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Srt Marine Systems Plc LSE:SRT London Ordinary Share GB00B0M8KM36 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.25 4.07% 32.00 31.00 33.00 32.00 30.75 30.75 163,752 15:40:38
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20/5/2021
17:13
Just for La V - A primer on the Doppler shift. Not sure what SRT would be observing but it could be the sound of the vessel or the wave movements it generates. I guess any radio waves (other than AIS which I assume might be turned off) would be measurable too. That's the limit of my very limited understanding of this. hTTps://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/waves/Lesson-3/The-Doppler-Effect
alter ego
20/5/2021
09:25
IIRC the reason we didn't proceed with the satellite idea was because lots of other companies were doing it. SRTs plan was to piggy back off those for the data. We buy in the data, aggregate it and sell it on at a profit to the end user. So our end users are paying "data subscriptions" to us but we are buying in a lot of the additional data, specifically the satellite data from people with the satellite network. This was always going to be the case if you don't have your own network. Geovis becomes the aggregation device for multiple data sources, AIS being the main one. Via ground station or satellite.
kinbasket
20/5/2021
09:16
But SRT's USP is that the client owns the data not SRT. This gives clients the confidence to allow SRT to operate their systems. I doubt SRT would be interested in selling data they have gathered on behalf of a client to anyone else as it would destroy the trust the existing arrangement creates. There's plenty of data sources out there. It's how it is used that creates a business proposition. SRT have spent years developing a very sophisticated set of analysis and display tools. Not easy for a relative newcomer to replicate.
alter ego
20/5/2021
09:08
I tend to agree-but I doubt we will want to buy data.I would have thought we should be selling it
pinkfoot2
20/5/2021
08:44
pinkfoot2. presume you are referring to SRT toying with the idea of owning their own satellites. That's just about collecting data. It's what you do with it once you have it that counts. In this case have Horizon got the equivalent of Geovs to handle and display all the relevant things authorities need?
alter ego
20/5/2021
08:34
I’m not so sure-we we’re going this route a while ago?
pinkfoot2
20/5/2021
07:25
Horizon looks more complimentary to me if anything. It looks like they will be collecting data and selling it to end users. So Govs, corps, etc are just buying data. SRT would probably be a customer with the data being integrated if the end user requires it. It's all good for the MDA market IMHO which is good for SRT.
kinbasket
19/5/2021
22:28
hTTp://www.privateequitywire.co.uk/2021/05/19/300535/maven-capital-partners-leads-investment-horizon-technologies
bcfc22
19/5/2021
21:58
Just picked up this-is this competition? hxxp://www.privateequitywire.co.uk/2021/05/19/300535/maven-capital-partners-leads-investment-horizon-technologies
pinkfoot2
19/5/2021
13:24
pinkfoot -"it’s very difficult to jump for fear of missing out!" I know the feeling! However, it's been a safe bet (so far) that after every spike up there will be a trough ... and that another spike will follow. I don't generally trade shares but, by regularly re-weighting my holding to a specific %age on the spikes and troughs, it has netted me a notional £41k over many years (calculated at current sp) and the consequent net cost of my holding is a whisker under 10p/share. One day I hope (for all our sakes) that we will hold a rise that subsequently goes exponential and doesn't give the chance of cheap refill! That could become the first reweighting that I had reason to regret!
boadicea
09/5/2021
17:38
And it raised £4 million at 35p on admission. No pain, no gain I suppose.
lavalmy
09/5/2021
16:54
I was being flippant-ST underscored the last disappointment by referring to future dividends and boy did the shareholders take the bait.
pinkfoot2
09/5/2021
15:40
PF2 - let’s have some consistent sales first, eh?
philburt
09/5/2021
15:37
The company floated in 2005-16 years ago. Let’s see some dividends!
pinkfoot2
09/5/2021
15:08
What seems to be clear is continued scepticism from the long term holders and non-holders as the boy has cried wolf too often. Should the mythical contract land in the next few months, we can at least expect a catapulting share price on the basis that many are offside that expectation!
bones
09/5/2021
13:16
Problem is so many stakeholders have bought the story that it’s very difficult to jump for fear of missing out!
pinkfoot2
09/5/2021
12:48
Tucker has been saying the same drivel for ten years or more.Keeps saying market leader, best products, trouble is,...there is no market, or a very small. Without these big projects there is no profitable business, and so far bar one, there are no projects either. Sorry but VSP is a load of carp! I know someone who started an Amazon online shop.They have a VSP of billions but they won't get it will they?
hjb1
09/5/2021
12:32
SN, this is true but if the company is putting it out there that no less than FIVE of the customers are indicating imminent agreement, for all of them to be playing loose with their supplier and perhaps their countryfolks seems to stretch credibility. Were that to be the case, SRT has a bad judgement level or is not coming clean with its shareholders about its customers’ need for its product. For my part, I read the statement as meaning it is highly likely we see at least one of these signed by 30/9/21 and it should be more. Once one is signed, there could be a domino effect as other customers read confidence into this signing.
bones
09/5/2021
12:15
The problem is that no matter how much you trust ST, you really can't count on the customers...
supernumerary
09/5/2021
11:48
Given the history of delays at SRT, there may be a credibility gap already in existence but, based upon the recent trading update, the next six months will determine whether its management reputation will be in complete tatters. I cite the following three extracts: ”...Following a review of detailed information on the pending new system contracts the renewal of this facility was agreed by the bank in March 2021...” ”...based upon customer guidance, we expect three of the Asian opportunities and one of the Middle East opportunities, with an aggregate value of approximately GBP71 million to commence during the first half, a further one in Asia worth approximately GBP14 million at the beginning of the second half...” ”...We are now able to pre-build and configure many of the system modules in the UK and ship to in country partners who can be supported remotely and with less on site SRT resource application to install and commission the systems. This will facilitate multiple project implementation scale up...” There is a lot riding on the next six months given that the company has flagged no less than four contracts for before October and one more soon after. The bank also seems to have been placated on this expectation and the company has puffed up that its new procedures will be able to handle “multiple̶1; project scale ups. As these projections were given only a month ago, to have nothing by the end of H1 (30/9/21) will look really silly.
bones
09/5/2021
10:14
The problem with SRT's services is that the service can tell you boats that shouldnt be there are there. But then what ? China will just completely ignore the 1 destroyer Philippines navy. It ignores Brunei, Vietnam, etc etc. Not sure how anyone can react meaningfully.Btw, i seem to recall it isn't 1 year since these contracts were imminent. It is over 2 years. Well before covid.
fft
09/5/2021
09:03
It's that time of year again at SRT : we're 6 weeks away from the end of calendar H1....and once again I find myself wondering whether we're actually going to get something across the line. In theory, with 6 contracts reportedly 'almost at signature stage' - as I understood it, pls correct if wrong - in the last presentation + with Ramadan now over, something must be 'imminent', surely ? The need for SRT's services, whether it be in the Arabian Gulf, the South China Sea or off the Galapagos seems greater than ever.....even Jersey may be interested !
extrader
08/5/2021
12:13
A link to #10784 Philippines risks crisis as ships told to IGNORE Beijing – South China Sea holds breath [...] Edited: - sorry both links I posted were '[...]' by advfn
piedro
08/5/2021
12:09
Satellite Startup Tracks Ships' Radars and Radios From Space hTTps://www.maritime-executive.com/article/satellite-startup-tracks-ships-radars-and-radios-from-space
piedro
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