For many years, the NOXTAK Project founders had been involved with the treatment of many of the problems associated with EMFs (Electromagnetic Fields). From their experiences, they observed that in a growing number of associated illnesses, such as with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS), the existing treatments seemed insufficient or incomplete. To seek out better and more effective treatments, the group initiated the NOXTAK Project, to specifically address the problems associated with EMFs, and especially to treat over-exposure to RF (Radio Frequencies) and MW (Microwaves) ever-present in modern telecommunications.
The group dedicated itself to searching for the most feasible solution for technological growth and a wireless world. The approach consisted in searching for a solution that could be applied to whatever type of technology operating at any frequency bandwidth and of any scale, including mass or industrial technologies.
A technological and environmental-friendly approach, which would allow for the eventual manufacturing of efficient equipment and devices, free of electromagnetic interference and most importantly, to make available technology that is also human-friendly.
That goal was finally achieved, and in 2012, the NOXTAK Project became a Nanotechnology startup reality, initially financed through crowdfunding. The island of Aruba, located in the Dutch Caribbean, was chosen to be the environmental impact research site for the new technology. Over the span of three work-intensive years, NOXTAK conducted more than one thousand (1000) field assessments on the island and evaluated over 150 km2 of the territory. Along with pilot measurements at hotels, stores, restaurants, offices, docks and homes throughout the entire island and in environments present with persons diagnosed with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity, large amounts of study and research data were collected to be used in the application of solutions developed through scientific and precise methods, according to international values and standards for measuring and gauging EMFs.
In mid-2014, the NOXTAK Group began to conduct the same open field pilot studies in other countries, with the aim to compare different urban settings and establish a classification system for electropollution levels encountered in different life settings. All of this resulted in the development of the NOXTAK CLASSIFICATION system, now currently being used as a standard in SPIRO technology.
At this moment, the NOXTAK Group has registered in its database, survey data from forty (40) different cities located in fourteen (14) distinct countries throughout Europe, Asia and the Americas. The Group’s SPIRO technology, now fully tested in all conceivable scenarios, and certified by official organizations and respectable scientific institutions, has been developed for personal, family, work and industrial applications. Currently, the company’s objectives are:
Developing nanotechnology solutions for electropollution
Evaluation and environmental monitoring of EMFs
Strategic alliances for this new technology
Providing EHE Certification Services for buildings and cities