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From: WorthaDeeperLook10/2/2019 12:38:34 PM
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PNG.v - KRAKEN NOTIFIED OF SUCCESSFUL BID ON INTERNATIONAL MINE HUNTING UPGRADE PROGRAM

The total contract value is expected to be approximately C$35-$40 million, with the majority of that received over a 2 year equipment acquisition phase.

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From: kidl10/3/2019 10:24:41 AM
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ENW ... Comprehensive update from the CEO. As straight forward as it gets:

enwave.net

BTW, the poison pill is now in effect.

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From: kidl10/7/2019 9:18:41 AM
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ENW news ... NutraDried aiming high

EnWave Announces Production Capacity Expansion at NutraDried Food Company

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Oct. 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- EnWave Corporation (TSX-V:ENW | FSE:E4U) (“EnWave,” or the "Company”) today announced that NutraDried Food Company LLC (“NutraDried”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of EnWave, will install a third large-scale 120kW Radiant Energy Vacuum (“REV™”) machine to expand production capacity for its rapidly growing Moon Cheese® snack product line.

Moon Cheese® is currently sold in over 25,000 points of distribution in North America including premier retailers such as Starbucks, Costco, Whole Foods, Publix, Target, and Wegmans. The brand has also recently gained distribution at HEB, ShopRite, Sprouts, and Raley’s. Moon Cheese is in the midst of a major brand re-launch reflecting world-class new packaging, new varieties (Garlickin’ Parmesan and Cheddar Bacon Me Crazy), and new sizes. The re-launch has been enthusiastically received by retail partners and will be supported by significant investments in sales and marketing. NutraDried revenue has more than doubled in each of the past two years and aggressive growth rates are expected to continue.

EnWave’s Board of Directors has approved a capital investment budget of up to CA $8.0 MM for the Company to construct a new 120kW nutraREV® machine and to outfit the NutraDried manufacturing facility to allow for robust commercial growth. The capital expansion will include upgrades to improve productivity and will allow for the potential installation of two more nutraREV® processing lines. This investment in the purpose-built commercial infrastructure today will allow for up to a total of five nutraREV® machines to be commissioned to address commercial growth. At the completion of the initial expansion NutraDried will have three large-scale nutraREV® machines in commercial production.

With over $20 million of cash on hand, EnWave has ample capital available to support and optimize the investment. The increased manufacturing capacity will enable continued distribution and velocity growth of the Moon Cheese® brand.

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To: Clark Kent who wrote (48813)10/9/2019 8:03:54 AM
From: kidl
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Gatekeeper Receives C$6.3M Contract to Supply NTSB Compliant Digital Video Recorders on SEPTA's Trains

Abbotsford, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - October 9, 2019) - Gatekeeper Systems Inc. (TSXV: GSI) (OTC: GKPRF) (FSE: 1GK) ("Gatekeeper" or the "Company"), a leading provider of high definition video surveillance systems developed to protect people in transit, is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Gatekeeper Systems USA Inc., located in Bristol, PA, has been contracted by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority ("SEPTA") to supply and install digital video recorders (DVRs) on SEPTA vehicles and trains in a contract valued at approximately C$6.3 million.

The DVRs will include crash hardened memory modules for recording video evidence and will comply with the recommendations made by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). The NTSB has investigated numerous rail transit incidents and has recommended the installation of inward and outward facing audio and image recorders and has identified them as being critical to improve operational safety and aiding in accident investigations. Delivery of the equipment is scheduled for Spring of 2020.

SEPTA is the sixth largest public transportation system in the U.S., providing over 300 million annual passenger rides for nearly 4 million people in Philadelphia on approximately 3,000 vehicles and trains. SEPTA is actively using video evidence as protection against fraudulent claims and has installed more than 27,000 video cameras on vehicles and in stations.

Doug Dyment, President and CEO commented, "Gatekeeper is focused on developing video-based solutions that are designed to protect people in transit. This contract award demonstrates our ability to design solutions that comply with NTSB's recommendations. We believe that all transit trains and buses should be equipped with video and event recording devices to improve safety and aid in accident investigations, in the same way black boxes are used in the airline industry."

