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Mike, I’d like to address your reply to the Bridgemark Capital question, and ask for some further clarity. In the November 2018 BCSC news release (https://www.bcsc.bc.ca/News/News_Releases/2018/88_BCSC_Executive_Director_alleges_scheme_by_self-described_consultants/) it stated “The Executive Director is concerned that the BridgeMark Group engaged in similar transactions with seven other companies.” “The Executive Director alleges that four companies, after selling a total of $17.9 million worth of shares to members of the BridgeMark Group earlier this year, returned $15.3 million to members of the group. The BridgeMark Group then sold those securities in the market, often at prices far below what its members had paid, netting about $6.2 million. Between March and December, shares of Global UAV were bled out at an alarming rate. Global raised money, completed acquisitions for (in my opinion) massively over-inflated assets (including Pioneer that was written off and AIR which is yet to be audited) and then saw shares dumped in the open market below the value of the raise. Many shareholders, myself included have (on paper) lost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Up until the NR came out from BCSC in November, the trading activity of Global made no sense. Now it does!! I’d like to point out the following timeline of news releases and ask you pointedly about Anthony Jackson and his role during this time. You stated he wasn’t involved in any capital raises, but he was clearly the CFO between March 2018 and July 2018. ** March 6, 2018: Signs LOI for $2.4 million purchase of AIR https://globaluavtech.com/news-media/news/2018/global-uav-signs-a-letter-of-intent-for-the-strategic-purchase-of-aerial-imaging-resources/ ** June 19, 2018: Completes purchase of AIR https://globaluavtech.com/news-media/news/2018/global-uav-formally-closes-purchase-of-aerial-imaging-resources/ ** June 27, 2018: Oversubscribed PP (non-brokered) for $1.5 million https://www.newsfilecorp.com/release/35518/Global-UAV-Announces-Closing-of-Oversubscribed-Non-Brokered-Private-Placement ** July 24, 2018: Replaces Anthony Jackson as CFO https://globaluavtech.com/news-media/news/2018/global-uav-appoints-new-cfo-and-coo/ While I choose to believe that the company directors were not knowingly involved, based on what is publicly disclosed I’m having a hard time believing that the company is not suffering a similar fate to many of the companies mentioned in the BCSC report.

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I'am not beating a dead horse I want them to be more active and acknowledge that they need to be more proactive and share real disruptive news. I'am still here for a reason, I believe in this company and the sector. Now I'am waiting for some big updates and maybe I'll wait forewer but it looks for me that they have potential especially in the services. Furthermore, I'am not posting on ceo or stockhouse for a reason, the numbers of bullshits I read makes me sick. I prefer to call Mike directly (I have done it some times in the past and planning to do it again) or post here for real answers. Best regards and I like to read your constructive posts here :D
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Relax, Yann! I don't tread on you for beating a dead horse. We also get the gist of your posts!

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You people realize here that there is more money in the services sector for drones than manufacturing.

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Relax, Yann! I don't tread on you for beating a dead horse. We also get the gist of your posts!

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I think he has understood what you want him to answer. No need to post 3-4 posts regarding the same subject. Don't forget that if they are really working with a Company like EsAero (an update will be appreciated regarding this point) performance will be enhanced and cost reduced. It all depends on what they are planning to do with the drone and most importantly ... the cost. Regards,
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Mike the Alpha 800 appears to be superior to the PROCYON Watch "NEW ALPHA 800 PRESENTATION" on YouTube https://youtu.be/nRaK0n3rNic

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Mike, can you elaborate on "best in class" Are these published findings or just a company bragging up their product? I'm wondering because Alpha claims they're the best in class? Alpha 800 UAV Helicopter The unmanned helicopter that does the hard work The Alpha 800 is simply the best in its class. It is the most reliable and durable unmanned helicopter available for a multitude of monitoring tasks. Utilizing a UAV platform that flies in fully autonomous and/or manual mode – or both – the Alpha 800 does much of the same work as a manned helicopter but with far lower maintenance requirements and overall costs. Very light and easily maneuverable at less than 14kg, it is not affected by regulations that severely limit the use of heavier UAV’s. Its light weight enhances versatility in a wide range of missions.

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Mike the Alpha 800 appears to be superior to the PROCYON Watch "NEW ALPHA 800 PRESENTATION" on YouTube https://youtu.be/nRaK0n3rNic

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Mike, I just read Yanns post on the Alpha 800. I hear you say the PROCYON 800e is best in class? Is that published or just your observation? To me it sounds like the alpha is superior to the PROCYON. Please shed some light on this topic

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Hello Mike, After the more than 1 year and half of full services, this is the kind of news we are waiting for. This company's uav looks amazing, they are part of a big project with other UAV company that seems promising and that can be summerized as follow : ''Along-side six other UAV companies, Alpha Unmanned Systems will execute a range of missions using Inmarsat´s world leading, global satellite network, enabling Beyond Line of Sight operations and global resilient command and control capability for safer and more efficient flight operations''. When you will have this kind of news (6 other uav companies are part of that), we will talk about ''shareholder value''. Regarding my last posts on 8020, this is what I meant, you need to ''think big'', to be everywhere where Uav can have an impact (Except delivery like FLT, I know this is not what you want to do) and to benefit from the fact that you are a public company. Best regards, Yann

https://alphaunmannedsystems.com/2019/02/20/alpha-unmanned-systems-inmarsat-popup-lab/

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Hello Mike : I was wondering if you have any plans in doing drone deliveries for Amazon , UPS and other delivery companies abroad . I am sure there would be a huge market out there for this type of activity . Way cheaper than trucks and less traffic to deal with . Just my opinion .

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Mike, I have a question about your interviews. In every interview James Rogers says " These are exciting times for investors " Can you explain what he is eluding to? I'm down considerable $$$$$$ on this investment along with many others. Please explain, thanks.

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Hi Mike. I was just wondering if you have looked at doing work for Air Conditioning companies like Carrier ? I am sure drones could be used at a lesser expense in a lot of situations where they hire cranes etc for roof top installations. Construction and steel industries ? Deliveries ?

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https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/trumps-border-wall-could-be-a-virtual-barrier-patrolled-by-drones-too/

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I agree 100% about potential and market cap. But if we still have small revenue growth, it's gonna be a problem for the market recognition in the future because they don't growth fast enough. They need to increase drastically their revenues and reduce at the same time their expenses and while doing that continue to invest in R&D to keep their advantage. Difficult equation but I think they can make it. To really get some recognition they need to close Procyon sells it will show to investors the value of Novaerial as their subsidiary.
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john kolodziej posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

We are doing 500,000 per quarter just for mainly services which is 5 times the revenue of DVR per quarter. Seems to me we got more business and contracts than DVR by far. Be nice to see more Procyon sales. Greater revenue potential here than DVR. 10 million market cap for DVR. 4 million for UAV.

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Thanks Mike. I realize most farmers are hay-wire specialists and like to do things on the cheap. It would have to be a pretty vast spread to justify using as high caliber a drone as the Procyon to check the sheep. I was just wondering.
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Wayne Maisonneuve posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

I know it’s easy to become distracted and spread oneself too thinly but, I was listening to an agricultural pod cast the other day and heard farmers are using drones to track their herds. They can RFID tag their animals and use UAV tech to monitor all sorts of things relating to them. This could even be carried into scientific monitoring of wild populations as well. Is this an area Global UAV may consider expanding into?

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We are doing 500,000 per quarter just for mainly services which is 5 times the revenue of DVR per quarter. Seems to me we got more business and contracts than DVR by far. Be nice to see more Procyon sales. Greater revenue potential here than DVR. 10 million market cap for DVR. 4 million for UAV.

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If they can have one contract they can have more. We are still waiting here for the Procyon sells... Regarding the non disclosure I'am well aware and we will see what will be the numbers in the next financials :) if you can't prove what you are saying (reading here we are a big survey company doing business all over the world in your financials) market sanction will be immediate. We don't have a 3 cents stocks for nothing investors are simply not convinced right now by the management.
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john kolodziej posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

So yann. I guess you never read about our non disclosure discussion.

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So yann. I guess you never read about our non disclosure discussion.

