Darkpulse Inc (OTCMKTS: DPLS) has made a powerful reversal off $0.024 and is rocketing northbound on growing volume as penny stock speculators heavily accumulate. The stock has recent highs of $0.20 and is an SEC filer that recently submitted its application to the OTCMarkets Venture Market as part of its plan to trade on larger markets such as NASDAQ. The Company has an ambitious vision to disrupt and revolutionize the booming fiber optics space projected to reach $8 billion by 2026. Currently the Company is integrating its world-class and market leading BOTDA dark-pulse sensor technology into the Honcut Bridge in Loma Rica California and is soon expected to integrate BOTDA into high rise projects throughout Egypt. Darkpulse fiber-optic ‘smart wall’ cables could be used to monitor and secure remote and unprotected US borders in states like Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.
DPLS currently topping $700,000 per month in revenues is a leader in distributed fiber sensor solutions whose proprietary patented system outperforms all other distributed fiber sensors currently on the market. The Company boasts a growing list of world-class capabilities and is positioning itself as the leader in infrastructure sensing and monitoring in all domains, air, land, and sea which represents an enormous market worth billions putting Darkpulse in line for serious government contracts according to many investors who are accumulating at current levels. CEO Dennis O’Leary and DPLS management have been busy behind the scenes, they recently filed a complaint against convertible note funder – EMA Financial LLC – to unwind unlawful stock transactions, they also defeated a Motion for Dispositive Relief – which was brought by a toxic securities lender seeking to dismiss the company’s claims of dealer registration violations. The Company also recently executed a lease to move its National Headquarters to a new 4,224 sq. ft. office in Houston, Texas, this will be a great addition to the Company’s already existing 20 thousand sq. ft. electronics manufacturing and R&D facility in Tempe, Arizona.
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Darkpulse Inc (OTCMKTS: DPLS) is gearing up to disrupt and take a large chunk out of the booming fiber optics space projected to reach $8 billion by 2026. The Company’s patented sensor technologies enable the monitoring of highly dynamic environments due to its greater resolution and accuracy coupled with industry leading data collection speeds. The resulting high speed, real-time monitoring capabilities of a DarkPulse solution satisfy a broad range of existing and emerging requirements. The company’s patented process results in low production cost with increased sensing capabilities that easily integrate with existing technology; making upgrades simple and cost effective. Its technology excels when applied to live, dynamic critical infrastructure and structural monitoring, including pipeline monitoring, perimeter and structural surveillance, ship hull integrity, aircraft components monitoring and mining safety. The Company’s Fiber-based Monitoring System can assist markets that are not currently served. Its unique technology covers extended areas and any event that is translated into a change in strain or temperature can be detected. The Company is continuing to explore strategic alliances through joint ventures, licensing of the technology and acquisitions to expand its global market position.
More than a critical infrastructure/ key resources monitoring service provider, DPLS patented high-resolution sensors perform real- time structural health monitoring creating the foundational technology necessary for building and interconnecting smart cities around the world. The company’s software and technology-driven developments increase mobility for safer, more livable, and sustainable neighborhoods. DarkPulse’s VR capable, 3D, anywhere any device User Interface, harnesses the power of machine learning to transform the digitalization of cities from challenges to opportunities.
DPLS subsidiary TJM West Electronics is an ISO9001 and AS9100 certified electronics and electro-mechanical assembly operation operating out of a high tech, 20,000 Sq ft facility in Tempe, Arizona. The Company’s subsidiary Wildlife Specialists, LLC was founded in 2007 to provide clients with comprehensive wildlife and environmental assessment, planning, and monitoring services. The Company currently maintain two regional offices located in north central and southeastern Pennsylvania.
