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CLAYTON INDUSTRIES INC. corporate headquarters is in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA and was established in 2008 by Founder/Inventor Mr. Christian H. Clayton.
CLAYTON INDUSTRIES INC. was originally formed to participate in a research and development program with Daimler AG and Bosch AG. The program was configured to address supplement safety systems on the German automobiles. This issue became a personal task when Mr. Christian H. Clayton’s father was involved in a wreck where his Audi airbags did not deploy. Airbag deployment criteria is based on an engineering formula called Delta. The airbag control module evaluate sensor data in microseconds to determine if airbags should be deployed.
With Mr. Christian H. Clayton’s experience troubleshooting the Bosch systems for Mercedes Benz he was aware of the electrical control module failures. Mr. Christian H. Clayton had been recognized by Daimler Benz AG in Stuttgart, Germany twice for electrical engineering issues on the Mercedes Benz models. The aftermath of his father’s wreck inspired him to advance the capabilities of supplement safety systems in the automotive market. He addressed the problem with Bosch AG and entered a discovery process on advancing the technology to prevent the collision or impact severity using proprietary technology.
The company would move onto pursue development of a Directed High Energy Laser Weapon System with Supplemental Plasma Generation Platform. This program was discussed with DARPA (U.S Department of Defense) and Lockheed Martin Skunk Works. The program was initiated by a White Paper Proposal submitted to DARPA by Mr. Christian H. Clayton. Mr. Christian H. Clayton had been continuously evolving the suite of seven technologies, since it’s creation in year 1993. The technology discussed in the proposal was immediately concerned seven years advanced compared to current research and development programs within the U.S Department of Defense and National Labs.
After refusing to sell intellectual property to the defense contractors and turn over inner-workings of the separate technologies. Mr. Christian H. Clayton decided to scale down the technology for energy applications including conversation of multiple waste streams into clean renewable energy. These scaled down Waste-to-Energy applications would create the revenue vehicles to fund the weapon system including the small modular advanced nuclear reactor which was the core component. Mr. Christian H. Clayton was again pursued by U.S Department of Defense & Lockheed Martin Skunk Works for development of the space based nuclear reactor and weapon system platforms. A mutually beneficial agreement for technology transfer could not be brokered. Mr. Christian H. Clayton made the move to incorporate the seven technologies through a series of commercial applications until the funding reserves had been met for development of the nuclear reactor working prototype.