Could This Be The Next Multi-Billion Dollar Tech Darling?
- Former CEO of Lexmark (a company with 10,000 employees and worth billions) recently became Chairman.
- Its Management team includes the former Chief Technologist of NASA of 12 years.
- Its market capitalization is below $70 million and that could change quickly.
- Forbes has already initiated coverage of their Tech.
- Their AI technology (named ALLIS) alone could bring billions in revenue to the company, with virtually endless applications in dozens of major verticals such as healthcare, smartphones, security and automotive imaging systems.
- Industry comparables include: Nikon ($614 Billion), Canon ($30 Billion), FitBit ($1.3 Billion), GoPro ($903 million)
- It's first consumer product is the recipient of some of the most coveted awards for new technologies in 2019.
NexOptic Technology Corp (OTCQX: NXOPF, TSX Venture: NXO) engineers remarkably disruptive optical technologies, including smartphone lenses that blow away competitors. They have also created an artificial intelligence system that turns nighttime into daylight in cameras and could see it become standard in every single camera system in the world (from automobiles to smartphones to DSLR’s to security cameras to…) and they’re about to launch their own line of rugged, multi-award-winning, digitized binoculars that puts the power of a telescope neatly into the palm of your hand. It's designed to give GoPro a serious run for its money.
Believe me when I say that when you see their digitized powerful product, called DoubleTake™, you’ll want one, as will millions of others when they’re made available to consumers later this year.
That’s the just the first of their own consumer products they plan on launching and only a fraction of their story.
Led by a world class management team that includes the former CEO of Lexmark and the Chief Technologist of NASA of 12 years, NexOptic wants to transform the entire $80 billion-dollar optics industry and lead to the creation of entirely new sectors in imaging.
When NexOptic’s DoubleTake™ hits the global stage and makes further headlines later this year, it's shares could well be trading 500% - 1000% higher and quite possibly make a move to NASDAQ thereafter. And with the interest that their Artificial Intelligence is garnering, that number could grow exponentially.
I believe this is a rare opportunity to participate in what many feel will become the next world standard in imaging.
Here are the top 5 reasons to consider NexOptic right now.
The $80 billion optics industry is one the fastest growing industries in the world with no slowdown in sight. NexOptic (OTCQX: NXOPF) market capitalization of below $70 million (USD) compared to FitBit (NYSE: FIT) at $1.3 billion and GoPro (Nasdaq: GPRO) at $903 million.
NexOptic just appointed famed turnaround specialist & very successful CEO of multi-billion dollar Lexmark, Rich Geruson as its Chairman and the Former Chief Technologist of NASA of 12 years is also on their management team.
Their cutting edge Artificial Intelligence technologies, named ALLIS, can be integrated into all future cameras including smartphones and many other consumer & industrial products allowing them to be built smaller, better and cost less.
Their Artificial Intelligence is designed with virtually all camera lens systems in mind and it’s so remarkable it leaves the competition in darkness, quite literally. Their AI alone could be worth over $1 Billion annually in revenues to the Company.
NexOptic's "DoubleTake" has already brought home 3 prestigious awards in 2019: the 2019 Gold Award for Advanced Image Capture in the Consumer Goods category from the highly prestigious Edison Awards™ and Digital Trends named DoubleTake, the “Top Tech of CES 2019” for photography (CES is the largest consumer electronics show in the world), and it was awarded "Best in Show 2019" by GearJunkie, at North America's largest outdoor trade show
The "Enlightened" Tech Has Arrived
NexOptic's AI (named ALLIS, Advanced Low-Light Imaging Solution) can turn virtually any camera into a night vision marvel, even smartphone cameras. The automobile industry has been dreaming about a technology like this because it can make every car on the road much safer including autonomous vehicles.
Their AI will allow cameras to be built smaller and cheaper while offering far superior images in all kinds of lighting conditions, day or night.
The company is already in discussions with several companies representing a variety of imaging markets that could greatly benefit from ALLIS.
They have recently commissioned their AI lab in Edmonton, also home to Google's DeepMind and renowned for being home to some of the brightest minds in AI R&D.
