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Kailea Shandrasekkar
Chor Tempest
Posted - 2006.09.18 21:39:00 - [1]
 

Edited by: Kailea Shandrasekkar on 18/09/2006 21:41:31
House Shandrasekkar, Weapons Division is pleased to introduce the HSWD-H series, a flexible and lightweight set of support exoskeletons, expandable and with high autonomy, aimed for urban and close spaces interaction.

This series combines the comfort and flexibility of syntcotton with the brand new PowerSkin© magtension polymer. This combination provides comfort with superior protection and mechanical thrust. The HSWD-H1 was recently certified to the newest Interim Requirements of the Caldari Navy.

Although the CN does not certify special threat rounds, this series was designed to meet House Shandrasekkar’s stringent requirements for defeating the Powerdrill explosive flechette series. Intense testing was performed at our R&D facilities during the certification process and both the Level 2 and 3A successfully defeated the Powerdrill. Embedded energy distribution systems allow the H series to withstand laser bursts. The test results are available at your request.

You may not be aware but a high percentage of Level 2 and 3A exoskeletons in the field will not defeat the Powerdrill series. If you're a PD user, or are concerned about it, the HSWD-H series is for you.

Another useful role for the H series is battle support. Gyro stabilizers located in the arms allow the user to aim and maintain fire efficiently. The Point-to-Point data relay system allows the combat units to spread, without loss of secure communication channels.

The OverSEER© offers FoF recognition, and VR data relay; if your sniper can see it, you can see it, and your commander sees it too. The VR helmet allows you visualize targets through structures, and in full auto mode it uses motion prediction and arm interation to correctly place shots in fast-moving targets.

Long-term skirmishes? Not an issue. The H series uses catalyst power cells to fill its batteries while on the field. Sunlight, microwaves, name it - a wide range of eletromagnectic frequencies can be used. And internal waste processing unit allow your troops to run without fresh water for several days.

The PowerSkin© allows the user to apply 580Kgf vertical vectors, and withstand 450kgf.

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* neXT is the commercial name of nX0.3390B interface.
* OverSEER©, BattleNET©, PowerSkin© are trademarks of HSWD Ltd.
* Product waiting Caldari Navy security rating.
* HSWD reserves the right to modify this product without previous warning.
* HSWD reserves the right to sell this product only to Corporations or individuals with positive security and Caldari standings.

Vendrin
Stimulus
Rote Kapelle
Posted - 2006.09.18 23:15:00 - [2]
 

Good to see Tsurokigaarai getting new products out on the market.

Grifter Treysik
Caldari
Incarnation of Evil
Nocturnal Legion
Posted - 2006.09.18 23:47:00 - [3]
 

Yes. Congratulations on your product. Best of luck.

Gorion Wassenar
Caldari
Stimulus
Rote Kapelle
Posted - 2006.09.19 03:15:00 - [4]
 

I sorry to say that this isn't all my work. TKI is only providing manufacturing needs as the exclusive manufacturer. Though I have to admit that our factories are already quite suited (pun) to the needs of Cybersuits.

Davlos
Deus Imperiosus Acies
Posted - 2006.09.19 06:00:00 - [5]
 

I'm very impressed by this showing, Kailea. In fact, regarding your proposal of our partnership, Nuvolari and I are very much in favor of working with you.

Hopefully, we will get to meet in person soon to work out the kinks.

Oh yes, as for your HSWD-H, I'd like to purchase one, to play with and of course, for further testing purposes. Despite the problems that I've faced with the exo interface integration earlier, there has been some very promising progress recently.

Get in touch with you soon.

Koshmarnaya Akula
Ghost Festival
Posted - 2006.09.19 06:05:00 - [6]
 

I would personally enjoy a set of 12 for testing.

Please contact me as per the matter

Drako Thardus
Gallente
Posted - 2006.09.19 08:42:00 - [7]
 

Originally by: Kailea Shandrasekkar
This combination provides comfort with superior protection and mechanical thrust.

