Progress so far;

  • Simple mechanical modelling has been conducted with positive results.

  • Engineers specialising in hydraulics and shock absorbers have made a simulation with the conclusion: “The system seems to work well in theory. Our simulation model has shown a response/behaviour just as you described.

  • An early prototype (proof of concept model) has been tested on an arbitrary dyno. The findings was that: “The main regulating principle showed performance as anticipated from modelling over the entire frequency range.

  • The Danish patent and trademark office conducted a novelty search with the result: “We have not found any documents that describe all of the above technical features.

  • The proof of concept model also revealed the advantages and disadvantages of the various methods of realising the principle, which made it possible to develop more effective, workable variations of the principle and reformulate the patent.

  • Patent lawyers (Patrade Copenhagen), specialists in mechanics, hydraulics and patent law, started by searching for potentially infringed patents and found only ten patents in the world that claim to do something similar, none of them on the same level and none using the same principle.

  • Patrade then helped with the final construction of the patent.