is a small American company that focuses on wearable (i.e., earphones, phones) solutions, since 2006. Techiya has pioneered and developed technology primarily in bearable and audio space. Techiya's goal is to identify a need, develop a solution to the need, demonstrate the viability of the solution by proof of concepts or prototypes, then patent-protect the ideas and license or tech transfer the technology. An example of some of the features developed include suppressing audio when an earphone user's voice is detected so that they may become more aware of their ambient environment, an ear seal test for earphones, noise reduction signals mixed with audio, and voice detect and recognition solutions. Techiya currently has over 250+ patents on numerous ideas that we and our scientists have invented.
is a Satellite industry disruptor. Building the first IP network in orbit, future satellites will not require transmission to and from the earth. By eliminating the need for satellites to communicate with the ground, cost as well as size and battery requirements are significantly reduced. Terran Orbital subscribers will not need to obtain nor justify spectrum licenses for communications. Satellite cost will drop from the current $200 million to $1.5 million with no functionality loss. Terran Orbital is currently engaged with the Department of Defense and NASA on several projects and has a significant investment by Lockheed Martin Ventures. In March, 2022, Terran Orbital went public and was listed on the NYSE (LLAP). Staton serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors.