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Ontonics Further steps
We adapted a technology of another company to optimize a sub- component of us that delivers a higher performance now.

Also, we developed a further variant of our WiSer technology by reusing an older solution of a different field of technology.
We also developed a specific component.

Thanks to a reminder by a third party, we developed our smart iMat based on our Flip-Flop technology and related applications. For ex- ample, the iMat can be used as an excersice mat for gymnastics and yoga, or as a large input device for video game consoles that direct- ly senses movements of a user on it through the touchscreen and the additional touchless and touch-sensitive sensors, shows inform- ations related with the excersicing or gaming, and gives feedback and analytics in realtime with its electronic visual display and loud- speakers like a personal trainer would do.

Ontoscope Further steps
Already on the 3rd of September 2014 we worked on a simple proto- type of the Ontoscope OOO presented the first time in the Further steps of the 11th of July 2014 (see also the related Original vs. In- spiration of the 9th of July 2014, and the Ontonics Further steps and the Original vs. Inspiration of the 23rd of July 2014) that is based on the LED watch Classic presented around the year 2006 by the com- pany Time-It, which features a slap-on-wrist silicon rubber strap with LEDs as time indicatiors, and includes a model variant that is wireless rechargeable. Somehow we got the impression that it has been orphaned in the meantime, but seems to be revived again now as the Zero A and Zero B (see the images of the Original vs. Inspir- ation of today).

Original vs. Inspiration
1. row: Time-It Classic LED watch with slap-on-wrist silicon rubber strap and Ontoscope OOO prototype without display
2. row: Time-It Classic LED watches and Magic Box wireless recharging station

Time-It Classic LED WatchTime-It Classic LED Watch → Ontoscope OOO Prototype without Display
Time-It Classic LED Watches and Magic Box for Wireless Recharging
© Time-It and Ontoscope

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Hybrid Laminated Safety Glass™
Hybrid Laminated Security Glass™

Ontonics Website update
We have renamed the electronic Laminated Safety Glass #2 (eLSG2) to electronic Hybrid Laminated Safety Glass (eHLSG) and updated the related descriptions accordingly.

Ontonics Further steps
We have developed a new solution in two different variants, which are far beyond everything else seen so far.

Style of Speed Further steps
We added another unique safety feature to our Powered Lift Air- crafts, Autocopters, and Speeders.

Also, we developed another component further.

In addition, we would like to give the information that our motor- cycle engine announced in the Further steps of the 26th of August 2014 is designed in such a way that it could be used for our car conversions and as a replacement for their engines based on motor- cycle engines.

While already talking about our motorcycle engine we would like to mention that we surely have a very short crankshaft stroke and exceptionally lightweighted titanium connecting rods as well besides many more high-tech features that the rest do not have. By the way: The maximal number of revolutions is far above 11,000 rpm.

Furthermore, we are thinking about the possibility to make our con- versions models of their own in the process of the consolidation announced in the Further steps of the 23rd of September 2014, like e.g. the Caccia and the Huracán SuperElemento.

Last but not least, we are thinking more and more that our muscle car could also be based on the model Mustang by the company Ford. The advantages are that it would fit better with the theme, need no convinction of potential customers, and sell better in the U.S.A. in contrast to a Volkswagen based car.

Ontonics Further steps
We developed some new solutions based on older technologies.

Style of Speed Further steps
We thought that the motorcycle concept shown as Original today is the ideal foundation to develop and produce our first motorcycle of Style of Speed. The motorcycle concept featured a boxer engine with a displacement of 996 ccm, 2 cylinders each with 4 valves (4V) made out of titanium, Double OverHead Camshaft (DOHC) valve train with desmodromic valve control system, fuel injection, electronic ignition, and water cooling system, which produced 135 to 140 hp (100 to 103 KW) with 11,000 rpm maximal, as well as 6-speed trans- mission, Paralever cardan, and a Telelever fork already at that time (see also the related comment in the Further steps of the 26th of August 2014 and yesterday).
But what is shown in the original images gives only an impression about what we are constructing. In fact, we have entirely overwork- ed every part of the concept, for example the vibrations at very high revolutions have been eliminated completely to make even high- er revs possible and our engine is narrower, so that our motorcycle will deliver "standard limits shifting performances", as promised.

Bayerische Motorenwerke R1 Desmo Prototype (1989 - 1992)

Bayerische Motorenwerke R1 Desmo PrototypeBayerische Motorenwerke R1 Desmo Prototype
© Alan Cathcart

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Ontonics Further steps
As a continuation of our developments, we created some more new solutions based on older and newer technologies of others and us.

