This company is a merger of three startups based on Nanotech for energy, Nanotech for RFID, SMC secuity based company
Trinanowave = Nanowave + Nanovertenergie + Nanoaxis
Implications of development of Nanotechnology based green cells have been discussed in . Where we have proposed modeling and reliability aspects of MEMS based Green Cells and multi scale modeling of Solar cells which is being communicated for publication. India-specific perspective on the challenges in Fuel Cell Technology has been illustrated . Multi Scale and HPC in Green Energy solutions using Nanotechnology is important as the application of quantum dots in solar cells has been practically realized thereby making this area feasible.
In India, development of fuel cells is primarily supported by the Ministry of Non-conventional Energy Sources (MNES). Several universities and research organizations are involved in the areas of fuel cells, reformers, and hydrogen storage. Work on developing a DMFC (direct methanol fuel cell) is underway at IISc (Indian Institute of Science). In addition, research on SOFC is being done at IISc and CGCRI (Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute). Research and development on metal hydride storage is ongoing at BHU (Banaras Hindu University) . Vehicular fuel technology can be derived from greener sources such as fuel cells. The power requirement of bikes and scooters is relatively small and could easily be met by Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (DMFCs) or hydrogen-powered Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cells. There is currently some discussion as to whether DMFC should be the initial route for India, followed by hydrogen-fuelled PEM units for transport in the longer term. Organizations intensively involved in fuel cells are mainly in the New Delhi which is a home to various fuel cell companies and R&D organizations and India’s most industrialized state Maharashtra which includes manufacturing centers such as Mumbai where major fuel cell activities take place. Thus seeing the prospects in purview of these developments in the contemporary Indian scenario we have developed models of Green Cells and plan to expand them and get patents from the results. Our papers have been published in international conferences regarding this matter.
Our company will be first of its kind Indian company with nanotechnology enabled green cells.. There is a need to get our companies and our work at par with the global ones by synchronization of nanotechnology research in green energy. Currently the realization of advantages of Nanotechnology in Green Energy has been felt and this remains an area to be explored. Yearly sales chart has been shown in figure below. We have been working on getting a rich IP in the initial stage and have research publications backing our work [1-10].
We plan to get in Green Nano Cell manufacturing unit in India for our specific needs. We plan to setup characterization and modeling lab for Nano enabled Green cells. Currently research in fuel cells is facing many challenges in commercialization and Nanotechnology can provide some very realistic solutions that may enable rapid commercialization of Green Nano cells.We will also plan to provide consulting services in the following product development services for Nano enabled Green Cells and; technology and Intellectual Property strategy. We will initiate with modeling area specific green cells for case to case scenarios. We have shown modeling of Green Nano Cells in . Modeling can help us to facilitate integration of nano-enabled green cells in various areas. We have analyzed the market of fuel and solar cells in India in a comprehensive manner. Potential customers and growth includes not only mechanical but portable applications too. The solar cell with Nanotech enabled modeling and simulation is proving more efficient and will see application in wide domains. We have surveyed the present companies to whom we can provide the services. We have discerned and analyzed the integration of fuel cells for present times. We have surveyed the present companies working in developing green products.
Ultimately our setup will generate profit by product commercialization and by the merging of innovations in the field of Nanotechnology with our domain. Our focus also remains on the IP developments and getting patents related to this area.Requirements of Nano cell research Labs, modeling tools, application of computational nanotechnology in this area. We are going towards collaboration with major companies, research institution to successfully integrate green energy into their businesses. Revenues will be from a spectrum of areas like consultancies, modeling, middleware and in later phases manufacturing. Potential buyers will be top-end automobile companies, portable electronic companies which are working on to integrate nano based fuel cells in to their existing products. Our research collaboration and potential customers also include private and government defense agencies. We are planning to publish our work in international journals and get patents for which we have formed a team and we are working in this regard aggressively. Our team members not only hold technical expertise but also have extensive knowledge on CNT based green cells and major work would be on reliability, packaging and integration into present devices. Currently our work is being managed by around 10 people and it mainly consists of the founders and an advisory team. Major work is being done to get rich IP and spending is optimized to get rapid results.
Thus we plan to provide some realistic solution that may enable realization of Green Nano cells and help us to commercialize this technology. We plan to fill this vacuum because it is poised to see rapid growth. With a rich IP we plan our company to be acquired by some bigger companies and we are still working to decide a strategy to give maximum profit and value to our founders and investors.
These patents are in process and we will be filing them within the next 3 months.
? Modeling of Nano enabled Solar Cells and Fuel Cells (Green Cells).
? Application of High Performance Computing (HPC) in multi-scale modeling of Green Cells.
