|ABOUT PEEKER GROUP OF COMPANIES
PEEKER GROUP OF COMPANIES originate their roots in the research and development conducted by the founders since 1982.
With such developments as the high power laser multiplexer at Robolase Systems Inc and Digital Optoelectronics, to hydrogen generation on demand at Trionics Inc and Romtronics SA, the founders developed the hydrogen gas "on demand" technology, the atomic conversion plasma magneto-hydrodynamic generator, which is the backbone of the Group's technologies, the rear earth doped fiber tubing for ionized propulsion, V-Gen cyclotronic MHD systems and laser multiplexers for automation of material processing with aid of high resolution robotic controls for micro spot laser welding.
Additional technologies for transportation, space, military, aviation, bio-mechanics applications and more are being developed by the group.
Ionic propulsion for virtual levitation vehicles (ILV) in tomorrow's transportation and space vehicles, power generation through atomic-conversion and ionization (a clean new energy generation technology), millimeter scalable wafer turbines and generators fueled by air (open cycle) or inert (close looped) through millimeter fiber tubing and rear-earth doped fiber laser technologies are among the few. These technologies along with other assets (over 4,700 acres of beach front properties in Mexico) are owned in Trust (VF Trust – Constantin Alecse, Trustee). Exclusive licenses are being granted by the Trust to various divisions of the Group worldwide.
The Peeker Development is presently designing in Kino Bay, Sonora, Mexico (http://newcityofkino.com) a network of renewable energy in a single facility (Kino Bay Twin Towers - a 52 floors twin trade mark towers). At Kino Bay, the group plans to build 300,000 square feet of new manufacturing facilities to serve the North American and the Latin American Markets. Additional manufacturing plants and regional marketing centers are projected in Europe and Asia by 2020.
The Group is presently negotiating with a California based aircraft manufacturing company to invest over $100,000,000 in order to implement its R&D and marketing for its ILV propulsion technology that may define the course of aviation industry and transportation in general for years to come.
The Group continues an aggressive strategy for acquisitions of new technologies in the field of lasers, optics, renewable energy and other not yet defined out-of-the-box technologies.