Check out this mind-blowing night vision comparison of NexOptic's AI vs today's standard cameras:
What do you suppose this will do to just the smartphone and automotive industries once NexOptic unleashes their technology into the mainstream?
Together with the industrial design firm behind FitBit, NexOptic has re-imagined what future binoculars will look and feel like with their multiple award winning DoubleTake™, targeted for global sales this year and could in fact outsell all of GoPro’s current product lineup.
NexOptic's DoubleTake™ has already brought home 3 prestigious awards in 2019: the 2019 Gold Award for Advanced Image Capture in the Consumer Goods category from the highly prestigious Edison Awards™ and Digital Trends named DoubleTake™, the “Top Tech of CES 2019” for photography (CES being the largest consumer electronics show in the world), and it was awarded "Best in Show 2019" by GearJunkie, at North America's largest outdoor trade show.
Many already believe this product will be a GoPro killer and take over outdoor and sporting photography and video.
To top it off, their smartphone lens designs already outperform the best of the competition and continue to get better. This could become the next standard in smartphone camera's, adding potentially billions more to top line sales.
Early investors of FitBit (Nasdaq: FIT) saw their shares skyrocket over 100,000%.
FitBit's industrial designers worked with NexOptic Technology Corp (OTCQX: NXOPF, TSX-V: NXO) to prepare for its first mass market product launch.
We could be looking at a once in a generation investment opportunity in NexOptic as they work toward rolling out their disruptive suite of optical technologies.
See for yourself what got the tech world abuzz at the biggest consumer technology show on the planet:
NexOptic's incredible technologies and its potential to disrupt entire industries have attracted proven industry heavyweights onto their board of directors, including famed turnaround specialist and former CEO of multi-billion dollar Lexmark, as well as the man whose company was one of the early investors in Tesla and Uber as well as the former Chief Technologist of NASA...
Mr. Geruson’s experience spans CEO roles at Lexmark International, Phoenix Technologies and VoiceSignal Technologies, and Senior Vice President and executive positions at Nokia, IBM, Toshiba and McKinsey & Co. As CEO of Lexmark International, a multibillion-dollar imaging technology and solutions company with 10,000 employees, he grew printer sales faster than at any time in the last 10 years while simultaneously executing extensive process reengineering, transforming the business from negative EBITDA and high debt to positive multi-hundred-million-dollar EBITDA and a healthy debt profile. As CEO of Phoenix Technologies, he achieved consistently high profit year-over-year for six years straight in the company’s business of firmware and software for PCs, tablets, and embedded internet of things (IoT) devices. As CEO of VoiceSignal Technologies, he pioneered voice recognition software for mobile phones, resulting in an increase in shareholder value of over 10-fold and culminating in the sale of the company for 12 times its revenue. At Nokia he propelled the business from fifth-place market share to first-place in the US, and first-place in the world for the first time in its history, catapulting the stock price to more than a sevenfold increase in less than three years. He served on numerous public and private boards across three continents and holds graduate degrees from Oxford University, including a D.Phil. in economics. While a member of the research faculty at Harvard Business School, he wrote *A Theory of Market Strategy*, a book used in many business schools’ curriculums.
Dr. Robert Braun, Former Chief Technologist of NASA (12 years) and still an advisor to NASA, as well as Dean of Engineering and Applied Sciences at CU Boulder, a university that receives more funding from NASA than any other university in the world.
Arch Meredith, Managing Partner of Kite Hill Capital, his private venture capital firm, which has been a pre-IPO and early investor in various companies in the technology sector, including, among others, Tesla Inc (Nasdaq: TSLA). and Uber Technologies Inc.
NexOptic Technology Corp - Disrupting The $80 Billion Imaging Market
Trades on OTCQX (NXOPF) & TSX Venture (NXO)
I believe shares of NexOptic (OTCQX: NXOPF) present a ground floor opportunity with blue sky potential, as the company enters the next level of its remarkable evolution.
It’s felt by some that we are already looking at a new gold standard in artificial intelligence excellence that will impact virtually every single camera to come.