Style of Speed Further steps
We have stopped to work on our original concept of using engines of the motorcycle marque Volkswagen→ Audi→Ducati for automobiles, because a clone of our other original concept, the model WL1, has one of these engines and showed, that the used engine delivers a torque of 134 Nm only and that an additional reduction gear unit besides the common transmission is needed due to its high revolut- ions per minute. These are two issues that we do not want at once and with our superior Desmo engine (see the Further steps of yest- erday) we already have an alternative as mentioned in the Further steps of the 4th of October 2014.

We also developed our next engine, that is based on several tech- nologies, which are claimed to deliver optimizations of around 20%, 10%, and 20% if taken alone and compared to a common combust- ion engine, and on our integrations, further optimizations, and solut- ions of open problems. As a the result, our engine should make an overall optimization of the said 50% possible due to our specific design.
This new engine will enable us to construct for example the most efficient car, that accordingly is called the ½ Liter car. Even better, we designed the engine in such way, so that it can be integrated with other superior technologies of us as well.
As we explained some years ago, it will become senseless to propa- gate the all-electric powertrain as the only alternative and we think our overall concept is even better than what has been proposed in the field of environmental friendly mobility in the last years.

Also, we have developed a second variant of our quasiturbine based on a technology of another entity, that fits perfectly with our tech- nology and even might be the last missing piece on the one hand and following the claim of its inventors should deliver an outstanding increase of efficiency on the other hand. We claim the latter too.

Furthermore, we toyed around with rotary engines and developed some own very high-performance variants that also solve some ser- ious problems, specifically the high oil consumption and the related exhaust air pollution, and also the unwanted gyroscopic precession.
At first, we had no application for our new rotary engines, but after some considerations we concluded that it might be highly interesting to use one special model as an aircraft engine, which could replace the engine range that is span by the turboprop and the high-bypass turbofan engines, though it is set in direct competition to our quasiturbines. Nevertheless, expect a fuel consumption decreased by at least 30%.

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projection Plastic™
projection Polymer™

Ontonics Website update
We added the missing project:


    and a related stub of its description to the Innovation-Pipeline.

    We also renamed the project projection electronic Polymer (peP) to projection Polymer (pP).

    Style of Speed Further steps
    We were asked by Ontonics if we could design an aerial vehicle that features one of our new rotary engines. As a first result, we select- ed an existing high-performance unmanned plane and reworked the powertrain section accordingly. But then we remembered our new type of aerial vehicle, which was mentioned in the Ontonics Further steps of the 26th and 27th of September 2014, and two older types of aircraft and as a second result we combined elements of the re- worked plane and the other three aerial vehicle types to a new air- craft.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We have optimized two older technologies of the same field.

    Comment of the Day
    “Style is a simple way of saying complicated things.”, [Jean Cocteau].
    In this sense: Style of Speed.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We have started a new project in a relatively new field.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We have developed a solution that integrates two old technologies and a solution for an old problem. We are wondering why nobody has presented them in the past. Maybe we will find an original inventor of one of these solutions later, though we would not make a bet on that possibility.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We began to connect our latest developments in the field of Nuclear Energy 2.0 mentioned in the Further steps of the 21st and 29th of July 2014, specifically the home energy reactor Mr. Fusion, with our latest development in the field of 0 Gravity 3.0 mentioned in the Fur- ther steps of the 18th of September 2014, specifically the Repulsor- lift generator respectively engine.

    In this conjunction we would like to give the informations that the protoypes of the basic components are running and some foundat- ional technologies are used in practice already, and the final devices get a Global Positioning System (GPS) and a self-destruction mech- anism against unauthorized use, dissection, and reverse engineering.