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So yann. I posted about deveron due to the fact that there revenues compared to UAV are what . 260,000 for 9 months as compared to 500,000 or so per quarter for UAV. And you think DVR is doing good compared to UAV. 3.5 million over 5 years is what. 50 grand a month or so. DVR market cap is 10 million. Were at 4. With much higher revenues and greater opportunities

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Deveron has added a 3.5 or 3.7 million contract for 5 year (they have attached numbers to their revenues, things that we are still waiting from uav and that this company can only dream of for the moment). Shareholders Value comes with numbers not just R&D and talks and the last one we know was those coming from a terrible quarter. I hope and wish that the next one will be different. Global seems to be doing business in a different manner so maybe we can expect better numbers :)
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john kolodziej posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

Speaking of agriculture. I can,t believe how deveron has a market cap of around 10 million with just a fraction of our revenues. They are also a one trick pony involved in agriculture which as Michael has mentioned is a tough racket although I do remember us doing some work for a grape company in Nova Scotia. Just wanted to highlight how undervalues UAV has become to one of its peers.

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Speaking of agriculture. I can,t believe how deveron has a market cap of around 10 million with just a fraction of our revenues. They are also a one trick pony involved in agriculture which as Michael has mentioned is a tough racket although I do remember us doing some work for a grape company in Nova Scotia. Just wanted to highlight how undervalues UAV has become to one of its peers.

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Hi Wayne, we evaluate these types of opportunities carefully because although drones can provide a great solution, there isnt always a mass scalable business there. The agriculture sector has been a tough one for drone service companies to date, and still is beyond the scope of a small local, seasonal business. Mining is worldwide, year round and requires very very specific technology. This translates into a big opportunity for us that we have executed well so far in terms of growth, exposure and revenue. On a related note, I was test flying a drone with a mag sensor 5 years ago near Taber Alberta... a rancher came out and asked me if i could do exactly what you described above. Since then we have done 7 figures of mag survey revenue, 0 of AG / livestock work.
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Wayne Maisonneuve posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

I know it’s easy to become distracted and spread oneself too thinly but, I was listening to an agricultural pod cast the other day and heard farmers are using drones to track their herds. They can RFID tag their animals and use UAV tech to monitor all sorts of things relating to them. This could even be carried into scientific monitoring of wild populations as well. Is this an area Global UAV may consider expanding into?

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Yann Clisson commented on B W  update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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Thanks for your feedback Mike. I hope we will see that very soon, we are waiting for that since more than a year for some investors. I just hope that you have the connections and the team to push it toward the market. You need to be '' killers '' and to think big. UAv's future is bright but things move fast and you need to move faster than others :) Regards,
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Mike, can you share any more on this demonstration with Planck? https://www.facebook.com/1497782626920276/posts/2271924462839418/

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Michael Burns commented on B W  update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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Thanks for the comments Yann. The Procyon does have a lot of value that is steering the company toward opportunities that as a services-only business, we would not be exposed to. We have the capability as an integrator and the ability to provide solutions to our customers, not just a suite of services.
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Mike, can you share any more on this demonstration with Planck? https://www.facebook.com/1497782626920276/posts/2271924462839418/

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I know it’s easy to become distracted and spread oneself too thinly but, I was listening to an agricultural pod cast the other day and heard farmers are using drones to track their herds. They can RFID tag their animals and use UAV tech to monitor all sorts of things relating to them. This could even be carried into scientific monitoring of wild populations as well. Is this an area Global UAV may consider expanding into?

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Yann Clisson commented on B W  update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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Hello Mike, you should put all your efforts to continue the Procyon's development and to secure the first reseller agreement or direct sells. It's what gonna make a real change in your company. A lot of investors have put their money in this company because of the Procyon and because we don't want to simply invest in a drone survey company. I don't see much value in a simple drone survey company unless you show us some big revenues whereas I can see some value if you are able to develop a unique drone than can be sell especially to gov. (see here defense :D). Best regards,
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Mike, can you share any more on this demonstration with Planck? https://www.facebook.com/1497782626920276/posts/2271924462839418/

