The Nautic PI
With their knowledge and ingenuity, more than a thousand engineers will contribute to this project, financed with over a billion euros in equity which have already been provided. Known as Nautic Pi, the Neutrino Energy Group’s proposed maritime vehicles will be powered with nothing more than the endless stream of elementary particles, electromagnetic waves, temperature differences, electro smog, neutrinos and other natural and artificial invisible radiation that pass through us and everything we see during every moment of every day. This groundbreaking breakthrough in the marine sector will permanently revolutionize the way that people throughout the world utilize maritime transportation.
The Neutrino Energy Group plans to create the complete body of ships and yachts with metamaterials. A metamaterial is a material that is artificially constructed to have properties that are not available in materials found in the now nature, and these artificial materials express their unique attributes based on the arrangement of their molecules rather than the base materials from which they are fabricated.
When used to the development of marine vehicles, metamaterials show promise for enhancing both productivity and security. Since proximity powered vehicles would need to be incredibly energy-efficient to operate efficiently, metamaterials are appropriate building materials for the Nautic Pi project.
The Nautic PI
For the Neutrino Energy Group, developing groundbreaking technologies like the Nautic Pi is par for the business. The Neutrino Energy Group has been hard at work developing Neutrino Power converters, which will generate usable amounts of electricity using nothing but the kinetic energy of invisible radiation. This was while the rest of the world was still scratching its head over the 2015 discovery that neutrinos have mass.
The recently found trilayer graphene superconducting material is similar to the neutrino energy concept pioneered by CEO Holger.
Thorsten Schubart and his colleagues have developed a method to convert kinetic energy into electricity using ultrathin layers of graphene to produce a resonance from passing invisible radiation. This is accomplished by attaching silicon and graphene with spikes to an appropriate substrate; when elementary particle radiation strikes this nano-sized silicon and graphene, a harmonic resonance process occurs, which is recorded by an electrical conversion device.
With experts around the world in both renewable energy and metamaterials, the Nautic Pi technology will immediately propel the marine and automotive industries throughout the world into the next decade. The Neutrino Energy Group’s long-held goal of creating a novel way of consumer transportation that uses neutrino energy instead of coal-generated power or fossil fuels has become a reality.