July 29, 2019 - Each year, the Oceanit Summer Interns give back to our local educational community by partnering with Helping Hands Hawai'i to host a school supply drive and fundraiser. In addition to the benefits providing school supplies to children and classrooms, this charitable tradition leads to a greater appreciation of the privilege that many of us have and awareness of the simple steps everyone can take to help keiki statewide. For the Oceanit Interns, this is a teambuilding and collaboration experience that they organize and lead purely as a team.
July 25, 2019 - Oceanit was honored to be included in the 2019 class of SBIR Success Stories for our project, called 'High Accuracy Network Determination System', or HANDS. The project was built as a global surveillance network to track orbiting satellites, debris, and asteroids.
July 15, 2019 - From 2008-2012, Hawaiian families tuned in to Hawaii News Now for Dr. V and his morning segment called 'Weird Science with Dr. V'. He is, of course, our very own Dr. Vinod Veedu, head of Oceanit's materials team and Director of Strategic Initiatives.
June 7, 2019 - What if the roads we drive on were sensors for an interconnected, smart city? Nanite™ turns the road itself into the sensor, enabling real-time technologies such as traffic & congestion monitoring, adaptive speed limits based on the real-time flow of traffic, and dynamic roadway lighting systems for efficient use of energy.
June 5, 2019 - Chances are that at some point in the past few years you’ve watched one of several viral videos showing hydrophobic coatings in action. These videos depict people dousing themselves with everything from dyed water and mud to ketchup and chocolate syrup. Viewers marveled as water- or oil-based substances rolled off shirts and shoes leaving no damage, stains, nor even a trace that they ever came into contact with the fabric.