Presentation Evening - Intacept & SlasherTeck, February 16th
Monday, 6 February 2017
PRESENTATION EVENING – 16 FEBRUARY, ULTIMO NSW
Please join us for a short "invitation only" presentation evening where the companies will outline their objectives, inform investors of their progress and be available to answer questions. Thursday 16 February 2017. Registrations from 6pm, presentations commence 6:45pm, conclusion by 7:30pm. Tea, coffee and sandwiches will be provided.
IntaCept Ltd (ASSOB: ITC) has developed a digital tag that can become permanently incorporated into portable electrical appliances. The IntaCept tag system will replace the current labour-intensive paper-based tagging systems. Savings of over 65% of the labour cost in compulsory testing and tagging have been demonstrated and the digital tag has been successfully demonstrated by Snowy Hydro Ltd.
IntaCept's internationally patented product is manufacture-ready and is operated via a smartphone with data backed up to the cloud. The data management system is a scalable solution delivered to its customers as a "Software as a Service". The tag meets all Australian electrical safety standards. The product is targeted at companies operating in hostile environments such as mining and construction, the sectors where the testing and tagging of portable appliances is required at a minimum of monthly intervals.
Slasher Teck Ltd (ASSOB: STC) aims to revolutionise the roadside maintenance industry. The company has a patent pending hydraulic slasher which can also cut vegetation around posts - negating the need for secondary hand-slashing. A Reach Arm Mower Head for grass cutting is currently being prototyped while a Zeroturn mower and hand propelled mower are under development.
The company's Slasher Teck Operations and Management System enables contractors and road authorities to manage their roadside assets and capture work as executed through cloud-based data captured during operation. Slasher Teck has also recently signed an exclusive licence to develop driver-free automatic drone technology to create further efficiencies. The company has received awards for its innovations and there is interest in the drone technology for enhancing police traffic operations.
Both ITC and STC have successfully raised initial funding through ASSOB (each over $500,000) and are now seeking additional funds to speed their marketing and other matters as outlined in their Offer Documents (which can be downloaded from www.assob.com.au).
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