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Kraken Robotics – Opportunities with GE and Beyond

Kraken Robotics – Opportunities with GE and Beyond

On October 26, 2017, GE Venture company Avitas Systems partnered with Kraken Robotics to develop subsea inspection solutions for the oil and gas industry. This a milestone for Kraken Robotics because for the past two years management has been communicating a search/recovery/inspection, subscription model called Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) for sea drones. We’ll dive into the Kraken/GE/Avitas relationship later because we first want to detail Kraken Robotic’s larger, near-term opportunity selling its sensors and systems – opportunities that may generate tens of millions of dollars in revenue. Kraken’s Near-Term Opportunities are Bigger than RaaS In the video below, CFO Greg Reid discusses […]
By |November 05, 2017 | Uncategorized |
Asset Management that Can’t Lose

Asset Management that Can’t Lose

Interview with TrackX President and CEO Tim Harvie  
By |September 30, 2017 | Sophic Capital, Video |
A Stock That’s Printing Money

A Stock That’s Printing Money

Don’t miss this CEO and CFO investor update! 
By |September 19, 2017 | Sophic Capital |
Raise the Avro Arrow with Kraken Sonar (VIDEO)

Raise the Avro Arrow with Kraken Sonar (VIDEO)

Kraken Sonar (PNG:TSXV, KRKNF:OTC) had several catalysts during the first week of September 2017. The Company announced a C$3 million contract for its sonar and signal processing solution. Kraken Sonar also presented their successful results for finding Avro Arrow models at the bottom of Lake Ontario, at a large media event that the BBC also covered. This video discloses more info on this and future catalysts for Kraken Sonar.
By |September 12, 2017 | Uncategorized |
AWE-gmented Reality

AWE-gmented Reality

The Next Disruptive Computing Technology June 14, 2017 VR/AR/MR are real technologies that will redefine our world, how we interact with it, with information, and with each other. At AWE 2017, the world’s largest augmented reality conference, we saw numerous headsets and enterprise applications. Retailers, educators, energy companies, construction firms, are embracing these technologies, and enterprising firms are thinking not only about how to create value propositions for these industries but also how the next generation of the Internet could be defined. This report details key industry trends and what larger vendors are doing. Dowload Sophic Capital’s report HERE.
By |June 14, 2017 | Sophic Capital |
Sophic Capital Investment Ideas: Applying Machine Learning to Save Lives, the Environment, & Money

Sophic Capital Investment Ideas: Applying Machine Learning to Save Lives, the Environment, & Money

NOTE: ONESOFT SOLUTIONS, THE COMPANY PROFILED IN THIS REPORT, BECAME A SOPHIC CAPITAL CLIENT ON NOVEMBER 16, 2017. THIS REPORT WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN MAY 2017. While Sophic Capital is focused on providing capital markets advisory services to early stage technology companies, this is our first “Investment Idea” report where we will highlight an undiscovered early stage technology company that we believe could offer investors significant potential returns.  While we will not provide price targets, which you can find on traditional analyst reports, we will try to give financial perspective and valuation metrics that should help investors make their own […]
By |May 10, 2017 | Sophic Capital |
Complete Visibility to Critical Global Business Assets

Complete Visibility to Critical Global Business Assets

Unlocking Operating Efficiencies Through Asset Visibility Enterprise asset management is about not only improving supply chain efficiency and minimizing costs but can also be a matter of regulatory compliance, as in the case of some IT assets. Traditional asset management systems involved pen and paper; this transitioned to barcodes, a technology that was limited by line-of-sight readers that is labour-intensive and can place workers’ lives in danger.  Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags were the next iteration of asset management, but high hardware costs, the need for specialized skillsets and the lack of solutions prevented mass adoption. But now, RFID tags […]
By |February 23, 2017 | Sophic Capital |
“VRy” Interesting

“VRy” Interesting

VR/AR OEM Update as the Industries Heat Up  January 10, 2017 VR and AR industry growth is accelerating. Three years ago, one or two news stories a day were significant. Now, we seem to get one or two stories every few minutes. Tracking the industries and following the Tier-one vendors helps us understand what’s going on and gives us continued confidence that VR and AR are real. The smaller (and usually private) companies are doing very innovative things, often driving the futures of VR and AR. Determining where to invest is difficult, but Spectra7 Microsystems (SEV:TSX), a Sophic Capital client, […]
By |January 10, 2017 | Sophic Capital |
We Need To Push-to-Talk

We Need To Push-to-Talk

A Lucrative Investment at the Push of A Button December 5, 2016 Emergency first responders and vehicle fleet managers need instantaneous and clear communications to save lives and increase productivity. Traditional proprietary networks are expensive to maintain, and carriers are decommissioning legacy cellular networks once used for Push-to-Talk communications and transitioning customers to newer networks. A new generation of dedicated cellular devices for commercial vehicles as well as rugged smartphones with Push-to-Talk features and productivity apps has emerged, and Siyata Mobile (SIM:TSX-V) (SIMFF:OTC), a cellular handset OEM with extensive carrier and software relationships, looks poised to win significant market share. […]
By |December 05, 2016 | Sophic Capital |
STEP ON DOWN!

STEP ON DOWN!

Building a Powerful Legend in the Electricity Market Utilities deliver voltages higher than what customers need. The cost of electric power for commercial buildings is especially high, since the machines, lighting, and heating systems often operate 24/7.  Legend Power Systems (a Sophic Capital client) has a solution called the Harmonizer that deals with this voltage differential and saves businesses money. Legend’s Harmonizer, based on proprietary technology, automatically regulates distribution line voltages entering commercial buildings, and it also has a bypass feature if line voltages are too low. The Harmonizer, which is backed by a 10-year warranty, generally pays back in […]
By |December 01, 2016 | Sophic Capital |

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