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Homeland Resources Ltd.

HMLA




http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/HMLA/filings

Website: http://www.homelandresources.com



Phone: (877) 503-4299
Email: davidstjameslv@gmail.com



Business Description
The directors of the Company have entered into an agreement to acquire Telesecurity Sciences, Inc. (TSS).
Upon closing of the TSS acquisition, the Company intends to shift its focus for oil and gas to advanced imaging solutions for medical and security imaging devices and systems.


Share Structure:
Outstanding: 71,000,000 a/o November 12, 2015
Float: 53,000,000 a/o November 12, 2015
Authorized: 100,000,000 a/o November 12, 2015



http://www.telesecuritysciences.com/images/pic_logo.png
         
 
http://www.telesecuritysciences.com
     
                                          
Patents:

http://patents.justia.com/assignee/telesecurity-sciences-inc


Government Contracts and Grants:

2011-2015 company received $3,939,500
2013-2015 company received $2,742,440

https://www.usaspending.gov/Pages/AdvancedSearch.aspx


BACKGROUND
TSS founders pioneered in the development of Cardiac CT Scanning since the early 1980s. The first generation Electron Beam CT Scanner (EBCT) developed at Imatron dominated the field of cardiac CT for two decades. TSS has been a collaborator with another company on the development of the first EBCT scanner for checked luggage inspection at airports.
Based on new technology developed over the last several years, it is now possible to design a new 2nd generation EBCT scanner for Cardiac Imaging that will be smaller, less costly, and faster than the original Imatron scanners.
 

 
 

*Imatron EBCT scanners are FDA approved.
*Imatron had $74m revenue before it was acquired by GE for $210m.
http://www.bizjournals.com/milwaukee/stories/2001/12/17/daily34.html
*Imatron was a Nasdaq company which traded up to $8 before it was acquired.
*Founder and CEO of Imatron, is the ceo of Telesecurity Science.
*The first generation of Imatron EBCT scanners is still in use
http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/08/prweb12888314.htm



Imatron EBCT scanners cost between $1,800,000 and $2,200,000.

http://ww1.prweb.com/prfiles/2015/08/04/12888314/gI_149871_C300%20photo.png

Because the new generation EBCT scanners are less costly, faster and smaller, the potential is greater.

Current cardiac CT scanners in the market are too slow for most cardiac imaging work, and depend on the use of invasive beta blockers to slow the heart rate in order to get useable images. This hinders the original goal of cardiac CT which was to offer a less invasive alternative to competing cardiac imaging techniques. As a result the market for cardiac CT scanners has been constrained and only reached approximately 10% of its full potential.

 

About TSS

TSS develops advanced imaging solutions for medical and security imaging devices and systems. TSS is developing unique medical imaging devices for image guided cancer therapy, low-cost, low-dose CT for office screening procedures, and for non-invasive imaging of the heart and coronary arteries. TSS airport security products include automated threat recognition algorithms for cargo, whole body and checkpoint imaging systems including liquid detection as well as electronic unpacking software for CT baggage scanners. The TSS product line includes a common workstation that exploits the emerging DICOS standard for seamless connection to all security imaging systems.
 

TSS Products

TSS has the following medical imaging products under development:


*A unique multi-source X-ray tube based on eBeam technology for real-time tracking of tumor motion during radiation therapy.

*New software and technical approaches that are expected to lead to a new type of low-dose, multi-detector CT scanner that will be at a cost point that permits the use of computerized tomography imaging in the physician’s office as part of routine screening procedures.

*A 2nd generation electron beam CT scanner based on the technology developed for TSS’s Image Guided Radiotherapy product and the Low-cost, low-dose CT scanner product.

 

TSS Security Imaging Products

The following security imaging products are currently being offered by TSS:


*A common workstation used by security screeners, supervisors, and other personnel which is designed to work with all imaging security equipment.

*Software using conventional CT imaging to provide 3D imaging of bags under review by security screeners, allowing the screener to virtually unpack bags, by virtually removing items from the bag.

*Advanced scanner independent automated target recognition software tailored to work with cargo, baggage, and AIT.

*Liquid detection software which automatically analyzes liquids that are run through the X-ray system, and provides an accurate categorization of the liquid in the container.