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To: kidl who wrote (49083)10/9/2019 8:33:05 AM
From: Clark Kent
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v.GSI Do you think that just maybe good news will move us to the next level? I really like this one.
It's a growth market IMO

Doug Dyment, President and CEO commented, "Gatekeeper is focused on developing video-based solutions that are designed to protect people in transit. This contract award demonstrates our ability to design solutions that comply with NTSB's recommendations. We believe that all transit trains and buses should be equipped with video and event recording devices to improve safety and aid in accident investigations, in the same way black boxes are used in the airline industry."

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To: Clark Kent who wrote (49084)10/9/2019 8:42:21 AM
From: kidl
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If this doesn't move GSI, I don't know what will.

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To: Clark Kent who wrote (49084)10/9/2019 9:48:59 AM
From: kidl
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GSI ... It’s important to keep in mind that this $6.3 Mil is only the equipment portion. The servicing portion of the contract (recurring revenue) has yet to be announced and it’s supposedly the larger part of the overall contract value.

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To: kidl who wrote (49086)10/22/2019 2:35:59 PM
From: Lessthaniv
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GSI has been contracted by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority (SEPTA) to provide annually recurring vehicle video system maintenance services for SEPTA's approximately 3,000 vehicles. This annually recurring contract is valued at approximately $2.36-million per year. SEPTA has approved an initial three-year service term beginning in November, 2019, for approximately $7.1-million, plus two one-year extension options, for a total potential contract value of up to $11.8-million over five years.

The acquisition of Spector Logistic is looking spectacular from all angles. For $300K they've acquired;

1. High quality and immediately accretive assets

2. Bob Welsh joining the management team with his extensive experience in the transit, law enforcement, and military markets

3. A production facility, workforce with technical expertise which expands their capability in the train market, a command and control center in Wilmington designed to manage portable video installations for special events, crowd surveillance, and remote site monitoring

4. Spector’s contracts with the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (“SEPTA”)

I believe they have now booked $25M of contracts from this relationship.

SEPTA is a regional public transportation authority that operates bus, subway/elevated commuter rail lines, commuter and light rail, and electric trolleybus services to nearly 4 million people in five counties in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. SEPTA is the U.S.’s sixth largest rapid transit system by ridership and is ranked as the fifth largest with about 306.9 million annual unlinked trips. It operates 290 active stations, more than 450 miles (720 km) of track, 2,295 revenue generating vehicles, and 196 routes.

SEPTA's acceptance is a feather in the cap of GSI for future RFP's.

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To: Lessthaniv who wrote (49087)10/22/2019 3:11:43 PM
From: Clark Kent
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Looks like we both made some money with TNA and now it's GSI turn.

You've been pro GSI for quite a while I see. Nicely done.

GSI has been contracted by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority (SEPTA) to provide annually recurring vehicle video system maintenance services for SEPTA's approximately 3,000 vehicles. This annually recurring contract is valued at approximately $2.36-million per year. SEPTA has approved an initial three-year service term beginning in November, 2019, for approximately $7.1-million, plus two one-year extension options, for a total potential contract value of up to $11.8-million over five years.

The acquisition of Spector Logistic is looking spectacular from all angles. For $300K they've acquired;

1. High quality and immediately accretive assets

2. Bob Welsh joining the management team with his extensive experience in the transit, law enforcement, and military markets

3. A production facility, workforce with technical expertise which expands their capability in the train market, a command and control center in Wilmington designed to manage portable video installations for special events, crowd surveillance, and remote site monitoring

4. Spector’s contracts with the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (“SEPTA”)

I believe they have now booked $25M of contracts from this relationship.

SEPTA is a regional public transportation authority that operates bus, subway/elevated commuter rail lines, commuter and light rail, and electric trolleybus services to nearly 4 million people in five counties in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. SEPTA is the U.S.’s sixth largest rapid transit system by ridership and is ranked as the fifth largest with about 306.9 million annual unlinked trips. It operates 290 active stations, more than 450 miles (720 km) of track, 2,295 revenue generating vehicles, and 196 routes.

SEPTA's acceptance is a feather in the cap of GSI for future RFP's.

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To: Clark Kent who wrote (49088)10/22/2019 3:59:29 PM
From: kidl
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GSI has immense potential and is on the right track but probably has to (partially?) fill this latest gap like most stocks do on this utterly manipulated cowboy exchange.

Pro traders are out in full force.

Trading with them around a core seems to be the only way to go.


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