Secure City Solutions

Report
Secure City Solutions
First in Market to provide Unique Collaborative
Solutions
Secure City Solutions offers:
• SCS-COLLABORATE
Collaborative solutions for
Business/Government Agencies;
• SCS-PROTECT
Integrated Security Surveillance Solutions
for CIP
www.securecitysolutions.com
260 Terence Matthews cres.
Suite 201
Kanata, ON, Canada
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K2M 2C7
What’s the Problem?
Business Needs/Government Agencies
Critical Agencies (CIP)
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Secure collaboration is weak
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Multiple stove piped system
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Bandwidth usage is large
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High cost in maintenance
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Remote sharing/collaboration is
challenging
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On the move operations is challenging
Current set-up
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Solution to the Pain for:
Business Needs/Government Agencies via
SCS-COLLABORATE (1 of 2)
SCS-COLLABORATE:
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Provides secure voice, data and video collaboration for employees (in companies or
government agencies).
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Via unique mixing algorithm reduces the bandwidth usage by 1/5 compared to other
vendors.
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Supports full mobile collaboration and document sharing.
Feature set designed to enhance productivity.
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Solution to the Pain for:
Critical Agencies (CIP) via SCS-PROTECT (2 of 2)
SCS-PROTECT :
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Maximizes operational effectiveness
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Minimizes form factor
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Reduces capital and logistic costs
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Enhances mobility
Combines multiple stove-piped systems onto a single secure platform.
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Market Opportunity
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Critical Infrastructure Protection
(banks, malls, stadiums, high asset buildings, etc.)
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Security and Public Safety (including first responders)
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Ports and Border protection
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Civil Command Centers
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Business and Government Agencies
Our
Market
- Addressable
68 BUSD
- Growth
Av 13% Y-to-Y
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Market Attack Plan
• Secure City Solutions intentions for market penetration:
o Joint venture with reputable companies in China, India and Brazil for respective
markets.
o Partner with large integrators for solutions such as banks, mining and
government.
o Establish value-added resellers in UAE, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, etc.
o Penetrate Canadian federal market via standing offer.
o Establish market presence through hosted business partnership.
Product
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SCS Product : SCS-PROTECT Integrated Communication, Security and
Surveillance (IC2S) for ports (Airport, Seaport), border and other Critical
Infrastructure Protection (CIP).
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SCS Product : SCS-COLLABORATE Secure communication and collaboration
capabilities for business managed collaboration package.
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SCS Product : SCS-COM Interoperable communication for Command Centers.
SCS products are currently
being used globally.
Path to Market
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Via joint venture. Established with a reputable company in Asia.
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VAR agreements in place.
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Addressing Canadian government standing offer with an Aboriginal
company.
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Global partnership with two very large integrators.
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Working towards partnership for hosted business managed
services.
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Competitive Edge
SCS-COLLABORATE:
o Secure voice, video and data communications
o Scalable software solution (no hardware)
o 24/7 availability
o Multiple sessions
Competitors:
• Skype
• WebEx
• Magor
• ooVoo
• Avaya
• MS Lync
o Document collaboration
o Mobility
o Easy integration into existing systems
o Low bandwidth
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Competitive Edge
SCS-PROTECT:
o Pure software based solution:
o To bridge radios operating in different
frequencies
o To patch radios with landlines
o Low footprint (no hardware, low power
consumption, minimal EMI)
Competitors:
• Harris
• Frequentis
• Zetron
o Low capital and operational costs
o Caters mobile operation
o Backward compatible
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Financial Forecast
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Addressable market: please refer to slide 5.
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SCS adopts two types of revenue models
o License cost by seat (SCS-PROTECT, SCS-COM)
o Subscription-based pricing model (SCS-COLLABORATE)
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Anticipated revenue for 2013: $2M USD, for 2014: $6M USD, for 2015: $10M USD.
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Time to Profitability: 8 months
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Team
The Secure City Solutions management team has extensive experience in business
acquisition, public safety and security markets as well as commercial software
development, working for large international corporations and growing start-up
companies through to acquisition.
Board of Directors:
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Siva Kumar: (CEO/Chairman): Former VP at Alcatel.
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Jay Korman: Partner at The Avascent Group (formerly DFI Corporate Services), Washington DC.
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Larry Johnson: Former President of General Dynamics UK.
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Bryan Righetti: Former Colonel in charge of ground security programs for NORAD.
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Mike Cullen: Former Vice President and CFO at General Dynamics Canada.
Management Team:
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Siva Kumar: CEO and President
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Gary MacKay: COO: Former founder and VP of Nakina Systems.
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Mike Mulhaupt: Director R&D: Former Lead Design and Architect at General Dynamics.
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Meaghan O’Brien: Manager of Marketing and Communications
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Milestones
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Founded in 2010, our systems are already installed in:
o China
o Taiwan
o South Korea
o Mumbai
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Global partnerships in place with large North American integrators Lockheed
Martin and General Dynamics.
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Awards to date:
o Rising Star of 2012-2013 by Invest Ottawa
o “A Start-up to Watch” by the Ottawa Business Journal
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What key items do you lack to accomplish your goals?
o Partnerships and contacts within the United States:
o Public sector (Homeland Security, border security, ATC, government
agencies)
o Private sector (collaborative services and IT)
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