 

TSS Management and Board of Directors


TSS management and members of its Board of Directors (the “Board”) have distinguished and successful backgrounds in scanning technology. They have been involved in founding a number of successful imaging businesses, including Invision, Imatron, Analogic, Neurologica, Hinnovation, Terarecon, Techniscan, BSD Medical, and Photo Diagnostic Systems.
 

Douglas P. Boyd, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, is an internationally recognized CT expert, in both medical and security fields. He has pioneered the development of fan-beam CT technology, Xenon detector arrays and electron beam tomography (EBT) scanners. He is the founder, Chairman and CEO of Imatron, the producer of EBT scanners, which was acquired by GE Healthcare. He is also a founding member of InVision Technologies, a developer of airport explosive detection systems (EDS). He has served on its board until its acquisition by GE. Dr. Boyd is the Managing Director of Imaging Technology Ventures, Inc., and is also on the boards of Imaging Technology Group, TechniScan, BSD Medical Corporation and HealthAddress.

Dr. Boyd is an Adjunct Professor of Radiology at the University of California, San Francisco and has authored over a hundred scientific papers. He is a frequent invited speaker at universities and symposiums. Dr. Boyd holds thirteen U.S. patents and several others pending.


Bernard M. Gordon M.S., Dr. Gordon is a distinguished businessman and renowned inventor and expert in imaging technology. Dr. Gordon received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has been awarded several honorary degrees in Engineering and Science.

He has founded a number of innovative businesses and many have grown into substantial corporations including Neurologica Corporation, which he co-founded and serves as its President, and Analogic Corporation, which he founded and served as its C.E.O. and President. More recently he founded Photo Diagnostic Systems Inc, a leading company in the PET imaging market and a partner with Telesecurity Sciences in the development of new CT scanning equipment. He remains an active entrepreneurial innovator. Dr. Gordon serves as the Chairman Emeritus of Lahey Clinic Foundation. He serves as a Trustee of Tufts University.

He is considered as the “father of analog to digital conversion” and widely known for his inventions and contributions to signal translation, medical tomography and other high precision instrumentation products and applications. He has received the National Medal of Technology from President Reagan and was elected a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He holds more than 200 patents worldwide.

A lifelong inventor, Dr Gordon’s creations include the fetal monitor, the high speed analog to digital converter, the instant imaging computer aided tomography scanner and Doppler radar. He is the primary architect of the multi slice dual energy computer tomography system that is used in over 1000 eXaminer scanners throughout the world.


Samuel M. Song, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer, received the SB, MS, and Ph.D. degrees from MIT, UCLA and USC, respectively, all in Electrical Engineering. He has over twenty-five years of industrial and academic research and development experience in imaging and image processing systems.

Dr. Song has served on the faculty of the Department of Radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, and on the faulty of School of Electrical Engineering at Korea University, Seoul, Korea. Most recently, he served on the faculty of the College of Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, as an Associate and Full Professor. He has published nearly a hundred scientific papers in international journals and conference proceedings. Dr. Song holds four US patents and has several others pending.


Hui Hu, Ph.D., Chairman of the Board, has over twenty years of experience in medical imaging industry, particularly in multinational, midsize, and startup companies. He was a Senior Physicist at GE Healthcare where he designed several GE flagship products, including the LightSpeed (multi-slice) CT scanner, and received numerous awards. He is the founder, President and CEO of HInnovation, which was acquired by Vital Images.

Dr. Hu is an Associate Adjunct Professor of Radiology at several US medical centers and has published extensively in international journals and conferences. Dr. Hu is an inventor of over forty US patents.


Brian A. Chard, F.C.I.S., Chief Financial Officer is a qualified Accountant and Company Secretary. Mr. Chard is a UK Citizen and is also a Director of one of Telesecurity Sciences’s main stockholders, Global Secure Limited. He has many years experience in raising equity finance and was responsible for the financial management and control of the Belfry Property funds, a series of multi million $ UK commercial property funds . His particular emphasis was on the creation of funding relationships and investor liason.

Mr. Chard has been closely involved in the founding of a number of successful start-up and early stage property development and technology businesses.
 

