APDN is a golden mine now. No turning back.
The agreement paves the way for over 12,000 U.S. police departments to receive training and certification on SigNature® DNA programs including DNA Home Asset Marking and DNA Forensic Sting Kits. Additionally, the agreement will provide a central Internet portal for over 14,000 U.S. based private security firms to receive SigNature DNA Security training for their employees and field technicians. The Customer Relationship Management (CRM) area of the portal, included as part of this agreement, will allow private security firms across the nation to purchase SigNature DNA Security products for their customers directly from APDN.
Initial roll out and availability of the portal is slated for January, 2016 and will immediately reach an initial market of over 500 private security firms and an estimated 500,000 private security customers related to those firms. U.S. police and law enforcement training and certification will also be available during the initial roll out of the portal.
Wellington, FL (PRWEB) November 03, 2015
A unique security solution, SmokeCloak® EASY, combining fog coverage with DNA marking of intruders, was announced today by its manufacturer and North American distributor. Ontario, Canada-based Smoke Solutions, exclusive distributor of SmokeCloak fog security products in North America and MSS Professional A/S announced that SmokeCloak EASY is available immediately (MSRP $2399) and will ship standard with a forensic DNA signature that's unique to each location.
MSS Professional recently entered into a 3-year agreement with Applied DNA Sciences, of Stony Brook New York, for supply of the DNA material.
The unique SmokeCloak DNA security fog system fills an area with a thick and disorienting fog and deposits a unique, location-specific DNA marker on skin, clothing, and stolen items. SmokeCloak EASY is the latest in technology from MSS that offers excellent fog coverage from a compact system at an attractive price point.
SmokeCloak EASY is the perfect addition to a security system that needs coverage immediately after alarm activation. The national average for police response is approximately 7 minutes for alarm calls and in many cases, much longer, leaving a store or property unprotected.
Kevin Paul, President Smoke Solutions, stated, "Over my 19 years devoted to SmokeCloak®, I have seen the many businesses that it has saved when they had nowhere else to turn. I can't help but feel a sense of pride. Now with SmokeCloak EASY DNA we can offer unsurpassed and affordable target hardening, together with DNA technology, the gold standard in positive ID."
Larry McIntosh, Director of Sales and Marketing, Smoke Solutions, commented, "We feel so strongly about the Forensic DNA technology that we're including it as a standard feature with SmokeCloak EASY, giving every location a unique DNA signature tying the intruder to the crime. This becomes a powerful tool for law enforcement and builds a valuable deterrent effect."
There is an article on APDN. APDN Revenue Set to Surge 480% as Shorts Fabricate False Story Line Ahead Of Record Results.
Company responded to PUMPSTOPPER's article with three PRs
1 - the same day article came up
2 - Contract with three customers through Vandelia acquisition $400,000
3 - One yr extension with DLA (this we already know it will be recurring..just as a reply to pumpstopper company gave a PR)
What next? I expect few more coming up soon
A new capacity for APDN will be the ability to manufacture longer DNA sequences valuable in gene therapy, DNA vaccines and diagnostics. These types of DNA are distinct from APDN's security markers and represent a new entry into medical markets, where management believes there are ample opportunities for APDN's broader platform.
List of long term revenue generating clients keep growing. Techmer PM is the new one.If you read the PR you will note that testing is complete and bring piloted wi th customers in all stages of supply chain. This may be completed any time soon. Revenue recognized will be under first quarter of 2016. This contract is just like supima contract. Down the line both will be couple million dollar generating clients
Why did you miss when it was in mid 2s. it was a steal. It gave chances two three times to buy .It stayed at those prices for months.
Yes. Dont call any of these lawyers who filed against APDN.When it was trading above $7 .Pumpstopper article came and brought the share price down.At the point of time nobody had losses, actually most of us had profits.File lawsuit on those firms who filed against APDN
Pumpstopper pubslished so many negative article on several companies. Only APDN management & lawyers could made him bring the server down and delete the twitter handle. Khudo to the APDN team
Haha, it is back to where it was at the beginning of the day. Where were you hiding past couple weeks?Board is missing you.
A judge has ordered a former employee of a mid-Missouri tech firm and his wife to pay $10 million for stealing trade secrets and partnering with a Chinese firm to sell knockoff products to unsuspecting buyers, including the U.S. Navy.
Franklin County Associate Circuit Judge Robert Schollmeyer this month awarded Rolla-based Brewer Science $8.4 million in punitive damages and $1.6 million in compensatory damages to cover the company's lost profits and research and development costs due to the actions of Brewer Science engineer Hai Xuan and his wife, Hong Sheng, along with the company they formed, Best Tools LLC.
Brewer Science makes coatings used for microchips, along with spin coater machines, which apply thin uniform films to flat substrates. The judge determined that the couple partnered with a Chinese manufacturer to make and distribute spin coater machines that used Brewer Science technology and was in direct competition with the company.
In 2013, the Department of the Navy awarded a $5,580 contract to Best Tools LLC for "Laboratory Equipment and Supplies," according to a website that tracks government contracts.
In order to confront and preempt future title issues, ARIS invested in a center at the State University of New York at Albany that will use technology to mark art objects. This initiative aims to devise an authenticity standard on which property insurers, museums, foundations and artists rely. ARIS anticipates that placing a mark on a fine art object will mitigate risk for insurers, thereby potentially lowering premium costs for insureds. Using modern methods from DNA markings to nano-technology, a team of scientists, art historians and legal experts will work collaboratively to develop a standard of authenticity for fine art, which will bear markings, in the form of a synthetic DNA liquid, identifying their unique characteristics. ARIS will not own the mark, as third-party entrepreneurs will create and sell them, but it is advocating for establishing an authentication standard because it recognizes the benefit of clarifying an artist’s legacy. The anticipated launch date for this initiative is pending
Nice. Ready for short squeeze
Why didnt you mention positives of the company
There is no scam in the company
you guys jealous that it hit $9.00 and want tos hort it. Short it genuinely not by using fake articles
CEOs respond based on Lawyers feedback.They will not give much importance to a shorter's article. First of all we should blame ourself to read that article and sell 11 million shares. People are so dumb.
Business as usual for them.They don't give a damn about stopper article