CEO Update - November 2016

Dear Shareholders,
This is a very interesting time for CurAegis™ which complicates the writing of this report. I have to balance the excitement that we feel and the successes that we have had with the cautious guidance that things don’t always turn out the way one thinks they will. That being said, I will do my best to communicate where we are at this time.
Aegis™ Pump & Motor: As you know, our tests at MSOE (Milwaukee School of Engineering) went well. We have subsequently setup meetings with prospective users. One of the largest potential customers has asked us to produce a production prototype motor for them. They have given us their specifications and we are preparing to deliver it in July of 2017. There are 3 objectives that we want to achieve: higher efficiency, lower cost and a smaller, lighter package. The potential customer has given us their desired parameters and priorities of each and we are confident we can meet them. We are also hiring an industry consultant who will be taking us into other very large potential customers in the next few months. Again, I want to express caution in that any new technology has risks.
CURA™ System: We have completed our validation studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder and the University of Rochester Medical Center. To say they were great may be an understatement. We can now state that we can predict a person’s fatigue level, at close to laboratory accuracy, in real-time. To our knowledge, we are the only technology in the world that can do this. Both our management and our Scientific Advisory Board are excited with the results. We will be releasing and distributing white papers and peer reviews over the next few months. These are to be used in peer reviewed publications, journals, magazines, professional conferences and sales initiatives. We will publish them on our website when they are ready. This should open up many doors and create even more excitement for us in all of our 9 verticals:
  1. Trucking and Heavy Equipment
  2. Busing
  3. Aviation
  4. Medical (hospitals, nursing homes, homecare companies)
  5. Municipal (Counties and States for police, fire, EMT, 911 operators, plow drivers, etc.)
  6. Federal (military, air traffic control, etc.)
  7. General Corporate
  8. Sports Science (college and professional)
  9. Students
We have hired four sales Vice Presidents in Trucking, Busing, Aviation and Municipalities over the last five months. They have already amassed a large volume of sales opportunities. I will caution that these are not sales or commitments, but organizations that have expressed interest. Now that we will have validations and production level myCadian™ watches, we hope to convert these into sales. We are also in discussions with government agencies, insurance companies and potential partners both nationally and internationally. As of today, we are in the final phases of our internal trials and anticipate the kick-off of our eight beta trials starting in December. We expect these trials to show:
  1. User acceptance – The user understands the benefits, learns from and enjoys the experience.
  2. Ease of implementation – Our client companies do not have to do any “heavy lifting” to start distributing and benefiting from the technology.
  3. Efficacy of the technology – that the client companies should benefit from higher productivity, lower absenteeism, fewer mistakes and accidents and have a happier, healthier employee population.
If all goes well, we should launch in January or February and start shipping in the second quarter of 2017.
As always, we are grateful for your patience and understanding through the years and hope we will justify both.  

Richard A. Kaplan 

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