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Patented: Hunt Energy’s ‘Road‐Embedded’ Electrical Storage Batteries and More North Texas Inventive Activity

Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 9 for patents out of 250 metros for the week of October 17. Patents granted include: 7-Eleven's proactive request communication system with data prediction, Raytheon's laser weapon system with integrated targeting camera, Toyota's personalized adaptive cruise control that learns and mimics your driving style, Samsung's under-display smartphone camera for true full-screen experience, Intel's energy efficient bitcoin mining chip, NxGen Partners' miniaturized virus sterilization device using radio frequencies, Alcon's vision simulation for patients with eye conditions, Hunt Energy's road-embedded batteries, McAfee's methods and apparatus to defend against adversarial machine learning, Zengine's machine learning system for asymmetrical matching of medical providers and care receivers, and more.
Minerva Consulting Gets 4 Telly Awards for ‘Exceptional Video Storytelling’
by | Jun 26, 2023
The communications firm accepted the Telly Awards for work on behalf of its clients, two of them in North Texas. The award showcases the best work created within television and across video, for all screens. Here are links to all the winners.
North Texas’ Hunt Perovskite Technologies Merges With 1366 Technologies to Form CubicPV
by | Jun 29, 2021
The newly combined company received $25 million in funding from Hunt Energy Enterprises (HEE), First Solar, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, and others. Hunt Perovskite Technologies was created and incubated within HEE.
Hunt Perovskite Technologies Gets $2.5M in Funding from the Department of Energy
by | Apr 14, 2021
Dallas-based Hunt Perovskite Technologies, part of Hunt Consolidated Inc, is one of the 22 selected for a new program from the DOE dedicated to making perovskite photovoltaic devices commercially available. If validated, the tech could make solar cells more efficient at a lower cost—but first, the projects have to overcome the issue of it being too unstable to commercially use.