EU & German Government recognises Waveguard Technology

Funding towards product development backed by EU & German Government scientists


What is the funding?

The funding is co-financed from tax revenues in the Saxon State Parliament in Germany and the European Union.
The application made by Waveguard was initially rejected twice as at first glance it was considered pseudoscience.
Fortunately though, it was reviewed a third time by a German Government scientific advisor with a doctorate in biology.
When the studies and their results were revealed to him, he was 'very positively surprised'. He didn't know that the technology developed by Waveguard existed.
In the end, his expertise confirmed that the Waveguard study results were absolutely conclusive, and Waveguard received confirmation of the funding.

What does the approval of the funding mean for Waveguard? 

1) First and foremost, it underlines the technology. It is effective.

2) Without the existing studies and the encouragement of a scientist, Waveguard would not have received the funding.

3) Waveguard can now continue with further product development with the additional funding.

Why Waveguard technology

Waveguard have commissioned more than 25 studies to verify the technical as well as biological effects of its depolarisation technology.

Waveguard uses its depolarisation technology to reduce the field strength of electromagnetic fields. 

This effect occurs when manmade radiation (e.g. radiofrequency from mobile phones) comes into contact with certain liquids.

It is similar to the way a rainbow is created; the light beam is refracted and the light spectrum becomes visible.

When polarised man-made frequencies are broken up and dispersed into a wider area through depolarisation; the field strength in the electromagnetic field is reduced.

View Waveguard EMF Depolarisation Devices