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Darkpulse Inc (OTCMKTS: DPLS) Powerful Reversal Brewing as Global Leader in Distributed Fibre Sensor Solutions BOTDA Gains Traction (Update on: Caltrans, Optilan, Acquisitions)

Darkpulse Inc (OTCMKTS: DPLS) volume is picking up substantially as the stock is once again below a nickel trading $4.3 million in dollar volume on Friday alone. 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. We first reported on DPLS when the stock was less than $0.01 in January, 2020 stating at the time: “DPLS is making a strong move up in recent weeks off its triple zero lows to recent highs over $0.02. DPLS has attracted legions of new shareholders and is quickly emerging as a volume leader in small caps topping $13 million in dollar volume on Friday alone.” 

DPLS 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. Darkpuse continues to make big moves with the recent acquisition of Optilan which recently secured leases for two new facilities located in Warwickshire in the U.K. DPLS plans to take Optilan public on the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) in mid-2022 via an initial public offering (IPO). DPLS management plans to retain 80% ownership of Optilan. DPLS also entered into a pilot project in California to monitor the structural health of bridges and roadbeds with the California Department of Transportation. CALTRANS is the first smart bridge in the world and an amazing opportunity for the Company. 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 Inc (OTCMKTS: DPLS) offers a full suite of engineering, installation and security management solutions to industries and governments. Coupled with its patented BOTDA dark-pulse technology, DarkPulse provides its customers a comprehensive data stream of critical metrics for assessing the health and security of their infrastructure. The Company’s comprehensive system provides for rapid, precise analysis and responsive activities predetermined by the end-user customer. By contrast to existing technologies, the DarkPulse Technology is a distributed-fiber sensing system, based on dark-pulse Brillouin scattering, which reports in real-time on conditions such as temperature, stress, strain corrosion and structural health monitoring of Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources including Bridges, Buildings, Roadways pipelines and mining installations. DarkPulse Technology’s differentiators from and advantages over existing technologies by offering Real-time Reporting: Higher data acquisition speeds allowing for structural monitoring of dynamic systems. Cost to Customer: Significantly lower acquisition and operating costs. Precision: A greater magnitude of precision and spatial resolution than other systems currently available. Applications: Wider range of capabilities than other systems currently available. Power consumption: Lower power consumption than existing systems allowing for off-grid installations. Integration: Capable of integrating with existing systems. Central station monitoring/cloud-based GUI. DarkPulse BOD recently 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, over a period of 12 months through open market purchases, or privately-negotiated transactions. The Company also engaged RedChip Companies to lead its investor relations efforts. DPLS is already generating revenues; for the 3 months ended September 30, 2021 DPLS reported $3,500,970 in sales. 

The Company is led by CEO Dennis O’Leary, a serial entrepreneur with significant international experience having founded Sulu Electric Power and Light Corp (Philippines), a firm with expertise in utility scale power generation and solar energy. He is the co-founder and Chairman of DarkPulse Technologies Inc., a firm developing specialized devices that monitor activities along national borders and provide structural health and safety monitoring of oil and gas pipelines. Mr. O’Leary will be one of the Keynote Speakers at the “Future Cities in the New Republic” Conference in Cairo Feb 26 & 27, 2022 to discuss the development of Smart Cities through Digital Transformation on Architecture and Urbanization in Egypt. 

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. 

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DPLS has been busy in January; they filed a complaint against a convertible note debt funder for multiple alleged federal securities laws violations and is seeking the return of all stock (or its cash equivalent) amounting to $38,825,725.00 that may have been unlawfully taken by the defendant FirstFire Global Opportunity Fund, LLC. It is managements intention to take any award by the courts and issue a special dividend to all shareholders of record in DPLS (in the event cash is recovered). This way, the shareholders may have the ability to get back what was taken from them. However, there is no guarantee that DPLS will be successful in such lawsuits. They also filed a complaint against EMA Financial, LLC, and its manager, Felicia Preston for multiple alleged federal securities laws violations and is seeking the return of all stock (or its cash equivalent) that may have been unlawfully taken through convertible note conversions. According to management the Company has filed 3 complaints recently against alleged securities act violators. 

Darkpulse also recently announced its intention to take its wholly-owned subsidiary, Optilan public in the U.S. in mid-2022 via an initial public offering (IPO). Management believes the move will unlock the value of Optilan for DarkPulse shareholders by creating a separate publicly traded company and will build on Optilan’s successful track record and serve to expand its markets. The Company anticipates that Optilan will apply for listing on the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) directing towards public offering upon acceptance. The company plans to list 20% of Optilan shares on the NYSE while retaining 80% ownership. Optilan will remain a subsidiary of DarkPulse and the two companies will continue as strategic partners. 

With relatively independent business operations, Optilan is an infratech consulting and solution services provider that covers various technology-driven industries including but not limited to telecommunications, oil and gas, alternative energy, rail solutions, and power. For more than 30 years, Optilan has been enabling its customers to increase operational efficiencies across all these industries with advanced security and communication solutions protecting their customers’ assets. DarkPulse has been and will continue to engage with in-demand technologies such as big data, artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, robotics, defense and aerospace, among others. DarkPulse’s main focus will remain on smart infrastructure and, as the world moves toward smart cities, the focus will expand to include the implementation of Global System Dynamics as part of the Company’s SaaS model as it continues to expand its global footprint. Optilan is already on this journey with its fiber-related business helping enable faster connectivity to the web. DarkPulse has no intention of spinning off or otherwise divesting its majority ownership interest. A final decision on the IPO and its conditions and ultimate timing is pending and subject to market conditions. 

On January 13 DPLS CEO Dennis O’Leary went on the Stock Day Podcast to discuss the CALTRANS Project, Middle East Expansion, and Optilan IPO with The Stock Day Podcast. Mr. O’Leary stated: “Right now we are a total of seven companies. We have purchased a series of patents on something called dark pulsing, which is a sensing technology. We took the company public in 2018 and we are headed towards data-as-a-service. We are opening an office in Dubai, as well as an office in Abu Dhabi. The plan is to open an office in Egypt as well.” 

On CALTRANS; the Company’s pilot project with the California Department of Transportation Mr. O’Leary commented: “CALTRANS is the first smart bridge in the world,” said O’Leary, before elaborating on the in-depth stress, strains, and data that the smart bridge will be able to provide. “It is an amazing opportunity,” he added. “The California Department of Transportation sets the standard and other DOTs follow it.” 

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DPLS volume is picking up substantially as the stock is once again below a nickel trading $4.3 million in dollar volume on Friday alone. 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. We first reported on DPLS when the stock was less than $0.01 in January, 2020 stating at the time: “DPLS is making a strong move up in recent weeks off its triple zero lows to recent highs over $0.02. DPLS has attracted legions of new shareholders and is quickly emerging as a volume leader in small caps topping $13 million in dollar volume on Friday alone.” DPLS 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. Darkpuse continues to make big moves with the recent acquisition of Optilan which recently secured leases for two new facilities located in Warwickshire in the U.K. DPLS plans to take Optilan public on the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) in mid-2022 via an initial public offering (IPO). DPLS management plans to retain 80% ownership of Optilan. DPLS also entered into a pilot project in California to monitor the structural health of bridges and roadbeds with the California Department of Transportation. CALTRANS is the first smart bridge in the world and an amazing opportunity for the Company. 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. We will be updating on DPLS when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with DPLS.

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