“RE-ENERGIZE AMERICAS”      CONFERENCE      18 OCTOBER 2012        Robert H. Brumley     Senior Managing Director     Pega...
PEGASUS GLOBAL HOLDINGSThis presentation has been prepared by Pegasus Global Holdings (“the Company”) for the exclusive us...
BUSINESS OVERVIEW•   Founded in 2002, Privately-held, Family business; Veteran-owned;•   US (Washington, DC; Reston, Lynch...
COMPANY ORGANIZATIONAL CHART                             PEGASUS GLOBAL HOLDINGS     PEGASUS            PEGASUS           ...
OUR BUSINESS MODEL SIMPLIFIED            SECURE CLIENT REQUIREMENT               KEY BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS              S...
CITE CONCEPTCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
THE CENTER FOR INNOVATION, TESTING AND EVALUATION [CITE]        •         A self sustaining, fully integrated, cross-disci...
THE PURPOSE OF CITE               To enable and facilitate pre-product testing, evaluation and commercialization          ...
Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
WHY CITE?Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
THE CONTEXT OF TESTING + EVALUATION        •       The divide that spans the transition of federally-funded research and s...
CITE AS A MAGNET FOR INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT        •       CITE would be the World‟s first proving ground of ...
THE CITE ADVANTAGE        •       CITE is a physical place, outside the perfection, and singularity of focus, or purpose o...
WHY NEW MEXICO?Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITE AND THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO        August 16, 2011, Memorandum of Understanding signed between Pegasus Global Holding...
RANGE OF                            RESEARCH CAPABILITESCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITE’S RESEARCH CAPABILITIES                        Intelligent Transportation     Advanced telecommunications            ...
CUSTOMER SEGMENTSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
THE MASTER PLAN                                                   CITE AS A LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
LAND ORDINANCE OF 1785 – PUBLIC LAND SURVEY SYSTEM (PLSS)Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITE ORGANIZATION - THE GRIDCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITE ORGANIZATION – CITE RELATIONSHIPSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITE ORGANIZATION – CITE INFRASTRUCTURECenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITE ORGANIZATION – CITE LABSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITE X-RAYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
BACKBONE - SYSTEMSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
BACKBONE - HUBCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
RESEARCH CAMPUSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
FIELD LABSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITY LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
SECURITYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
THE COMPONENTSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
RESEARCH CAMPUSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
RESEARCH CAMPUSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
RESEARCH CAMPUSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
COLLABORATIVE SPACESCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
BACKBONECenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITE X-RAYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
NETWORKS OPERATION CENTERCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
UTILITIESCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
ENERGY SYSTEM OPTIONSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
WATER SYSTEM OPTIONSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
FIELD LABSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
ORGANIZING RESEARCH       THE SITE                                RESEARCH ACTIVITY NODES                                 ...
CITY LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITY LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
HISTORY OF THE CITYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF THE CITYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITY LAB - DOWNTOWNCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITY LAB - INDUSTRIALCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITY LAB – STREETCAR SUBURBSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITY LAB – POST WORLD WAR II SUBURBSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITY LAB – MICROPOLITAN DOWNTOWNCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITY LAB – EXURBAN SUBURBSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITY LAB - RURALCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITY LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CITY LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
MARKET OPPORTUNITYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
THE CHALLENGES OF COMMERCIALIZING RESEARCH + DEVELOPMENT        •      In 2011, the Federal government spent ~$144B on R&D...
CUSTOMER SEGMENTSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
RANGE OF CUSTOMER TESTING USE CASES         INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION                 ALTERNATIVE ENERGY               FI...
2011 TARGET MARKET COMPARISONSource: CSMG     Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
FINDING THE TARGET MARKETSource: CSMG     Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
TARGET SPEND ON TESTING + EVALUATION                              $62                               BILLIONSource: CSMG   ...
CUSTOMER SEGMENT 06 - RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION          15MW CORE Power                        135 Tgal Water                ...
REVENUE STREAMSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
FOUR REVENUE STREAMS        TESTING + USER FEES                            RESOURCE PRODUCTION          • Fees for use of ...
