Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil (PRWEB) March 23, 2007
Located in between giants such as Embraer and General Motors a company inside Univap Technology Park, created something good for the environment and the pocket too: a Fuel Saving, CO2 Reducing System for Automobiles.
Now after having tested their fuel economy system in laboratories such as the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Multi (Porshe/Mazda/Mitsubishi), Magneti Marelli, and over 100 cars in Brazil they are looking for investors to fund the testing of their system around the world.
"The KYOTO Protocol requires a reduction of 5.2% reduction in carbon dioxide levels from those of 1990 by the year 2008. Our system reduces CO2 levels by 5% in the automobiles where our process was performed." Said spokesman Valdir Arnaldo
That's good news for the environment and for the consumer. "Gas prices have reached new heights recently, and I am glad that in Brazil there is an option of cheaper Ethanol but every bit helps. Our system allows you to keep your vehicle's performance and save on fuel." Added Arnaldo.
It is estimated that more than 63 million news cars are produced each year, adding to the astonishing worldwide 1.14 billion in existence already that could have this patented process run and the profits could be huge. It would take filling up 3 times at the pump for the end user to get back his investment in this system. The partnership needs investment to deploy the technology and to conduct tests on other kinds of engines such as diesel and aircraft.
This patented pending technology was initially installed into a mechanical device that was later converted into an electronic system then into a microchip compatible with the latest automobile computer systems. The latest development is software that will be able to plug into a car via the Internet, and in a matter of few minutes insert the "virtual device" inside the car's computer system directly from an encrypted transferring process and company's computer system.
"The only thing needed at the location (for example, at a gas station, or mechanic shop), is a registered client computer connected via the Internet with our central computer systems", said Nivaldo Nunes, one of the inventors in this technology.
For further information on their business plan and documentation of their results contact Valdir Arnaldo by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call + 55 12 9179-8377.