Outstanding 200,000,000 (May 23,2011)
America's Emergency Network is designed to link Emergency Operations Centers (EOC's) in cities, towns, counties, school boards, and other government entities with the general public, media outlets, first responders, and other government agencies by syndicating live video streams to subscribing media websites. The system is designed to send live and recorded video feeds of news briefings by emergency coordinators or other public officials issued at any government facility in any location over the internet to the public and the media instantly. The design of the system includes a satellite component so it will continue to operate before and after disasters, even when telephone, cell phone, and terrestrial internet systems have failed. In addition, during short-fuse emergencies (tanker accidents, bio-hazards, etc.), America's Emergency Network is designed to provide an instant-communications link directly to all subscribing media outlets. With AEN deployed nationally, critical information would reach the public much sooner since all subscribing media outlets would receive the video feeds at once.
AEN is marketing its video-syndication service, including live and recorded information on hurricane activity, to television and newspaper websites across the country through a third-party. In addition video feeds are distributed on iPhone apps sold through third-party marketing efforts.
Share StructureAuthorized Shares: 950 millionIssued/Outstanding: 190,949,124 (sept 30, 2010)Float: ?? America's Emergency Network, LLC, a subsidiary of Brampton Crest International, Inc. (OTCBB: BRCI), today announced that it was awarded first place in the prestigious ITFlorida competition in the category of Government Technology Leadership-Private Division, certifying AEN's emergence as a leader in the state's information technology industry.
Sponsored by ITFlorida, a public-private partnership that assists the state's congressional delegation, the governor, the legislature and others, the awards honor notable achievements within Florida's information technology industry.
Finalists in other categories included Honeywell, Citrix, Florida Atlantic University, Florida Power & Light and other prominent companies and organizations.
"We were deeply honored by our selection as a finalist and we are very proud of winning this award, which shows once again how far AEN has come in such a short time," said Bryan Norcross, AEN's president and chief executive officer.
The awards were distributed during an October 6, 2008 Awards Gala in Orlando. The group was addressed by Sandy Baruah, administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, U.S Senator Bill Nelson and other notable speakers.
ITFlorida serves the state as an umbrella organization, comprised of both public and private technology leaders; and advocates for sound public policy to the Governor, the Legislature, and Enterprise Florida on technology issues and initiatives. http://www.itflorida.com/wb2/
America's Emergency Network was designed by Bryan Norcross, former hurricane analyst for the CBS network, and Max Mayfield, former director of the National Hurricane Center. AEN's goal is to be sure that every emergency manager, whether from a large county or a small town, has an outlet to reach the public, the media and other government officials. The satellite-based AEN system is designed to continue to work after a disaster when power lines, phone lines, cell phone towers and terrestrial Internet systems are knocked out. Note: All emergency messages transmitted through the AEN system fully conform to CAP, the FEMA-mandated national protocol for creating and sending emergency messages.
About Brampton Crest:
Brampton Crest International, Inc. is a publicly traded company which recently acquired America's Emergency Network, LLC (http://emergency.info). Brampton also owns and operates a wholly owned finance subsidiary.