May 16, 2016
San Marcos, CA and Toronto, Canada, May 16, 2016 – Encycle™ was highlighted in the April edition of the IEEE EKN Journal, “The Bridge”, where this issue is devoted to Biologically Inspired Engineering. The journal describes Encycle’s usage of biomimicry as a design philosophy, together with the experiences of NASA researchers, and engineering professors from James Madison University, Missouri University of Science and Technology, University of Applied Sciences in Saarbrucken, Germany.
Encycle has long since been recognized as a leader in applying biomimicry in the energy management field, with Janine Benyus, Co-founder of Biomimicry 3.8, showcasing Encycle in her TED talks and in Bloomberg Business Week articles on biomimicry.
“The inclusion of Encycle in this technical forum continues to demonstrate that innovation is clearly part of Encycle’s DNA,” said Peter Grubstein, Managing Director and Founder of NGEN Partners. He added, “They are industry leaders in applying biomimetic principles to develop commercially viable solutions.”
Bob Chiste, CEO of Encycle commented: “We have always strived to evangelize the benefits of Encycle’s Swarm Logic™ solution based on biomimetic principles in the energy management sector. The enhanced credibility brought by inclusion in this prestigious publication helps spread the word that it is possible to bring the benefits of biomimicry to the energy sector. Proof of the success of this strategy is the adoption of our service by a large and growing number of Fortune 500 enterprises.” Please read the full article in The Bridge Magazine – Page 25.
By Mark Kerbel of Encycle