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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1343)7/30/2002 2:22:10 AM
From: Sector Investor
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A few posts from the Yahoo! thread yesterday. I suspect today's news could be the catalyst for a move to a higher range.

This news is significant. How many OTHER companies can claim an entire Congressional Delegation CAME TO THEM to praise their defense and anti-terrorism efforts? And how about the wording of Senator Reed's comments!

<< Addressing the KVH employees, Senator Reed declared, "Your technology, your innovation, and your ingenuity have made our fighting forces superior to any other in the field. The TACNAV system, fiber optic gyros, and digital sensors can mean the difference between success and failure, life and death.

This company is going to be on the cutting edge of our military development. We’re developing new forces, like the Interim Brigade Combat Team, that are lighter and faster. What we trade off in armor, we need to make up for with information, sensors, and technology. KVH will play a major part in this effort."
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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1344)7/30/2002 8:39:12 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Sector,

This is the beginning of a huge move.

Most won't recognize it until it is over.

The Tac Nav is a high margin product and utilyzes KVHI's FOG.It is a double whammy for revenue.To be recognized as a protection device - espcially against friendly fire is as American Pie as it gets.

This will move implementation accross the board to allies - globally.Just a retrofit into old tanks and people movers would be huge.

Then the big payoff is the JDAM.The coordinates in the JDAM are only as good as the reckoning/positioning of the special forces on the ground determining the target coordinates.

To Piggy back onto Tac Nav with JDAM is also a prevent friendly fire accident issue that will be impossible to argue against.For the safety of our boys Buy L-3 Jdams.

Gods speed !!!

Huge Revenue Potential.


This is huge !!!

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (1345)8/6/2002 7:35:21 AM
From: Sector Investor
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KVH Industries-sponsored J/24 Class Sailboat Captures 2002 World Championship

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"There's no reason not to have a Sailcomp on your boat" declares Skipper Brad Read, Three-time World Champion

MIDDLETOWN, RI - August 6, 2002 - Winning a world title in sailing is often determined by a matter of seconds, and a world-class competitor will use whatever tools are available to gain an edge. In 1982, KVH Industries (Nasdaq: KVHI) introduced the Sailcomp®, a breakthrough digital racing compass, and sailor Brad Read was among the first to demonstrate the tactical advantages of the compass in international competition. So when Brad proposed that KVH sponsor his entry in the 2002 J/24 Class World Championship in Kingston, Ontario, as "Team Sailcomp," KVH was thrilled to say "yes." On July 25, 2002, Read captured his second world title as a skipper, leading the Sailcomp-equipped "Blind Squirrel" to victory over 61 other competitors from 10 countries.

"On behalf of everyone at KVH, I want to congratulate Brad and his crew on their phenomenal performance in this year's world championships," said Jim Dodez, vice president of marketing. "KVH, which was originally known as Sailcomp Industries, got its start by developing the finest racing compasses in the world for sailors. While our name has changed and our product lines have expanded, we remain committed to providing world-class equipment for recreational and racing sailors. We are very proud that we were able to help Brad and the members of Team Sailcomp capture another world championship."

Sailcomp is the premier digital compass for racing sailors worldwide, offering ±0.5° accuracy, head/lift, starting timer, and off-course modes, and an ultra-accurate heading sensor to measure wind shifts. Since the introduction of the breakthrough Sailcomp in 1982, the system has been used aboard world-class racing vessels ranging in size from Olympic dinghies to America's Cup contenders. Brad Read estimates that 60 percent of the competitors at this year's world championships were equipped with a Sailcomp.

"There's no boat out there racing that doesn't have a digital compass," explained Read. "However, a great advantage of Sailcomp over the competition is its ability to dampen the movement of the compass when the boat is in motion for greater accuracy. The display is also bigger than anyone else's so it's easy to read. Sailcomp is virtually foolproof, and it's a proven product. There's no reason not to have a Sailcomp on your boat."

Brad Read is currently the executive director of Sail Newport (www.sailnewport.org ), and was a member of the 1986 J/24 world championship team, which was led by his brother, Ken Read. Brad won his first J/24 world title as a skipper aboard "Blind Squirrel" in the 2000 world championship competition.

KVH Industries, Inc., designs and manufactures products that enable mobile communication, defense navigation, and direction sensing through the use of its proprietary mobile satellite antenna and fiber optic technologies. The company is developing next-generation systems with greater precision, durability, and versatility for communications, navigation, and industrial applications. An ISO 9001-registered company, KVH has headquarters in Middletown, Rhode Island, with a fiber optic manufacturing facility in Illinois, and a European sales, marketing, and support office in Hoersholm, Denmark.

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1346)8/6/2002 7:52:22 AM
From: Sector Investor
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You can see information about all 62 race entries here along with more pictures of this 5 day race:

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1347)8/6/2002 8:14:29 AM
From: Sector Investor
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Sailcomp

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To: david james who started this subject8/6/2002 10:15:10 PM
From: dvdw©
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Was in Indy this past weekend and the Brick Yard 500 was taking place, about 30 % of the support rigs were already equipped with KVHI systems.

Our domes were on all the best rigs, virtually all the newer units we saw were sporting KVHI equipment. It's good to see this filtering into our society. IMO these rigs which support the racing teams act as homes for crews and offices or command centers for the various teams. They are on the road non stop so you can bet they are some of the early subscribers of KVHI internet and programming services.

It's not just sail boats. IMO these recently announced OEM deals signed with all the Motor home & bus providers will expand our presence to the point we become noticeable, the fact of OEM standard equipment will actually increase the retrofit market.

Awareness is everything.

PS went up to Wright Patterson to the air museum, and saw some incredible technology. Some of which will Soon perhaps be equipped with KVHI sensors. If you can get to WP go to this museum, it has all new aircraft including YF22, totally an awesome trip. You can actually walk the underbelly of an SR71 or any other craft, including some that NO One ever talks about.

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To: dvdw© who wrote (1349)8/7/2002 9:48:18 AM
From: robert b furman
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HI dvdw,

Best part is "Trac Net" is the highest priced product in the RV sector:
"Trac Net" - 5995 - kvh.com

Plus an antenae:
The top of the line:"Trac Vision L" - 2995
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Or for the American only (on a budget) the "Trac Vision LM"- 2199.

Either way everytime you see one of these rolling offices - it most likely 8300-8990 worth of revenue.

Note the LM is nearing the original price of the stationary antenae (1995.)

We're on a roll - pun intended.gg

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (1350)8/7/2002 3:47:22 PM
From: Sector Investor
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<<Best part is "Trac Net" is the highest priced product in the RV sector: Trac Net" - 5995 - kvh.com
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But still less expensive and more functional than other alternatives. See this new UK system. $18,000 for HW, plus $245.00 per month - and it only works while stationary!

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To: Roy F who wrote (1288)8/20/2002 5:26:31 PM
From: The Ox
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Competition?
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To: The Ox who wrote (1352)8/20/2002 5:55:14 PM
From: Bridge Player
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Quick! Send a salesman to the Hauraki Gulf!

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