Turkish Patent Institute invites Yildiz to Geneva Inventions conference

I just posted this to our PESWiki blog on the upcoming 30-day test of Yildiz.

The Turkish Patent Institute has invited Muammer YILDIZ to demonstrate his all-magnet motor at the 41st International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva from April 10 – 14, 2013.

Halil, who sent me a copy of the invitation, said that Yildiz has accepted the invitation and plans to attend. My prediction is that he is likely to win an award there.

That is the same convention where Peruvian inventor, Fernando Sixto Ramos Solano received a Bronze award last year for his force multiplier system.

According to the Inventions-Geneva.ch website, this event

“is held under the patronage of the Swiss federal government… and of the World Organization for Intellectual Property — WIPO. Recognized as the world’s most important market-place for inventions… The Geneva Exhibition means more than 780 exhibitors from 46 countries — 1,000 inventions, all exhibited for the first time here…, 60,000 visitors…, 650 journalists.”

The invitation letter reads, in part:


Turkish Patent Institute, governmental autonomy on industrial property in Turkey, will participate 41 International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva on 10 – 14 April 2013 in Geneva in Switzerland. As selected one of the inventions by Turkish Patent Institute, one of the belongs carried Mr. Muammer YILDIZ as inventors is the one of the selected inventions which is “Device having an arrangement of magnets” and it is not subject to duty. The pictures of the invention are enclosed.


Here’s a copy of the letter. (click for larger size)


“Best regards of YILDIZ to all of you…”