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Pulsar

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About Pulsar

Pulsar is a company to have developed and patented a commercially viable, industrial-scale process ("MagnaPulseTM") that uses magnetic pulse technology ("MPT") for welding ("MPW") and forming ("MPF") metals using high-energy electromagnetic fields. This technology has profound implications for virtually all manufacturing industries in which high volumes of metal are either welded together or formed by die-stamping. These implications encompass not only very substantial savings in direct and indirect costs but also speed, precision, strength and durability of the finished product and greatly enhanced flexibility in production planning.n, MPW can be used to join dissimilar metals (e.g. steel to aluminium) as readily as for similar metals.

Headquarters Location

115 Sagamore Street

Quincy, Massachusetts, 02171,

United States

617-786-9050

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Pulsar Patents

Pulsar has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Distribution (business)
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  • Shipping containers
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

2/25/2016

10/12/2021

Ascomycota incertae sedis, Production and manufacturing, 3D imaging, Product management, Brand management

Grant

Application Date

2/25/2016

Grant Date

10/12/2021

Title

Related Topics

Ascomycota incertae sedis, Production and manufacturing, 3D imaging, Product management, Brand management

Status

Grant

Latest Pulsar News

Xona Secures Investment from First Spark Ventures and Lockheed Martin to Accelerate LEO GPS Alternative

Aug 4, 2022

Xona Engineer Nick Manglaviti setting up hardware-in-the-loop testing at Xona’s R&D lab in San Mateo, California. (Image Credit: Xona Space Systems) SAN MATEO, Calif. (Xona Space Systems PR) — Xona Space Systems, a pioneer in navigation technologies from Low Earth Orbit (LEO), is excited to announce that they have raised an oversubscribed financing round to accelerate the development of their high-performance commercial satellite navigation network, bringing their total funding to over $25M. The round was led by First Spark Ventures who is joined by numerous new investors including Lockheed Martin Ventures, SRI Ventures (of SRI International), Velvet Sea Ventures, Gaingels, Airstream Venture Partners, and Space.VC. Existing investors also continue to show firm conviction in Xona’s accomplishments and market opportunity with participation from Seraphim Space, Toyota Ventures, 1517 Fund, MaC Venture Capital, and Stellar Ventures. Xona is focused on the development of Pulsar – a Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite navigation system designed to provide resilient and trusted centimeter-level position anywhere on the globe. Within the past year Xona more than doubled their full-time headcount, launched their first orbital mission, and signed agreements with major players across the GPS/GNSS ecosystem such as  Hexagon | NovAtel  and  Spirent Federal . “What the team has been able to accomplish in the past year is awe inspiring,” said Xona CEO Brian Manning. “The massive domain expertise of our supporters in everything from scaling global companies to deep technical knowledge of GNSS is both a validation of our team’s capabilities as well as a catalyst that has been instrumental in our growth and speed.” The new capital will accelerate the development of Pulsar through several critical design milestones by expanding the team and building out Xona’s new R&D and manufacturing facility in Burlingame, CA to enable more rapid design cycles and prepare for production. Xona’s first demonstration mission, Huginn, was successfully launched in May 2022, and their second mission, Muninn, is planned to launch in 2023. “Xona’s approach to GNSS is poised to enable a whole new class of robust & reliable solutions in everything from automotive to drones,” said Manish Kothari, Managing Director of First Spark. “This is a technically challenging problem – a problem which the Xona team is uniquely qualified and experienced to address. We are very excited to be part of this journey with them.” Xona’s core mission is to enable modern technology to operate safely in any environment, anywhere on Earth. To achieve this in industries such as automotive autonomy, drones, and aerial mobility, precise knowledge of location and time is critical, and it must be robust against sources of potential interference or degradation. This is driving a need for global infrastructure that can support the demands of these applications as they continue to expand in both capability and geography. “As customer needs evolve, Lockheed Martin Ventures continues to work with companies we believe are on the forefront of emerging technology and that support increasingly resilient, hybrid systems,” said Chris Moran, vice president and general manager of Lockheed Martin Ventures. “We invested in Xona so they can continue to develop and build their commercial system to complement the greater Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) architecture.” Xona has been making rapid progress towards launching their commercial GNSS alternative. In less than a year the company has successfully tested the core technology for Pulsar in both simulation and hardware, designed, built, and flown the world’s first ever privately funded satellite navigation mission, and grown to over 30 employees, all for under $10 million. “The world would look very different today without GPS,” said Xona CTO Dr. Tyler Reid. “The ubiquitous robust precision that Pulsar can provide has potential to make the same level of global impact, not only in present and emerging markets, but we believe this global high precision can also enable entirely new devices and apps that we haven’t even thought of yet.” About Xona Space Systems, Inc. Xona Space Systems is developing the first ever independent high-performance satellite navigation and timing system designed to meet the needs of intelligent systems. Delivered via a secure, high-power signal from Xona’s low Earth orbit satellites, the patent-pending Pulsar™ service aims to enable the next wave of connected technology. Learn more at  www.xonaspace.com  or follow Xona Space Systems on Twitter  @XonaSpace . Post navigation Blue Origin's New Shepard

Pulsar Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Pulsar's headquarters?

    Pulsar's headquarters is located at 115 Sagamore Street, Quincy.

  • What is Pulsar's latest funding round?

    Pulsar's latest funding round is Other Investors.

  • Who are the investors of Pulsar?

    Investors of Pulsar include Millennium Materials Technologies Fund and Infinity Fund.

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