    More Power - More Speed - More Fun
    American Gravity

    Style of Speed Further steps
    We would like to show the aircraft developed in the 1980s by an int- ernational partnership as a high-altitude, long-duration surveillance platform for treaty verification and environmental monitoring. It is designed as an Optionally Piloted Vehicle (OPV) allowing the aircraft to be used either manned or unmanned as a mission would dictate or the user would prefer, for example in the case that the aircraft should be flown in controlled airspace. Said this, there are no prob- lems with performance, maturity, and legality, as well as costs of any kind.
    The aircraft is a fully composite conventional mid-wing monoplane with extremely high aspect ratio wings, a length of 13.82 m (45 ft 4 in), a wing span of 33.0 m (108 ft 3 in), an empty weight of 3,300 kg (7,275 lb), a maximal takeoff weight of 4,700 kg (10,362 lb), and a single turboprop engine as actual powerplant. The OPV variant off- ers an endurance of up to 7.5 hours, while the Unmanned Aerial Veh- icle (UAV) variant is capable of flight times up to 11 hours with the same payload.
    We use this aircraft as a basis for a smaller and very cost-effective UAV and reworked the powertrain section with our engines, which was mentioned as the first result in the Further steps of the 6th of October 2014, also made further significant performance optimizat- ions, and added a pylon system to carry a more flexible pod system for the latests sensors of our SIGnals INTelligence (SIGINT) variant and the usual external fuel tanks if needed. An immediately available variant has a flight time that is increased by 25% to around 14 hours for the common UAV flight configuration mentioned in the previous section and to more than 44 hours with further optimizations and external fuel tanks.
    In fact, the concept of the UAV MQ-9 Reaper is based on this air- craft and has only a contemporary design for the marketing with the same turboprop engine model positioned at the rear and a V-tail (the publicated data about its performance are very inconsistent and highly questionable when compared with the performances of this OPV/UAV).

    Style of Speed
    © :I

    But this is not all. We also have researched and developed another hybrid mode aerial vehicle with a wing span of around 40 m (131 ft 3 in), an endurance of up to 72 hours, and more superior features.

    Style of Speed Website update
    We publicated the new webpage for our technology Head-Mounted Display@Car (see also the related Ontonics Further steps of the 2nd of July 2014).

    Ontonics Further steps
    We are pleased to give the information that we are able now to decrease the power consumption of our displays by more than 15%. Said this, our latest 3D displays (see the arrow with the blue head in the graphic given in the Clarification of the 30th of August 2014) consume the same amount of electric energy like a common display of the year 2011.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We also looked again at the Helium Cylindrical Transmutation Reactor (HeCTRE) and at a special cylindrical polywell with magnetic mirror and Penning trap, and if it fits with our requirement specification.

    Btw.: We already doubt that all patents of Lockheed Martin are valid and that some patents can be substituted by other solutions easily.
    We also doubt that its reactor construction will work, because simply said it is only a variation of what everybody else tried or is trying, and if the structure of the magnetic field is the decisive break- through has to be proven.
    Lockheed Martin is taking a high risk with such an announcement, though we think everybody should be allowed for at least one time to announce a perpetuum mobile. Maybe, it wants to take over the work of Bussard and his company EMC².
    Also, somebody could argue to scale down a tokamak by a factor of 10 to realize it sooner.
    Nevertheless, the Magnetic IEC is interesting, while MC with e.g. a tokamak is said to be more stable.

    We developed a new solution by adapting one or more technologies of different fields of applications. The basic solution is mature just right from the start and will become the standard soon after we pat- ented it and made the related publications. In addition, we enhanced and extended it in several ways while writing this message. We like it very much already.

    Style of Speed Further steps
    Maybe one of the last doodles of conversions for the model Huracán of the marque Volkswagen→Audi→Lamborghini before we reduce our range and change to our own chassis finally (see the Further steps of the 23rd of September 2014) that shows a widebody conversion simply called 707 without forced induction system.

    Style of Speed Lamborghini Huracán LP 707
    © :I, :I, :I, and Style of Speed

    Pictures of the Day
    Ebola Virus and Influenza/Flu Virus

    Plush Ebola VirusPlush Influenza/Flu Virus
    © Giant Microbes

    Ontonics Website update
    We have stopped the project Sugarfox officially started on the 9th of October 2013 (see the related Ontonics and OntoLab Further steps) and replaced it with the new project:

  • Salt and Pepper (Salt 'n' Pepper or S&P).

    Now we are finding out which of the three plus one very promising alternatives is the most interesting one, so that we can add common features that are still missing in Sugar after all the years or are more attractive for the end users and us, and also that we can get rid of the unwanted destructive influences.

    Mainly, there are two reasons for this change:

  • 1. Already some months ago we have forked the Sugar learning environment in such a way, that is neither compatible with the original concept nor with the code anymore.
  • 2. We were anticipating that a developer of the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) association, who thought and most potentially is still thinking to be very clever, will steal the software architecture of Sugarfox after we announced it as an alternative to his decision to support only the Linux kernel based operating system Android and the related web browser Chrome as part of his first solo run to translate the original version of the Sugar learning environment implemented with the programming language Python into a version programmed in the HyperText Markup Language 5 (HTML5) and the scripting language JavaScript (JS).
    Exactly this has happened recently and as a result he publicated a related app with the translated Sugar that runs on top of the Firefox OS as part of his second solo run. Obviously, this software stack is nothing else than Sugarfox and hence gives us an outstanding ex- ample of social behaviour in an open source community and an asso- ciation that claims to make the world a better place.
    You broke it. You own it. You stick with it.

