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Tueore Technologies is a privately-held company that develops and licenses technology to prevent hacking of critical devices in the consumer, aerospace and defense industries. Our first product is the Digital Current System (DCS) that renders all current wiring and electronic control systems obsolete, and our first indication is the cardiac pacemaker market.

Hacking is an inconvenient reality in our modern world, but altering of medical devices can lead to injury or death. The possibility of hacking drug delivery pumps has recently been proven by the ability to remotely access them through the hospital network which could result in, at worst, administration of lethal doses of intravenous medications. In fact, the FDA issued guidance regarding device cybersecurity in 2014, followed by a warning to hospitals in 2016 regarding a specific pump that was vulnerable to unauthorized user control. A specific and critical hacking susceptibility lies with cardiac pacemakers which are designed for remote programming and are necessary to maintain proper heart rhythm. A malicious intentional reprogramming of a pacemaker could lead to death, making these devices particularly vulnerable.

Tueor Technologies

We have been developing DCS for over a decade as private engineers. The technology is licensed to a major micro-satellite designer/manufacturer for use in their satellites, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the Department of Defense (DOD) have favorably evaluated the technology for use in the Stryker Combat Vehicle. Other interested companies include General Dynamics, AM General, Rockwell International, General Motors and Ford, amongst others. Digital Current System—The DCS is hardware design solution that, when integrated into the development process and architecture, renders all conventional wiring and electronic control systems obsolete, by removing the threat of external tampering. The DCS is a solution for many device systems and was first proven by use in micro-satellite systems. The redundancy in the DCS chip essentially eliminates any chance of failure and improves flexibility, while simultaneously reducing engineering costs and installation time. The DCS provides both variable current (AC, DC or a combination of both, and bi-directional, high-speed data transfer along a simple common conduit (twisted pair, coaxial cable etc), delivering a simple single or multi-loop design to enhance performance and allows only the control box to make any changes to the execution technology.