Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Simigon LSE:SIM London Ordinary Share IL0010991185 ORD ILS0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 19.50p 18.00p 21.00p 19.50p 19.50p 19.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 4.9 0.2 0.8 26.2 9.89

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01/12/2017
07:34
Cheers BG. I feel the same as Daz - there's a good core business here, but the upside potential given SIM's notable influence in one of the leading geographies of technology in the world brings hope that SIM can indeed grab a slice of what's available. Encouraging to see today's RNS re the beginning of the buyback programme. Even only just over $100,000 of buybacks would probably have a big effect on the share price since liquidity is usually pretty tight.
rivaldo
22/11/2017
13:03
Thanks for posting BG. The growth in VR training is the main reason I'm invested here. If SIM can take even a small part of the projected growth in the article above, the shares will do really well over the next few years.
daz
22/11/2017
12:16
For anyone interested Enterprise Virtual Reality Training Services to Generate US$6.3 billion in 2022 PRESS RELEASE PR Newswire Nov. 21, 2017, 09:00 AM OYSTER BAY, N.Y., Nov. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Virtual Reality Systems are increasingly being tapped by enterprises due to their ability to provide immersive training environments, accurately simulate dangerous situations, and avoid costly travel and equipment-related expenses. In many cases, consumer-centric Virtual Reality (VR) headsets, controllers, and tracking systems can be used with few modifications. ABI Research, a leader in emerging technology intelligence, forecasts that the enterprise VR training market will generate US$216 million in 2018 and grow to US$6.3 billion in 2022. Industries with high-risk working environments such as energy, industrial and manufacturing or construction are the early adopters of enterprise VR training applications. Technician trainings in industries such as the energy sector can be perilous, mainly due to the nature of the job where technicians work on offshore rigs, or in the utility sector where technicians work with power distribution systems. "In heavy industries, VR training prevents risks associated with training hazards such as safety of trainees in the dangerous work place or accidental damage of equipment. It can save time and money for the companies by providing realistic hands on experience to trainees without any work downtime," says Khin Sandi Lynn, industry analyst at ABI Research. Aviation and Maritime are other, more well-known, areas that also use virtual reality training programs for simulated training. Virtual reality can also provide immersive experiences which has an important role in keeping trainees, across all industries, engaged in their training. Companies which deploy VR based training programs have experienced a time savings up to 80%. The effectiveness of VR based training is recognized by retail and marketing businesses, too. "In fact, one of the world's largest retailers, Walmart, has deployed VR technology to train its staff. Walmart is planning to deploy the technology in its 200 training centers by the end of 2017," adds Lynn. Although VR training applications are still at the early stage of deployments, they have strong potential in the entire enterprise training space; tourism, sales and marketing, and athlete training are just some of the segments where VR training applications will expand. ABI Research expects that the enterprise VR training market will grow concurrently with the continued advancements in VR headsets, controllers, motion trackers and associated software applications. ABI Research forecast that enterprise VR training market will grow at CAGR 140% in the next five years to generate $6.3 billion. These findings are from ABI Research's VR in Enterprise Trainingreport. This report is part of the company's Video, VR & OTT research service, which includes research, data, and analyst insights.
brummy_git
17/11/2017
12:00
Riv, it was on the 26th Sep at Beaufort, following the release of the interim's. There wasn't so much said that was new and most of the information was covered in the interim report. There was a summary of the verticals that SIM are targeting, an explanation of the transition to recurring revenues and as mentioned above the investment in R & D As expected, there were several questions about the reasons for the delays in the Israeli contract and a number on how the buy back would work - which was as a buyer of last resort.
daz
17/11/2017
09:45
Cheers Daz. If you don't mind, when and where was the recent presentation, and could you expand on what was said at all?
rivaldo
17/11/2017
08:22
Yes, that is a monkey off the back for SIM. At a recent presentation, the company did say they had been investing in their products and that they were very confident about the long term future and urged investots to be patient. Unfortunately they didn't say so much about the short term, so it would appear that 2017 is a time of treading water.
daz
17/11/2017
07:19
Excellent news - $2m contract win now authorised and ready to deliver revenues including some for this year: Http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/SIM/13434953.html I particularly like this comment: "This contract, in the maintenance training domain, is a new, lucrative vertical for SimiGon and will provide us with the experience and credentials to leverage for similar new business opportunities in other regions and other sectors."
rivaldo
08/11/2017
12:21
Given the Company’s significant liquid cash balance of $8.14 million as at 31 December 2016, and following approval by shareholders at the Annual General Meeting on 8 September 2017, the Board intends to put in place an irrevocable, non-discretionary programme for the repurchase of its ordinary shares. The Company intends to commence the buyback programme in the near future and will make a further announcement at this time. About time they started then at these levels...
