In•ven•tor [inˈventər]
noun
• a person who invented a particular process or device or someone who invents things as an occupation.

In•ven•tor [inˈventər]

noun

• a person who invented
a particular process or device

• or someone who invents things
as an occupation.

Lucian Randolph
Necessity is the mother of invention... but targeted innovation can give birth to unknown needs...
Lucian has consulted for large-scale projects under the direction of numerous government and private groups around the world. Many of these projects required the creation of new technologies, and Lucian began his inventing career as a young man. He now has a portfolio of advanced technology he was directly responsible for developing or inventing. His designs and inventions cover a broad range of industries including the medical, robotics, telecommunications, military, and aerospace fields. Virtually all of his technology is Restricted or Classified; mostly as a result of who actually has enough money to build the things he thinks up.

Some well-known examples of his technology have been made public over the years, and several companies have been founded on technology from his portfolio. One of the most significant contributions Lucian has made to the advancement of technology is an exoskeletal robot he designed and developed for NASA in the 80’s as a means of exercising in space. This amazing device was the first working exoskeletal robot and it spawned the entire exoskeletal robot industry of today. Not one to stop at creating the industry, he was the first person to successfully connect a full body exoskeletal robot to a virtual reality training system, which he did for the Army Simulation and Training Command in 2001.

Lucian also developed the Air-Tower advanced airborne communication transmitting platform, a civilian version of a military platform. The system was developed for use as an Emergency Services Network for the FCC as part of the digital spectrum transition. It is currently the only heavy payload airborne platform of its kind approved to fly without restriction in the United States. Most recently, he developed a solar energy and water generation solution for military use called the SPAWG.