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak, and Salman Ahmed, "Wireless Sensor Network: Simulink Modeling and Reliability of Nano-Nodes," Seventh Annual Conference on Communication Networks and Services Research (Communicated ) Indexed in IEEE Explore
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak and Salman Ahmed, , "”Secure Multi Party Computation using Virtual Parties for Computation on Encrypted Data," IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering 2009 -- Computers, Software and Applications Symposium - CCECE '09 (Communicated ) Indexed in IEEE Explore
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak, and Salman Ahmed, "Business and Commercial Prospects of RFID," International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Governance 2008 RGTU Bhopal (accepted)
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak and Salman Ahmed, , "Commercial Prospects of RFID and a Java based Software Framework for RFID integrated Mobile Phones," IEEE Sarnoff Symposium 2009 (Communicated ) Indexed in IEEE Explore
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak and Salman Ahmed, , "MATLAB Modeling of HDD in light of the Advances in Nanotechnology and MEMS-based Innovations," 6th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications, and Information Technology (Communicated ) Indexed in IEEE Explore
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak, and Salman Ahmed, "Modeling Nano Enabled Solar and Fuel Cell," 6th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications, and Information Technology (Communicated ) Indexed in IEEE Explore
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak , and Salman Ahmed, "Micro Electro Opto Mechanical System Micro Mirror: Fabrication and Actuation" Conference on Nanotechnology and Its Applications in Quantum Computing-(NAQC-2008) Published
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak and Salman Ahmed, , "MPI and PVM based HPC Setup for Multi Scale Modeling," IEEE International Advance Computing Conference (IACC’09) Indexed in IEEE Explore (Communicated )
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak, "Distributive Computing for reliability analysis of MEMS devices using MATLAB," ACM International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communication and Control, ICAC3, pp. 237, January 23-24 2009. Published and Indexed in ACM DL
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak, and Salman Ahmed, "Optimizing HPC and parallelization for Nanotechnology," INDIACom-2009 BVP New Delhi (accepted)
Business Plans Referred
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak and Salman Ahmed, “Nano Wave CNT manufacturing” Bplan Shaastra 2007 (consolation prize)uploaded on www.nanotechbiz.org
 Satyadhar Joshi, Rohit Pathak and Salman Ahmed, “Nano Wave MEMS” Bplan Kshitij 2008 IIT Kharagpur uploaded on www.nanotechbiz.org
 Jonathan Butler, "Fuel Cells in India: A survey of current developments," Fuel Cell Today, June 2007.
 Economic Times Article on India green spending retrieved 28 Jan 2009
 Technical Advisory team - Prof. Manish Sharma (Pursuing PHD from IITB), Dr. Shukla (PHD in Chemistry) , Dr. D.K. Mishra (PHD in CSE)
RFID technology is still to realize its true potential, with the growing applications and development in low power devices RFID will integrate into many useful products and will have many features which will add value to its current state. In this executive summary for project we have described the challenges and planning of implementing the nanotechnology enabled RFID with special features. The market, companies, planning and the product development has been explained. Business in Nano enabled RFID is an important area also because its links are there with the new world order. The need for low power and highly efficient need of RFIS is eminent, which will be used in almost all application of Business.
Objective of our project is realization, research and application. For this we are aggressively working on enhancing our business plans as well to get groundbreaking research to be published in peer reviewed conferences and journal. We have made a good progress currently in this regard but with no source of external funding progress in our work have rather been some slow.
COMPANIES IN INDIA AND WORLD
In our survey for this project we have gathered the current companies which work in RFID and will shift to nano enabled RFID for adding more features in the current RFID technologies. The advantages of Nano RFID can be seen with its integration in human body with sensors, medical implantation and banking. Our implantation differs from other is that Nano RFID can enable complex features to be added in RFID to detect many components in human body. Many companies are working on RFID but Nanotech enabled RFID is still a thing that is not worked on. The future RFID is far beyond tag but will enabled complex sensors which will be in use with WSN wireless sensor networks.
The main RFID device in use is EPC (Electronic Product Code) but with added low power nanotechnology enabled devices this scenario is bound to change. The development of standards for RFID is overseen by EPCglobal Inc. which is a joint venture of EAN and UCC, the bodies which controls the regulation of Barcodes in US and rest of the world . In large quantities, EPC tags may even cost cheaper than 13 US cents  and is expected to drop to as low as 5 US cents in a few years . Many big companies are in RFID manufacturing and services today such as IBMTM and InfosysTM. They are building RFID tags and reader system for commercial market requirements. Some major IT enterprises also provide commercial software for RFID , such as IBMTM Websphere and SUN EPC network provided by Sun MicrosystemsTM. Commercial status of RFID is bound to increase in the near future. A large number of products in America are handled through retail supply chain and majority of them still rely on manual methods of data collection . Wal-mart has been studying and researching the business applications of RFID and has become one of the biggest user in retail market . Wal Mart  and US department of Defence  ordered their suppliers for implementation and usage of RFID by beginning of 2005 which made the academic community to shift towards it. Many retail industries such as Metro AG, Tesco and 7-Eleven have started using RFID in their supply chain management . This not only helps them optimize their supply chain management but helps them to know exactly where their products are at any time and these products can be tracked down in the chain easily.
