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  1. 1. • Formed in August 2013 as a counter-measure for an $8 billion counterfeit market, inclusive of Defense Electronics & Fine Art • Create a just-in-time authentication and anti-counterfeit ecosystem to ensure complete authentication throughout the entire supply chain • Nanoscale >33 active circuitry, such as RFID, writable memory, and multilayered covert security properties • Recently received endorsement for grant, and State Seal of Approval from VT’s State Office of Economic Development and Senator Patrick Leahy’s Center for Emerging Technology Investment Opportunity Investment Size: $5.0 mm Type of Security: Series A Preferred Stock, with 1x liquidation preference Use of Proceeds: Prototype delivery process Standardization and R&D refinement Capital equipment acquisition Manufacturing processing Deployment Roadmap 2013 Aug – TrustOptix Proof-of-Life Study Commences Sept - Product Differentiation / IP Teaching & Trade Secret Completion 2014 Jan - DARPA‐SN‐14‐22 Proposer’s Event March - Venture Peak Pitch/ Art Ant-Counterfeiting Symposium June - DoD Supply Chain Interest July/Aug - Prototype completed, Trade Secret Formalization; & Mosys.com Alliance Sept/Nov - Pentagon & GSA meetings 2015 Feb - First product to DoD Customer & Art Title Insurance Company June - Employment : up to 150 High-Wage professionals Key Attributes • Nanotechnology Insertion – Proprietary Digital DNA technology is added to the customer’s semiconductor design, adding secure covert information or active circuits to their designs, traceable anywhere along the supply chain, inclusive of RFID circuitry • Digital Signature – Unique output digital signatures, allows for validation and authentication, which can be combined with our other two products • Readers – Application depended, optical, digital or X-ray microscope custom readers have been developed, and are available in a variety of configurations, to meet production volume, portability or other special requirements • Track & Trace – Cloud based secure system to follow every step of an object, stores either on premises or at TrustOptix • Licensing opportunities • Engineering Integration As A Service Option Market Dynamics •Since 2007 US counterfeited goods have risen 100x, costing the US economy between $200 - $250 billion per year, and over 750,000 jobs •Annual National Defense Authorization Act 2013, selling into the DoD supply must have Anti-counterfeit measures, parts must have Individual Unique Item Identification Systems (H.R. 4310-196 Section 807) •DARPA – RFP for (DARPA‐SN‐14‐22) •Fine art market: over $40 billion in sales in 2007 • Estate and Liens on works of Art are becoming more common, with little traceability and clear chain of title an issue. Title Insurance Companies Demand Solutions. Competitive Landscape Company Technology Overt Covert Digital Foresnic Track Trace Ease to defeat Flexibale substrate Trustoptix Semiconductor Very Hard No Applied DNA Sciences Plant DNA Nano Holes Yes Dupont Holographic Hard Yes Taggants Moderate N/A
  2. 2. Management Team Michael J. Kipp – Chairman, Former CEO of Suss MicroTek, CEO of SMART Holding USA & CEO of Strategic Advisory Services. SussMicrotek, Swisher Hygience. Mark Renkert – Vice Chairman, Chairman of SMART Holdings USA, previous Board Level Advisor: RSM McGladrey, Technical Advisor, Carlisle Tensolite, Judd, Sumitomo, Hosokawa Micron, Haemonetics, Lockheed Martin Tripp Murray – Chief Executive Officer, proven in raising capital for technology start-ups. Investment Banking Capital Markets. I-Bankers Direct, TM Capital, PWC. John Mayer – Chief Financial Officer – formerly worked at Bain Capital, and held Senior Finance Advisory positions at: Maytag Corp., Blodgett Oven and Accumeter Laboratories (Norddon Corp.) Gary Kejelleren – Director of Technology Integration, former senior level executive positions at General Dynamics & leading edge US Government Technology Migration Projects Gregory Kogut – VP Anti-Counterfeit Military Electronics, a West Point Engineering Graduate has held senior executive titles of major US corporation and a distinguished US Army Officer & Veteran Disclaimer This confidential company overview (the “Overview”) has been prepared by TrustOptix Nanotechnology Partners (the “Company”) solely for informational purposes. This Overview does not constitute an offer or solicitation in any state or other jurisdiction to subscribe for or purchase any securities or enter into any transaction. This Overview is being furnished to the recipient, in connection with assessing interest in a potential significant transaction involving the Company (the “Potential Transaction”). Recipients of this Overview agree that none of the Company, (“Trustoptix Nanotechnology Partners”), their respective affiliates or any of their or their affiliates’ respective employees, directors, officers, contractors, advisors, partners, members, successors, representatives or agents makes any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of this Overview, and shall have no liability for any representations (expressed or implied) contained in, any statements made in, or for any omissions from, this Overview or any other written or oral communications transmitted to the recipient in the course of its evaluation of the Company. The only information that will have any legal effect and upon which an interested party may rely will be information expressly included in such representations and warranties as may be contained in a definitive agreement relating to the Potential Transaction. Statements in this Overview are made as of the date hereof unless stated otherwise, and the delivery of this Overview at any time shall not under any circumstances create an implication that the information contained herein is correct as of such date. This Overview is not intended to be relied upon as the basis for any investment decision, and is not, and should not be assumed to be, complete. The contents herein are not to be construed as legal, business or tax advice of any sort and each recipient of this Overview should consult with its own attorney, business advisor or tax advisor as to the legal, business and tax considerations. By accepting this Overview, the recipient acknowledges and agrees that all of the information contained herein is confidential and that the recipient will keep this information confidential and will not use this information for any purpose other than considering their interest in a Potential Transaction. The recipient further agrees that it will not copy or reproduce this Overview or disclose or distribute this Overview to any third party, in whole or in part. Contact: 802 318 4136 www:TrustOptix.Org

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