    Btw.: If they would have some competences in the field of software architecture and operating systems for mobile devices, then they would not have started a project that lets a student implement a module based on the software library PhoneGap respectively Apache Cordova, because it makes no sense and is only a waste of time due to Sugarfox and the stolen software stack consisting of Sugar as an application based on HTML5 and JS running on Firefox OS.

    The same as in the case of the Sugarfox scandal has also happened before with a semantic variant of Sugar, two times with the a tablet computer, and now with the also copied Text-To-Speech (TTS) feat- ure again.
    At first the learning environment Sugar had no TTS, then after the developers saw it with OntoLinux this feature was added to Sugar as well. Now, the TTS needs an update like Sugar and at first the TTS of Android was suggested, as in the case with Sugar implemented with HTML5 and JS, but suddenly they use the related software list- ed in the section Natural Language Processing of the website Links to Software.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We are looking for investors, who are interested in another truly ingenious green energy generating technology, which is a must have for the U.S.A. and also especially interesting for other leading nat- ions.

    First investor round is for securing the intellectual properties world- wide.
    Second investor round is for realizing a proof-of-concept that is a smaller, cost-effective demonstrator.
    Third investor round is for making it big.

    iRaiment Further steps
    We would like to give the information that one variant of our accu- mulator/battery wristband has an electric power storage capacity of up to 1,500 mAh in addition to the existing battery of a smartwatch and, if at all, adds no substantial weight in comparison to e.g. a normal metal link wristband. Other variants have lower electric power storage capacity of around 1,000 mAh. The wristbands come in at least three versions that make possible different ways of mounting to a smartwatch case, but this can also be customized easily.

    OntoLab and iRaiment Open Glasses #4
    Since quite some time we are looking at a specific design for a Sm@rtEyewear and today we thought it would not be the worst choice to consider it for production in general and for the Open Glasses project in particular.

    Comment of the Day
    "Neuland 4.0"

    OntoLix and OntoLinux Further steps
    We guess that some readers wondered why we publicated the Fur- ther steps of OntoLix and OntoLinux together since a longer periode of time. The answer is simple: OntoLinux has been stopped exactly at the time, when we began with the publication of the related news in this way (see the Announcement of the 22nd of February 2013), and since then the whole development is already focusing on OntoLix only.

    At first we planned to make OntoLix the variant of OntoLinux that is covered by an open source license for commercial use. Later we also planned to license it as a closed source operating system. But in the last days we remembered again that we already had focused on software projects that support the GNU Lesser General Public Lic- ense (LGPL) license or similar permissive licenses without a copyleft clause, like for example the BSD license and the MIT license, in total contrast to the GNU General Public License (GPL), when we designed OntoLix and OntoLinux. For sure, in the course of this we looked at the BSD Unix and Solaris operating system series all the years as well.
    We discussed this point in the past already in general and in relation with another Linux kernel based operating system that changed the basic standard C library to isolate applications running on this oper- ating system from the effects of both the GPL and the LGPL (see the Further steps 24th of February 2013).

    Said this, we are continuing to look for more alternatives to Linux and L4 microkernel compatible operating systems as well as GPLed software that are covered by the BSD, MIT, LGPL and similar licenses. Indeed, this is a little setback, but like a wildfire it makes space for a new beginning.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We refined the solution mentioned in the Further steps of the 20th of October 2014.


