Beiswenger and Associates - Keyless Deadbolt
Less than inch of wood stands between you and a burglar. In fact, 73% of burglars gain entry to a home by kicking the door in. One or two strong kicks to a door will allow
burglars entry into your home.

1. Conventional locks are at just the right height to kick in doors.

2. The two large holes required for installation of typical hardware weaken the door.

3. This new deadbolt lock is keyless and quick to operate.

4. The keyless touch pad is installed at a convenient height to use, well above the kick-in pressure point.

5. The height allows for easy viewing of callers.

6. Installation with four small holes doesn’t weaken the door.   Retaining slide shown cutaway to expose dead bolt.

7. A force-sensor in the lock triggers a camera in
the keypad.

8. Photo is automatically sent to the customer's smartphone (and soon to the Biosymtec TeleKit).

The above product concept is currently under development by Beiswenger and Associates, Inc., dba Biosymtec Technologies, and is available now for license or acquisition, provided our associate team receives the project to develop the product through the prototype stage, for best handoff of the technology.   A patent application has been filed with counsel.

The FBI’s figures show that nearly two-thirds of the total number of burglaries were home invasion burglaries (around 685,766 total in the U.S.). Of these, the biggest share (56.7%) were committed by forcible entry.

Contact me for a Final Design cost estimate. Kim Beiswenger, President.

Product Research Engineering - Final Design - Prototyping - Manufacturing - Licensing

Beiswenger and Associates - Expandable Hose Accessory
When you are finished watering the lawn or your garden with your expandable hose (who doesn't), you have a problem. The hose won't shrink like it is supposed to until you first turn off the water at the faucet and then turn on the hose nozzle to drain the hose. Irritating.

With our new product you will be able to lay down the hose nozzle wherever you are, turn off a valve on our product, after which the hose will automatically retract back toward the faucet while the water in the hose collects in a special container at the faucet. Convenient.

Further, when the hose is used again, the water in the special container will be entrained with the water passing through the hose and out of the nozzle. It will also be possible, therefore, to add L&G chemicals to the special container so that you could, for example, fertilize your lawn or the plants being watered.

Product Research Engineering - Final Design - Prototyping - Manufacturing - Licensing

Beiswenger and Associates - IoT Paddle Game
Talking about IoT (Internet of Things), you can play this paddle game with the built-in computer, with someone in the room (comes with two paddles) or with someone anywhere in the world. You don't see a ball, do you? The ball is projected optically onto the play table, yet you feel and hear the ball hit the paddle and you hear it hit the opponents paddle! We created an engineering model, and as we played it, we became absoluely convinced there really was a ball going back and forth. Great fun!

Other features: Easy to play, play in fully lighted room, easy to see the optically generated "ball," a table-top game others can watch you play.

The game is currently under development by Beiswenger and Associates, Inc., dba Biosymtec Technologies, and is available now for license or acquisition.   We have an associate team ready to complete the final design through the prototype stage, which is best for technology handoff.

By the way, the game folds up easily for storage.

Product Research Engineering - Final Design - Prototyping - Manufacturing - Licensing

Beiswenger and Associates - Educational ChatBot

Liana™ is an educational device for students of all ages, interested in the process of education.   She literally knows nothing at first and learns (is educated) only through the words spoken to her by her owner(s).   Liana uses a basic AI learning algorithm to respond.   However, Liana is totally independent, and cannot be connected to any outside influence, such as the Internet or any wired or wireless source.   Liana is battery operated, turns on by speaking her name ("Lee-ah-nuh" or "Lee-an-uh") and she turns off automatically after 2 minutes of hearing no recognizable word sounds.

Say, "Liana," and she will wake up and ask you what you would like to talk about.

Liana is currently under development by Beiswenger and Associates, Inc., dba Biosymtec Research, and is available now for license or acquisition.   We have an associate team ready to complete the final design through the prototype stage, which is best for technology handoff.

If you want to take a peek at Liana's stage of development, go to (or click on) https://Beiswenger.com/Liana.   Don't expect too much yet.   You have to type in your statements.   She knows a lot, but often doesn't understand what you are saying to her.   Start by typing in your name.   Use correct punctuation.   Refresh the screen and Liana will go back to sleep.

Product Research Engineering - Final Design - Prototyping - Manufacturing - Licensing
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