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Darkpulse Inc (OTCMKTS: DPLS) Heating Up as Co Set to Install BOTDA EREBOS™ into Moon Land Resort (Update on: Optilan Dividend, Remote Intelligence & Wildlife Specialists Acquisitions)

Darkpulse Inc (OTCMKTS: DPLS) has formed a solid base over $0.02 after months of decline trading as low as $0.019 in recent weeks. DPLS has runner in its blood skyrocketing out of the double zeroes last year to highs of $0.202 per share. Now priced just over $0.02 DPLS looks to be trending northbound. 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.” That was a while ago, currently DPLS is looking for a breakout out of current levels and back over a dime. The price to beat is $0.202. An SEC filer, Darkpulse continues to make big moves with the $15 million Company share buyback and the acquisition of Optilan which secured leases for two new facilities located in Warwickshire in the U.K as well as 10 new contracts since the Company completed the acquisition. More recently DPLS BOD approved the Company to take steps to seek listing of Optilan’s securities on a national exchange, such as NASDAQ or the NYSE, and expects to engage several investment bankers over the next 60 days with a view to list Optilan by end of the calendar year. Also, a Special Dividend to shareholders in the form of a yet to be determined pro-rata number of shares from Optilan. The distribution is expected to be based on the number of shares held by the Company’s holders on August 31, 2022. The Board has set July 15, 2022 to determine the final dividend ratio for the distribution per shareholder of record.   

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. DPLS has been working on some major projects in recent months including the Honcut Bridge in Loma Rica California, and recently signed a contract for the installation of its patented BOTDA EREBOS™ high resolution sensor system into Moon Land Resort in Hurghada Egypt. The system will perform several functions including fire detection, structural health monitoring, HVAC control and perimeter security. DarkPulse will also act as exclusive technology integration provider for Moon Land.  Darkpulse fiber-optic ‘smart wall’ cables can also be used to monitor and secure remote and unprotected US borders in states like Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. DarkPulse’s market leading technology can build up an x-ray picture of the entire area. In June DPLS announced the signings of two letters of intent (the “LOIs”) to acquire controlling positions of both Remote Intelligence, Limited Liability Company, and Wildlife Specialists, LLC, two firms together offering fully integrated, drone based, geo-rectified, 3D modeled mapping for industrial applications specializing in the energy and environmental survey service specializing in the Oil & Gas industry. 

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Darkpulse Inc (OTCMKTS: DPLS) uses advanced laser-based monitoring systems to provide rapid and accurate monitoring of temperatures, strains and stresses. The Company’s technology excels when applied to live, dynamic critical infrastructure and structural monitoring, including pipeline monitoring, perimeter and structural surveillance, aircraft structural components and mining safety. The Company’s fiber-based monitoring systems can assist markets that are not currently served, and its unique technology covers extended areas and any event that is translated into the detection of a change in strain or temperature. In addition to the Company’s ongoing efforts with respect to the marketing and sales of its technology products and services to its customers, the Company also continues to explore potential strategic alliances through joint venture and licensing opportunities to further expand its global market position. 

Historically, distributed sensor systems have been too costly, slow and limited in their capabilities to attain widespread use. In addition, Brillouin-based sensors have been plagued with temperature and strain cross-sensitivity, i.e. the inability to distinguish between temperature and strain change along the same fiber. The loss of spatial resolution with an increase in fiber length has also limited the use of distributed sensor systems. Due to these shortcomings, existing technologies are unable to succeed within today’s dynamic environments, and needs for more advanced sensor technologies have remained unsatisfied. 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. 

The Company has seen massive growth through acquisition acquiring Optilan, 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. 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. Another acquisition; Remote Intelligence provides Unmanned Aerial Drone and UGC (unmanned ground crawler) Services to a variety of clients; from Industrial Mapping and Ecosystem Services, to Search and Rescue, to Pipeline Security. DPLUS subsidiary TerraData Unmanned has successfully delivered a custom drone platform per a customer’s specifications which exceeds current industry offering by more than 30 minutes. The team has manufactured, and successfully flight tested a Quad Copter drone with 1.5KG payload capabilities. 

