Jeff Alholm has developed or led the development of many technology products and their underlying IP/patents including:
Millimeter-Wave Technology – Millimeter-wave imaging used in airport security, military, medical, and surveillance applications
Smartphone – Created the first smartphone in 1996, based on Apple’s Newton
Wi-Fi 802.11 – Provided networking technology and chipsets for the 802.11 Wi-Fi standard
Pulse Oximeter – A device to measure pulse oximetry, which measures the oxygen level of the blood
The Capnograph – Monitoring tool used during anesthesia and intensive care to assess patient ventilation and is currently required in all U.S. medical operating suites
Digital Aerolus designs and builds transformative technology in the United States and the company is Jeff Alholm’s sixth start-up.
Digital Aerolus first commercial product is a line of industrial drones for indoor, inaccessible, and confined spaces. Unlike other industrial UAVs, the Aertos family of drones fly stably where GPS navigation can’t be accessed.
Recent Press Coverage
Here are some recent interviews with Jeff Alholm about the Digital Aerolus autonomous platform and the Aertos 120-UVC drone.
Authority Magazine – Big Ideas That Might Change The World: Interview With Jeff Alholm of Digital Aerolus
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