ohisay
04/9/2017
06:22
Encouraging news today re the move into civil aviation - small in financial terms, but large in importance. Particularly as it's with the US FAA. This is another prestigious win for SIM. I assume that "Unmanned Aircraft Systems" refers to drones. This is a high-growth area which will only get bigger and bigger: Http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/SIM/13350012.html Extract: "SimiGon President and CEO, Ami Vizer, said: "The selection of SimiGon technology as an R&D platform by the FAA is extremely significant and points to our evolution in the training industry, from military aviation to civilian markets and civilian UAS. This underlines the strength of the SIMbox ecosystem that we have developed and its capability to support so many domains. We are excited to work directly with the FAA to support advanced UAS R&D for the US Government. This contract win in the UAS arena is significant as the FAA completed extensive due diligence in researching SIMbox as the baseline software for its advanced UAS Research Simulator. We expect this Agreement to generate further opportunities with the FAA and other Government and Civilian customers in the future."
rivaldo
14/8/2017
08:55
Given Paul Hill now has over 3% lets hope he can galvanise the Board into improving their Investor Relations, I am hoping that given his investment he believes things are about to move in the not too distant future!
dgwinterbottom
08/8/2017
09:23
interesting rise today with a couple of sizeable buys - 140k
dgwinterbottom
04/8/2017
11:31
Do ya think the company would loan us shareholders one of its simulators for the AGM? That way we could virtually fly to the AGM in America without the usual associated expense?
mach100
04/8/2017
10:58
AGM on 8 Sept., in the USA as usual. There is the facility to attend by conference call. I doubt I will, but if anyone here does I shall be interested to read any feedback.
gnnmartin
02/8/2017
14:35
RNS - it seems we have a new major shareholder. Paul Hill has above 3%, or 1.596m shares (so around £300,000): Https://www.investegate.co.uk/simigon-limited--sim-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201708021435129274M/ I'm willing to bet it's this guy - let's hope he is indeed an "extremely shrewd stock-picker" :o)) Http://moneyweek.com/author/paul-hill/ "Paul Hill Biography Paul gained a degree in electrical engineering and went on to qualify as a chartered management accountant. He has extensive corporate finance and investment experience and is a member of the Securities Institute. Over the past 16 years Paul has held top-level financial management and M&A roles for blue-chip companies such as O2, GKN and Unilever. He is now director of his own capital investment and consultancy firm, PMH Capital Limited. Paul is an expert at analysing companies in new, fast-growing markets, and is an extremely shrewd stock-picker."
rivaldo
31/7/2017
10:19
PJ1, with a 12p-13p per share cash pile - plus a big excess of trade receivables over payables at the last year end - the downside is almost wholly protected given that (historically anyway!) SIM has been nicely and consistently profitable. The share price stability is therefore more a function of how it was undervalued some time ago than what's happened since. There's a decent additional core value for the business itself, and if they can deliver a small proportion of what's being promised, without any more banana skins, then the upside remains extremely good relative to the downside.
rivaldo
31/7/2017
09:18
It would appear its all down to Israeli AF payment for training equipment currently in process, so possibly just govt departments dragging their feet. If this comes good hopefully it should provide a better year end result than the last couple of years!
dgwinterbottom
31/7/2017
09:10
Although it is always difficult to say with any certainty, I suspect even after Friday's profit warning, the stock is still significantly undervalued. But hey, that's my simple view... I'm not an expert
brummy_git
31/7/2017
08:58
At 2016 HY Results in September the share price closed at 20.5p. 2 Profit warnings later and the share price is at 19.5p. It's quite incredible how it has held up.
pj 1
31/7/2017
08:53
Speaking with CEO again tomorrow.Pleased with that quick response given last week's news.
hastings
28/7/2017
07:02
finncap redraws their forecasts and price target after "very disappointing H1 trading update"
brummy_git
28/7/2017
06:55
Yes hardly good and just a touch miffed after speaking with them as recently as last month but hey ho not a big position so concur with rivaldo.
hastings
28/7/2017
06:48
Yes, it would also seem that the move into commercial markets is not going as well as planned either, they still seem to be dependent on the big contracts.
daz
28/7/2017
06:36
Not surprised by this mornings (Friday) news. Lots to look forward too but like I've said before these continuing contract issues make these uninvestable. Better stocks out there IMV but GLAH.
battlebus2
28/7/2017
06:29
So...medium/long-term looks great. Short-term...not so great: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/simigon-limited--sim-/rns/trading-update/201707280700063688M/ The $8m+ cash pile alone equates to 12p-13p of cash per share. But I suppose we can expect a sizeable initial markdown given the H1 loss and the uncertainty re H2. If SIM come through in H2 with the contracts mentioned etc then this will be an opportunity, Until then it's a waiting game for patient investors....
rivaldo
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