Well, I'll be buying one of these then. Twisted Evil

Nikolai Nuvolari
Caldari
Gilead's Bullet
Posted - 2006.09.19 08:52:00 - [8]
 

I've mentioned before that I'm working on a new design (it's very different, but also much more complex, than my SMR-15), and I'm going to make sure that it's going to be able to fully integrate with your exo.

Kailea Shandrasekkar
Chor Tempest
Posted - 2006.09.19 13:17:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Vendrin
Good to see Tsurokigaarai getting new products out on the market.

Originally by: Grifter Treysik
Yes. Congratulations on your product. Best of luck.


Thanks so much. We would never be able to meet the projected public demand without the strong support of Tsurokigaarai Corporation. Knowing that we'll aways deliver on schedule, we can now focus on what we do best - research and development of innovative conflict solutions.

Kailea Shandrasekkar
Chor Tempest
Posted - 2006.09.19 13:33:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Davlos
I'm very impressed by this showing, Kailea. In fact, regarding your proposal of our partnership, Nuvolari and I are very much in favor of working with you.

Hopefully, we will get to meet in person soon to work out the kinks.

Oh yes, as for your HSWD-H, I'd like to purchase one, to play with and of course, for further testing purposes. Despite the problems that I've faced with the exo interface integration earlier, there has been some very promising progress recently.

Get in touch with you soon.


I'm so glad to read this, Davlos. I'm sure that'll result in a highly profitable agreement.

I'd like to invite you and Nuvolari to visit our laboratories and research facilities in order to eval our options.

As to celebrate our 'going public', we've prepared free HSWD-H1 3 unit sample sets for Kimotoro Directive and Caldari Navy members for evaluation purposes. I'm sending yours right now. Please feel free to report any problems you find.

Kailea Shandrasekkar
Chor Tempest
Posted - 2006.09.19 13:52:00 - [11]
 

Originally by: Koshmarnaya Akula
I would personally enjoy a set of 12 for testing.


Courier already sent; it'll be delivered to Kidance Radiant Industries headquarters. A 60-day subscription key, which will allow you to receive our GalNET dynamic software updates, is on the package too. Hope you enjoy it!

Koshmarnaya Akula
Ghost Festival
Posted - 2006.09.19 17:12:00 - [12]
 

Originally by: Kailea Shandrasekkar
Originally by: Koshmarnaya Akula
I would personally enjoy a set of 12 for testing.


Courier already sent; it'll be delivered to Kidance Radiant Industries headquarters. A 60-day subscription key, which will allow you to receive our GalNET dynamic software updates, is on the package too. Hope you enjoy it!


My thanks. A report will be filed within the next several days after our intial tests have begun.

Kailea Shandrasekkar
Chor Tempest
Posted - 2006.09.21 16:37:00 - [13]
 

Originally by: Nikolai Nuvolari
I've mentioned before that I'm working on a new design (it's very different, but also much more complex, than my SMR-15), and I'm going to make sure that it's going to be able to fully integrate with your exo.


I've designated a very capable interface engineer to help your efforts, Nikolai - and also to explore new integration possibilities. Feel free to relocate him to your R&D facilities.

Nikolai Nuvolari
Caldari
Gilead's Bullet
Posted - 2006.09.21 17:08:00 - [14]
 

I suppose I'm going to have to install some real R&D facilities, then.

I designed and built the SMR-15 in my workshop in my apartment, and tested it in an empty section of my hangar.

Kailea Shandrasekkar
Chor Tempest
Posted - 2006.09.21 18:10:00 - [15]
 

Originally by: Nikolai Nuvolari
I suppose I'm going to have to install some real R&D facilities, then.

I designed and built the SMR-15 in my workshop in my apartment, and tested it in an empty section of my hangar.


I'm pretty sure she won't mind your facilities. Anyway, feel free to use ours, if needed be.

