WHO WE ARE
Sense Technologies Inc. is a developer and marketer of driver aids for the automotive industry. The Company’s original product, the GuardianAlert®, is a highly versatile, cost effective and extremely user- friendly backing awareness system. It alerts a vehicle operator to the presence of obstacles in blind spots that exist behind virtually all vehicles.
The ScopeOut® product is a system of specially designed mirrors in an aerodynamic, high-tech design which are placed at specific points on automobiles and SUVs to offer drivers more complete protection from vehicle blind spots while backing out, changing lanes or merging in traffic flows.
Guardian Alert EZ Connect // Guardian Alert Direct Connect // Guardian Alert License Plate Frame // Guardian Alert Bumper Mount // Scope Out SUV Model // Scope Out Car Model
BRUCE E. SCHREINER , CPA. Mr. Schreiner has been a Director of Sense since August 10, 1993 and the President and Chief Executive Officer of Sense since March 4, 2004 . Mr. Schreiner is responsible for all financial matters customarily related to Sense’s operations and serves as the general manager of Sense. Mr. Schreiner received a Bachelor of Arts Degree, from Hastings College in 1975, graduating magna cum laude, with majors in Economics and Business Administration with an emphasis in accounting. Mr. Schreiner has been a certified public accountant since November 1976, to the present. Mr. Schreiner is presently a partner in Schroeder & Schreiner, P.C., a certified public accounting firm.
JAMES R. IMAN. Mr. Iman is currently associated with Corporate Finance Consulting Services of Fort Worth, Texas. He studied Business and Economics at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls Texas . He has extensive experience in business, and has had past associations with First DFW Bankers Investment Banking Group, HRM (Division of Halliburton), and NCR, among others.
BRIAN BANGS, Director. Mr. Bangs received a Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration Degree with an emphasis in accounting from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1999 and a Master's of Professional Accountancy Degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2000. Mr. Bangs is presently a partner in Bangs & Stewart, CPAs, LLC that he co-founded in 2000.
BEV HUMMEL, Secretary. Bev Hummel has practiced in the professional field of accounting three years as a private accountant and ten years as a business owner. She is currently a staff accountant for Campbell, Higgins & Associates PC, CPA Firm, in Spencer, Iowa.
Bev has been involved with financial statement preparation, business and individual tax preparation, general ledger and payroll preparation, and quarterly and yearly payroll tax reports.
Bev graduated from Spencer High School in Spencer Iowa, and with honors from the American Institute of Business in Des Moines, Iowa with an Associates Degree in Computer Programming and Accounting.
About Sense Technologies
Sense Technologies holds patent rights covered by U.S. Patent numbers 4,803,488, RE 34773, 5,0828,920, and RE 40,878 on an automotive Doppler radar system that alerts drivers to potential hazards while backing. The products intellectual property is protected by state-of-the-art encryption technology as well. The Guardian Alert® Doppler Awareness System has a sensor that mounts at the rear of a vehicle and a warning indicator inside the vehicle. The system is maintenance free and can detect objects behind a backing vehicle in all weather and lighting conditions. The product can be fitted on existing vehicles as well as new cars and trucks. Thousands of Guardian Alert systems are in use on commercial fleets as well as on passenger vehicles today.
The ScopeOut® product is generally covered by US Patent Number 6,715,893, 6,799,857, 6,979,059, 7,780,899, and various other patents are currently pending. DETAILS
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Sector: Consumer Goods
Industry: Auto Parts
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Sense Technologies, Inc., and AWTI 3rd Eye MobileVision Exclusive Partnership
Grand Island, NE -- December 22, 2015 -- InvestorsHub NewsWire -- Sense Technologies, Inc. (OTC PINK: SNSGF
) the developers of Doppler based radar obstacle detection systems for accident prevention due to blind zones, re-stated today its exclusive partnership agreement AWTI 3rd Eye MobileVision/Alliance Wireless Technologies, Inc.. AWTI will exclusively represent the company in the design, deployment and sales of radar based technology within all commercial vehicle markets worldwide.
“Alliance Wireless Technology is an industry leading company that has allowed us to enter and secure sales to national accounts within the $50 Billion waste collection service industry,” said Mr. Bruce Schreiner, CEO.
