Company History

Viyya's technology has evolved from a data optimization and targeting tool for publishers into a platform for managing complex energy systems. Below is the timeline depicting that evolution.




MaggieMe Platform - 2006

Personalization and targeting technology for publishers and content owners

The core technology was initially used and marketed directly by Viyya Technologies as a content aggregation tool for wireless telecommunication providers such as AT&T (Mexico), Swisscom (Switzerland) and TIM Cellular (Brazil) to provide personalized “magazine” feeds of information. The product was named MaggieMe and was the first product of its type. The user could pick a particular subject, such as Pinot Noir wine, and MaggieMe would search random or preset websites pulling together a personalized magazine on the subject. The platform was smart enough to translate stories from most languages to English. The product was supported by the Magazine Publishers Association led by publishers such as Conde Nast, Hearst, Time, and Readers Digest. It was positioned to preserve the market for publishers and authors stories with a stipend going to the author and subscription model, split by Viyya and the host Telecom portal. This was contrary to the free advertising-based internet model. Information could be compiled on a cellphone or any Internet-enabled device with options such as headings, full stories, or a real time ticker format.


Integrated Deterrent Technology (IDT) - 2012

Repurposing technology for use in deterrence prototyping in complex scenarios

John Bay (Viyya's CEO) was involved in the investigation the LaGuardia tragedy with the Atlantic City based arm of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to work on technology ideas to avert another aviation disaster. John was seeking ways to create deterrent technology to move pirates from the shipping lanes.

The management team began to envision the Viyya platform as a framework for deterrent technologies.  The Viyya software platform was utilized for prototypes to monitor cameras, radar, Unmanned Ground Systems (UGS) for airports and the Hellenic Maritime Association (HMA). The platform was named the Mobile Common Operating Platform or (MCOP).

Both market segments utilized a sound-based laser stream that would create high impact “noise” sweeping away the birds from flight paths and disabling pirates from boarding vessels and ships.

The software was enhanced by the Management Team and initially marketed through IDT directly to the HMA maritime industry and through Entecco for the aviation industry. Pilots were conducted in LaGuardia, Rochester, and Kansas City. Pilots for the maritime industry were conducted mostly in Greece through the HMA and its sponsors.


Entecco - Energy Technology Company - 2015

Adaptation of deterrence technology into microgram energy management and optimization platform

2014 through 2015 brought about a pivot in the platform from data collection for deterrent applications to the microgrid energy marketplace. With the onset of renewable energy coming of age, there was a forecasted need to collect inverter data from multiple generation sources and use the platform to meter the energy to multiple loads. The Management Team began discussions with Western Power Proceeds, a western NY organization set up by the New York Power Authority to provide working capital to the new energy marketplace.

The Management Team reconfigured the platform and entitled it “Energy Management Control Center”.

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Acadia Energy Corporation - 2016

Refining the energy management platform

Acadia Energy Corporation became the primary distributor for Viyya’s technology in 2016 and the platform was renamed InSite. Energy analytics were added to the platform technology allowing for a more robust version positioning it as a microgrid platform concentrating on the renewable energy sector. Monitoring and sensory capabilities permitted InSite to place energy locally for loads or for sale on the utility grid in real time. As the markets became more complex, so did the platform’s capabilities.


Acadia Sustainable Resources and Third Parties - 2020

Combining smart energy with data centers and cryptocurrency mining

Microgrids are becoming a new standard in the renewable energy marketplace, but the regulatory issues have been slow to catch up to the market and implementations. Also, it is generally considered a fact that Climate change is creating devastation and chaos in today’s world. Based on these two facts, PetaWatt and Acadia, along with the Viyya-based technology, have cultivated the Sustainability Hub model.

The model, as shown below, takes the corporate missions of both companies and combines them into a platform whereby energy generated locally and controlled by a microgrid, brings power-hungry businesses into a framework of renewable energy assets (solar, wind, geothermal, etc.) and provides those businesses with secure, reliable power at a constant price point.

In addition to the energy attributes, the model provides sorely needed quality jobs and economic stimulus to the underserved communities actually generating the power! Excess power can now be used for other purposes such as food production and manufacturing.


A Statement from John Bay, CEO

Viyya Technologies (the Company) was formed in 2004 as a Nevada charter and actively traded on the OTC markets from 2006 to late 2011, fully compliant, and then with reduced volume until 2020 when the Company became a target for a corporate raider. The Company, because of the Management Teams’ efforts and agreement to take common stock as incentive compensation over the following years, continued operations on an accrual and incentive basis, only using share issuances and promises to keep development of its dynamic software platform current and relevant.

In approximately January of 2020, shareholders inquired to management about the status of the Company.  The only thing communicated was that Viyya was still in business, had significant intellectual property and would take appropriate steps to access capital that might be available, directly or through a joint venture.

In early 2020, because of a hostile takeover application to the Nevada Courts for the ongoing concern of the Company and its proprietary software platform, the Company stock has been very active. This activity has allowed the Management Team to procure strategic capital on a private basis that would allow the Company to satisfy bills and update its status on the OTC Markets with the goal of becoming a significant player in the energy, blockchain and cryptocurrency, and protein production space through its software expertise dating back to the early 2000’s.  At the time management did not know, nor could it forecast, the significant changes that would occur as well as the expansion opportunities for Viyya.

Virtually the same Management Team, with a couple of additions since 2011, have occurred as documented in the Company’s books and records, summarized in this chronology and corporate minutes. The Company has also provided such information to its legal counsel and accounting firm so that it may provide appropriate reporting as a public Company, not just a research and development software Company. The difficulty in managing a public company without capital access from the public markets creates difficult choices to be made and what bills, if any, can be paid despite the fact of owning assets and moving forward with continuing development on a daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual basis.

As a testament to Viyya’s Management Team, ongoing operations have continued, including the need to improve shareholder value. No one ever challenged the product or its evolution over time including the many software updates and platform modifications made to suit the evolving marketplace.  We, the Company, are now poised for product roll out in 2022 as well an amalgamation of capital and asset interests that will result in operational revenues in 2022.

John Bay