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|breathe in and take deeply maybe :
full copy @ the bottom !?|
Interesting that Kevin Gramer mentions they are already working with TSM.|
|Homeland Security: America’s airports and the threat from within
The US Homeland Security Committee has released a new report highlighting increasing concerns that insider threats to aviation security are on the rise.
Security is the buzzword at the moment in the aviation and airport networks and you can explore this further in our ‘Security Series’ International Airport Review ran at the end of 2016.
In this article, we introduce a new report released by US Homeland Security that analyses the security threat to aviation in the United States. We also might want to consider how Donald Trump’s election might affect security in North America.
900,000 people work in the 450 airports under US federal supervision and control, and many are able to bypass traditional screening requirements that passengers must endure.
As stated by Kevin Gramer, Vice President at Digital Barriers, in reaction to the report’s findings:
“The US aviation system is interconnected, so it goes without saying that the US is only as secure as its least secure airport. As the report suggests, randomisation and unpredictability are key when selecting a people screening technology to defend against the insider threat, as they present less of an opportunity for malicious actors to “work around” them.”
|And i wonder how much they could make in the next 6 years now that the "investment" stage appears concluded. Thats the harder question!
Thats the tricky bid looking forwards !
Backwards is easy!|
|Don't put yourself down, I'm sure anyone could lose £64M in six years.|
|This is the same team behind DETTICA - they know more about running a business than you, him and me.|
|Thanks for your replies, I was trying to get some discussion going and the first time it fell on stony ground. I don't do shorts or spread betting, don't know how and too long in the tooth to start now. What credibility Felix, I've told you where I got the information from so you can check. Not my alternative facts. "every dog has its day" I think this dog has.
AISHAH, interesting announcement but they seem to be giving it away. Never seen such horrendous profit margins, for every £100 sale, they have been losing £70 averaged over the last 6 years. Their business would look better if they sacked all the salesmen and sold nothing. Maybe they should get some new salesmen who can sell a £100 worth of stock for £170 instead of £170 worth for £100. That could work.
Terrible chart, seems like a big seller can't wait to offload on every announcement.
Perhaps he can see a fund raising coming and wants to buy cheaper, £3.4M wont last long even with £10M credit from Investec Bank. Where have I heard that name? Oh yes the house broker is Investec Bank but that's no reason why they should say DGB is a strong buy. I'm sure they are honest and objective.|
|lol must be an echo in here or Melton John - why cut and paste same post as earlier to try and rubbish stock . You may be correct who knows but I think your credibility just took a hit :-). Good luck with the short hopefully you will need it but time will tell as ever.
I would just further say every dog has its day and maybe its time is now.|
|Sharewatch comments from November:
Digital Barriers - US$10m+ of orders for ThruVis
44p Epic code: DGB
(Sharewatch) There has been a string of announcements since September including US$10m of contracts with various US law enforcement agencies for its ThruVis camera technology for mass-transit security that can detect objects such as weapons and explosives concealed under clothing.
For the six months to end September, Digital Barriers said that sales, which will include Brimtek for the first time, are expected to be double that achieved last year. Both organic revenue and adjusted losses are expected to be broadly flat year-on-year, although neither of these include the benefit of material US government contracts, which will be delivered in H2. Including the September contract awards, the Group has secured approximately 50% of the Board's revenue expectation for the financial year as a whole. Strong hold.
Another $9.1m worth of contracts won since and price off by around 20%. Lots more to come here imo. dyor|
|DGB are exhibiting at the Sold out SO/LIC - Feb 13th to 15th:
SO/LIC takes place annually in the Washington, DC area to reach the decision makers at the Pentagon and other government agencies.
This conference is to engage industry and government to meet the needs of U.S. Special Operations and to interface with interagency operations to achieve national military and security strategic objectives.
USSOCOM is looking for your products and services to implement emerging and innovative technologies in an effort to link information with allies, U.S. Intelligence community members and interagency law enforcement partners in the battle against terrorism.
To help meet these needs, the SO/LIC exhibition provides the platform for companies to present new products in which U.S. military and international law enforcement, and intelligence organizations, can purchase to implement in this battle. As the global field becomes more lethal to the enemy, our troops must leverage and add what may have been traditionally viewed as law enforcement techniques, tactics and procedures to their programs.
|any idea who seller is ?|
|Ive picked some up here today.
Just the situation i like, share price sold off , with artificial suppression by a seller.
But strong institutional backing , strong interest and interesting products. A lot of the investment already paid for!!
Now sit back and wait for the orders?
STRONG CANDIDATE FOR RECOVERY AT THIS PRICE - BUY!|
|Gaining traction with recent contract wins. Strong pipeline of £150m over the next year or so to go for.
As for the Mexican wall, DGB reckons using their technology the cost is only around 5% of building a physical barrier. £8 billion or more banded about for a physical barrier. Do the maths of the opportunity that DGB have here. When asked if they are in talks with Trump's people:
"We won't be discussing, and never have discussed, if we are in talks with US border control authorities, and any other border authorities – as this would be confidential information. Regardless, if we did win a deal, as a listed company we would have to announce the win on the RNS," said a spokesman.
Institutional base (%):
Schroder Investment Management - 20.66
Henderson Global Investors - -12.54
Herald Investment Management - 8.68
Invesco Perpetual Investment Management - 5.83
Aviva Investors - 5.82
Tom Black - 5.64
M&G Investment Management - 4.49
Hargreave Hale, Stockbrokers - 4.42
Artemis Investment Management - 3.91
GAM London - 3.69
Soros Fund Management - 3.04
I've been hoovering up stock whilst this overhang persists. dyor|
|You look through the last few weeks and based on the buy sell volumes, it looks like 3.5m buys vs < 1m sells, assuming the ? are sells, 80% shares held by institutions with over 3%, so where are the shares being bought coming from. Is there a very large overhang from some time ago being held by brokers?, thoughts appreciated|
|OK, who was it now? Who got the extra large hoover out?
|airport security in the digital age ... ThruVis , Safezone , Facial Recognition ...
|Nice volume this morning...looks like the market is starting to notice the huge potential here....|
|Joined y'all here.....|