Allison Bartlett is the Director of Community Learning for Do Space
Introduce Yourself! – Who are you and what does your organization do?
After years of research and experimentation, we have developed a variable electromagnetic drive (VEM Drive) that can compress the fabric of space to create a warp field. Our solid-state design uses no propellant and runs only on battery power. We are the first to take the theoretical science of warping the fabric of space and developing it into practical laboratory application. Our team has designed a functional electromagnetic drive that will propel spacecraft into the future.
What do you make?
We make a Variable Electro Magnetic Drive Engines that propel spacecraft.
What are you planning to show at Make Omaha?
Our research and the future of space travel using a VEM drive.
What are you looking forward to seeing at Make Omaha from other participants?
Other tech startups and any companies that would be interested in working with us to further this technology.
What tech/maker-type stuff are you interested in getting in the future?
We are seeking to manufacture our own components and particularly, we need a precise laser to cut copper.
Anything else you’d like to add?
Our experimental data is on our website: https://www.qed-ne.com