noisy, and dangerous. What if constructions sites were not? What if invisible walls with Active Noise Controls (ANC) can stop the sound, make the construction site more visually pleasing, less noisy, safer, and change visuals as construction equipment moved close to our transparent mobile walls? With invisible equipment, we offer a new way of solving the problems and headaches that many residents, citizens, and city planners face per site.
Drone Logistics Use - "Hide the Drones"
Drones are part of our society. Millions of drones will be deployed in hundredths of cities and the drone supply chains will come. These chains of drones will look like thousands of flying ants in the air. These drone chains will not be pleasing to the human eye. Also, the stealing of drones will increase and hiding the supply chain of drones will be required to reduce the attack on these supply chains. In addition, millions of drones will create lots of noise. With our invisibility technology and Active Noise Controls (ANC), we offer a visually pleasing that handles noise for the future drones in order to live in harmony with humanity.
Home Use - "Safe Private Efficient Homes"
"Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones" - European Proverb
Natural disasters are on the rise. USA Today claims that tornado deaths and destruction will triple in the future. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration states the US has endured 46 separate severe storm and tornado outbreak each causing more than $1 Billion in damages. Between you and natural disaster is only one window glass away. However, with invisibility equipment, that can still be a solid brick wall. Instead of windows and reducing the strength of your structure and home, you can use our "See-Through" technology to enjoy the outside, keep your privacy, and stop any natural disasters from entering your home.