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PROTECTIVE CODING OF OPTICAL DISKS FOR SAFE INFORMATION STORAGE, - RESULT OF TRIZ PRINCIPLES USE

2013-08-18
Andrew( Gabreal ) Livshits

PROJECT:
METHOD OF PROTECTIVE CODING OF OPTICAL DISKS FOR SAFE INFORMATION STORAGE BASED ON PHENOMENA OF RESONANCE NANO-METROLOGY (ELECTRO-MAGNETIC FINGERPRINTING or EMF)

ABSTRACT:
The pervasive use of optical disc (the preferred media for storing and distributing digital information) is motivated by their low cost, versatility, and durability. Unfortunately, integrated circuit technology advances have made it easy to create high-fidelity copies of these discs. The trend toward progressive ease of disc copying has spawned a burgeoning parallel economy based on illegal software copying and merchandizing. EMF is a proposed security scheme to prevent unauthorized disc duplication and illegal use of the data. EMF relies on a combination of software and hardware strategies using new state of the art cryptographic algorithms to provide resistance to tampering and malicious operations.

PRODUCT DIFINITION:
Two major components of the projects are:
MICRO- SENSOR CONTROL which is BUILT in READING & RECORDING DEVICE of OPTICAL MEMORY with the CORRESPONDING SOFTWARE;
and THE DISK FOR THE OPTICAL MEMORY, CONTAINING CODING NANO-IMPLANTS;

1. A product is defined as a MICRO- SENSOR CONTROLER DESIGNED FOR EMBEDDING in SPINDEL UNIT for READING & RECORDERING of OPTICAL MEMORY; the product is a micro-resonance sensor with set of variants of topology of an arrangement especially sensitive to nano-detectors and with large variation of specified nano-detectors; the sensor control is installed in optical memory driver of spindle unit; the sensor control has a software which identifies signals received by detectors and gives a command to the drive on the beginning of work or blocks work of the drive in case of the incorrect identification; product differentiation is based on ability of resonance sensor to define matching of coordinates of nano-implants on an optical disk and in the controller memory.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS:

1.1. High accuracy of measurements
1.2. Simplicity of a design
1.3. Reliability and durability
1.4. Contactless to a measured surface
1.5. Allows for easy integration in any existing design of the optical memory module and in modules that are currently under development, including optical disks with memory capacity measured in terabytes;
1.6. The product consists of completely standard devices that enables its high reliability, low manufacture and maintenance cost and does not require any special process equipment; manufacture of the product can be conducted on the existing process tools of any semi-conductor manufacturing facility;
1.7. The product requires low level of power consumption (less then 10 μW);
1.8. Ability of controlling positioning, configurations and topology of nano-implants;
1.9. Ability of controlling of super pure materials and ability to control and identify materials difference even at an isotope level;
1.10. Ability to be embedded in different automated control systems beyond optical memory;
1.11 Capability of catching any signals from ferromagnetic nano-powders even when quantity of these powders does not exceed 100 nm³ due to extremely high sensitivity;
1.12. Ability to work in an independent mode regardless of at external distortion;

2. The product is defined as an OPTICAL DISK with the CODING INFORMATION RENDERED BY MEANS OF NANO - IMPLANTS; the Product represents any variant of an optical compact disk (CD, DVD, Blue-Ray disks and etc.) for storage of digital information, where at certain level of volume and on the certain topology the nano-implants are located, each representing a nano-capsule made from a magnetic material with coating made of none-magnetic material; for orientation of nano-capsules, prior to pasting together two halves of the optical disk, deepening in which nano-capsules are rubbed in are made according the sizes of nano-capsules, then parts of a disk glued together according existing technology; such disks can be used in any optical memory storage device if record was made without taking into account a special code; in case when recording is made in view of a code, to read recorded information possible only with help of a drive with resonance micro-sensor control when coordinates of an arrangement of nano-implants and nano-detectors should coincide; for large corporate clients this technology can enable use of proprietary drives that could be installed in all their computers with own proprietary optical disks, coordinates of an arrangement of nano-implants that will coincide with nano-detectors of the drives; could allow such high security system of coding that completely protects clients information from breaking, plunders or other provocative actions.

