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    Defentect Defentect Presentation Transcript

    • Technologies for Homeland Security Overview October 2008
    • Our Mission: Intelligent Threat Awareness: Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Explosive threats (CBRNE). Initial solution is DM3™ system software, the core management, monitoring and messaging to all types of threat sensors; and Defentect’s wide area gamma radiation detectors ( Gammatect™ and Gammatect Plus™). Our growth into additional threat sensors will be through partnering with and acquisition of other technology companies. Copyright © 2008 Defentect Defentect
    • Current Situation
      • The Radiological Threat is expected to present as a “Dirty Bomb.”
        • Dirty Bombs utilize low grade radiological materials commonly found in hospitals, universities and industry.
        • A Dirty Bomb contaminates its target for months, if not years.
        • Defentect mitigates the threat by detecting movement of stored radiological materials and preventing misappropriation.
        • Defentect’s technology is novel, low cost, and readily integrated into the systems of existing security service providers.
      CB R NE – Initial Focus: Radiological Copyright © 2008 Defentect
    • Significant commercial applications are widely available –– medical, academic, agricultural and industrial settings: 6,000 hospitals in the US store thousands of curies of Cesium-137, a component of nuclear medicine. Cesium-137 is widely used in cancer therapy machines , hospital blood sterilizers and elsewhere as a water-soluble powder. Cobalt 60, which can also be used in dirty bombs, is widely used in food irradiation . On 2/21/08, the NRC issued a report stating, “The presence of these sizable sources in areas (hospitals) that are potentially attractive targets (for attack) is a major factor making radioactive cesium chloride such a concern to the committee.” Legal Radiological Sources Copyright © 2008 Defentect
      • “… experts believe that a radiological dispersion device (RDD) or so-called dirty bomb is a weapon capable of inflicting devastating damage on the United States” – Defense Horizons, January 2004
      • Between 1993 and 2004:
        • 650 confirmed cases of illicit trafficking worldwide;
        • 275 incidents involving unauthorized possession and related criminal activities. – International Atomic Energy Agency
      • Dispersing three tablespoons of Cesium-137 in Grand Central Station would take a year of EPA-regulated radiation cleanup before being put back in service.
      • Despite the obvious threat, there is as yet no coordinated system in place for combating misappropriation or misuse of radioactive materials.
      The Threat Copyright © 2008 Defentect
    • The Market
      • Self Storage Facilities – over 50,000 primary locations in the US alone. – Source: Self Storage Association
      • Hospitals – over 1500 primary storage facilities for Radioactive Isotopes. Under new and existing rules from the NRC to monitor and control all isotopes. - NRC Orders of Increased Control )
      • Waste Management Facilities – issues all over the country at over 1000 facilities with proper handling of materials.
      • Local, State and Federal First Responders – Related to transportation, storage and security of radiological sources.
      The Market Copyright © 2008 Defentect
    • Competition Copyright © 2008 Defentect Company Product Functionality Remote Alerting Isotope ID Sensors per Application Splinternet Defentect Ethernet based radiation detection Yes Yes 40,000 ICx Technologies webMATE Ethernet based multi-channel analyzer. Sensors detect CBRNE Yes Yes Unlimited RAE Systems AreaRAE Wireless multi-gas & gamma radiation detector Yes. Up to 2 miles from device No Stand alone sensor or up to 32 if purchase ProRAE software Canberra Falcon 5000 Portable radiation detector. Detects location, amount and isotope Between detector and control unit ONLY Yes Stand alone sensor Thermo Fisher Scientific Viewpoint and standalone gamma sensors Remote monitoring software. Integrates company & 3 rd party sensors with plug in Yes with additional purchase of Viewpoint Depends upon sensor Customizable and scalable Polimatrix Radflash Handheld radiation detector No Yes Stand alone. Sold as part of detection network Berkeley Nuleonics Rad-D, AreaSAM 1710 radRAM Rad-D and 1710 radRAM detect either gamma or neutron. AreaSAM is a direct competitor No AreaSAM only AreaSAM allows up to 100 nodes, each node encompassing multiple detectors
    • Defentect Products
    • Defentect Products Copyright © 2008 Defentect Technology vetted through: Oak Ridge National Labs (report available ) Beta Sites: Transportation and Hospital Product Category Description DM3™ Management, Monitoring & Messaging GammaTect™ Gross Gamma Ray Detector GammaTect-Plus™ Gamma Ray Detector with Isotope Identifier
    • The Defentect Solution Copyright © 2008 Defentect
    • Our Business
      • System Sales via Installers and Integrators (VARs)
        • Epsilon Systems
        • Convergint
        • S2 Asset Protection - Canada
      • Create Alliance Partnerships
        • RMS Technologies
        • Total Recall
        • OnSSi
        • Orsus
        • Others…
      • Provide marketing and RSO sales support.
