Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ubisense LSE:UBI London Ordinary Share GB00B3NCXX73 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 41.50p 40.00p 43.00p 41.50p 41.50p 41.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 26.5 -6.4 -10.4 - 23.18

Ubisense Share Discussion Threads

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16/5/2017
22:11
Anyone attend the AGM today? Cheers Dibbs
dibbs
26/4/2017
10:03
Having done more looking into demands UBI can service I am convinced there are multiple suitors and that a £50M market cap is very, very realistic and in relatively short order. Likes of Bosch, Siemens, GE, Honeywell and others are good matches to RTLS and SmartFactory/Space. The other side could even split off. I don't know why there isn't more interest yet. Guess others will join once the price has risen.
p1nkfish
15/4/2017
00:37
13.12M shares in the < 3% category currently out of about 55.88M shares. Kestrel total now at 28.48%. Living Bridge is probably the weakest link at 3.88%, 2,169,682 shares.
p1nkfish
07/4/2017
10:52
Good luck with whatever it is.
p1nkfish
07/4/2017
08:35
I sold out recently to rotate money elsewhere. No complaints since uplift was 50%+
aishah
07/4/2017
07:46
The tone is very positive and indicative of a real sea change. Annual report now out has: excellent - 5 times problem(s) - zero times improv as the root - 30 times (not all related to the business directly, but an idication), improve - 11 times challeng(e, es, ing) - 7 times and often related to what faces customers, only once to Ubisense in the past tense for 2016 and related to staff solution - 13 times, mainly related to what the company offers solution + solutions - 40 times Increas (as the root) - about 40 times and vasty majority in a very positive tone related to business performance risk - about 75 mentions!!
p1nkfish
29/3/2017
13:20
Look at Industry 4.0 and the potentially linch-pin role Ubisense can play. Kestrels experience (via KBC) in plant management/optimisation through software makes their attention to Ubi extra meaningful to me. Profitability will come, interested to know the impact of the debt collection January 2017.
p1nkfish
29/3/2017
10:20
Very similar pattern to its stance at KBC Advanced Technologies which reaped big gains for Kestrel.Difference is, KBC was profitable.
hastings
29/3/2017
10:17
I think its worth having a few if you can around 45p - especially if its Living Bridge tidying up for tax, or similar.
p1nkfish
29/3/2017
10:16
Might be tax loss selling out of the way by end of next week?
p1nkfish
29/3/2017
10:15
Kestrel have a man on the inside and the buys keep coming. Interesting. Another 100K.
p1nkfish
27/3/2017
07:54
If Living Bridge are clearing out they have about another 2.5M to get rid of. A limit will soon arrive where Kestral can take no more on board. At that point it will be interesting to see if the price weakens as the results will be in the rear view, a seller active and the primary buyer not able to take up the slack. Today - Kesteral and related parties have: "15,815,493 Shares in the Company, which represents approximately 28.30% per cent of the Company's issued share capital." In effect up to another 1.7% for Kestral and parties - 950K approx. - and they have to make a bid. I think there could be an overhang for a while longer barring some news that encourages a big new demand for shares.
p1nkfish
23/3/2017
20:22
SIGNIFICANT is important and note DEBTOR. Now, is a debtor collection a normal income or an income that was delinquent? Anyone know?
p1nkfish
23/3/2017
20:20
There is a real incentive to get to 70p for bonuses. Now net cash as of 31st Dec 2016 and, not in the last results, is the impact of the further cash increase in Jan 2017 mentioned in the trading update below. Emphasis mine. "The Company expects to report a net cash positive position as at 31 December 2016, which has IMPROVED IN JANUARY through SIGNIFICANT DEBTOR COLLECTIONS, and is in compliance with the banking covenants on its new HSBC facility."
p1nkfish
23/3/2017
15:47
Someone's soaking up stock here.
aishah
22/3/2017
07:44
Kestrel buying again.
hastings
21/3/2017
19:22
hew, not a vast amount of free float so long as Living Bridge don't look to sell down further.