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. 

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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In June DPLS announced the signings of two letters of intent (the “LOIs”) to acquire controlling positions of both Remote Intelligence, Limited Liability Company, and Wildlife Specialists, LLC, two firms together offering fully integrated, drone based, geo-rectified, 3D modeled mapping for industrial applications specializing in the energy and environmental survey service specializing in the Oil & Gas industry. 

Remote Intelligence provides premier unmanned aerial services as part of their holistic intelligence consultation and solutions. Remote’s focus is aerial drone systems offering rapid comprehensive site mapping and aerial inspection services. They specialize in fully integrated, geo-rectified, 3D modeled mapping for industrial applications in the energy and environmental industries. Remote also provides aerial survey, video inspection services, emergency support services, wildlife and habitat surveys, and comprehensive system design, training, and sales for both the commercial and private sectors. Integrating the latest tech solutions including artificial intelligence, Remote Intelligence is globally connected with a base of operations in Pennsylvania. Final terms of the acquisition will be conclusively determined in a binding definitive agreement to be entered on or prior to closing. Completion of the acquisition is subject to customary due diligence and documentation provisions and any necessary share issuance requirements and approvals. 

In June DPLS BOD also approved several corporate actions including a Special Dividend to shareholders in the form of a yet to be determined pro-rata number of shares from its wholly owned subsidiary, Optilan. The distribution is expected to be based on the number of shares held by the Company’s holders on August 31, 2022. The Board has set July 15, 2022 to determine the final dividend ratio for the distribution per shareholder of record. The Company’s Board of Directors has also approved the Company to take steps to seek listing of Optilan’s securities on a national exchange, such as NASDAQ or the NYSE, and expects to engage several investment bankers over the next 60 days with a view to list Optilan by end of the calendar year. 

More recently on July 6, DPLS announced it has signed a contract for the installation of its patented BOTDA EREBOS™ high resolution sensor system into Moon Land Resort in Hurghada Egypt. The system will perform several functions including fire detection, structural health monitoring, HVAC control and perimeter security. DarkPulse will also act as exclusive technology integration provider for Moon Land.   

Additionally, DarkPulse and Salman International Company have agreed to a joint cooperation agreement whereby both companies will jointly market, sell and install DarkPulse’s  technology products and Siemens Low Voltage and Control products. Collaboration also includes DarkPulse conducting personnel training and technical support. 

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Currently trading at a $129 million market valuation DPLS has 5,379,471,416 shares outstanding with authorized set at 20 billion. While the Company does carry some debt, they do have over $3.5 million in the treasury and $4.2 million in accounts receivable with just over $800k in inventory. DPLS is also a revenue powerhouse reporting $7,844,271 in sales during fiscal 2021. 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 has also seen massive growth through acquisition including the acquisition of Optilan which secured leases for two new facilities located in Warwickshire in the U.K as well as 10 new contracts since the Conapny completed the acquisition. DPLS plans to take Optilan public on the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) via an initial public offering (IPO). DPLS has formed a new base over $0.02 and looks to be headed northbound from here with plenty of catalysts in play and a massive gap to fill back to $0.202 per share. DPLS has been working on some major projects in recent months including the Honcut Bridge in Loma Rica California, and recently signed a contract for the installation of its patented BOTDA EREBOS™ high resolution sensor system into Moon Land Resort in Hurghada Egypt. DPLS BOD has also approved a Special Dividend to shareholders in the form of a yet to be determined pro-rata number of shares from Optilan. The distribution is expected to be based on the number of shares held by the Company’s holders on August 31, 2022. The Board has set July 15, 2022 to determine the final dividend ratio for the distribution per shareholder of record. Microcapdaily first reported on DPLS when the stock was less than $0.01 in January. 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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Disclosure: we hold no position in DPLS either long or short and we have not been compensated for this article.

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