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Going Public Transaction

Going Public Transaction

Torino Ventures Inc.

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Torino and SAS enter into Letter of Intent

Vancouver, British Columbia, July 21, 2015 – Torino Ventures Inc.  (the “Company”), is pleased to announce that it has entered into a binding Letter of Intent (“LOI”) with Smart Autonomous Solutions Inc. (“SAS”) which outlines the general terms and conditions of a proposed transaction pursuant to which Torino will look to amalgamate and complete a share ...

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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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Investor Update: March 2014

Investor Update: March 2014

Investors update: March 31, 2014

 

1. Demo Unit:

– SAS has developed a demo unit that can wirelessly scan and detect the temperature of a sensor located up to 60 feet away from the interrogator or scanner unit.

– The interrogator is a special wireless transmitter and receiver device (RADAR) that uses sophisticated frequency scanning methods to sweep over the entire range of radio frequencies in the 2.4 GHz ISM band (the same wireless frequency band used by Wi-Fi and ...

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SAS Featured in CMC Microsystems Newsletter, IMPACT; Success Stories

SAS Featured in CMC Microsystems Newsletter, IMPACT; Success Stories

 

Burnaby, British Columbia, October 1, 2013: Smart Autonomous Solutions Inc. (“SAS”). The latest edition of CMC Microsystems newsletter, IMPACT, has an article highlighting the accuracy, safety, cost effectiveness, and market opportunity of SAS’s sensor technology.  Included are interviews with both our CEO Suresh Singh and University of Manitoba’s Dr. Doug Thomson.  The article details the positive effect the technology is set to make in the maintenance and monitoring of the electrical grid in the worldwide market.

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SAS Technology Poised to Solve Power Grid Issues

SAS Technology Poised to Solve Power Grid Issues

Burnaby, British Columbia, August 15, 2013: Smart Autonomous Solutions Inc. (“SAS”). Below is a link to an article of interest that validates SAS’s DTCR technology and need in the electricity transmission market place as the industry is becoming increasingly confronted with new challenges including the aging of infrastructure, severe weather and cyber threats. It has never been more apparent that a new solution is crucial in solving these issues. SAS is confident that is has the solution.

 

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/energy-and-resources/coast-to-coast-a-power-grid-stretched-thin/article13776593/

 

About Smart ...

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SAS receives support from the Government of Canada to further develop DTCR System

SAS receives support from the Government of Canada to further develop DTCR System

Burnaby, British Columbia, July 19, 2013: Smart Autonomous Solutions Inc. (“SAS”) is pleased to announce that it has received a financial contribution of up to $100,000 through the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP). Support from NRC-IRAP will help in further developing the DTCR (Dynamic Thermal Circuit Rating-Interrogator unit) System.

 

 

 

 

About Smart Autonomous Solutions:

Smart Autonomous Solutions is a Canadian company that addresses the Dynamic Thermal Circuit Rating (DTCR), Stress/Strain, temperature, displacement and wireless monitoring of asset management ...

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Strategic Partnership Between University of Manitoba and SAS

Strategic Partnership Between University of Manitoba and SAS
Vancouver, British Columbia, Sept 21, 2012: Smart Autonomous Solutions Inc. (“SAS”) and the University of Manitoba (“U of M”) formally announced their strategic partnership together that will see SAS commercialize a disruptive technology developed by the University.


The event, organized by Alternative Investment Partners, a division of Kingsmont Investment Management Inc (“AIP”), was held at the University’s Smart Park “Event Centre”; a rare opportunity for members of Winnipeg’s financial and investing ...

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SAS Invites Investor Community To Technology Birthplace

SAS Invites Investor Community To Technology Birthplace

Vancouver, British Columbia, September 1, 2012:

Smart Autonomous Solutions Inc. (“SAS” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the hosting of its upcoming corporate day on September 11 and September 12, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM at the University of Manitoba (“U of M”).

Mr. Suresh Singh, the CEO of SAS, is delighted to gain support and participation from U of M professor Dr. Douglas Thomson, the Stanford-educated technology inventor, and Dr. Neeraj Visen, the technology manager of the Technology ...

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SAS Announces Issuance Of Additional Patents

SAS Announces Issuance Of Additional Patents

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Smart Autonomous Solutions Inc. (“SAS” or the “Company”) – SAS is pleased to announce the approval of two new patents in Canada and the United States.

These patents reflect the measurement of strain in a structure using a sensor with an electromagnetic resonator and a sensor system based on multiple resonant electromagnetic cavities, respectively. The patents are issued under the University of Manitoba and are acquired by SAS.

SAS has filed another new patent this week, adding to ...

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Canada’s Tech Sector Risks Losing To US

Canada’s Tech Sector Risks Losing To US

Source: Financial Post

Julia Johnson, Financial Post | Aug. 2, 2012 | Last Updated: Aug. 2, 2012 9:33 AM ET

Canada’s tech sector is at risk of losing market share to the United States as the government reduces operational spending, including IT infrastructure dollars, a new analyst report says.

A Forrester Research Inc. report, to be released Thursday, says the tech sector, whose biggest buyers are governments, is not keeping up with the greater economy. The report’s author and tech industry representatives ...

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