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|Interesting finish with 777,777
the Lord's favourite number twice.
God Bless all!|
|Henderson added 132,000 to go above 12%|
|ThruVis sets new benchmark for high-throughput screening
Screening rate of up to 1,000 people per hour achieved at peak times in a single ThruVis security lane
27th March 2017
Digital Barriers plc (AIM: DGB), the specialist provider of visually intelligent solutions to the global surveillance, security and safety markets, is pleased to confirm its ThruVis public safety solution has successfully and uniquely achieved a screening rate of up to 1,000 people per hour at peak times – estimated to be more than five times faster than traditional security lanes. There is no other technology available in the world today that can match this rate of high-throughput performance. This screening rate was achieved during the UK Government Security & Policing event in Farnborough, where ThruVis was part of an official high throughput screening demonstration.
ThruVis delivers a level of performance, flexibility and capability that cannot be matched by any other technology in the world. Unlike existing technology, it detects all types of items concealed in clothing, including non-metallics like explosives and ceramic knives, at stand-off distances of up to 10m. It is mobile, rapidly deployable, and operates without compromising people throughput, safety or privacy. Of equal importance, it is operationally ready for use, as confirmed by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) who have already conducted successful deployments in preparation for a wider rollout.
The unsurpassed screening rate of up to 1,000 people per hour comes at the same time as ThruVis has again achieved a 100% detection rate in blind trials with government agencies in Asia Pacific, who continue to plan wide scale deployments of the capability over the coming years.
In aviation, ThruVis delivers the potential to materially enhance the screening of passengers in expedited security lanes and of staff using employee security channels. In the public safety market it provides an additional layer of security for mass transit terminals and crowded public spaces that have been the subject of recent attacks.
ThruVis can also now be deployed alongside the company’s SmartVis Face solution, to raise immediate alarms when concealed threats or people who may present a security risk enter protected locations. SmartVis Face has been designed to deliver high-throughput, standoff screening against known watch lists, and it was also successfully showcased at the UK Government Security & Policing event to government security and defence delegations from around the world.
“ThruVis is a game-changing technology that meets a pressing security need without disrupting people flow or detracting from the visitor or traveller experience,” said Zak Doffman, CEO of Digital Barriers. “The addressable market for this solution is now being measured in many thousands of units over the coming years, which will deliver a very significant payback on the ten years of development and more than £100m of investment that has resulted in this unique technology.”|
Not all of it but maybe some of it say 10%|
|Lube Team update (posters who only post on Frothy Targets)
Knigel.....Frothy Lube confirmed.. Chip paper Fungus
Roydyor........Only eats pastry, internet chip paper
Sweet Karolina...fading away..Frothy Cut and Paste Thelma / Aka Cynical Bear
IONLYPOSTAFTER.. Fordyce Spots perpetual Tantrum in a vacuum...mummy Louise
Andy...............on Autistic spectrum
Lobster...seeks original thought, keen like a puppy dog.
Taxidermist99...Pictures of toilet rolls are hilarious. .
boysie72.....indigestion of the mind
wise old elf....Did not know when to stop
Buriedtreasure... pretty Please help me out here.
Vanerci1. Embarrassingly desperate blogger .
Babbler.. Walbrook theology beat me.
Struth1.. confuses intimidation with persuasion
tortioustortoise..last hope ..snorts colemans
Supersonico...the untouchable unfunny master
johnbri4. everyone else is wrong Karolina
loglorry 1 ..likes his toast black
Smithless..lives on a park bench
Cynical Bear..Sweet Karolina without doubt|
|For the first time a #screening rate of up to 1000 people per hour was achieved in a #security lane! MORE ON MONDAY hxxps://t.co/xTml1kDM9M hxxps://t.co/MOPtPa3EgE
|Level 1 are good at helping on funding !|
|Where's Liam when you need him lol|
|Without getting into revenue recognition etc. I’ve put the following numbers in my notes. Comments, corrections welcomed.
Half Year Rev: £13m. Contract news since: £9m (£1.75m+$9.1or£7.25m). Total £22m.
Half Year Rev was expected to be 50% of Full Year Rev, so £26m. Now a £10m shortfall expected, so 2016/17 Rev seen as £16m. (Not £22m - perhaps relates to framework contracts, timings.)
Excluding four framework contracts, a total of £14.5m “late” contracts are now listed. If all had come in, 2016/17 Rev could presumably have been £16m + £14.5m = £30.5m.
2015/16 Rev was £21m. So “contract lateness” has caused a 24% Rev fall as opposed to what would have been a 44% Rev rise. Major international contracts are tricky but Tom Black’s “meaningful and sustainable improvements” in forecasts would be great. The fundamentals of the company are a separate matter though.
|Yup, this looks ripe IMO for further falls and a fund raising DYOR.....|
|Given that a revolving credit facility is not intended to provide permanent capital what's the chance of an emergency placing?|
|The near level balance between buys and sells after two hours trading today following the disappointing near term revenue news might summarise two camps. One seeking a near term profit and the other regarding DGB's unique technology and the major customers they have, and are gaining globally, as more important.
My phrasing probably gives away my own view - I'm staying with the big boys looking to the future.|
|The timing issues of what is now becoming increasingly large contracts was known. The technology is gaining widespread awareness and usage around the globe. I'll be adding on any sustained weakness here. dyor|
|I see they have managed to retain their track record...................|
|with what has happened over the last two months there seems to be more to worry about than hit and run rampers..unless this too is all part of the plan...|
|well I sold my trade / average down thankfully . so just got to time the next one now I guess.|
|i wonder how many got out on the strength provided by the soros fund investment news..|
|Beware the overvalued loss making story stock:-
Profit warning this morning.|
|Duplicating posts doesn't help the 'anti-Liam' cause, BBMs.
Anyway, 'ignorant hit & run rampers' are ten a penny on this BB, sadly. Fortunately, they never make any difference to the share price so I don't know why you're so peeved.|
|liamsaying you still maintain your belief in ctag unfortunately means anything you say must be disregarded|
|Posters here should be aware that Liam Nicholas is the man behind HTTPS://cloudtagblog.wordpress.com/2016/08/20/why-cloudtag/ , a work of fiction that has cost CTAG mugs caught in his ramp £10s of millions. Together with DavidGreece (@topdogshares) he has beggared an army of naive mugs who believed his nonsense.
He's an ignorant hit & run ramper, trying to catch the wave of a spike & ramping it on further hoping for a fresh tranche of mugs to support his position while he exits.
A dangerous fool.|
|A little more re The Wall specs:
The agency has released two proposals for contractors who want to submit a bid: a solid, concrete wall and a wall with “a see-through component/capability.”