Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Digital Barrier LSE:DGB London Ordinary Share GB00B627R876 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.125p +0.50% 25.375p 25.00p 25.75p 25.375p 25.375p 25.375p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 21.1 -8.5 -12.0 - 41.90

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23/8/2017
22:20
Digital Barriers facial recognition technology on tonight's Sky News hTtps://t.co/uc24A2DjGQ
aishah
18/8/2017
22:43
I'm well aware of what a market is John. At some point there will be an inflection point and this is getting close even if another fund raising is required. This is why I have taken an initial position just in case I get caught out. I will double or triple up on any funding dip and then sell this initial position on the way back up if that opportunity arises. I am convinced that their technology has a massive future and once they can integrate the businesses more cost effectively to bring down their overheads and reduce their working capital requirements with the massive sales potential ready to go (not in development) the inflection point could be reached very quickly. They still may have £5m. or so of the revolving credit facility available to them and they are obviously trying to manage their cash better as they will not want more dilution either with their stakes in the business. However I can understand your concern and it would be good if we could get more clarity as to how this is panning out. You never know they may just achieve what looks to be a difficult task but in reality I feel they will need more cash in the short to medium term.
barrieb
18/8/2017
15:46
It's called a market Barrie, buyers and sellers meet in the middle and agree on a price. You've bought hoping it will go up, I haven't bought because I think it will go down. They lose money on every sale, spend a fortune out of shareholders funds which means a placing when they run out. They've borrowed £10M because orders they were depending on haven't happened yet and their results are late. So in a nutshell I like the technology but waiting for the fog to clear and funding to be sorted. So how is this worth more than the £46M it's currently valued at. Sorry but IMO the down side is greater than the upside here.
melton john
18/8/2017
14:07
Why are you here then, is it just for something to do to help brighten your day or did you buy at a much higher price!
barrieb
17/8/2017
20:59
Not what I'd call an investment.
melton john
16/8/2017
12:18
Hi all Made an initial investment over the last week or so as the share price appears to be remaining steady and am wondering if they will be able to avoid another cash call on strength of sales and the increased facility from Investec. Lets hope so anyway but just thought an initial stake was a reasonable idea while we are down here in case we get some early fireworks. If we do get a discounted fundraise that could be the last opportunity to get in at a reasonable price before sales momentum takes this much higher. All the best
barrieb
08/8/2017
11:45
8 August 2017 - Digital Barriers plc (AIM: DGB, the "Group") is pleased to announce that its ThruVis thermal-screening camera technology was deployed by G4S to enhance security at the Manchester “One Love” Concert at the Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester, on June 4 , 2017 and throughout the week of the British Summer Time event at Hyde Park, London, July 3-9, 2017. Digital Barriers and G4S offered their services to the organisers of the One Love concert, responding to the need for additional security assurance. The event’s security infrastructure, including ThruVis, protected an audience of 50,000 visitors, as well as staff and artists including Liam Gallagher, Coldplay, Katy Perry and Robbie Williams. At the British Summer Time event in Hyde Park, ThruVis was deployed for the whole week both at VIP entrances and also at public gates, screening at rates of up to 1,000 people per hour. A total of 50,000 people were screened by ThruVis through the week at an event headlined by artists such as Kings of Leon, The Killers and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. G4S chose to use ThruVis as it provides a unique new security capability. Firstly, it offers additional security assurance by seeing non-metallic threats like explosives and ceramic knives, as well as guns, at distances in excess of 5m. Secondly, as a thermal camera, it is completely safe and respectful of personal privacy. Finally, by reducing queuing times and minimising the need to divest clothing, ThruVis dramatically improves the visitor “experience221;, as shown by the 98% satisfaction rating from visitors screened at Hyde Park. G4S Director of Events Eric Alexander, said: “We used Digital Barriers' ThruVis passive screening solution, to support our security arrangements at the event. We recognise that new security innovations play an important role in strengthening our capability and increase the public's confidence in the measures we use to keep them safe.” Colin Evans, Chief Operating Officer at Digital Barriers, said: “The public expects enhanced security around high profile public events and would prefer this to be provided with minimal further inconvenience. We are confident ThruVis is the only security technology available today that meets this need and we are delighted to be working with G4S to make this important new capability widely available.”