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Mike, I’d like to address your reply to the Bridgemark Capital question, and ask for some further clarity. In the November 2018 BCSC news release (https://www.bcsc.bc.ca/News/News_Releases/2018/88_BCSC_Executive_Director_alleges_scheme_by_self-described_consultants/) it stated “The Executive Director is concerned that the BridgeMark Group engaged in similar transactions with seven other companies.” “The Executive Director alleges that four companies, after selling a total of $17.9 million worth of shares to members of the BridgeMark Group earlier this year, returned $15.3 million to members of the group. The BridgeMark Group then sold those securities in the market, often at prices far below what its members had paid, netting about $6.2 million. Between March and December, shares of Global UAV were bled out at an alarming rate. Global raised money, completed acquisitions for (in my opinion) massively over-inflated assets (including Pioneer that was written off and AIR which is yet to be audited) and then saw shares dumped in the open market below the value of the raise. Many shareholders, myself included have (on paper) lost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Up until the NR came out from BCSC in November, the trading activity of Global made no sense. Now it does!! I’d like to point out the following timeline of news releases and ask you pointedly about Anthony Jackson and his role during this time. You stated he wasn’t involved in any capital raises, but he was clearly the CFO between March 2018 and July 2018. ** March 6, 2018: Signs LOI for $2.4 million purchase of AIR https://globaluavtech.com/news-media/news/2018/global-uav-signs-a-letter-of-intent-for-the-strategic-purchase-of-aerial-imaging-resources/ ** June 19, 2018: Completes purchase of AIR https://globaluavtech.com/news-media/news/2018/global-uav-formally-closes-purchase-of-aerial-imaging-resources/ ** June 27, 2018: Oversubscribed PP (non-brokered) for $1.5 million https://www.newsfilecorp.com/release/35518/Global-UAV-Announces-Closing-of-Oversubscribed-Non-Brokered-Private-Placement ** July 24, 2018: Replaces Anthony Jackson as CFO https://globaluavtech.com/news-media/news/2018/global-uav-appoints-new-cfo-and-coo/ While I choose to believe that the company directors were not knowingly involved, based on what is publicly disclosed I’m having a hard time believing that the company is not suffering a similar fate to many of the companies mentioned in the BCSC report.

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Pioneer is leading the industry in UAV remote sensing for mineral exploration, mine site surveys and safety inspections. We proudly developed the first UAV-Mag™ system on the market, and continue to push the limits and capabilities of remote sensing in the exploration industry.

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Yann Clisson commented on B W  update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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I'am not beating a dead horse I want them to be more active and acknowledge that they need to be more proactive and share real disruptive news. I'am still here for a reason, I believe in this company and the sector. Now I'am waiting for some big updates and maybe I'll wait forewer but it looks for me that they have potential especially in the services. Furthermore, I'am not posting on ceo or stockhouse for a reason, the numbers of bullshits I read makes me sick. I prefer to call Mike directly (I have done it some times in the past and planning to do it again) or post here for real answers. Best regards and I like to read your constructive posts here :D
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Relax, Yann! I don't tread on you for beating a dead horse. We also get the gist of your posts!

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You people realize here that there is more money in the services sector for drones than manufacturing.

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B W posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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Relax, Yann! I don't tread on you for beating a dead horse. We also get the gist of your posts!

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Yann Clisson commented on B W  update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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I think he has understood what you want him to answer. No need to post 3-4 posts regarding the same subject. Don't forget that if they are really working with a Company like EsAero (an update will be appreciated regarding this point) performance will be enhanced and cost reduced. It all depends on what they are planning to do with the drone and most importantly ... the cost. Regards,
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Mike the Alpha 800 appears to be superior to the PROCYON Watch "NEW ALPHA 800 PRESENTATION" on YouTube https://youtu.be/nRaK0n3rNic

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Mike, can you elaborate on "best in class" Are these published findings or just a company bragging up their product? I'm wondering because Alpha claims they're the best in class? Alpha 800 UAV Helicopter The unmanned helicopter that does the hard work The Alpha 800 is simply the best in its class. It is the most reliable and durable unmanned helicopter available for a multitude of monitoring tasks. Utilizing a UAV platform that flies in fully autonomous and/or manual mode – or both – the Alpha 800 does much of the same work as a manned helicopter but with far lower maintenance requirements and overall costs. Very light and easily maneuverable at less than 14kg, it is not affected by regulations that severely limit the use of heavier UAV’s. Its light weight enhances versatility in a wide range of missions.