Alliance Wireless Technologies, Inc.,(AWTI), a Houston based company, AWTI - 3rd Eye MobileVision™, was formed in 2001 with a vision to manufacture the most advanced and reliable safety technology equipment for their valued customers. AWTI has earned their outstanding reputation by focusing on customers' needs and exceeding their expectations. AWTI accomplishes this through the relentless pursuit of manufacturing the highest quality "Severe Duty" products in the marketplace.
AWTI’s focus on performance, reliability and customer service ensures dependable performance day in and day out. AWTI commits every day to driving down costs and passing these savings to customers by constantly staying on the cutting edge of new technologies. 3rd Eye MobileVision™ is without question the industry leader for mobile video/back up camera systems, vehicle recording, fleet tracking, backing radar/object detection alarms, tire pressure monitoring systems and event triggered driver behavioral monitoring. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO
Sense Technologies Enters the $49 Billion Waste Collection Services Industry With a Commercial Vehicle Safety Solution Aimed at Saving Lives
GRAND ISLAND, NE--(Marketwired - December 07, 2015) - Sense Technologies, Inc. (OTC PINK: SNSFG) announced today that it is entering the $49 Billion waste collection service industry with safety solutions for blind spot detection systems aimed at saving lives.
The average American produces over 4 pounds of trash per day. That's more than enough waste to fill over 65,000 garbage trucks daily. It is estimated that there are over 185,000 garbage trucks running in the United States.
"We understand the unique challenges and blind spots created by refuse trucks. Our products assist drivers in facing these challenges as they navigate alleys, busy streets, and tight turns," said Mr. Bruce Schreiner, CEO.
Depending on the type, garbage trucks can cost an average of $130,000 to $235,000 per unit. Municipalities can spent millions a year to purchase and maintain a fleet of vehicles to service their communities.
In 2013 there were over 15,000 fatality accidents over a five-year period. According to the survey of over 22,000 trucks, garbage trucks were the third leading cause of fatalities with an average 5.12 death per every 100 million miles driven.
According to the National Institute for Occupational Health, solid waste collection continues to have the fifth highest fatality rate in the United States -- 40.7 fatalities per 100,000 workers. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO
Sense Technologies Updates Its Website and Prepares Its Marketing Campaign to Go After the $2.8 Billion Blind Spot Detection System Market
GRAND ISLAND, NE--(Marketwired - November 20, 2015) - Sense Technologies, Inc. (OTC PINK: SNSGF) announced today that it is updating its website www.sensetech.com as it further prepares its participation in the $2.8 Billion blind spot detection system market.
"We are getting ready for a major marketing campaign that will highlight the Guardian Alert and Scope Out, two outstanding blind spot detection products, aimed at saving lives with affordable solutions," said Bruce Schreiner, CEO.
Automotive safety systems have become advanced, sophisticated and efficient over a period of time. Today, the automotive industry is more inclined toward the use of advanced technologies to reduce the number of accidents and to mitigate the impact of accidents on occupants. The recent increase in the acceptance of both governments and consumers toward safety attributes of vehicles is one of the major drivers for the automotive safety systems market.
According to research by the advocacy group kidsandcars.org, back up collisions was the leading cause (34%) for U.S. non-traffic fatalities of children under 15 from 2006 - 2010.
The US Centers for Disease Control reported that from 2001-2003, an estimated 7,475 children under the age of 15 were treated for automobile back-over incidents. About 300 fatalities per year result from back up accidents.
"Time and time again, our Guardian Alert has proven to be a highly versatile, cost effective and extremely user-friendly backing awareness system. It alerts a vehicle operator to the presence of obstacles in blind spots that exist behind virtually all vehicles," continued Mr. Schreiner.
"Our Scope Out product is indeed a new vision for drivers because the system of specially-designed mirrors in an aerodynamic, high-tech design which are placed at exterior points on automobiles to offer the driver a more complete and heretofore unachieved view backing out of a parking spot or garage or when changing lanes or merging in traffic flows," ended Mr. Schreiner.
The Blind Spot Detection system market in terms of value is projected to grow $2.8 Billion by 2019 at a healthy CAGR of 22.8% from 2014 to 2019.
In the coming years, the increasing demand for luxury cars in the regions such as Europe and Asia Pacific, mainly in China, India and Japan, is expected to further drive the market. Germany, the U.K., and the U.S. are expected to be the largest market for automotive blind spot detection systems. Developing countries like China, Russia, Brazil, and Mexico are expected to have high growth rate in the demand for automotive BSD systems from 2014 to 2019.
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