My authored project,
presented here, briefly explains some aspects
of developed concept for Virtual Location Alarming Services VLAS, the
system design, the family of services based on the system, as well as an
innovative business approach to its expeditious implementation.
Initially, the business development was supplied with
my own finance and other personal resource. Recently, I changed
the individual approach and decided to attract partners, investors,
potential operators and service providers. The system dedicated by
design to very specific operations
allows to achieve the report delivery time three
times shorter compared with the best currently available
satellite systems and similar services, extremely low energy consumption
from a transponder, to ensure autonomous
operations up to three years with no battery replacement and enjoy
practically unlimited spectrum resource.
The system dedicated by design to very specific operational tasks is capable of (a) delivering the report within 5 to 25 seconds depending on the message length; (b) nearly excluding power consumption from a transponder due to the low level signal technology applied; (c) ensuring up to three years no battery replacement; (d) enjoying practically unlimited spectrum resource, possibly, on the satellites in overlapping unused safeguard bands; (e) providing higher security, confidentiality, encryption.
If one takes that in two-way systems the Power*Spectrum*Time product = 1.00 Unit, then believe it or not, in VLAS system for the similar message processing the product = 0.0005 Unit
VLAS-Project. Expenses to come (extra need in investments) – around $1.0mln; Lead Time 6- 9 months for developing an operational demo prototype-laboratory . Deployment of the dedicated system into pre-commercial stage of operations for two-three customers within currently available resource 12 – 15 months. Expected Return – first year of operations. Invested so far >$600.000. Investments to direct: final stage of development and production of the prototype-laboratory for demonstration purposes; partly will cover earlier investments in development of the system, patents and maintaining satellite resource availability. Market: Pessimistic projections for user base growth up to 100.000 reporters ($100 – $150 a set) and ten receiving systems for dispatch centres, rescue centres and operators ($100.000 – $180.000 a set). Advantages: First on the market, no competition in certain marketing niches. Rapid growth of user base. Risks: Possible delays in capital return 3 - 6 months provided the results of field trials would require significant changes and retesting.
PATENTS AND DOCUMENTATION. The commercially oriented concepts and innovative designs are protected by two Russian patents, which also may be considered for purchasing, together with available documentation and on-going concern.
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