It was a very good CC. I was thinking 30 OEMS. Alex said they have 50 including 7 auto manufacturers . They are synchronized with Japans fiscal year. They started the negotiation process during the last months of 2012 and are prioritizing the OEMS by catering to those that can get the most bang for implementing the module into their respective technologies. This is no doubt a great strategic move by AT. Remember too that Alek said we are "two steps" ahead of the competition including the panel puds like TI that can't do what we can do. He said that when shown an embedded tablet device the OEMS reps exclaimed,"WOW" which means they were completely blown away by what they observed. I will hazard a guess that we should at the very least be able to turn 10 to 20 % of the OEMS into major contracts in the next two years. Despite what our resident bashers mouth off on this dumb board it now looks like Microvision has turned the corner and is heading in the right direction. The market will be sensing this too and the share price will start edging up quick before June in anticipation of a big contract win. Personally I'm thinking Google is in deep discusssions with Microvision because nobody else has the kind of tech needed to enable their mind blowing Google Glass.Nobody but Microvision that is. IMHO this stock is going to make investors an awful lot of money in the next 5 to 10 years.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Is that WOW the same as "First and Goal" that got me to buy a ton of this mess? Was his enthusiasm to the level of no gating issues this year? Tell me this is the real WOW we have been waiting for, for the past 5 years.
For me, it was the way he said "Wow" and the way he said he'd be dissappointed if no positive news was coming by June...both very quick responses...perhaps honest even.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Twice he did the tight throat cough thing. The second time it actually loosened up mid way into the cough and the words came out freely. It made him sound relieved and honest, and I think that's what he is these days. Over half of the 50 companies were taking a next step. Sounds like it's just a matter of picking out the fattest nuggets from the pan at this point.
You're a liar!! They do not "have 50 OEM's". He said "they are talking to 50 OEM's". There's a VERY big difference!!! Right now they have ZERO OEM's.
They have, to all intents and purposes, ZERO cash and will need a massive share dilution to stay in the game. He confirmed that 2013 is yet another wasted year. Longs are looking at close to a 100% dilution from this point to get to revenues, which if Pioneer is any guide will be pitifully small.
Now stop lying and go do something useful.
1) 7 auto manufactures- Collaboration with FORD and SAAB already I look for FORD news as they are a leader in a technology entertainment ( Infotainment system ) car. Their MYFORDTOUCH is a good example with 3-D display for map data that could be displayed by MVIS. Saab AB and Erickson-Saab Avionics- General Motors bought 51 percent of the car division Saab Automobile. This could quadruple the stock, over night. 2) TI that can't do what we can do. Exactly- Ground up technology with all research and patents TI makes chips for a good majority of the markets and needs the lead again in many sectors not just phones. They are big enough and could put it all together. . OMAP (Open Multimedia Applications Platform) image/video processors developed by Texas Instruments are good for portable and mobile multimedia applications. THE ARM cores used to be the top of ingenuity and creativity. With MVIS they would open a whole new avenue for navigation and logistics...... EVERY CAR,PLANE ,TRANE,Boat and motor cycle. OMAP devices generally include a general-purpose ARM architecture processor core with would put MVIS every where. 3) MOT sold projection patents to MVIS before Goog bought MOT... They could scale rather quickly I would think. GOOG bought one of my all time favorite stocks (ONT) VP6 flash years ago and the similarities are mind blowing. GOOG had installed/worked with and used (DOLPHIN) and the technology for years and nobody said a word at the ONT company. GOOG finally bought ONT . GOOG is the new ((in)) company. Googs' stock sky rockets as APPLE fall in mediocrity. GOOG needs this creativity and opportunity. It has the resources to propel the technology to its spot in many different fields. 4) MVIS has turned the corner as its margins are positive. This makes all the difference in the world. -Thanks for your post
I like the GE commercial - Brilliant machines have some thing to share. Its about smart chips and technology that enables machine to people interference. The machines talk. Perfect for logistics and displays. ADD GE to list of potential buyers.