wenn der Auftrag für die Army abgeschlossen ist, und der erste Folgeauftrag kommt, wird sich so manch einer die Augen reiben, abgesehen von Boing, da kommt auch noch einiges, bloß nicht nachher meckern, wenn man den Einstieg verpaßt hat.
Das einzige was man hier braucht, ist etwas Kapital und Geduld. Dies ist keine Kaufempfehlung, sondern nur meine Meinung.
bisher kamen nur Meldungen über Vorführungen und Verhandlungen, dann der erste Auftrag der Army, was hier fehlt sind offizielle Zahlen, Fakten sind außer dem Auftrag der Army bisher Mangelware, auch die Verhandlungen mit Boing laufen noch, es fahlen nur die Fakten. und die werden kommen
15.01.2008 17:37 Cyberlux to Provide Task Lighting for New York City's New 911 Public Safety Answering Center RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., Jan. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cyberlux Corporation (News) (BULLETIN BOARD: CYBL), a leading provider of LED lighting solutions, announced today that the Company has been selected to provide portable task lighting for the City of New York's new 911 Public Safety Answering Center. Selected by Evans Consoles, the manufacturer of the new 911 Dispatch Command Consoles, the Cyberlux Portable LED Task Light will illuminate the work environment of the new 911 public safety call taking and dispatching operators. Cyberlux received an initial order from Evans Consoles for 355 units valued at over $64,000.
Evans Consoles (http://www.evansonline.com/), the world leader in the design and manufacture of mission-critical custom control room solutions, selected Cyberlux to develop the LED Task Light in order to meet the energy-efficiency, durability and performance requirements of the new City of New York 911 Public Safety Answering Center (PSAC). Through the Cyberlux military specification (milspec) design/build process, Evans Consoles and Cyberlux collaborated to develop a lighting solution for the public safety call center market. The resulting milspec LED Task Light will replace the traditional fluorescent task lighting fixtures typically used in existing call centers.
The milspec LED Task Light performs for over 50,000 hours without a lighting element replacement, and operates with up to 52% more energy efficiency on low lighting levels and up to 31% more energy efficiency on high lighting levels when compared to traditional fluorescent task lighting. The Cyberlux milspec LED Task Lighting products provide up to 1000 lumens of illumination with 12 watts of power and utilize a patent-pending thermal management system for optimal lighting performance.
In addition, this Cyberlux milspec LED Task Light is the only LED task light available that is compatible with the Johnson Controls Personal Environments control center. The Johnson Control system is typically used by call center operators, including those in New York City, to control lighting, heating and air conditioning within their personal operating environment. The dual-arm milspec LED Task Light is adjustable and adaptable to any call center operator's lighting needs and is dimmed and controlled using the Johnson Controls system to vary the amount of light according to task.
"We are very pleased to partner with Evans Consoles to deliver this world- class milspec LED Task Lighting solution to a significant customer such as the City of New York. The new mission-critical 911 Call Center project is an example of the commercial product design/build capability that Cyberlux Corporation offers to customers such as Evans Consoles and the City of New York," said Mark Schmidt, president of Cyberlux. "Evans Consoles is a market leader, and we look forward to growing our business relationship as well as our distribution of milspec LED Task Lighting solutions as the need for next- generation energy-efficient lighting products continues to accelerate," continued Schmidt.
About Evans Consoles:
Founded in 1980 and privately owned, Evans Consoles (http://www.evansonline.com/) is the world leader in the design and manufacture of custom control room solutions for mission-critical and other technology-intensive environments. Over the last 27 years, Evans Consoles has provided console and control room solutions to virtually every industry and is the custom solution provider of choice for many of these industries. In 2006, the Company was awarded the coveted Aerospace supplier award from NASA, the first time a Canadian Company has ever been given this prestigious award. Evans Consoles' solutions are unparalleled in the control room industry when it comes to innovative designs, ergonomic considerations and overall quality and durability. Every console is designed and manufactured to withstand the most demanding 24/7 environments while ensuring maximum call center operator effectiveness. Evans Consoles control room and call center solutions are tailored to the Air Traffic Control and 911 Dispatch markets and the specific day-to-day demands and unique equipment requirements.
About Cyberlux Corporation
Cyberlux Corporation (BULLETIN BOARD: CYBL) has created breakthrough LED lighting technology that provides the most energy efficient and cost effective lighting solutions available today for consumer, commercial and military uses. The Military and Homeland Security products deliver unique, covert, and advanced visible lighting capability for threat detection, force and asset protection, and first responder deployment. Cyberlux uses solid- state semiconductors, trademarked as its diodal(tm) lighting elements, which consume 75% less energy than incandescent lighting elements and perform for over 20 years in contrast to 750 hours for conventional bulbs. For more information, please visit http://www.cyberlux.com/.
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This news release contains forward-looking statements. Actual results could vary materially from those expected due to a variety of risk factors, including, but not limited to, the Company's ability to expand its production capabilities concurrent with product orders. The Company's business is subject to significant risks and uncertainties discussed more thoroughly in Cyberlux Corporation's SEC filings, including but not limited to, its report on Form 10-KSB for the year ended December 31, 2006 and its 10 QSB for the quarter ended September 30, 2007. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly release the result of any revisions to these forward-looking statements, which may be made to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events.
weiss immer noch nicht was an diesen wiederaufladbaren led-lämpchen so besonders ist ? sowas kann man sich doch im baumarkt kaufen und 5 palletten davon in china bestellen. woran verdient diese firma geld ? das ist ein "0815-produkt" !