November 2007: Ambient Micro begins
Ambient Micro has begun work on a new project to develop miniaturized power supplies under a one–year contract sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and National Defense Center for Excellence in Research for Ocean Sciences (CEROS).
September 2007: Ambient Micro selected for Army SBIR Phase I contract
The Army’s Armament Research Development Engineering Center (ARDEC) announced its selection of Ambient Micro to design new self-sustaining power supplies for the Army’s Future Combat Systems’ wireless sensor networks.
July 2007: Ambient Micro begins Two-Year $750K Air Force SBIR Phase II contract to develop ambient energy power supplies
Ambient Micro begins work on contract to develop its Multi-Source Ambient Power Supply technology to support wireless MEMS vehicle health monitoring micro sensors for the Joint Strike Fighter and a new ambient energy power supply for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.
April 10, 2006 : Honolulu Star-Bulletin
"Waves of Energy" Maui-based company harnesses ambient radiation as a power source for devices – Jim Borg