Darkpulse Inc (OTCMKTS: DPLS) has been moving steadily northbound in recent trading since reversing off $0.01 new 52-week lows. The final drop came after the Company filed weaker than expected 3rd quarter results. DPLS was one of the biggest penny stock runners of 2021 skyrocketing from tiple zeroes to highs over $0.20 per share. Now that the stock is based at a fraction of its former value and seems to have formed a clear bottom at $0.01 and selling has dried up investors are accumulating again and the stock is starting to move northbound up 13% on Friday on around $350,000 dollar volume. DPLS plans to spin off its subsidiary Optilan onto a major exchange. Recently the Company acquired the controlling block of shares in Gladstone Sponsor, LLC, (NASDAQ: GLEE).
The Company recently announced it has become a member of Utah State University’s ASPIRE NSF Engineering Research Center. Additionally, the Company’s CEO will serve on ASPIRE’s Policy Committee. Electrified roadways bring power to electric vehicles without the need for large, heavy battery packs while extending vehicle range. ASPIRE is a current leader on several electrified roadway pilots across the country, including ones in Indiana, Florida, and Utah. These pilots are the initial steps to eventually provide wireless charging on the interstate highways to enable battery-electric, long-haul freight movement across the US.
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Darkpulse Inc (OTCMKTS: DPLS) a critical infrastructure solutions technology Company – AS SMART CITIES BECOME A REALITY, DARKPULSE IS THE FOUNDATIONAL TECHNOLOGY TO EMPOWER GLOBAL SYSTEM DYNAMICS out of New York City that we have been reporting on since January 2001 with a 20,000 sq ft facility in Tempe, Arizona, ISO9001 and AS9100 certified electronics and electro-mechanical assembly operation. The Company uses advanced laser-based monitoring systems to provide rapid and accurate monitoring of temperatures, strains and stresses allowing for advanced structural monitoring of infrastructure. The Company’s technology excels when applied to live, dynamic critical infrastructure and structural monitoring, including bridges & roadways, buildings, pipeline monitoring, perimeter and structural health monitoring, 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.
DarkPulse recently acquired subsidiary Optilan is a global provider of turnkey telecommunications and security systems, and integration services intended to offer one-stop-shop services for all aspects of security and communication applications. The company’s services include design, installation, commissioning, support, and maintenance services of satellite, wireless, fiber transmission systems, CCTV security and radio-based systems, enabling the energy, transportation, critical infrastructure and industrial sectors to receive individually tailored, innovative applications and services that deliver value, resilience and flexibility. Optilan is headquartered in the United Kingdom and operates offices in Azerbaijan, India, the Middle East, UAE and Turkey.
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.
$DPLS OTC share price doesn’t matter. We’re going to NASDAQ. The OTC is a sewage. Complaining is a waste of time. It’s time for greener pastures. More liquidity, institutional investors, and a few panic sellers can’t bring the price down in the big leagues. To be honest,
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The Company has been very busy; in August Optilan reported it has once again secured three contracts within the same week. The first two are related to the Oil & Gas Industry and located in Iraq and Qatar, respectively. A third contract was won for an offshore wind project located in the United States. The Company anticipates completion of all three contracts in roughly six months. The contract values total approximately USD $3M. Optilan has also successfully continued expansion of its Fibre and Emergency Response Services business unit.
DarkPulse also closed the acquisition of an equity position in Gladstone Acquisition Corp., a Delaware corporation (NASDAQ: GLEE) (the “SPAC”). Pursuant to the Purchase Agreement with Gladstone Sponsor, LLC, and the SPAC, the Company purchased 2,623,120 shares of Class B Common Stock and 4,298,496 Private Placement Warrants, each of which is exercisable to purchase one share of Class A Common Stock from the Original Sponsor, for $1,500,000.
On November 10 DPLS announced it has become a member of Utah State University’s ASPIRE NSF Engineering Research Center. Additionally, the Company’s CEO will serve on ASPIRE’s Policy Committee.
Electrified roadways bring power to electric vehicles without the need for large, heavy battery packs while extending vehicle range. Harnessing the power of inductive wireless power transfer, electric vehicles can charge as they drive over electric coils embedded in the roadway. Energy flows from the coils to a receiver mounted to the underside of the vehicle, providing safe, wireless power even at highway speeds. Dynamic charging allows Electric Vehicles to operate for longer times and distances without stopping for recharging. Additionally, EVs equipped with wireless charging technology will have substantially smaller batteries reducing both cost and weight of the vehicle resulting in improved environmental impacts, lower vehicle costs, longer ranges and greater electric vehicle adoption.
ASPIRE is a current leader on several electrified roadway pilots across the country, including ones in Indiana, Florida, and Utah. These pilots are the initial steps to eventually provide wireless charging on the interstate highways to enable battery-electric, long-haul freight movement across the US.
DarkPulse Chairman and CEO, Dennis O’Leary stated: “DarkPulse has created a team based in the US and UK to advance dynamic charging systems with our BOTDA sensing systems. These combined systems create Smart Road technologies capable of dynamic charging while also monitoring the structural health of bridges and roadways. Joining the team at ASPIRE and their more than 50 industry partners brings DarkPulse into the fold for roadway electrification. We believe electrification of roadways is an important component of smart cities playing a critical role in both the adoption of sustainable transportation such as EV’s and the decarbonization of our planet. I look forward to working as both a partner of ASPIRE and a member of the Policy Committee helping shape current regulatory policies to help aid in the adoption of electrified roadways.”
$DPLS DarkPulse, Inc. Joins Utah State University's Advancing Sustainability through Powered Infrastructure for Roadway Electrification (ASPIRE) NSF Engineering Research Center https://t.co/nbkrZWzUs4
— DarkPulse (@DarkPulseTech) November 10, 2022
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Currently trading at a $76 million market valuation DPLS has a strong balance sheet with $34 million in assets vs. $17 million in total liabilities including $6 million in cash in the treasury. DPLS has been working on some major projects in recent months including the Honcut Bridge in Loma Rica California, as well as installation of its patented BOTDA EREBOS™ high resolution sensor system into Moon Land Resort in Hurghada Egypt. DPLS has runner in its blood skyrocketing out of the double zeroes last year to highs of $0.202 per share and investors are looking for a move back to these levels. At current levels DPLS has a massive gap to fill, ready liquidity, and a large group of investors who are steadily accumulating now that the stock has made a significant reversal off $0.01 Signaling the end of the downtrend. We will be updating on DPLS when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily.
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