It’s been a little while since we covered KWESST Micro Systems Inc. (TSXV:KWE; OTCQB:KWEMF) which develops and commercializes breakthrough next-generation tactical systems that meet the requirements of security forces and personal defense for overmatch capability against adversaries.
And while we’ve not covered them for a few months in the pages of the Emerging Markets Report, they certainly have had enough going on to bring you an update.
Let’s do that now with a few select highlights
In April, the Company announced the award of U.S. patent 10,969,467 B1 for Programmable Multi-Waveform RF Generator for Use as Battlefield Decoy. This patent is one of the core technologies of the Company’s PhantomTM electronic decoy, as described in the press releases of October 5th and December 30th, 2020.
In conjunction with the patent award, the Company confirmed that the PhantomTM system has just been selected in defense and innovation programs for evaluation, including a U.S. Special Operations Command program, and has been prequalified for government funding.
KWESST Appoints Middle East Representative for UAE
In late May KWESST announced the appointment of Bin Hilal Enterprises, LLC (“BHE”) as its representative in the key Middle East market of the United Arab Emirates (“UAE”). KWESST also featured its products at the signature IDEX defense show in Abu Dhabi in February 2021 and received many expressions of interest from end-users and prospective industry partners in the UAE and throughout the Gulf Cooperation Council (“GCC”).
And last but least and most recently…
KWESST to Hold First Live Demo of Non-Lethal Low Energy Cartridge System
KWESST Micro Systems Inc. (TSXV: KWE) (OTCQB: KWEMF) (“KWESST” or “the Company”) today announced that it will hold the first ever live demonstration of its Low Energy Cartridge (LEC) system. The demonstration will be held in the Whistler, British Columbia area in the afternoon of July 9th, 2021. In attendance for KWESST will be the Company’s Executive Chairman David Luxton and the C.E.O. Jeff MacLeod.
The LEC system is the world’s first cartridge-based non-lethal firing system with universal application across four market segments that currently use a variety of dated “non-lethal” or “less-lethal” solutions. These segments are (i) public order (riots and control of dangerous subjects), (ii) military and law enforcement training (realistic force-on-force training), (iii) personal defense (home, car, boat, RV, camping, hiking), and (iv) high-action gaming.
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