In 1863 there was great fanfare around the first 'Tube" in London. Shortly after, Thomas Edison and Nicholas Tesla, two great innovators, battled in the "War of Currents", between alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC), culminating in the first major AC hydroelectric plant at Niagara falls, in New York. 150 years later, in 2013, Elon Musk has made headlines with his electric cars and his ideas of a Hyperloop transport system. What happened in between? Henry Ford popularized the automobile, interstate highways were built, Boeing commercialized the airplane, and to move information better, the internet and the information superhighway was conceived.
Well known products for transporting people, processed foods, and information have been critical to our economic growth worldwide. Seafood Processing, Aquaculture, Hatcheries, Fish Passage and Rescue are an important part of our future economic growth. Whooshh transport systems cost effectively re-invent the way we move certain objects (particularly when live or fresh) and by doing so, provides a platform for new applications and solutions, that will decrease waste, improve yield and quality, and enable use of our natural resources for their most productive uses, all while decreasing the environmental footprint.