OFDM Succeds in Nunn-Lugar Objectives
OFDM Technologies of Austin Texas is succeeding in non-proliferation objectives funded by the Nunn-Lugar Non-proliferation Act of 1992. OFDM Technologies is helping US based companies and Russian weapons scientists develop new business now.
Over the last 2 years Russian Bio-chip, nano-technology gas sensor and food-product enzyme transform from technology to products. This transformation creates jobs and wealth in both the US and Russia.
Texas A&M University is providing testing for an enzyme that could open a $2 billion market opportunity in the beef market. With Chinese protein demand and beef markets becoming more competitive, this innovation promises a high growth business opportunity for Tritech Ventures LLC of Austin and IMTEK of Moscow.
BSE Diagnostic Testing
Safeguard BioSystems Inc., a Delaware company is currently obtaining funding to address BSE diagnostic testing using a bio-chip for the Canadian Ministry of Agriculture based on the Englehart Institute of Molecular Biology of Moscow. This initiative began with OFDM Technologies introducing the Russian weapons technology developers and North American businessmen.
Nanotech Gas Sensor
A nano-technology gas sensor that has applications in the oil and gas industry and even fire detection devices, is being reviewed for licensing by an applied nano-technology company located in Austin Texas.
OFDM Technologies is bringing new commercialization processes to the non-proliferation efforts of the United States of America . These opportunities bring market concepts to the heart of Russian weapons of mass destruction scientists and their science institutions. Building wealth, creating jobs on both sides of the world may be one of the best ways to disarm dangerous situations we face in the world today.
President, OFDM Technologies
John Green is a technology commercialization expert. He has published articles at the IC² Institute of The University of Texas at Austin (www.ic2.org) on wireless sensor industry, Caribbean economic development, and video game training in the US Army. His company consults with the International Science and Technology Center ( www.ISTC.ru ) in Moscow , rural telephone companies in the US searching for alternative wireless technologies and the agricultural industry.
Mr. Green supports his community by serving on the City of Austin's Telecommunications Commission and the Board of Directors for Austin Wireless Group and San Antonio's SalsaNet, both providing wireless internet access.