If they had a product that was saleable, they would not need an electrical engineer to invent something for them ...which goes to prove that they have nothing and are looking for someone to come aboard and invent something for them..what a sad state of affairs.
Thanks, good to see some factual stuff inhere. This message board is totally occupied with miserable liar idiot foxes lately. Hopefully, one day we will see that these missionaires will be caught by SEC and get prosecuted. I am very sure that this will happen at some point but let them keep their a penny for every reply jobs. What a GIANT a...ole and DISAPPOINTINGLY rigged investment community we have...keep faith guys.
Recorded initial sales of the QS-B220, our benchtop trace explosives and narcotics detector into China, France and Mexico in the most recent quarter. The QS-B220 expands our available markets to include border security, prisons and other venues that face threats from both explosives and narcotics.
§ Enhanced our senior leadership team with the recent additions of Bill McGann as our Chief Operating Officer (former Chief Technology Officer for GE Security), Darryl Jones as our Vice President, Sales and Marketing (former V.P., Sales for Safran and GE Security) and Andrew Anderson as Director of Engineering (former Director of Engineering at L-3 Communications Security and Detection Systems).
§ Extended the maturity of our credit agreements with DMRJ Group LLC through September 30, 2012.
§ Extended the period of performance of our $6.0 million contract with the Indian Ministry of Defence.
§ Granted a patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office; patent number 8,122,756 "Narcotics and Explosives Particle Removal System."