  • National Information and Communications Technology Centre of Excellence Australia and Open Kernel Labs: After our intellectual properties were copied without correctly referencing respectively stolen and the public was misled for more than15 years the federal research institute National Information and Communications Techno- logy Centre of Excellence Australia (NICTA) and the suspicious com- pany Open Kernel Labs (OK Labs) finally ditched the closed source variant of their verified L4 microkernel called seL4 and licensed it with related materials and tools under open source licenses (see their cases in the Investigations::Multimedia of the 21st of August 2009 and the Clarification of the 26th of May 2011).
    After our latest investigation we found out that the defrauding dev- elopers did not know and still do not know how to go on, because we gave nothing more to steal, and that what we publicated in relation with the L4 microkernel and a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) variant of OntoLinux was taken for two projects. The one project is related with trusted applications and other software tech- nologies, and the other project is related with a combination of an RTOS and the seL4 microkernel, and conducted together with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and some other suspicious companies, that once again also have no clue about what to do.
    We also took a quick look at the seL4 microkernel and found out that it is only verified for processors with an Memory Management Unit (MMU), as used in deeply embedded systems, but not for Dynamic Memory Allocation (DMA), which proves that this specific microkernel is totally common. Perhaps the NICTA and Open Kernel Labs really do think that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the United States Armed Forces (USAF) have not verified the correctness and proved the temporal behaviours of their RTOSs in all the years before.
  • KDE: After our intellectual properties were copied without correct- ly referencing respectively stolen and the public was misled for more than 10 years on the one hand (see its case in the Investigations:: Multimedia of the 25th of October 2012), and on the other hand we discussed the issue with the so-called semantic desktop Nepomuk and the related desktop file indexer Strigi in the OntoLix and Onto- Linux Further steps of the 3rd of January 2014 the last supporters of the semantic desktop stopped their activities after they could not solve the problems. For sure, they still try to pervert the facts as it can be seen with ambivalent statements like this: "Nepomuk and Strigi are technologies part of what delivers the abilities of the Sem- antic Search in KDE. Both are not used directly in the latest gener- ation of KDE's Semantic Search, however their successors share much of their code and concepts.", "The change to Semantic Search in KDE is a natural next step in the process of taking technology that came out of an academic research project [(Nepomuk)] and ad- apting it to real world use cases.", and "The Nepomuk project in KDE aimed at implementing the vision of "The Semantic Desktop" using RDF. After years of trying the developers felt that while many of the ideas behind "The Semantic Desktop" were great implementing them using RDF and classical semantics was not the way to go. The Baloo [Semantic Search] project is just a file indexing solution for KDE. Everything that Nepomuk provided is now handled by other software which are part of the KDE Umbrella."
    Furthermore, as a true member of the internet dictatorship Google and Google funded open source community the KDE developers did not stop with their attempt of copying our intellectual properties and misleading the public. These facts can be seen easily with the de- scription of the semantic search component Baloo and its compar- ison to the Ontologic File System (OntoFS) component of OntoLix and OntoLinux. "Instead of having a single RDF-based database for all information, Semantic Search now provides separate data stores and search interfaces. This allows it to store and search each type of content in an optimal way. Under the hood, the Semantic Search infrastructure uses SQLite and Xapian to index and retrieve data." and "Baloo focuses on providing a very small memory footprint along with extremely fast searching. It internally uses a mixture of SQLite along with Xapian to store the file index." Obviously, that semantic search component with its seperate data stores now copies another part of the software architecture of OntoLix and OntoLinux. For example, the embedded database management system SQLite and the basic approach of using separate data stores (keyword file data- base system) can be found on the webpage of the OntoFS compon- ent of OntoLix and OntoLinux, the probabilistic information retrieval library Xapian was mentioned in relation with the OntoFS in the OntoLinux Further steps of the 20th of September 2012, and more evidences not discussed here are existing as well. But again the KDE developers are not solving the real problems at all in this way, like for example the connection of the seperate data stores, instead are reinventing the semantic desktop only in the end, which they al- ready had but were unable to handle, and are waiting that they can copy from us without referencing, like in the case of the semantic desktop. But this will not happen, definitely.

    Btw.: No wonder that the Xapian project is interested in the Google Summer of Code nonsense, which shows another time how the ser- ious criminal infiltration method of the internet dictatorship funct- ions. In fact, Google does not support an open source project, but does seek total control about it. In the case of KDE they are pushing its web browser technology into the software stack by the infiltrated Qt project with the QtWebEngine module only to harm other open source projects and us in this way again. There is no technical reas- on and has nothing to do with supporting Qt and KDE at all, but only with a measure to protect its Android based ecosystem.
    Luckily the possibility to file a software patent does exist.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We developed a variant of a common technology by integrating an- other older technology. The new solution solves two problems and belongs to the few candidates that have the potential to become new standards.

    OntoLix Further steps
    The development of OntoLix made a much more significant headway than expected. The basis of the new software stack and further functions are already there and in the course of this we even are able to realize the enhanced software architecture in a highly eleg- ant way.
    The presentation of the new software stack is coming soon, but do not expect any publications about specific details and patentable features.

    Comment of the Day
    "Firework rockets on a trampoline"

    OntoLix and OntoLinux Further steps
    We have developed the software architecture further. The latest result strengthens our assumption that it might become the new standard in this field.
    In relation to a presentation we have to refer to the comment given with the OntoLix Further steps of yesterday.

    Comment of the Day
    Head-Mounted Display@Car™

    Ontonics Further steps
    We developed a common technology further, so that it can be applied with another common technology.

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    Christian Stroetmann GmbH