India being the second largest growing economy, RFID technology is also getting rapidly adapted in Indian market . RFID is extensively used in apparel industry in India. Many retail industries such as Pantaloon and Madura garments have started using RFID to tag garments for SCM . In Wipro's Electronic City many stores such as Arving Mills sell RFID tagged products. Mahindra & Mahindra is using RFID for integrated production management . Jayakar Library of Pune University and Dhanvantri Library of Jammu University are using RFID for library management purposes. Ashok Leyland is also preparing to deploy RFID in its assembling centers . In order to reduce retail shrinkage many large retail outlets in India such as BIG BAZZAR and PANTALOON are using RFID .
BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL PROSPECTUS
The current research in RFID technology has already shown that it has a vast commercial scope. At present RFID is an emerging technology. Its power has been realized but its capabilities are yet to be utilized completely. As this technology gets developed, its use will eventually increase. RFID has a large business scope. In business, reader reads the tag then sends the information, identification and location of the object to a computer. Now with this information further business processes are initiated . There has been an outbreak in many areas of research with RFID such as environment management , project management , e-commerce , information systems  , innovation management , supply chain management and warehousing  . With the help of a well organized inventory system RFID systems can help in preventing theft, shop lifting, error and fraud losses, which amounts to nearly $31 billion USD in US . The retail industry has been completely changed and it is strongly believed that "Retailing in the 21st century will no doubt be very different from retailing in the 20th century, just as retailing in the 20th century was very different from retailing in the 19th century" . The distribution of RFID tags in different industries is eminent, which clearly depicts the largest share in retail industry . Our project will result in product which will be Nano enabled RFID system with the use of MEMS and CNT technologies. Assembling and middleware, also modeling aspects of Nano-RFID.
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Our aim is to find out a new promising solution to SMC. Many scientific calculations involves surveys and data from third organizations. Many organizations due to risk of data leakage and privacy preserving issue don't willingly provide the scientific organization with their data and thus the experiments cannot be conducted will full effectiveness. Our work will be to find a new secured way of SMC which will allow many public organizations and other industries to willingly provide their data and other information for computation in a secured manner. With the help of a secured technique we will be able to conduct many surveys including data from industrial sector, educational and academic sector, medical sector, tertiary sector, and from other organizations etc. which will allow us to compute some very useful results. These results will lead to further development of our country by providing us with useful information. Usually private industries don't share their data, account information, and other details of the functioning of the industry with public or with other such industries. Many private industries will be able to conduct useful surveys which will lead to development of the industrial sector as a whole.
We will be able to evolve new technology faster and better by conducting many surveys in public. These surveys will tell us about the technology which is being used by the public the most. We will be able to conduct secured and privacy preserving surveys which will lead us with information about the thinking of people about a technology and the technology being used by the public the most. A countries growth depends upon the growth of its citizens, small and large scale industries, schools, colleges, academic institutions, small and large scale businesses and organizations and their collective growth of all of them is dependent upon many factors. For the proper functioning, improvement and betterment of an industry it is required to monitor its growth and for its improvement surveys are conducted. Surveys are basically collection of data and processing of the collected data to obtain some useful results. These results are then examined to get the required data. Surveys are conducted on a large scale to obtain useful results for the industry. The surveys may be done for market research, marketing benefits, to depict the progress and functioning of the Industry, the effect of one industry on another industry, the affect of industry on the citizens and the overall progress of a country. The surveys can provide detailed insight into the functioning of the industry as the surveys include data and feedback directly collected from individual benefactors. Surveys can provide many useful results which can tell about the strength of the industry.
The prime objective of this research is to find a solution to Secure Multiparty Computation (SMC). During the research period we will study the existing techniques, examine them, simulate them, and will try to find a better approach to the existing techniques. We will try to find a highly efficient and maximum security SMC technique. None of the existing techniques are totally secure, all of them having some kind of flaw or vulnerability or both. Our aim will be to find a new method of computation which can safely perform SMC, providing us with required security, efficiency, performance, scalability, applicability, portability and ease of use. The required task may be to perform a secure scientific computation, secure statistical analysis, privacy-preserving data mining, privacy-preserving geometric computations, privacy-preserving intrusion detection, privacy-preserving database query, privacy preserving surveys or any such kind of computation involving private data from many parties, where the security of the private data and the identity of the party is the prime concern.
If government or any big organization wants to conduct surveys on hospitals, academic institutions, industries or financial organizations, financial and account information from banks etc. then the privacy and security of data of an individual or the organizations, in the computation is the major issue of concern. Currently many organizations refuse to give their data for survey purposes due to issues of less security and chances of data leakage involved in these types of data transactions. Research in this field can provide us with a new technique to perform SMC's, which will allow many organizations to conduct surveys freely and this can help in the growth of our country. We will be able to perform SMC's in a highly secured manner. Many SMC's can yield useful result, and many such computations are not conducted due to security as a major issue. With a new method many organizations would be able to compute useful results through computations involving data from many organizations, but this computation will be secured, thus keeping the security and yielding a useful result.