      • Collect recurring maintenance and upgrade revenues.
      • Provide Professional services and monitoring services.
      Business Model Copyright © 2008 Defentect
    • Sales Illustration Copyright © 2008 Defentect Total 5-Year Margin $190,000 Category Year 1 Subsequent Years Design & Install VAR Supplied VAR Supplied RSO services $25,000 $2,500 Hardware: 20 Gammatect™ 40,000 7,500 2 Gammatect Plus ™ 60,000 10,800 Software: 10,000 1,800 COGS (25,000) 0 Total $110,000 $20,000 x 4 years
    • Sales Pipeline Copyright © 2008 Defentect $000’s Partner Client Opportunity 2008 Revenue 2009 Revenue RMS Technologies Major Mid-Western City up to 400 units 10 750 Convergint Tech AIT Global Logistics 32 locations 20 100 Epsilon Systems San Diego - Various Agencies Hazmat, PD, Sheriff 25 1000 S2AP (Canada) Major Atlantic Port Port Security 0 100 All Native Systems Offutt AFB Security System 200 200
    • Financial Projections 2008-2011 Copyright © 2008 Defentect
    • Pro Forma Financials Copyright © 2008 Defentect $000,000’s 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Revenue .375 2.0 25 50 90 COGS .300 1.3 16.2 32.5 58.5 Overhead 1.30 1.5 2 3.5 6.5 EBITDA (1.25) (.800) 6.8 14 25
    • Investment
    • Investment Thesis Copyright © 2008 Defentect The market is very large $50 billion or more Private as well as public sector demand Our competitive position is strong Patents protect our novel low cost adaptation of existing photosensor products Exclusive commercial relationships with marketing partners We are ready to meet the market Existing service providers are channels to market Existing electronics manufacturers are supply chain partners The market will inevitably evolve in one of two ways Organically (our base case) Catastrophically
    • Defentect Team Copyright © 2008 Defentect Ambassador L. Paul Bremer Chairman, Splinternet Holdings. Recognized leading expert on crisis management, counterterrorism and homeland security. Unique blend of experience in government and the private sector. Service as an American diplomat spanned eight Presidents; and Special Assistant or Executive Assistant to six Secretaries of State. James Ackerly CEO/Founder, Splinternet. Extensive communications technology experience including AMR Corp., AT&T and Cronus Technologies. Williams College, Harvard Business School Frank O’Connor President/Founder, Vidiation (acquired 4/08). 25 years technology business management experience. Joey Dusina VP, Sales. Former NFL player with over 20 years experience selling to Aerospace and Defense industry. Active philanthropist; serves on board of Duke University’s Spencer Foundation. Keith R. Reynolds VP, Business Development. Formerly with IBM and Advanced Fuel Research. 20 years technology business development and strategic planning experience. Southern Illinois University.
    • Offering Copyright © 2008 Defentect
      • $100K Investment:
        • Shares at $0.75
        • Warrants, 2-for-1 at $0.75
        • 100K investment gets you 133,000 shares, 266,000 warrants. Forced redemption at $3.00