3. PROJECT CURRENT CONDITION

3.1. The basic design and technological principles to manufacture the product for both applications are developed;
3.2. A number of universal resonance sensor prototypes were manufactured;
3.3. The cycle of preliminary tests using different resonance sensor modifications were successfully conducted;
3.4. Based on results of preliminary tests the prototype of resonance sensor was updated;
3.5. The patent application information is prepared and patent search was conducted;
3.6. Strategy to protect of technology is developed;

4. NESSESSARY WORKS TO BE DONE PIOR TO MASS PRODUCTION AND MARKETING STAGE;

4.1. Development of initial technical requirements of a product in view of wishes and recommendations of potential clients;
4.2. Development of technical goals of the project;
4.3. Electrical and mechanical design review;
4.4. Prototype components manufacturing and testing;
4.5. Equipment design, manufacturing and tests of pre-production models of the product;
4.6. Evaluation of products on conformity with standard requirements;
4.7. Certification of products with institute of standards (if needed);
4.8. Release of first prototype of product for mass production;
4.9. Commercial trials of the product;
4.10. Development of marketing strategy;
4.11. Development of the manufacturing program; active promotion of product concept with end-users; development of warranty strategy and service; search of the strategic partners; the first phase of active marketing;

5. POTENTIAL CONSUMERS OF TECHNOLOGY (partial list)

5.1. Banks
5.2. The Insurance companies
5.3. Semiconductor manufacturers
5.4. Microelectronics
5.5. Power
5.6. Industrial associations and groups
5.7. Services of ecological monitoring
5.8. Airports
5.9. Manufacturers of space vehicles
5.10. Manufacture of medical devises and artificial organs
5.11. Food-processing industry
5.12. Sea and river port services
5.13. Research laboratories and centers
5.14. Government agencies
5.15. Police and Home Security
5.16. Defense related projects
5.17. Antiterrorist services
5.18. Archiving and storage of documents
5.19. Databases of the medical centers

6. INFRASTRUCTURE FOR PERFORMANCE OF THE PROJECT

6.1. Both products are based on the resonance sensor technology (RST) that was developed by group of independent inventors , located in California, USA;
6.2. Said inventors group has necessary industrial and laboratory-research base for performance of the project;
6.3. During early stage of active marketing of the product , said group of inventors will manufacture product prototypes;
6.4. The industrial base of said inventors group subcontractors could be enhanced to allow mass production of products;

7. BENEFITS FROM THE GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION OF SAID INVENTORS GROUP

7.1. The group is located in the heart of Silicon Valleys in California;
7.2. The inventors group is surround by world leading semiconductor and peripheral products manufacturers such as Intel, Seagate, Cypress, IDTI, etc. and many other hi-tech oriented companies that will allow successful product development and testing;
7.3. The world-renowned semiconductor equipment manufacturers such as Applied Materials, KLA-Tencor, Novellus, etc. are located in very close proximity to the inventors group. Those companies expertise in development of application specific production equipment will be tapped in.
7.4. Within 20 miles radios from the location of the inventors group located two largest manufacturers of the hard-disk industry Western Digital and Seagate Technology which might become partner and early consumers of products developed by company;

8. STRUCTURE OF WORKING GROUP OF THE PROJECT

8.1. The inventors group has allocated 5 workplaces for the project:
8.2. Working group consist of: research engineer with interdisciplinary functional duties, research-engineer with interdisciplinary duties in the field of electronics, two interdisciplinary experts in the field of mechanical engineering and design and manager/consultant of the group;
8.3. The group will be provided with necessary software such as SOLIDWORKS versions 2013 and other engineering programs as needed;
8.4. The group has access to various metal-cutting equipment and special tables for assembly, adjustment and testing of products;

9. PROJECTED TIMELINE OF THE PROJECT

9.1. Estimated time for entire project from prototype testing to commercialization of the final product is two years;

10. GERMAN COMPANIES THAT COULD BE INTERESTED IN RESULTS OF THE PROJECT

10.1. The project results could be of use to three groups of the companies: the manufacturers of systems of optical memory, the manufacturers of devices for protection of digital communications and the manufacturers of the complex automated process equipment, control systems and communication equipment;
10.2. Phillips Electronics is an example of the company that manufactures systems of optical memory,
10.3. BOSCH is an example of the company that manufactures devices for the control and protection of digital communications,
10.4. SIMMENS is an example of the company that manufactures very complex automated process and control equipment.

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