Davlos
Deus Imperiosus Acies
Posted - 2006.09.28 13:51:00 - [16]
 

Apologies for the obscene delay on the feedback for your HSWD-H1, Kailea. I've been held up with too many obligations planetside, and procrastination's my greatest foe at this time.

The exo is a fun piece of equipment to have. To be honest, it's my first time being in one of such a thing and I'm thoroughly impressed. No wonder my classmates in the Academy were so damned glad to be assigned to such a thing, even though they failed in pod compatability.

I can't say anything much at this point, as I wasn't given full infantry training, let alone to be briefed in on the roles that such an exoskeleton performs, but the
OverSEER© system is wonderful when I try to integrate my Battlenet system into it.

Furthermore, the DC-AR1 interface for your HSWD-H1 has been performing remarkably so far.

An excellent product. I wonder if it would be wise to sell such a thing to those outside of the State...

Lightof God
Caldari
Reikoku
IT Alliance
Posted - 2006.09.29 16:51:00 - [17]
 

/me looks at his aging loud yet still functoning powersuit.

8 please

Nikodai if you would be so kind as to send me several as well. By the way would your's happen to have a neural net interface?

Kailea Shandrasekkar
Chor Tempest
Posted - 2006.10.02 15:47:00 - [18]
 

Originally by: Davlos
Apologies for the obscene delay on the feedback for your HSWD-H1, Kailea. (...) To be honest, it's my first time being in one of such a thing and I'm thoroughly impressed. (...) the
OverSEER© system is wonderful when I try to integrate my Battlenet system into it. (...) the DC-AR1 interface for your HSWD-H1 has been performing remarkably so far. (...) An excellent product. I wonder if it would be wise to sell such a thing to those outside of the State...


It's no problem at all, lieutenant. I'm glad you took the time to eval the HSWD-H1 model. The mechanical gain of such suits is quite fun, isn't it? Due to its comfort and freedom of movements, i've been requested to design an industrial version.

I'll dispatch an OverSEER API SDK to you, so you can further explore its possibilities. I foresee an intense and productive exchange of ideas between GDBT and HSWD.

Now, regarding our market scope, i believe we've reserved some neat features for the Military versions - and these will be restricted to CalNav and other loyalist corporations.

Kailea Shandrasekkar
Chor Tempest
Posted - 2006.10.02 15:54:00 - [19]
 

Edited by: Kailea Shandrasekkar on 02/10/2006 22:02:09
Originally by: Lightof God
/me looks at his aging loud yet still functoning powersuit.

8 please

Nikodai if you would be so kind as to send me several as well. By the way would your's happen to have a neural net interface?


I'm sure you'll be quite satisfied with this aquisition, sir. All HS exoskeletons are equiped with state-of-the-art XGi neurorelays, so you'll notice no lag at all while transferring the Exo device drivers to your neurobuffer. The estimate total transfer time is roughly 2 minutes; at the end you'll feel the 360º vision and data awareness as natural as the daylight.

This series uses standard UDL2.2 neural interfaces. (Adapter kits are not included).

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Nikolai Nuvolari
Caldari
Gilead's Bullet
Posted - 2006.10.03 02:35:00 - [20]
 

Originally by: Lightof God
Nikodai if you would be so kind as to send me several as well. By the way would your's happen to have a neural net interface?
Send you what? SMR-15s or DC-AR1s?

Takitoo
Posted - 2006.10.03 02:43:00 - [21]
 

I have one of those bicycles with the really skinny saddles and have problems with even normal bikeshorts chafing a lot. Do your bikeshorts have pads or something to lessen that ?

Nikolai Nuvolari
Caldari
Gilead's Bullet
Posted - 2006.10.03 04:00:00 - [22]
 

Originally by: Takitoo
I have one of those bicycles with the really skinny saddles and have problems with even normal bikeshorts chafing a lot. Do your bikeshorts have pads or something to lessen that ?
I developed a set of pads with cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine gel cushioning, I think you'll really love them. Want me to send you a set?


 

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