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IFTech Inventing Future Technology Inc.
The IFTECH mission is to provide wearable sensory and haptic technology with an initial focus on the growing computer gaming and experiential training simulation markets. Their first wearable technology creation is ARAIG, a wearable torso suit designed to provide the user an As Real As It Gets experience while being in a comfortable, safe environment. The suit contains proprietary sensory technology using feel, touch and emotional triggers. ARAIG is the world’s first multi-sensory multi-directional, force feedback suit.
IP Protection – Patent pending in 35 countries including all of Europe, China, Brazil, USA, and Canada. This covers the top 11 revenue generating countries in Gaming and 7 of the top 13 revenue generating countries in military expenditures.
Interoperability – Works on multiple platforms in multiple market verticals. Works on existing PCs for games (integrated), and at the movie theatre and in home theatre (movies integrated). User does not have to buy anything else as it will work for both market verticals.
Volume redundancy cost savings – Due to ARAIGs interoperability, the manufacturing pipeline will not need to be changed to produce ARAIG for the different market verticals. Thus, the aggregate of market vertical sales will draw from a minimal pool of production deliverables. As IFTech enters the various market verticals this will allow for greater volumes of parts and components during procurement. Greater volumes result in the reduction of individual component/processing prices which will reduce overall manufacturing costs.
Minimal development pipeline costs – Minimal or no cost to developer for ARAIG to work with their game, movie or training simulation. Due to 3rd party licencing agreements already existing, IFTech uses in house personnel to integrate ARAIG into existing products.
Provision of Unique value proposition – SDK and Tools allow companies to differentiate their Sensory stimulation outcomes from other games, movies etc. The sensory outcomes or feelings the user experiences are only limited to the creativity of the developer. This gives the solution provider the opportunity to provide a uniqueness to their particular form of virtual reality experience; setting their product apart from others.
The IFTECH mission is to provide wearable sensory and haptic technology with an initial focus on the growing computer gaming and experiential training simulation markets. Their first wearable technology creation is ARAIG, a wearable torso suit designed to provide the user an As Real As It Gets experience while being in a comfortable, safe environment. The suit contains proprietary sensory technology using feel, touch and emotional triggers. ARAIG is the world’s first multi-sensory multi-directional, force feedback suit. ARAIG is the future of video games, virtual reality, movies and training and simulation. It is the world’s first fully immersive wearable gaming, training and simulation suit. You just put it on, wirelessly sync it with your platform and enjoy 5+ hours of gaming, training, movies, etcetera. It covers the torso and shoulders, providing full coverage of physical sensations using 16 subcutaneous stimulation devices, 34 vibratory stimulators and a 7.1 surround sound system.
Brodie Myles Stanfield, Co-CEO and President
Brodie Stanfield is a Founder, Co-CEO and the President of IFTech Inventing Future Technology Inc. Brodie Stanfield until the end of December 2013 was a Master of Computer Science (M.Sc.) student at the University of Ontario Institute Of Technology (UOIT). Brodie Stanfield’s research for his M.Sc. involved Artificial Intelligence and Stereoscopic 3D. Brodie is on a leave of absence from his M.Sc. as of January 2014 to focus on his business IFTech Inventing Future Technology Inc. As a graduate student Brodie studies included Human-Computer Interaction, Survey of Computer Science, Collaborative Design & Research, Computer Vision & Games and Topics in Information Science. Brodie Stanfield obtained a Bachelor of Information Technology (Honours) degree with Distinction (3.78 GPA) in Game Development and Entrepreneurship with a Minor in Marketing. Brodie’s communication skills and achievements are valued commodities. Brodie has been asked to speak at various events including high schools and University. Recently he filled a request by providing a web presentation for a high school in the UK. This involved a discussion on ARAIG and the importance that the UOIT program played in IFTech’s current success.
Michael Gerald Stanfield, Co-CEO, Vice President and Chairman
Michael Stanfield is a Founder, Co-CEO, Vice President and Chairman of IFTech Inventing Future Technologies Inc. He is a Captain in the Toronto Fire Services Operations Division and he teaches Emergency Medical Care such a as emergency first aid, basic life support and defibrillation to the private and public sector. Michael is certified as a company officer receiving his diploma from the Ontario Fire College, is a certified instructor of IMS (Incident Management System) from the EMO (Emergency Management Ontario) and has received his Level Two Certificate in Public Administration and Governance from Ryerson University. Michael is adept at and understands the importance of critical strategic decision making. His Incident Management and Command decisions are crucial in determining the best strategy to save lives, protect property and minimize damage to the environment. He regularly utilizes command and control, planning, logistics, governance and finance skills in emergency operations. Michael uses his experience and training to create the necessary Command structure to manage operations, interagency personnel, equipment, communications, finance and administration.