As part of the SES mission, ongoing internal design work is performed on topics of interest. The design studies, white papers, and patents provided below summarize some of that work and are provided as insight into areas of interest. This page is regularly updated as new design work is completed, so stay tuned for new developments!
Design studies are short summaries of design concepts. Their purpose is to explore feasibility and make a determination on the value of further evaluation. This may include physical designs, concepts of analysis, or any other discussion on potential solutions in a summarized basis.
A brief look at a proposed platform for showcasing future sustainable living technologies. The platform consists of a Recreational Vehicle styled to match the upcoming Tesla Cybertruck.
White papers are analyses of proposed designs. Often they are an extension of design summaries where additional analysis is performed to further increase confidence on design feasibility.
A description of a developed Monte Carlo analysis program is provided that shows the capability of the tool to determine the impact of risk and uncertainty on project metrics.
Inventions are design items that are being considered for “reality”. This can come in the form of existing products, ongoing prototyping, or patents.
Demetrius Siachames was named as co-inventor on two patents for a novel coupling system on a surgical assistant arm. Demetrius’ contribution was to develop a design that allows for one handed operation for a stable connection. The major challenge was developing an interface between the instrument and surgical arm that was stable when considering the wide manufacturing variability anticipated for different instruments.
The two patents are linked below:
Provisional Patent Application 63077187 was filed by Demetrius Siachames as a next step in finding ways to commercialize the approach. SES looks forward to working with transit companies, city planners, and other visionaries in revolutionizing how people commute in urban centers.
SES in collaboration with KLS Percussion has designed and manufactured percussion equipment and new parts that enhance the operation of existing equipment. Designs include chime mallets, foot operated cymbal damping machines, castanet machines, snare spreaders, and practice pads. For more information and details contact KLS Percussion.