aishah
08/8/2017
08:01
OK Mate, keep your head firmly up your backside to avoid reality that this company is in my opinion going broke with insufficient working capital to survive without another fund raising.
melton john
07/8/2017
15:59
Techno, saw the RNS as notably adding to potential rather than achievement, and so did not expect much price action. Indeed they warned that returns will be somewhat slim. Nevertheless I did add a few to my small holding, pended there with fingers crossed until Results and numbers. (Melton, I expect to see one of your post headings following this, but don't bother for my sake. Long time filtered.)
hew
07/8/2017
15:01
Where are the final results? No feedback from investor presentation 2nd may. Was that passing the hat round the institutions for a placing? They must be raiding the tea money and looking down the sofa's by now. They had £3million at the interims at the end of 2016 and £10 million credit. Starting cash £10.8 ending cash £3.4
melton john
07/8/2017
14:28
Best thing you can do is get a trial subscription with Stockopedia and see companies like this for the losers they are. They're cheap for a reason, they lose money consistently. Contributions gratefully received I'm sure but very speculative.
melton john
07/8/2017
12:49
Disappointing share price response. Deepening relationships with the US govt has got to be positive. If I'm reading it correctly, implies extension of the wider framework agreement using our kit is likely (and soon).
techno20
07/8/2017
08:22
The contract is expected to generate slightly lower margins than are usually generated from the Group's Brimtek division.
melton john
07/8/2017
08:19
If this kit is so good why lower margins? Seems like dgb normally sell at a loss so a bigger loss???
melton john
07/8/2017
07:51
All contracts and no profits.
mr macgregor
07/8/2017
07:44
$11.9 million US Government Contract Award Digital Barriers plc (AIM: DGB), the specialist provider of visually intelligent solutions to the global surveillance, security and safety markets, is pleased to announce the award of a contract with a major US federal law enforcement agency valued at $11.9 million; this has been received before the expiration of a major framework contract in September.
aishah
27/7/2017
22:57
Great initiative to raise awareness and usage in the police service.... Digital Barriers Offers Facial Recognition Tech to Aid In Search for Missing Persons Posted on July 27, 2017 TweetLikePlusPin ItShare Digital Barriers has announced that it will provide its facial recognition technology at no cost to police and government authorities in the UK to aid in the search for missing persons. Digital Barriers Offers Facial Recognition Tech to Aid In Search for Missing PersonsThe news comes very soon after Digital Barriers’ launch of facial recognition technology for police body cameras, enabling live scans in the field as police do their work. The system, called SmartVis Identifier, is based on the company’s EdgeVis platform, which essentially offered the same service through smartphone cameras. In a statement announcing the new initiative to offer the technology to police and related authorities, Digital Barriers CEO Zak Doffman highlighted the potential of this technology in helping to find missing persons, saying it’s “clearly an exceptional benefit of this new technology and we want to ensure that it’s widely available.” As for interested authorities, “If the agency or authority provides access to suitable cameras and PCs, we’ll do the rest,” Doffman said. While facial recognition technology has long been of interest to police authorities around the world, it could be picking up steam in the UK, with South Wales Police having recently equipped patrol cars with facial recognition technology, leading to at least one arrest of a wanted criminal so far.