REVENUE STREAM DISTRIBUTIONCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
REVENUE FORECASTCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
CHANGING THE FUTURE OFTESTING AND EVALUATION
2012 Reenergize the Americas Morning Speaker: Robert Brumley
2012 Reenergize the Americas Morning Speaker: Robert Brumley
2012 Reenergize the Americas Morning Speaker: Robert Brumley
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  1. 1. “RE-ENERGIZE AMERICAS” CONFERENCE 18 OCTOBER 2012 Robert H. Brumley Senior Managing Director Pegasus Global Holdings
  2. 2. PEGASUS GLOBAL HOLDINGSThis presentation has been prepared by Pegasus Global Holdings (“the Company”) for the exclusive use ofqualified, interested parties using information from publicly available sources and internal documents.This presentation may contain estimates and/or projections as to events that may occur in the future(including projections of revenue, expense, profit and stock performance). Such estimates and projectionsare based upon the best judgment of the Company using the Company information and other publiclyavailable information as of the date of the presentation. There is no guarantee that any of these estimates orprojections will be achieved. Actual results will vary from the projections and such variations may bematerial. Nothing contained herein is, or shall be relied upon as, a promise or representation as to the past orfuture. The Company expressly disclaims any and all liability relating to or resulting from the use of thispresentationThis presentation has been prepared solely for informational purposes and is not to be construed as asolicitation or an offer to buy or sell securities or related financial instruments. The Recipient should notconstrue the contents of this presentation as legal, tax, accounting or investment advice. The Recipientshould consult its own counsel, tax and financial advisors as to legal and related matters concerning anytransaction described herein. This presentation does not purport to be all-inclusive or to contain all of theinformation that the Recipient may require. No investment, divestment or other financial decisions or actionsshould be based solely on the information in this presentation.
  3. 3. BUSINESS OVERVIEW• Founded in 2002, Privately-held, Family business; Veteran-owned;• US (Washington, DC; Reston, Lynchburg Virginia; Albuquerque, NM) - International ( London, UK; Ottawa, Canada; Singapore);• Operates as portfolio holding company with multiple discrete business focus;• Highly qualified management team comprised of Managing Directors overseeing specific areas of business [LOB’s]; Unique Advisory Board Members in the US & UK which compliment the LOB’s;• Experienced in large, capital-intensive infrastructure projects, e.g. aerospace, telecommunications; Specialized in identifying, commercializing and financing early-stage technology;• Deep sector expertise in product development for security, defense, communications, aerospace and energy; security clearances; DCMA-certified facility; DCAA / NAVSEA approved prime contractor;• Highly valuable IP portfolio; established methodology & practice in sourcing pre-production IP from national laboratories, universities, private firms – domestically & globally – toward “commercializing” government technologies, and “militarizing” commercial technologies: COTS-to-MCOTS
  4. 4. COMPANY ORGANIZATIONAL CHART PEGASUS GLOBAL HOLDINGS PEGASUS PEGASUS PEGASUS PERSEUS GLOBAL, LTD AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY+ GLOBAL STRATEGIC (UK REGISTERED) INNOVATION SOLUTIONS (VIRGINIA LLC) STAR STRUCK CITE DEVELOPMENT CONSORTIUM PROMETHEUS (SPV) (NEW MEXICO LLC) WITH NEW MEXICO (SPV) TECH AND PLAYAS (SPV) STAR BEAM (SPV)
  5. 5. OUR BUSINESS MODEL SIMPLIFIED SECURE CLIENT REQUIREMENT KEY BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS SOURCE AND IDENTIFY IP LICENSE IP / SECURE A FRANCHISE PRODUCTIZE IP / DEMONSTRATE & COMPLETE CONTRACTFORM SPV AROUND NEW RE-SELL RIGHTS TO THEPRODUCT AND ESTABLISH FINISHED PRODUCT ANDA STANDALONE BUSINESS IP TO 3RD PARTY
  6. 6. CITE CONCEPTCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  7. 7. THE CENTER FOR INNOVATION, TESTING AND EVALUATION [CITE] • A self sustaining, fully integrated, cross-disciplinary, test, evaluation and certification facility • Privately-financed, privately-operated, privately-owned • Open to all users – public, private, domestic & international – with special consideration given to qualifying small firms and innovators • Agnostic to forms of testing, except destructive • To be located in New MexicoCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  8. 8. THE PURPOSE OF CITE To enable and facilitate pre-product testing, evaluation and commercialization of new and emerging technologies, arising from the federal laboratories, universities, and private sector A full scale, integrated infrastructure to serve as a “one-of-a-kind” proving ground and a valuable and necessary step in the commercialization of new technologiesCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  9. 9. Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  10. 10. WHY CITE?Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  11. 11. THE CONTEXT OF TESTING + EVALUATION • The divide that spans the transition of federally-funded research and successful commercialization known as The Valley of Death • CITE will provide a much needed full-scale test and evaluation venue to support the commercialization and certification of technologies and innovations from America‟s national laboratories, universities and private industry • These innovations, if brought forward to the point of manufacturing – across The Valley of Death - represent a potential for numerous new sustainable high-value jobs • The best and brightest ideas, including those already funded by tax-payer dollars at the labs and universities, can be demonstrated BY the federal laboratories FOR interested innovators, investors – resulting in a more effective market place for transfer. CITE will serve as that marketplace.Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  12. 12. CITE AS A MAGNET FOR INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT • CITE would be the World‟s first proving ground of its kind of such scale and scope • Inquiries have already been received from Saudi Arabia [King Abdullah’s Smart City Complex]; Portugal [Living PlanIT]; Korea, Australia, and Turkey • Vision of CITE as a “center of gravity” for technology development, demonstration and investment rivaling Silicon Valley and the DC - Boston corridor • Innovators establish themselves nearest the point of technology development and manufacturers and service industries soon follow • An estimated 350 new jobs would be created and 3500 jobs would be synergized • CITE, as a privately-owned and operated facility, would be open to all and would permit the testing of ALL aspects of technology • Researchers, innovators, product sellers, and investors will look to CITE as a pre-marketing gateway to the American marketplace, and gravitate to its location – New MexicoCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  13. 13. THE CITE ADVANTAGE • CITE is a physical place, outside the perfection, and singularity of focus, or purpose of a specific laboratory, or research facility • The City Lab will be a unique full-scale model community can provide a test venue that is essential for testing new technologies and moving innovation into the next century • Permits researchers, innovators, investors and policymakers to actually experience and evaluate the performance of their technologies – pre-market, pre-commercialization – and also better understand their unanticipated impact – positive or negative - on our economy, lifestyles and security • Technical data from individual projects can be collected, monitored, evaluated, and demonstrated „On-Cite‟ via the BackboneCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  14. 14. WHY NEW MEXICO?Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  15. 15. CITE AND THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO August 16, 2011, Memorandum of Understanding signed between Pegasus Global Holdings [“Pegasus”] and the State of New Mexico through its Department of Economic Development [“NMEDD”] entered into a Memorandum Of Understanding. MOU Key Terms: • To promote and facilitate the design, development and location of CITE in the State of New Mexico; • To establish a Board of Advisors to be drawn from the federal laboratories, major universities, and private sector within the State of New Mexico the purpose of which is to offer advice and guidance to Pegasus on the development, design, operation and location of CITE; and • To ensure no circumvention of Pegasus as the originator and developer of CITE by any third party by the direct or indirect action or encouragement by the NMEDD.Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  16. 16. RANGE OF RESEARCH CAPABILITESCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  17. 17. CITE’S RESEARCH CAPABILITIES Intelligent Transportation Advanced telecommunications Systems (ITS) and wireless Energy production, including Physical security green energy Water desalination Cyber security Smart gridCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  18. 18. CUSTOMER SEGMENTSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  19. 19. THE MASTER PLAN CITE AS A LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  20. 20. LAND ORDINANCE OF 1785 – PUBLIC LAND SURVEY SYSTEM (PLSS)Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  21. 21. CITE ORGANIZATION - THE GRIDCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  22. 22. CITE ORGANIZATION – CITE RELATIONSHIPSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  23. 23. CITE ORGANIZATION – CITE INFRASTRUCTURECenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  24. 24. CITE ORGANIZATION – CITE LABSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  25. 25. CITE X-RAYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  26. 26. BACKBONE - SYSTEMSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  27. 27. BACKBONE - HUBCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  28. 28. RESEARCH CAMPUSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  29. 29. FIELD LABSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  30. 30. CITY LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  31. 31. SECURITYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  32. 32. THE COMPONENTSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  33. 33. RESEARCH CAMPUSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  34. 34. RESEARCH CAMPUSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  35. 35. RESEARCH CAMPUSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  36. 36. COLLABORATIVE SPACESCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  37. 37. BACKBONECenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  38. 38. CITE X-RAYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  39. 39. NETWORKS OPERATION CENTERCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  40. 40. UTILITIESCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  41. 41. ENERGY SYSTEM OPTIONSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  42. 42. WATER SYSTEM OPTIONSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  43. 43. COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  44. 