Diversity Award

Tallahassee, Florida

Florida DMS Office of Supplier Diversity awarded Entropy Technology Design, Inc. Woman Business Certification in November 2017.

Woman Business Certificate



Meeting scheduled at Pentagon’s NAVSEA

Tampa, Florida: Wednesday, October 10 - Entropy Technology Design, Inc., gained significant interest at the 2017 Defense Innovation Technology Acceleration Challenge in Tampa presenting their personal, hand-held airborne threat detection technology. Multiple government and military organizations are pursuing the company for details, to include a scheduled meeting with the DoD on Oct 16, 2017, in Arlington, Virginia. Powered by Nimbus™ Technology, based on low-frequency magnetic field detection, the micro-device provides users with real-time alerts of severe weather, lightning, pre-tornado conditions, rogue drones, mortar fire, and tunneling out to 3 km without the need for satellite feeds or external power. Additional key features include notification of distance, bearing and motion vector. Dr. Bucci, independent consultant and visiting research fellow for Special Operations and Counterterrorism at The Heritage Foundation says: “Some of you are saying: 'OK, I’ll bite. What do weather, drones and mortars have in common?'” Without going into a ton of heavy science the solution is low-frequency magnetic fields (LMF). Entropy’s team has applied 30-years of expertise to create a family of proprietary sensors and analysis software capable of extracting high-resolution information that will disrupt the way the public receives weather and other threat detection. If it went no further than this, it would be a major disruptor of the normal threats facing our communities and the leaders responsible for them, but there is more. Everyone thinks of drones as a U.S. “Big Military” asset that is only weaponized for our closest allies and us. Unfortunately, other countries and terror groups overseas and at home need only look at Amazon’s efforts to use drones to deliver books. birthday gifts, even pizza to realize they can use them to attack targets, both people and facilities. Nimbus™ technology can provide detection miles from the target.

• Users can have affordable extreme weather detection in the hands of the local first responders in time to actually do something to protect their citizens. Businesses can get the same weather related benefits, and achieve drone awareness / detection with minimum training.
• Platoon and individual level real-time incoming mortar fire detection and drone incursion warning.
• Tunneling activity can be detected by compiling the Nimbus™ magnetic field data into localarea maps.
• Real-time tornado detection can provide up to an hour of local-area warning and projected path plots.
• Nimbus™, tuned to the frequencies of the threats facing each different user base would put radically improved protection/preparation ability in the hands of those that need it…when they need it.

Nimbus™ changes everything.
About The Company: Entropy Technology Design, Inc. is a woman-owned company based in Tampa, Florida. For more information visit or contact us at
Tami Fitzpatrick Entropy Technology Design, Inc. 813-361-9475

ChaserCON 2016

Norman, Oklahoma

Entropy Technology was a sponsor and participant at ChaserCON 2016 in Norman, OK. We introduced the Nimbus™4, Nimbus™4D, and Nimbus™4D MobileBase to the storm chasing community by explaining the features and benefits of our products to all in attendance. Our technology was enthusiastically received and accepted! We also held a raffle for a FREE Nimbus™4D, won by Markus Hicks of Norman, OK. Our thanks to all who entered. Overall, our first experience at ChaserCON was a great success and we look forward to attending future conferences.
For more images of ChaserCON 2016 go to our blog!

ChaserCON 2016


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