OutsideInnovation was founded by an aerospace engineer. We have more than 5 years of experience in RF ion propulsion and the commercial satellite industry.
Boa Technology sought to create a silent, reliable version of its flagship reel-based closure system that preserved its traditional form factor and brand.
OutsideInnovation is one of the original members of the Airion Dynamics team and plays a key R&D role in plasma physics, mechanical design, and analysis.
OutsideInnovation designed and installed an autopilot system for the Roatan Institute of Deepsea Exploration on their flagship submersible MUV, Idabel.
We designed a hydraulic actuator with an integrated hydraulic timer to sense when the rider was upside down and release the equipment at the appropriate time.
OutsideInnovation provided deep-sea submersible piloting and engineering services to this multimillion-dollar expedition to the bottom of the Great Blue Hole in Belize.
OutsideInnovation developed the smallest functional RF ion thruster (1 cm in diameter) in the world and had a paper published at the 2005 IEPC and 2009 IEPC.
OutsideInnovation was fully involved in developing a high definition in-ear monitor by providing both engineering and management services.
OrthoFi Inc. sought to improve efficiency in their insurance eligibility check process. OutsideInnovation analyzed and proposed data-driven solutions to the problem.
OutsideInnovation designed a system for catching new species of fish using a deep-sea submersible at depths of 2250 ft allowing for advancements in fish taxonomy projects.
OutsideInnovation partnered with R.I.D.E. starting in 2011 and since then has completed 3500+ hours of work on numerous deep submergence vehicle projects.
A 5-year study to investigate the use for a honeycomb structure in deep-sea submersible window seats as a means to maintain stiffness and decrease window weight.
We developed a data acquisition system with the aim of determining the maximum strain and loading rate in the cable-based closure system for an alpine ski boot.