NexOptic's A.I. technologies turn photographing or videoing in conditions otherwise too dark or too bright, into “perfect” conditions for image capture. The advantages to this are immense for the entire security camera industry, the entire smartphone industry and the entire automobile industry among many others.
The optics market grows at 20% per year and for good reason; we each have more cameras and lenses in our phones, laptops and cars than ever before. In fact, cameras are everywhere, you literally can’t escape them.
The reality is, every time you enter a bank, a store or shopping mall or even a busy street corner, there’s a good chance that a series of increasingly more sophisticated lens systems are capturing your every move. And an infinite number of these cameras can be using NexOptic’s AI and/or engineered lenses starting in the very near future.
NexOptic’s AI will allow cameras to be built smaller and cheaper while offering far superior images in all kinds of lighting conditions, day or night.
The industries that their artificial intelligence alone might impact is endless as I’ve already mentioned, but there’s so much more to this company than just their revolutionary AI.
At the heart of this Company’s lens technologies is their patented and patent pending BladeOptics™ systems, which in some instances, contain flat surfaces with square apertures – a revolutionary upgrade over today’s conventional curved, round lens systems – a basic premise has not changed much in over 300 years; until now.
Their recent breakthroughs in engineered lens technology designs for smartphone camera’s, binoculars and telescopes are also proven and this year they plan to turn the entire global binocular and sports photography/video industry on its head with DoubleTake™, their remarkable award-winning digital binocular that has everyone talking - and many believing it will surpass GoPro in sales volumes.
DoubleTake™ alone has the potential to launch this company into billion dollar plus market cap territory.
Designed collaboratively with the creators of FitBit, it’s felt by many that this product could not only dominate the entire global sport optics industry, but it could make the industry itself even bigger than it already is.
Easier to use than a GoPro, its design is remarkably rugged plus it’s weatherproof. It can take a beating, while snapping incredibly high res photos and video on the fly - including an instant 10x zoom button all in a unprecedented compact size for its zooming power.
It equally appeals to weekenders with kids, sport fans and concert goers heading to the stadium as it does with rugged back country climbers and hikers on epic expeditions into parts unknown. And it weighs less than a DSLR camera zoom lens.
DoubleTake™ will let you see further than anyone has seen before from a device as compact and as easily portable as it is. It will also capture remarkable images and video - A must take along for your next trip oversees, across the state or just to the local park.
It hits store shelves later this year and we think that it might be able to start outselling all of GoPro’s offerings in short order.
We feel this is just the beginning of an incredible ascent the company is about to embark on.
The market potential for this product alone is enormous, and can potentially send shares of NXOPF soaring - and that's without the multitude of other products and verticals NexOptic is working on to bring to the world...
Security, healthcare, drones, satellites are just a few industry's NexOptic is looking to penetrate and perhaps even dominate.
Here’s what NASA’s former Chief Technologist (12 years) had to say when he joined NexOptic’s Board of Directors last year.
“NexOptic’s sensing capabilities impact a range of applications that affect our lives, from leisure activities to security. The NexOptic team is innovative, collaborative, and capable of moving this technology to market.”
And from CEO Paul McKenzie who said: “We want to change the way we see the world and the way the world views itself for generations to come. And we want to do that by changing the complete landscape in lenses and imaging.”
NexOptic Technology Corp. (OTCQX: NXOPF)
A Once in a Generation Opportunity For Investors?
Greater resolution, over greater distance, in smaller devices. The potential for introducing this technology, housed in world class design, into the marketplace is simply staggering.
Early investors in FitBit saw the value of their shares skyrocket over 100,000%.
Gadi Amit’s NewDealDesign, designers of FitBit’s wearable devices, and NexOptic collaborated to change the way we will picture our world forevermore.
NexOptic is fast evolving from a proof-of-concept company to a potential full-blown, industry-leading, innovative optical development company.
They’ve assembled a team of internationally recognized leaders who understand the possibilities of this technology and are capable of realizing the incredible value potential for shareholders.
If you’re looking for a ground floor investment moving into the next chapter of their evolution, we’re suggesting you visit the NexOptic website and check it out for yourself.
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