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B W posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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Mike the Alpha 800 appears to be superior to the PROCYON Watch "NEW ALPHA 800 PRESENTATION" on YouTube https://youtu.be/nRaK0n3rNic

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B W posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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Mike, I just read Yanns post on the Alpha 800. I hear you say the PROCYON 800e is best in class? Is that published or just your observation? To me it sounds like the alpha is superior to the PROCYON. Please shed some light on this topic

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Hello Mike, After the more than 1 year and half of full services, this is the kind of news we are waiting for. This company's uav looks amazing, they are part of a big project with other UAV company that seems promising and that can be summerized as follow : ''Along-side six other UAV companies, Alpha Unmanned Systems will execute a range of missions using Inmarsat´s world leading, global satellite network, enabling Beyond Line of Sight operations and global resilient command and control capability for safer and more efficient flight operations''. When you will have this kind of news (6 other uav companies are part of that), we will talk about ''shareholder value''. Regarding my last posts on 8020, this is what I meant, you need to ''think big'', to be everywhere where Uav can have an impact (Except delivery like FLT, I know this is not what you want to do) and to benefit from the fact that you are a public company. Best regards, Yann

https://alphaunmannedsystems.com/2019/02/20/alpha-unmanned-systems-inmarsat-popup-lab/

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Hello Mike : I was wondering if you have any plans in doing drone deliveries for Amazon , UPS and other delivery companies abroad . I am sure there would be a huge market out there for this type of activity . Way cheaper than trucks and less traffic to deal with . Just my opinion .

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B W posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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Mike, I have a question about your interviews. In every interview James Rogers says " These are exciting times for investors " Can you explain what he is eluding to? I'm down considerable $$$$$$ on this investment along with many others. Please explain, thanks.

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Hi Mike. I was just wondering if you have looked at doing work for Air Conditioning companies like Carrier ? I am sure drones could be used at a lesser expense in a lot of situations where they hire cranes etc for roof top installations. Construction and steel industries ? Deliveries ?

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https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/trumps-border-wall-could-be-a-virtual-barrier-patrolled-by-drones-too/

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I agree 100% about potential and market cap. But if we still have small revenue growth, it's gonna be a problem for the market recognition in the future because they don't growth fast enough. They need to increase drastically their revenues and reduce at the same time their expenses and while doing that continue to invest in R&D to keep their advantage. Difficult equation but I think they can make it. To really get some recognition they need to close Procyon sells it will show to investors the value of Novaerial as their subsidiary.
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john kolodziej posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

We are doing 500,000 per quarter just for mainly services which is 5 times the revenue of DVR per quarter. Seems to me we got more business and contracts than DVR by far. Be nice to see more Procyon sales. Greater revenue potential here than DVR. 10 million market cap for DVR. 4 million for UAV.

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Thanks Mike. I realize most farmers are hay-wire specialists and like to do things on the cheap. It would have to be a pretty vast spread to justify using as high caliber a drone as the Procyon to check the sheep. I was just wondering.
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Wayne Maisonneuve posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

I know it’s easy to become distracted and spread oneself too thinly but, I was listening to an agricultural pod cast the other day and heard farmers are using drones to track their herds. They can RFID tag their animals and use UAV tech to monitor all sorts of things relating to them. This could even be carried into scientific monitoring of wild populations as well. Is this an area Global UAV may consider expanding into?

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We are doing 500,000 per quarter just for mainly services which is 5 times the revenue of DVR per quarter. Seems to me we got more business and contracts than DVR by far. Be nice to see more Procyon sales. Greater revenue potential here than DVR. 10 million market cap for DVR. 4 million for UAV.

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If they can have one contract they can have more. We are still waiting here for the Procyon sells... Regarding the non disclosure I'am well aware and we will see what will be the numbers in the next financials :) if you can't prove what you are saying (reading here we are a big survey company doing business all over the world in your financials) market sanction will be immediate. We don't have a 3 cents stocks for nothing investors are simply not convinced right now by the management.
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john kolodziej posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

So yann. I guess you never read about our non disclosure discussion.

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So yann. I guess you never read about our non disclosure discussion.

