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SAS Advances Technology Development

SAS Advances Technology Development

Investor update:   September 17, 2014

 1.       Interrogator Unit:

  •   SAS has developed a second revision of the Interrogator unit. The Transmit, Receive and CPU boards were updated. These updates incorporated improvements that arose from test results and eliminated all known deficiencies.
  • Circuit schematics and printed circuit boards (PCB) were updated.
  • Gerber files and bills of materials necessary for board production have been generated and are ready for release.
  • Mechanical parts, such as board shields and baseplate were also updated. Mechanical drawings for the chassis, outdoor ...
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SAS is evaluating UofM’s technology for DTCR application

SAS is evaluating UofM’s technology for DTCR application

Investor Update – May 31, 2013

  1. Smart Autonomous Solutions is in the process of evaluating U of M technology for the Dynamic Thermal Circuit Rating (DTCR) Application.

    SAS has completed the transfer of technology milestone and is in the process of evaluating the technology. This process is necessary to figure out how we can improve the technology for the DTCR application. SAS has purchased all necessary test equipment and has an operational lab at its premises on Manor Street in Burnaby ...

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SAS Acquires Microwave Passive Cavity Sensor Technology

SAS Acquires Microwave Passive Cavity Sensor Technology

Investor Update – June 21st, 2012

  1. Completed the legal agreement between the University of Manitoba and Smart Autonomous Solutions to acquire microwave passive cavity sensor technology.
    1. This includes six patents in two families. The Patent Rights;
    2. all technical information, know-how, processes, procedures, compositions, methods, formulas, protocols, techniques or data developed by the Inventors at the University relating to the Invention, and in the possession of the University, which are not covered by the Patent Rights but which, in the opinion of the University, ...
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