Little-Known Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX-V: SIM); (OTCQX: SYATF) Brings Game-Changing Technology to Market at Precisely the Right Time
A potentially massive disruption appears to be underway in the rapidly-growing cellular communications hardware market.
One microcap company appears perfectly positioned to take advantage of a significant technological “sea change” that is now unfolding by bringing a revolutionary new technology to market.
In fact, this little-known company has created an entirely new market by developing the first in-vehicle smartphone specifically designed for emergency response and commercial vehicles.
That company is Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX-V: SIM); (OTCQX: SYATF) – a leading global developer and provider of Push-to-Talk (PTT/PoC) systems for enterprise customers, specializing in connected vehicle products for professional fleets.
Siyata Mobile’s mission is to provide the highest quality and most technologically advanced mobile communication devices for global corporate workforces, fleets, emergency response vehicles and first responders.
By developing a single unit that does what it used to take four or five different devices to accomplish, Siyata Mobile is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the demand from fleet operators and emergency services to move away from antiquated technologies and to more modern, digital Push-to-Talk technology.
And with a significant first-mover advantage, this Company is now perfectly positioned to take advantage of a major technology megatrend.
Here’s how this scenario is unfolding…
Siyata Mobile is First-to-Market with Technology for the Commercial Vehicle Category
There are now more than 10 million commercial vehicles in North America…and those vehicles are plagued by antiquated communications.
Many, of these commercial vehicles are still using land-mobile radio – a technology that has been around for over 50 years for dispatch (think old-school communication).
Just as you would have a polycom phone for office conference rooms, Siyata Mobile Inc. now offers a multi-purpose device specifically for commercial vehicles.
This device – the Uniden® UV350 – is the world’s first and only 4G/LTE dedicated in-vehicle smartphone.
Enabled with Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (PoC), data applications and more, the UV350 is specifically designed for commercial vehicles ensuring safer communications for professional drivers.
Commercial vehicles have specific needs that do not come into play in consumer vehicles, including background noise in delivery trucks, police cars or other emergency vehicles.
In fact, distracted driving is now the #1 risk on North American roads, contributing to 8 in 10 collisions…and 9% of fatal crashes in the United States in 2017 were reported as distraction-affected crashes.
So it’s clear that the drivers of these critically-important vehicles need a device that is designed to work well in that environment – without causing distraction.
Potentially Massive Market Opportunity for Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX-V: SIM); (OTCQX: SYATF)
The shift away from antiquated technologies in commercial vehicles is already underway.
And with over 13 million commercial and emergency vehicles combined in the United States alone that potentially need to replace their outdated technologies with Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (PoC), Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX-V: SIM); (OTCQX: SYATF) brings its game-changing UV350 device to market at precisely the right time.
Siyata Mobile’s new technology – which combines the functionality of a number of devices into one product much the way smartphones have done – can also open up significant new revenue streams for North American cellular networks in the likes of AT&T, Bell Mobility, and more.
That’s because – by combining this functionality onto a single device – a greater amount of annual airtime and data charges will now be available for those networks.
So these large cellular networks are actually greatly incentivized to help roll out Siyata Mobile’s new technology to as many commercial and emergency vehicles as possible in the months ahead.
What makes this scenario even more remarkable is that Siyata Mobile is the only company in the market with this technology.
The company is bringing to market a technology that allows large cellular companies access to much larger amounts of airtime and data charges…provides greater efficiency and effectiveness to commercial and emergency vehicle drivers…
And they’re the only game in town.
Siyata Mobile Has Already Established Tier 1 Partnerships in North America…With More Potentially on the Way
In order to capture a larger share of this potentially massive market, Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX-V: SIM); (OTCQX: SYATF) has recently moved from a direct sales model – where the company sold to individual companies providing communications in their fleet vehicles – to an indirect sales model focused on selling to wireless carriers.
In addition, Siyata Mobile is working on an agreement with an additional Tier 1 U.S. cellular company, that will provide an even larger base for potential sales for Siyata’s game-changing technology.
The Company also enjoys a significant first-to-market advantage, having installed over 200,000 devices into vehicles over the last seven years giving them the crucial experience to deal with first responder and enterprise workers.
Since developing the world’s first 3G connected vehicle device back in 2012, Siyata Mobile Inc. has been a pioneer in the industry, launching the world’s first 4G LTE all-in-one fleet communications device in 2018.
The First Commercial Vehicle Device to Work on the New, Dedicated First Responder’s Band
In response to these unpredictable times, the United States has established a dedicated First Responder’s Band.
FirstNet is the nationwide, wireless communications platform dedicated to America’s first responders and public safety community. It operates on a physically separate, dedicated core network from commercial core networks.
Purpose-built for public safety, the FirstNet core can only be accessed via a FirstNet SIM card.
The Uniden 350, now certified as FirstNet ReadyTM, is approved to accept a FirstNet SIM right out of the box.
Siyata Mobile’s agreement with AT&T appears set to make the Uniden UV350 the first dedicated in-vehicle device that will work on the new First Responder’s Band that is being established for vehicles such as police cars, fire trucks and ambulances.
Plus, with built-in Band 14 access, the Uniden UV350 will allow FirstNet users to enjoy even greater coverage and capacity as the nationwide Band 14 build-out progresses.
Band 14, licensed by First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet), is a broadband network dedicated to nationwide public safety. First responders have priority on the network, which will provide coverage in urban and rural areas.
FirstNet is a significant investment in the communications infrastructure that public safety is in need of. The network will provide a separate communications channel for first responders’ day-to-day operations, disaster response and recovery, and providing security for large events.
Siyata Mobile’s Uniden® UV 350 is compatible on Band 14 and is designed to provide a safer solution to in-vehicle communication.
It’s important to keep in mind that AT&T was awarded a $100 billion contract to establish and build out the FirstNet First Responder’s Network.
That award came with a number of targets and quotas that AT&T will be eager to meet…and with Siyata Mobile offering the only technology of its kind, it seems likely that Siyata’s technology figures to be a large part of AT&T’s plans for FirstNet.
Significant Potential Upside Scenario for Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX-V: SIM); (OTCQX: SYATF)
With more than 13 million commercial and emergency vehicles potentially in need of this new technology – at a cost of nearly $1,000 per device – the “blue sky” potential for a company like this is extremely attractive.
But let’s take a more conservative approach.
If, for example, Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX-V: SIM); (OTCQX: SYATF) were to sell just 100,000 units per year…that would translate into roughly $100 million in revenue for a company whose shares currently trade for well under a dollar.
Keep in mind…100,000 units are just a drop in the bucket – roughly 1.5% of the opportunity the Company has with AT&T. And that’s not even considering the Company’s plans to soon launch with another Tier 1 US cellular carrier.
As highlighted in the company’s investor presentation, Siyata estimates over $85+ million topline revenue by 2021.
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