techno20
25/7/2017
14:46
More coverage of recent launch: LAW ENFORCEMENT Digital Barriers launches first live facial recognition system for body-worn cameras Digital Barriers has launched the world’s first live facial recognition system for body-worn law enforcement cameras. SmartVis Identifier, which brings together Digital Barriers’ video-streaming platform EdgeVis and analytics solution SmartVis, is targeted at the defence, security and law enforcement markets. It provides real-time facial recognition against multiple watch lists and databases. Already available for standard smartphones, SmartVis has been adapted to run live on Digital Barriers’ body-worn cameras that are designed for frontline law enforcement hxxps://www.ifsecglobal.com/digital-barriers-launches-first-live-facial-recognition-body-worn-cameras/
aishah
24/7/2017
12:56
Morphean and Digital Barriers partner to deliver class-leading business and security analytics as a VSaaS Geneva and London, July 24, 2017— Morphean and Digital Barriers announce today a new collaboration to offer Digital Barriers’ government-accredited video analytics and facial recognition solutions as an enhanced Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) solution across the Morphean video surveillance platform. This combination will bring a market-leading solution to businesses looking to enhance their control over physical security and business intelligence, whilst reducing costs and IT complexity. Morphean will become the first European-based business intelligence and video management platform provider offering the SmartVis video analytics suite as a VSaaS solution into the commercial sector. "By employing Digital Barriers’ SmartVis analytics, Morphean can rapidly augment safety and security capabilities across our clients’ assets, leveraging the latest in AI analytics, no matter how large the enterprise or how challenging the environment," said Rodrigue Zbinden, Morphean CEO. "This collaboration with Morphean underscores the significant technical lead that SmartVis has over its competition. Morphean’s surveillance and business intelligence platform across large-scale retail unlocks a brand new market for Digital Barriers, one that complements our engagements with defence and law enforcement customers around the world," said Manuel Magalhaes, Vice President, Global Alliances, Digital Barriers. About Morphean SA Morphean, pioneer in the smart video surveillance solutions, is a Swiss high-tech company present in more than 15 countries, offering its solutions to the leaders of the security industry and to major retail chains worldwide. Morphean is regarded as the leader in hosted video monitoring and surveillance platforms. In addition to security, its platform provides organisations with state-of-the-art Business Intelligence tools to monitor trends and improve their business, allowing them to capitalise on their security investment. From basic yet highly secure live monitoring to fully integrated security management and marketing tools of multiple site organisations, we cover the whole process of Video-Monitoring-as-a-Service. hxxp://www.morphean.com
aishah
20/7/2017
23:25
Dgb been on Newsnight tonight going on about facial recognition
johnv
20/7/2017
16:49
Being cynical but the strength into the close would suggest there is good news tomorrow.
daz
19/7/2017
21:46
Thanks Aishah - great piece. Thus surely must be a "must" for security forces globally. Hoping for a positive update soon. Techno
techno20
18/7/2017
10:00
Digital Barriers launches world’s first live facial recognition from body-worn cameras 17 July 2017 Digital Barriers plc (AIM: DGB), has today announced SmartVis Identifier, the world's first live facial recognition system for body worn law enforcement cameras. The integration of the company’s world-class EdgeVis and SmartVis technologies provides defence, security and law enforcement agencies with real-time facial recognition against multiple watch lists and databases. The SmartVis facial recognition technology is already available for standard smartphones and has now been adapted to run live on the company’s body worn cameras designed for frontline law enforcement. Combined with EdgeVis – the world's most effective mobile live streaming solution, already in use with flagship agencies around the world – it makes streaming from body worn devices both operationally and financially viable. “SmartVis facial recognition has been designed to do the job that traditional facial recognition systems cannot; to work in the real world, in real time,” commented Zak Doffman, Digital Barriers CEO. “Never before has frontline policing been offered live facial recognition on the type of everyday body worn cameras now being widely deployed. Customers at the forefront of security and defence have already deployed this technology and describe it as a “game changer”. Until now, body worn devices have been largely limited to record-only, making them useful for evidence management after the fact but doing nothing to promote officer safety. Digital Barriers' solution is different as EdgeVis delivers low latency and low bandwidth streaming, including over-the-air access to device recordings and GPS locational data. Now, the addition of live facial recognition to the solution means that for the first time every interaction, every stop and search, every arrest, can be supported when required by real-time facial recognition. SmartVis Face provides a major leap forward for the capability and practicality of facial recognition within day-to-day policing. The system has been designed to meet the frontline operational requirements of defence, security and law enforcement agencies, as well as the broader security industry. By removing human error from the equation and plugging resourcing gaps, it enables organisations to significantly widen their deployments of facial recognition to enhance security and public safety, with identities confirmed and persons of interest highlighted in real time. In addition to being available alongside EdgeVis on Digital Barriers' body worn devices, SmartVis Identifier will also be made available to selected service providers and camera and device manufacturers under license
aishah
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