$DPLS is a global security and infratech company with offices in 6 countries and operations in 11 countries. 30 years global experience in O&G, Rail, Engineering, Access Control, Infrastructure. Our high resolution BOTDA sensors offer real- time structural health monitoring 24/7. pic.twitter.com/Erpz24ucJZ
— DarkPulse Inc. (@DarkPulseTech) May 16, 2022
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In this video engineers demonstrate the function of the dark-pulse based BOTDA system measuring strain on a PVC pipe. A 4″ PVC pipe specimen with 12′ length has a sensing fibre helically wrapped around it which measures the hoop strain as the pressure in the pipe is raised. Data is first collected at an internal pressure of 10 psig. The engineers then clamp one end of the pipe creating a disturbance in the strain field. This disturbance is readily seen in the second measurement demonstrating dark-pulse BOTDA system’s ability to detect sub-metre strain events. DarkPulse offers multiple configurations with increased processor capacity for faster data display including a cloud-based GUI as part of 24/7 structural health monitoring solutions. Darkpulse is a leader in distributed fiber sensor solutions. DPLS system outperforms all other distributed fiber sensors in the market today. DarkPulse’s growing list of world-class capabilities and the Company’s positioning as the leader in infrastructure sensing and monitoring in all domains, air, land, and sea which represents an enormous market worth billions puts Darkpulse in line for serious government contracts according to many investors who are buying in here. The Company continues to grow fast through acquisition.
Darkpulse has been busy and we have reported on it; they finalized two Letters of Intent to acquire leading drone companies – Remote Intelligence and Wildlife Specialists and TerraData Unmanned. They also acquired Optilan, an infratech consulting and solution services provider that covers various technology-driven industries including telecommunications, oil and gas, alternative energy, rail solutions, and power. Darkpulse stated intention is to take its wholly-owned subsidiary, Optilan public in the U.S. in mid-2022 via an initial public offering (IPO) possibly on the NYSE. In previous articles we have covered the $15 million share buy back program and the new office in Dubai and the Optilan acquisition opening up emerging markets to the Company with a new presence in the Middle East, Turkey, India, and Azerbaijan
Darkpulse recently pitched its sophisticated fiber-optic ‘smart wall’ cables to Department of Homeland Security officials. Darkpulse technology can create an x-ray-style picture of an area just by burying a small and near-undetectable cable in the ground. The BOTDA Fiber Optic Cable would allow Border Patrol officers to scan miles of the US southern border in real time using VR-headsets. DPLS CEO Dennis O’Leary stated: “We would actually see the footfall of somebody crossing. We could take that bearing and track that person, and then communicate with the security group on the ground and let them know exactly where that intruder is headed. Drones can be placed along a perimeter of the border in a garage. As soon as there’s an alert, we can launch a drone with facial recognition and follow. ‘We have drones that are pilot-driven. The capability of the drone could be a set pattern. Or it could be an autonomous type of deployment – without giving too much away.
CEO Dennis O’Leary also stated: ‘We are in talks with several agencies. One is Homeland Security. But there’s other agencies that are interested in the tech for monitoring different areas as well.’
— Dennis M O'Leary (@DennisMOLeary) May 13, 2022
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DPLS volume is picking up substantially as the stock has made a powerful reversal off $0.024 and is rocketing northbound. DPLS made a spectacular run up the charts in 2021 topping out in July at $0.202 highs. At current levels DPLS is under heavy accumulation from a fast-growing shareholder base who sees big things happening here. DPLS is looking to break out into a whole new dimension – a break over $0.202 and its blue skies ahead for DPLS. Darkpulse is an SEC filer that recently submitted its application to the OTCMarkets Venture Market as part of its plan to trade on larger markets such as NASDAQ. DPLS management team continues to work hard behind the scenes; they filed a complaint against CD holder FirstFire Global Opportunity Fund, LLC in the amount of $38,825,725.00. According to management the Company has filed 3 complaints recently against alleged securities act violators. DPLS BOD has also authorized a stock repurchase program under which the Company can repurchase up to $15,000,000 of the currently outstanding shares of the Company’s common stock. Darkpulse has an ambitious vision to disrupt and revolutionize the booming fiber optics space projected to reach $8 billion by 2026. Currently Darkpulse is integrating its world-class and market leading BOTDA dark-pulse sensor technology into the Honcut Bridge in Loma Rica California. We will be updating on DPLS when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know get our updates.
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