HOUSTON, Texas – Tueor Technologies, a Wyoming/Texas-based corporation has announced that their decade-long research and development effort, improving on their original patented Digital Current System, has been completed.

Automotive Applications

Through US govt./Military vehicle testing, the company has found the capabilities of this technology can be incorporated into consumer vehicles. Tueor believes the raw cost of replacement (all chassis and engine harnesses) would be at least 50% less. This technology is very versatile as it has the potential to become ubiquitous in any electronic system requiring power, grounding, control and communications.

This application system provides absolutely 100% NON-HACKABLE cyber-security. (Highly important to massive ADAS systems and even more importantly, autonomous vehicles.)


The original patented technologies combined grounding, feedback, dedicated power and control into a single conduit (instead of several) and combined all of their functionalities into a single wire or pair. This significantly reduced the number of wires needed, and their mass, accordingly, in standard applications (i.e. vehicles, computers, medical devices, etc.) by more than 70% while providing enhanced control, reliability, durability, simplicity, survivability, communications and the highest level of cyber-security, which no software ever written could ever deliver, at a lower cost. This technology was originally designed for satellites. In fact, the technology was fully tested and validated in a micro-satellite that was placed in orbit. But over the past decade, the technology has been adapted for multiple applications.

Medical & Satellite Applications

This new, updated technology has been further lightened and miniaturized and is intended to fit the needs of biomedical applications (pacemakers) and the latest defense industry satellites because it is lightweight, provides greater efficiency and increased power-handling capabilities along with drastically reduced band-width/processing requirements while simultaneously increasing reliability and survivability of specific applications four-fold.

Conventional Wiring System

Conventional Wiring System

Tueor Wiring System

Tueor Wiring System

All nodes, regardless of their job or position, are connected, within the loop itself, to the Master Control Node, which monitors and controls each node’s operation. Control Nodes possess superior computing and communications capabilities.

● Sensor Nodes possess that amount of computing, communications and measuring/sensing components to provide information to the Master Control Node for vehicle operation.
● Switching Nodes are simpler, basic on/off nodes that control simple functions such as actuators, motors, etc.
● Finally, Slave nodes are devoted to a single operation (i.e. door locks, window motors, lights, etc.).

Within this concept, all nodes share a common communications/power/control “loop”, communicating with each other continuously, reporting on condition, status, or measurement. In some configurations, “dumb nodes” which can be simple switches (i.e. no intellegence required) can assume the job of simple on/off work anytime power is turned-on. You will note that this type of configuration reduces the amount and complexity of vehicle wiring significantly while simultaneously enhancing vehicle reliability, vehicle health monitoring, telemetry, diagnostic capabilities and overall survivability.

Diagnostic Elements

  • Control Nodes: contains enhanced computer/communications/control capabilities
  • Sensor Nodes: gathers information from specified sources (i.e. fuel tank level, tire speed, or other functions that require level monitoring). Share this measurement result with the Control Nodes and Master Control Node.
  • Switching Nodes: Mostly an on/off switch, which reports its condition to the Control Nodes and/or Master Control Node.
  • Slave Nodes: devoted to a single operation (i.e. rolling windows up and down, door locks and other simple operations)