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#3252   Seeing if anything new came across homelandcannabis.com Don't know sportd 07/18/17 09:16:35 AM
#3251   It's like trying to straighten out used toilet paper. Peggy 07/17/17 12:42:19 PM
#3250   Since the promo out of Germany failed, this waterchaser 07/07/17 07:44:41 PM
#3249   The HMLA promo has been abandoned. waterchaser 06/30/17 07:01:34 PM
#3248   Last one out of HMLA turn out the lights. waterchaser 06/24/17 05:17:48 PM
#3247   Is this overhyped charade still trading? waterchaser 06/20/17 09:44:24 PM
#3246   If you think so. My shares are golden pennystockaholic 06/13/17 05:01:55 AM
#3245   There has been no news...there will be no news. waterchaser 06/12/17 11:26:07 PM
#3244   Yes its building up nice. Not much room pennystockaholic 06/12/17 07:25:42 PM
#3243   With every dump or hit on that ask, sportd 06/12/17 05:05:08 PM
#3242   yup ... :) Den 06/10/17 06:51:37 PM
#3241   Chart is looking and accumulation is building. Love pennystockaholic 06/10/17 03:39:44 PM
#3240   HMLA 2 yrs chart <> Den 06/09/17 03:38:31 AM
#3239   I agree, with pennies it takes time. All pennystockaholic 06/08/17 11:37:19 PM
#3236   HMLA 100m a/s 0.0012 Den 06/08/17 11:13:31 AM
#3235   With penny stocks that is how they move. pennystockaholic 06/07/17 09:27:19 PM
#3234   Since when is down nearly 60% in one Peggy 06/07/17 09:17:40 PM
#3233   I do this full-time, and im happy with pennystockaholic 06/07/17 06:35:47 PM
#3232   How is the company a "real deal"? It's waterchaser 06/07/17 06:06:33 PM
#3231   Company is the real deal. My average is pennystockaholic 06/07/17 06:03:41 PM
#3230   There is no company here. Only a scam waterchaser 06/07/17 05:52:52 PM
#3229   Not convinced, my shares I'm keeping. $HMLA will pennystockaholic 06/07/17 05:48:21 PM
#3228   The problem is.... waterchaser 06/07/17 05:40:36 PM
#3227   Smart to hold. Why not ? With this pennystockaholic 06/07/17 04:38:56 PM
#3226   yah sportd ... waiting for a long time Den 06/07/17 09:57:48 AM
#3225   Sounds like a good plan. Peggy 06/07/17 09:57:45 AM
#3224   Let's just say I ain't buying this crap. waterchaser 06/07/17 09:55:11 AM
#3223   OK, that makes it a scam right? Peggy 06/07/17 09:52:58 AM
#3222   They pretend to own MJ property in CA. waterchaser 06/07/17 09:51:06 AM
#3221   The way big groups run stocks these days sportd 06/07/17 09:47:39 AM
#3220   low ss - one of these days - Den 06/07/17 08:48:45 AM
#3219   Welcome to penny land. I seen stocks go pennystockaholic 06/06/17 03:34:22 PM
#3218   Massive volume today. 2 whole shares! Peggy 06/06/17 12:59:35 PM
#3217   Why so? Is it a scam? Peggy 06/06/17 05:25:34 AM
#3216   Ok and I'm going to stay close. I pennystockaholic 06/06/17 04:46:44 AM
#3215   Actually Peggy, my sources say steer clear of waterchaser 06/05/17 09:40:40 PM
#3214   It is anything but low risk. Peggy 06/05/17 09:25:24 PM
#3213   Stocks go up and down. Lol that is pennystockaholic 06/05/17 08:28:14 PM
#3211   HMLA just can't get any love. waterchaser 06/05/17 07:21:46 PM
#3210   Nope I'm not selling. The true value of pennystockaholic 06/05/17 06:50:07 PM
#3209   HMLA is a go nowhere stock. waterchaser 06/05/17 06:36:17 PM
#3208   This is a low risk high reward stock. pennystockaholic 06/05/17 06:34:31 PM
#3207   It's also a worthless scam. Peggy 06/05/17 05:44:21 PM
#3202   That's what I thought. Peggy 06/05/17 01:49:30 PM
#3200   There's never been a locked float on the waterchaser 06/05/17 01:20:32 PM
#3199   Float ain't locked. Peggy 06/05/17 01:15:36 PM
#3198   Thanks. That's what I figured. Peggy 06/05/17 01:14:57 PM
#3197   Load the boat and back up the truck waterchaser 06/05/17 01:01:41 PM
#3196   Lol not enough shares buddy. Unless you want pennystockaholic 06/05/17 12:41:31 PM
#3195   Wow, down 62%. Should I average down? Peggy 06/05/17 10:52:50 AM
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