Pro-Forma Financial Summary
SOURCE: Visualant Business Plan, 2011
Pro-Forma Financial Summary Assumptions
The TransTech Systems, Inc. acqui-
sitions closed June, 2010. 10% an- nual revenue increases are forecast based on new products, territories and additional sales personnel.
The VSUL SPM product is launched
in late 2010/ early 2011 in Japan and the US. The revenue growth is based on new contracts in these and other markets.
The VSUL license revenue is
launched in late 2010/ early 2011 in Japan and the US. The revenue growth is based on new contracts in these and other markets.
The acquisition forecast is based
on a consolidation of security and authentication companies, with 1-2 acquisitions planned for each year during the years 2011-2013.
The Technological Advance: Your Imagination is the Only Limit to the Application
Spectral pattern matching is an ingeniously simple idea.
Dyes, chemicals and natural pigments all possess a unique spectral signature
Invisible to the human eye but…
Absolutely unique: like a fingerprint
Visualant’s technology captures the signature of a wide spectrum of light; color that is visible to humans, but also wavelengths just outside the humanly visible portion of the light spectrum. With Visualant’s patent-pending technology, Machines can “see” color that is otherwise invisible; color that is nature’s inherent fingerprint. VSUL technology maps color from a surface then enters this spectral map into a proprietary database. This light spectrum snapshot becomes the template for a myriad of applications; from authentication to diagnostics.
Visualant’s technology uses a proprietary micro-miniature camera that illuminates a subject multiple times with changing combinations of colored light
The unique spectral pattern is detected and compare with unprecedented precision and accuracy
Counterfeiters cannot counterfeit what they cannot see
Visualant technology can defeat counterfeiting of everything from currency to documents to pharmaceuticals to branded products of all varieties—by recording the inherent non-visible signature of such items and comparing this signature to a known baseline.
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