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Talawah Technologies, Inc.

Talawah Technologies, Inc. delivers passive, wireless sensors and a novel communication system, to improve safety, at a reduced cost.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Clean Technology
  • Location Orlando, FL, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2013
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

Talawah Technologies, Inc. designs and manufactures passive, wireless surface acoustic wave sensors, and the coherence multiplexed transceiver for improved communication with SAW devices. The sensors are rugged, lightweight, inexpensive, and of small size. These sensors do not require costly wiring, which allows the devices to be easily installed and maintained in locations that are hard to reach and/or in extreme physical environments.


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    Cecily E McCoy-Fisher

    Mrs. McCoy-Fisher works at the Naval Air Warfare Center and is currently a PhD student in UCF’s Industrial and Organizational Psychology program and has over 10 years of experience in organizational development, marketing, and grant writing. Mrs. McCoy-Fisher’s skills are vital for the management of Talawah Technologies and the marketing of its products.

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    Shane Shepherd
    Chief Computer Engineer

    Shane Shepherd is a graduate from the FAMU-FSU College of As a FAMU alum, Mr. Shepherd gained over five years of experience in hardware and software integration in the aerospace and military industries. His ability to conduct large network simulation, modify proprietary software compilers, and develop graphical user interfaces is critical for the commercialization of the CMT.

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    Brain H Fisher

    Dr. Fisher is an electrical engineer, co-inventor of the passive, wireless H2 gas sensor, developer of the coherence multiplexed transceiver (CMT) system. Dr. Fisher is a UCF Electrical Engineering PhD alum and currently a UCF Postdoctoral Associate.