mission // large renewable energy transportation utility vehicles
mission // green recyclable construction material
mission // clean water resources and potential clean energy infrastructure
initiative structuring sets our transportation mission (hunni) to provide brand new developments in large electric vehicles (with protective enhancements as compared to commercial vehicles at risk under certain conditions), in order to produce transportation vehicles and equipment with distinct onboard and fully-integrated engineering designs to enhance the deployment of humanitarian and industrial equipment, first to provide communities with baseline self-sufficient socio-economic means to aid in eradicating poverty and famine, followed by domestic industrial implementation.
our mission (hunni) approach provides means for a retirement plan for many environmentally destructive vehicles (particularly in industries that are in transition toward reform), while discarding and/or reprocessing of basic materials, potentially utilizing a portion for crisis relief measures, and potentially procuring displays for physical historical preservation and ongoing and future education (with means for tying in infrastructure development); all of which leads to the creation of the human-aid-military-style (hu-military hams) vehicle fleet.
our comprehensive outlook utilizes mission (hunni) to efficiently and effectively tie together the other missions with the development of large-scale human-aid-military-style (hu-military hams) trucks (first aiming to combat human crises relating to baseline socio-economic establishments, famine and lack of water; with more complex fleets for regions in different levels of development), followed by full domestic implementation of large-scale trucks for industrial purposes, with the goal of having some other exciting projects to follow (see our project developments).
investments are sought to provide initial prototyping and best practices alongside our distinct ÓNI design innovation, and to procure the best utility ergonomics and versatility for a wide variety of applications and as part of specific fleets for different levels of human development needs and particular socio-economic or essential resource-deficient cases by region.
once initial prototyping and refinement has undergone extensive evaluation and testing, preparation and industrialized manufacturing will bring ÓNI designed vehicles into market production, ensuring protective safety measures.
new ways of thinking are an essential practice for ÓNI designs, to rid the implementation of non-essential, potentially over-simplistically limiting refinements or adding redundancies; new technology and innovative design will allow for more strategic placements for components and onboard fully-integrated equipment as part of the specific fleets.
potential museum facilities for historical displays of retired vehicles will be sought; this will provide potential ongoing business with government, as well as provide infrastructure incentives and historically-significant tourism.
as laid out by ÓNI, selling to international markets (where misuse of these vehicles and equipment is virtually nil), and deploying them for human aid and/or to establish establish means for baseline economic structuring and viability for communities is a primary goal.
adaptations from the human-aid-military-style (hu-military hams) vehicle fleets, as well as new endeavors for specialty market vehicles, will provide a wide variety of applicable technology and equipment designations such that domestic vehicles can be produced.
our construction mission (go) approach intertwines atmospheric carbon reduction, and the production of construction materials & useful byproducts (sustainable and reusable).
initiative structuring sets mission (go) to outline the initial product processing and development means (in order to provide sustainable housing both in environmental and financial terms), while other projects aim to efficiently and effectively implement these (transportation vehicles and equipment with distinct onboard and fully-integrated designs as part of mission (hunni).
through our comprehensive outlook, our interrelated processes demonstrate the integral position that mission (go) holds, in that it is one of the baselines needs for setting out a global climate and humanitarian remediation plan; in addition to providing means for our corporate initiative growth (including high end market entry), we will seek to provide education (under our own corporate terms) and individual skills development through our distinct design engagement initiative, and building new business establishments across many regions with the goal of reaching a multitude of countries.
investments are sought for land preparation, physical testing and research to procure the best yields and quantities to process raw product and to procure the desired materials through distinct ÓNI operations.
through primary funding, and alongside for-market research and development within industry, internal growth within the company is the next step to ensure that efficient management and operations take place at ÓNI.
through a specialized refinement process and for-market material processing, we aim to procure sustainable materials and methods of post-lifecycle or compromised structure product reintegration such that waste can be virtually eliminated.
once our missions are refined and ready for a wide range of markets, we plan to begin our operations by selling to or gaining affiliations with government(s), military divisions, and humanitarian initiatives.
once the important ÓNI initiatives have been assessed and plans begin to take place within this market, divisions will be established for domestic and high end markets.
with hands all-in, it's time for humanity to win the pot against future disaster, and ÓNI will tackle the missions we set out with our prospective innovative technologies worldwide.
our water resources mission (wet) approach intertwines both sustainable water sourcing (to preserve important sources), and the infrastructure planning for the necessary equipment manufacturing and implementation (as in purification methods and processes, alongside the potential implementation of net-zero energy production methods and their potential direct use as part of the purification process).
initiative structuring sets mission (wet) to procure the design refinements of current technology (in order to achieve the necessary equipment with distinctive modifications and enhancements for the specific purpose of our distinct deployment techniques), while other projects aim to efficiently and effectively implement these (transportation vehicles and equipment with distinct onboard and fully-integrated designs as part of mission (hunni).
through our comprehensive outlook, our interrelated processes demand the need for technology through mission (wet) in order to mitigate extremes of drought and flooding while sustaining human life and operations throughout various regions; as well as further providing means for our corporate initiative growth in relation to energy infrastructure, eventually required for mission (hunni), with potential career incentives in the particular regions of application, and procuring continued business for communities across these regions.
investments are sought for a water purification equipment design and refinement in which a potential net-zero carbon emissions energy production system may be implemented alongside; potential projects would require the refinement of equipment and comprehensive detailed design enhancements, feasibility evaluation and means of safely proving the results.
research and development for feasibility and safety in many regards is required to avoid environmental damage for both water purification and the potential implementation of energy-generating infrastructure, whether permanent or not.
with increasing discrepancies in bodies of water, strategic sourcing in large-scale quantities may eventually be necessary to preserve environments and to further prevent localized droughts.
a primary goal at ÓNI is to preserve the natural settings from which we seek to gather our essential resources, and to prevent any disruptions to the surrounding open environment, communities and wildlife.
self-sustaining communities with production and business efforts to supply other regions without access to direct water resources and that require quantities for their self-sustenance.
while some industries cannot entirely eliminate greenhouse gas emissions, water energy initiatives can provide a degree of relief.