Alphapura is an R&D company, located close to Silicon Valley, and the San Francisco Financial District, currently focused on developing home and office personal-sized recycling manufacturing systems, (ARMS), to soon be facilitated by artificial intelligence, which novice users will interact with, so users won't have to learn how to use system to be able to convert their meltable trash into a million different types of products or cheap global solutions.
Alphapura Robotics was founded by former Stanford University R&D professional, Frederick Janson, MBA, with some assistance from former HP R&D professional, Ratan Daniel, and an advisory board of 30 professionals, including 3 multinational CEOs, 1 on the NASDAQ, involved in outdoor adventure manufacturing and IoT. Alphapura's International R&D (AIR) Collaboration or AIR Collaboration, delivered a working prototype capable of making a million product types out of meltable garbage.
Seed funding drive begins to deliver a beta unit
US military developing recycling manufacturing
NASA developing recycling manufacturing
AIR Collaboration delivers ARMS Prototype
USPTO grants Janson the first recycling manufacturing patent family of its kind
Alphapura LLC is formed
Professor Janson files 5 USPTO patents