44. FIELD LABSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  45. 45. ORGANIZING RESEARCH THE SITE RESEARCH ACTIVITY NODES FIELD LAB DISTRICTSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  46. 46. CITY LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  47. 47. CITY LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  48. 48. HISTORY OF THE CITYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  49. 49. SPATIAL ORGANIZATION OF THE CITYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  50. 50. CITY LAB - DOWNTOWNCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  51. 51. CITY LAB - INDUSTRIALCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  52. 52. CITY LAB – STREETCAR SUBURBSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  53. 53. CITY LAB – POST WORLD WAR II SUBURBSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  54. 54. CITY LAB – MICROPOLITAN DOWNTOWNCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  55. 55. CITY LAB – EXURBAN SUBURBSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  56. 56. CITY LAB - RURALCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  57. 57. CITY LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  58. 58. CITY LABCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  59. 59. MARKET OPPORTUNITYCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  60. 60. THE CHALLENGES OF COMMERCIALIZING RESEARCH + DEVELOPMENT • In 2011, the Federal government spent ~$144B on R&D funding research, of which ~$64B went to non-defense R&D and ~$80B went to national defense R&D1 • In spite of continued spending on R&D initiatives, commercialization of innovative ideas remains challenging • Research institutions have come under increasing pressure to demonstrate productive use of R&D funding - In October 2011, President Obama directed accelerated technology transfer and commercialization of federal research2 • In 2009 only $2.3B in licensing revenue was generated by $53.5B in sponsored research to 181 universities and hospital research labs3 - Federal agencies and FFRDCs are under increasing pressure by executive leadership to produce outputs more efficiently • Over the past 10 years, R&D spending from commercial and international sources has increased relative to the Federal government - Political and economic factors could limit available research funding • It is believed that accelerated commercialization of government-funded R&D would create jobs and stimulate economic growth while addressing issues of public concern and improve overall living standardsCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  61. 61. CUSTOMER SEGMENTSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  62. 62. RANGE OF CUSTOMER TESTING USE CASES INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVE ENERGY FILM PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Geothermal production On-site film production Automated public transportation Solar deployment methods Site development Automated stoplights / signage / signaling Wind efficiency testing Driverless cars Nuclear COMMUNICATIONS TECH Road sensing technology Agriculture methods RF propagation testing Carbon capture & sequestration TESTING + SIMULATION Spectral efficiency testing TECHNOLOGIES Network virtualization Back-up generators UTILITY APPLICATIONS Infrastructure upgrades Disaster response/command and Water purification systems control Waste disposal methods SMART GRID TECHNOLOGIES Police/Fire equipment Energy management systems Non-lethal weapons testing CYBER SECURITYSource: CSMG Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  63. 63. 2011 TARGET MARKET COMPARISONSource: CSMG Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  64. 64. FINDING THE TARGET MARKETSource: CSMG Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  65. 65. TARGET SPEND ON TESTING + EVALUATION $62 BILLIONSource: CSMG Center of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  66. 66. CUSTOMER SEGMENT 06 - RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION 15MW CORE Power 135 Tgal Water 25,000 SF Generation Facility Desalination Facility Tier III Data Center + + Facility 85 MW 450M gal/year Global Carrier Hotel Alternative Power Purification and POP Redistribution of BOLT_ON’s Water Geothermal, wind, Solar PLANNED RESOURCES • Preliminary plans for CITE include a natural gas power plant, a water plant (desalination or purification, and a data center • Other resource production facilities “BOLT-ON’s - may be developed at CITE in the future by clients, potentially including solar power generation and geothermal power generationCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  67. 67. REVENUE STREAMSCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  68. 68. FOUR REVENUE STREAMS TESTING + USER FEES RESOURCE PRODUCTION • Fees for use of the CITE facility for • CITE facilities producing water, testing purposes electricity, data center capacity and other • Fee structure to be determined by space saleable resources used, test duration, infrastructure • Primarily used to support CITE, but will occupied, etc. sell excess capacity BOLT-ONS OTHER • Client constructed facilities within the • Rental revenue from office or lab space CITE facility • Mainly clients engaged in T&E at CITE • Revenue generated from use of the • Extra space will be rented to any facility interested parties • Bolt-ons will be left in place at CITE and will generate future revenuesCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  69. 69. REVENUE STREAM DISTRIBUTIONCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  70. 70. REVENUE FORECASTCenter of Innovation, Testing and Evaluation
  71. 71. CHANGING THE FUTURE OFTESTING AND EVALUATION

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