As KK used to say, safety isn’t sexy. Ford and merc reviews of the tech will help us, we won’t see them til next year probably. Very disappointing to see the volume dropping away and mostly sells of boredom, we seem to be in that same cycle again when we get good news nothing happens and we think ‘ah, when the merc news drops that will move it’ or ‘when the aviation news drops’ nada as usual, its all good, but 12p seems very far away at the moment.
I hope chris is right, we certainly have everything in place now, I think we are all ready to see the chart spike into the sky up to another level that we so often see with other companies, its our turn now please.
Totally, the merc models are buried in the middle, semicast wasnt even sure about the EQS ffs although we all KNEW. Yes, they are delivering, but on the hush hush. Hopefully they Q4 results are something to shout about.
There has been more guesses than you’ve had hot dinners, it’s a totally new market we’re creating here so it’s anyone’s guess really. We have a strong position and given the law in 2024 most RFQs will be completed by next year and hopefully more news on fleet by then too and we will all have a much clearer picture. GL
Paul is getting better at presenting every time, sounds very positive and focused, I suspect we won’t hear about the RFQs until ncap release the requirements later this year. Some news before results? Very strong Q4, nice!
3 simulators $1m so thats $333,333 each, not too bad for starters, how many will L3 want I wonder? Or will it be a more complex deal? The RNS states, starting in simulators then eventually moving into the ****pit too, exciting stuff, especially because its not factored in the current SP. We have the whole industry to ourselves, 100% no doubt.
This is the start of the RNS train thats gonna keep coming all summer, so much news to come, 30 vehicles by next year without the Qualcomm, omnivision ones and the open RFQs that will be reported on too. Has to come eventually and there may be other license deals in the pipeline that we don’t know about.
RE: NEARLY A THIRD OF TRUCK DRIVERS HAVE FALLEN ASLEEP AT WHEEL SAYS STUDY05 Jun 2021 06:19
Couriers regularly drive 12-14 hour days, lorry drivers I know personally get sent out in vans after they can’t drive on the taco graph, companies won’t want this but it’s such a hazard, plus you see them texting all the time whilst driving too. I heard one driver complaining that when he was on holiday the guy doing his run never took any breaks and got it done in 12 hours and it’s make him look bad for taking 14 hours, he was stressed out about it. Ridiculous
I think we are due more than one RNS The market knows nothing about DMS in general terms so no wonder the market responds to a 75m acquisition to make a superior product from the already kings of dms, so must be a no brainer eh?