Even though Higher Order Innovation no longer considers itself an engineering design services firm, we are proud of the projects that we have worked on over the years. Here's a look at some of those projects:
Athletic assessment systems:Professional athletic training and assessment is something that most athletes only see at professional combine events. Dashr is an athletic assessment system of sensor modules and a mobile app that brings professional level accuracy to training programs at a price point that is acceptable to even the smallest programs.
Robotic medical devices:Surgical robots are the future of minimally invasive procedures due to their great benefits in augmenting a surgeon’s abilities. Several years of experience were gained through research at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln while working under Department of Defense and NASA grants. This research involved the design and creation of entire integrated robotic platforms, including the mechanical, electrical, and software systems.
Mechanical design patent:Large venues are constantly running electrical and network cables across the floor. Every time these cables pass across a walkway, the cables must be covered or otherwise protected to minimize the trip hazard to the attendees. Higher Order Innovation designed a novel new tape dispenser to help automate and ease this taping process. The mechanical design work led to a currently pending patent.
Wireless asset tracking system:On-job sites large and small, the efficient usage and allotment of assets can drastically impact a company's bottom line. Higher Order Innovation created a turnkey system of Bluetooth asset tags combined with a mobile app that enables tracking of the assets as they move across and among jobsites. Higher Order Innovation developed all aspects of this project; mechanical, electrical, and software.
Grocery store technology: Creating solutions for the brick-and-mortar shops, Higher Order Innovation has worked closely with an industry leader to create conceptual designs and product developments that enabled the company to continue to push the boundaries. Higher Order Innovation also provided engineering consultation to the patent attorneys for these new products, providing feedback that enabled better claims in a shorter amount of time.