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So yann. I posted about deveron due to the fact that there revenues compared to UAV are what . 260,000 for 9 months as compared to 500,000 or so per quarter for UAV. And you think DVR is doing good compared to UAV. 3.5 million over 5 years is what. 50 grand a month or so. DVR market cap is 10 million. Were at 4. With much higher revenues and greater opportunities

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Deveron has added a 3.5 or 3.7 million contract for 5 year (they have attached numbers to their revenues, things that we are still waiting from uav and that this company can only dream of for the moment). Shareholders Value comes with numbers not just R&D and talks and the last one we know was those coming from a terrible quarter. I hope and wish that the next one will be different. Global seems to be doing business in a different manner so maybe we can expect better numbers :)
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john kolodziej posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

Speaking of agriculture. I can,t believe how deveron has a market cap of around 10 million with just a fraction of our revenues. They are also a one trick pony involved in agriculture which as Michael has mentioned is a tough racket although I do remember us doing some work for a grape company in Nova Scotia. Just wanted to highlight how undervalues UAV has become to one of its peers.

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Speaking of agriculture. I can,t believe how deveron has a market cap of around 10 million with just a fraction of our revenues. They are also a one trick pony involved in agriculture which as Michael has mentioned is a tough racket although I do remember us doing some work for a grape company in Nova Scotia. Just wanted to highlight how undervalues UAV has become to one of its peers.

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Hi Wayne, we evaluate these types of opportunities carefully because although drones can provide a great solution, there isnt always a mass scalable business there. The agriculture sector has been a tough one for drone service companies to date, and still is beyond the scope of a small local, seasonal business. Mining is worldwide, year round and requires very very specific technology. This translates into a big opportunity for us that we have executed well so far in terms of growth, exposure and revenue. On a related note, I was test flying a drone with a mag sensor 5 years ago near Taber Alberta... a rancher came out and asked me if i could do exactly what you described above. Since then we have done 7 figures of mag survey revenue, 0 of AG / livestock work.
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Wayne Maisonneuve posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

I know it’s easy to become distracted and spread oneself too thinly but, I was listening to an agricultural pod cast the other day and heard farmers are using drones to track their herds. They can RFID tag their animals and use UAV tech to monitor all sorts of things relating to them. This could even be carried into scientific monitoring of wild populations as well. Is this an area Global UAV may consider expanding into?

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Yann Clisson commented on B W  update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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Thanks for your feedback Mike. I hope we will see that very soon, we are waiting for that since more than a year for some investors. I just hope that you have the connections and the team to push it toward the market. You need to be '' killers '' and to think big. UAv's future is bright but things move fast and you need to move faster than others :) Regards,
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B W posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

Mike, can you share any more on this demonstration with Planck? https://www.facebook.com/1497782626920276/posts/2271924462839418/

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Michael Burns commented on B W  update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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Thanks for the comments Yann. The Procyon does have a lot of value that is steering the company toward opportunities that as a services-only business, we would not be exposed to. We have the capability as an integrator and the ability to provide solutions to our customers, not just a suite of services.
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B W posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

Mike, can you share any more on this demonstration with Planck? https://www.facebook.com/1497782626920276/posts/2271924462839418/

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I know it’s easy to become distracted and spread oneself too thinly but, I was listening to an agricultural pod cast the other day and heard farmers are using drones to track their herds. They can RFID tag their animals and use UAV tech to monitor all sorts of things relating to them. This could even be carried into scientific monitoring of wild populations as well. Is this an area Global UAV may consider expanding into?

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Yann Clisson commented on B W  update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

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Hello Mike, you should put all your efforts to continue the Procyon's development and to secure the first reseller agreement or direct sells. It's what gonna make a real change in your company. A lot of investors have put their money in this company because of the Procyon and because we don't want to simply invest in a drone survey company. I don't see much value in a simple drone survey company unless you show us some big revenues whereas I can see some value if you are able to develop a unique drone than can be sell especially to gov. (see here defense :D). Best regards,
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B W posted an update in GLOBAL UAV TECHNOLOGIES, LTD.

Mike, can you share any more on this demonstration with Planck? https://www.facebook.com/1497782626920276/posts/2271924462839418/

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