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ISPBC Autonomous Technologies Premieres at the RAND Luxury Technology Show Sponsored by The Wall Street Journal

International Self-Powered Building Council (ISPBC) showcases its world-exclusive array of autonomous technologies for self-powered buildings (Building2.0) at the RAND Luxury Technology Show, sponsored by The Wall Street Journal.

Commercially ready ISPBC autonomous technologies featuring at the event include:

  • Solar Power SuperGlass PVtable designed by MpH Studio
  • PV-Window curtain-wall system by Rainbow Solar Inc.
  • XTI-360 Self-Cleaning Nanocoating and XTI 3D-AIR System by XTIO2 Inc.
  • Zero-Energy Auto glass window with 100% reduction of heat-causing UV/IR
  • NanoWire Heat Glass self-cleaning technology (snow/fog)
  • ‘Water from Air’ technology by UWS

ISPBC’s energy-generating technologies:

  • RSI Solar Powered PV-table: the world’s first and largest high-gain solar powered jet-black glass table; ‘CEO’ in stainless-steel and ‘Chairman’ in rose-gold frames, up to 3m x1.3m/size.
  • RSI PV-Window: the world’s first and largest solar powered curtain-wall-scale PV window system, up to 3m x1.3m/sizes. www.PV-Window.tm

Energy-saving technologies with maximum heat reduction:

  • FUTURE.tm Glass Smart Display System & Electric-Curtain: Gesture and touch controlled translucent glass TV wall with integrated electric-curtain technology.
  • ZERO-ENERGY Window and ZERO-ENERGY Auto Glass: utilizes advanced nano-shielding technology to produce a new generation of affordable low-thermal-emission (Low-e) glass with the world’s highest 100% reduction of heat-causing UV and IR radiation, up to 80% transparency, and enhanced anti-blast security.
  • NanoWire Hot Glass Technology: a glass-embedded heat-wire technology developed for solar modules, skylight and glass windows to auto-remove snow and fog. www.Zero-Energy.tm

‘Water from air’ technology with air purification:

  • Untapped Water Systems (UWS) premieres the rose-gold edition of AIR X Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) producing the highest quality drinking water from the atmosphere while purifying the air with integrated XTI 3D-AIR technology for an optimal indoor environment increasing the quality of life. www.UWS.tm

Germ and infection protection via Self-Cleaning Environmental Disinfection nanocoating:

  • XTIO2 Nano-Facemask: the most effective personal protection against germs and viruses.
  • XTI 360 (www.XTI.tm): Self-Cleaning Nanocoating with 100% anti-germ power (SGS-proven), anti-VOC/anti-mold/anti-odor/sustainable/green.

ISPBC autonomous technologies showcase at the RAND Luxury Technology Show in New York City on March 4, 2014.

International Self-Powered Building Council (ISPBC) is a worldwide organization dedicated to advance, develop and drive Self-Powered Building (SPB) innovations and practices. www.ISPBC.org

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