"When used in combination with low-cost Global Positioning System
applications, Cellemetry(R) radios can pinpoint the precise geographic location
railroad cars, barges, containers or other movable assets and signal
control actions or
If you are suggesting that the company is being left behind because it doesn't use GPS,
the above proves you wrong. (10-K, filed 1/29/99.)
Got anything else, HOOGG? I'm
My understanding of the Cellemetry system is
that, unlike other types "new-wave" communications, it
has to be in place in wide areas of the country
before cranking up. I believe the networks are now
substantially in place and should start making a significant
contribution to revenue in the coming months.
starts to happen, my assumption is that PR will increase
as well, so more than 15K shares will be traded on
the average day.
To attempt a partial answer, Cellemetry sells
devices and expertise to facilitate remote sensing, e.g.
from alarms, trucks, barges, utility meters, etc. This
is an industry taking off. Look at how much money
CNDS has lost and what their market cap still is. CNDS
will be losing money for many years to come; they are
about $500M in debt and losing $1 per quarter! NMRX is
now making money and has no significant debt. Plus
they are apparently growing revenues at a rapid pace.
It is the earnings release that makes me think the
company is over the worst. There is no evidence of
accelerating rot. Revenues are up, earnings are up, margins
I agree some of the previous news
releases have been worrisome. But the last bad one was
July 1 and there have now been 3 good ones since then.
What do you think?
Maybe the company is not
well led but is still being carried forward by a
booming sector. Is this the case?
the discussion, preferably offline ...
I'm on a break...How do you figure "those days"
They have no solid product
or plan Example...Press release show me one with any
backbone!!!Do you understand the product they are currenty
selling and the applications?