p1nkfish
21/3/2017
17:46
Pinkfish, thank you. Sounds a sensible policy in recovery mode, which the Results do make clear. It was a recovery buy for me. I'll hope to see positive news flow on their site, then! Total sells less than £20K worth and the little rise remained, so indeed most holders would seem happy to continue.
hew
21/3/2017
16:29
hew, they have had their fingers burnt by over-reaching in the past, expanding too fast and some of the headlines were very heady. Stuff like "Ubisense tipped to rocket". Somehow I doubt they want to promote anything heavily but rather let future results speak for themselves. Today was more or less what I would have expected but they didn't really elucidate on the January comments in the Trading Update. Could be they are saving that for the half year. No sell-off on the results which is good. Just need to wait and see if patient money is watching and decides to take a stake. RTLS, Geospatial, Industry 4.0, IoT and SmartFactory are the places to be and Ubi have excellent exposure there. Takes time to shake off the past.
p1nkfish
21/3/2017
15:08
New to following the Co. after buying a few on the Trading Update so good to see the quiet confidence shown by the Results. (Still to take a fuller look at the numbers.) Nice that the share price has popped up a little so I was surprised that the three small deals so far appear to be sells. It seems they put contract and trading information on the website quite often but rarely via RNS, so people not yet interested don't get to see it. Wonder if that will change under the new management. Glad to hear comments from longer term holders.
hew
21/3/2017
11:07
Yes, looking better and healthier. Techmarketview: Ubisense starts making sense It’s of course too early to tell if Richard Petti, the new CEO at Cambridge-based ‘Enterprise Location Intelligence’ systems supplier, Ubisense, can really get the company back on track as he only joined in December (see Ubisense locates new CEO). But the ‘slash and burn’ undertaken by executive chairman Peter Harveson after the ousting of founding CEO Richard Green in May last year (see Ubisense CEO senses it’s time to go – at last!) has at least given Petti a far better situation to start from. Revenues are now back on the rise, up 21% to £26.5m in 2016, though still way below 2014’s £35m. Net losses have narrowed considerably from £16.6m to £5.3m, while a £9.2m gross operating cash burn in 2015 turned into a £0.3m cash enrichment, though net operating cash flow remains outbound, to the tune of £2m. Harveson will cede executive powers during first half, but noted that they expect revenue and margin attrition as some legacy contracts reach term. However, he hopes the new focus on their software platform will help mitigate the decline. As I have been saying every year since its IPO nearly six years ago, Ubisense really should be, quite literally, ‘right place, right time’. Let’s hope Petti can get it there.
aishah
21/3/2017
08:10
Quiet, good. Still in recovery but on track and reads that some lessons have been learnt. Foundations laid. Not a bad entry point for anyone not already fully invested. Cost under control, margins managed and looking to push upwards, revenue grew. Products in software, hardware, services, maintenance. A lot to go for in future and no major global OEM auto manufacturer commits to a flaky outfit. Ubisense have achieved that commitment.
p1nkfish
21/3/2017
08:06
Reads more or less as expected. Net cash as of 31/12/16 but the statement is largely backward looking and see no mention of the text below from the Trading Update. "The Company expects to report a net cash positive position as at 31 December 2016, which has improved in January through significant debtor collections, and is in compliance with the banking covenants on its new HSBC facility." Therefore the current position 3 months into the 1st Qtr of 2017 is likely better still. "Excellent" used 4 times in the text - interesting. They are however not relaxing on cost control - GOOD NEWS. They will not get carried away like last time. "The market opportunity for the Company is excellent, with both our software platforms demonstrating measurable return on investment for our customers. However, the Company is in a recovery phase and we continue to be prudent in managing our operating costs in line with the near term revenue opportunity."
p1nkfish
17/3/2017
10:26
Indeed. Hoping for a strong update next week.
aishah
16/3/2017
17:06
From last trading update 27/01/2017 : The Company showed continued good progress in terms of revenue growth, margins, cost management and order book, all of which are significantly better than those achieved in 2015. Richard Petti, CEO, said: "Ubisense starts 2017 with a strong order book and good momentum.
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