Meet the Game Changing Technology That Could Change the Way We Watch Sports on Television
BRKK’s iSEE REFCAM Technology Is Revolutionizing Sports Broadcasting…Today the NHL…Tomorrow?
7 MAJOR CATALYSTS THAT COULD DRIVE BRKK IN 2017.
#1: The IPO market has shown us the way. Camera technologies are hot right now…GoPRO was oversubscribed and its stock shot up as soon as the public became aware of it, providing HUGE PROFITS to early investors. Last month SNAPCHAT IPO’d and was priced well above their target, and moved up from there as soon as its stock was available to the public, making early investors HUGE PROFITS. BRK’s stock, trading under the symbol BRKK is now available for purchase and the public is just becoming aware of it…and could provide early investors with HUGE PROFITS.
#2: BRK, Inc, (BRKK) has purchased and owns all the intellectual property and patents that make the iSee RefCAM work.
#3: The iSee Pro helmet is the first camera of its kind that can wirelessly broadcast events through the camera circuit board. We’re not talking about just wifi…we’re talking about full broadcast capability!
#4: The company’s sophisticated vision systems will assist the broadcasting industry to broadcast wirelessly countless sporting event of the local, national and international markets. iSee will take the audience from an observation point of view and to allow them to become a part of the sporting experience through incredible first person point of view perspectives. This technology could transform BRKK into a sports and entertainment behemoth!
#5: In January 2016 the “iSEE Refcam” at the NHL All-Star game in Nashville, TN, USA. The successful launch began what’s being referred to as a revolution in the broadcasting and sport entertainment industries.
#6: BRKK already has their foot in the door with the NHL through their affiliation with Rogers Media (NYSE: RCI), a 19.7Billion Company.
#7: BRKK Stock is trading under .40 RIGHT NOW. Just pennies on the dollar compared to it’s competitors. A small cap stock about to break out?
Sportsnet.ca is owned by Rogers Media, a New York Stock Exchange Company. Starting last season the company signed a 12 year $5.2 Billion deal with the NHL for the rights to carry all the national games. Cameras have been purchased and are already being used for broadcasting with this unique and one of a kind technology.
Pioneers of innovative technologies often end up being savaged by new competitors. For example,Apple didn’t invent the smartphone but it knocked out early leaders such as Blackberry
The GoPro was an idea to tether a camera to the wrists of athletes. It is now a $2.1 Billion company and the founder just made Forbes Billionaires lists.
The GoPro IPO’d back in June of 2014 at a share price of $24. There was such a frenzy that the company raised over $425 Million initially and the stock ran to $92.00 a share in just 3 months.
BUT EVEN ALL THIS…. CAN’T DO WHAT THE ISEE CAMERA TECHNOLOGY CAN DO…
The GoPro and Snapchat stock prices prove that Wall Street, Investors and Consumers are all bullish about new camera technologies. Snapchat isn’t even a camera company…its a social messenging company but still billed itself as a camera compay…Wait until they find out about BRK’s BROADCAST READY HELMET CAMERA TECHNOLOGY…
You see, BRK’s technology has one MAJOR advantage over the GoPro……. IT BROADCASTS WIRELESSLY TO LIVE TELEVISION.
Now I know you’re asking, how did a small company like BRK Inc. end up with the patents to this technology…its one of the funniest business stories ever.
MEET THE COMPANY
The patents were developed by iSeeAutomation, Inc. a Canadian based company, established in 2014 that operates throughout North America. iSeeAutomation has been involved since its inception with major industries, developing, manufacturing and installing high efficient vision guided robotic automation solutions that are used to ensure consistent product quality in many manufacturing processes.
One day, iSee’s founder, Chris Stramacchia was fooling around with his kids – playing hockey in their driveway. He thought it would help his kids to see what they were doing and attached a camera onto their helmets. His uncle came over later and thought…wow. Convinced they had a great idea, they utilized some contacts and found themselves showing this crudely made device to executives with Rogers…and were promptly laughed out of the office. The executives did say, however, that if the design was refined, and (this is the important part) able to broadcast to live TV (who wants to watch the shot after the game?) they could come back.
Little did the executives realize that giving Chris a challenge, almost a dare, was what made Chris tick.
Six months later, Chris had his prototype and got the trial he needed.
In January 2016 the “iSee Refcam” at the NHL All-Star game in Nashville, TN, USA.
Since then, BRK has broadcast All Star Games, NHL Regular Season Games, The World Cup of Hockey, and the Centennial Game.
THE ACTION CAMERA PHENOMENON – A NEW GROWTH INDUSTRY IN THE MAKING
The Action Camera Industry is still an emerging growth market that is still relatively new but has currently an estimated market size of over $20 billion. The action cameras are used to capture extreme action sports or activities and can capture high-speed and high-quality images. The average cameras are incapable of capturing high-speed actions and are not designed for rugged conditions, including extreme weather. By contrast, action cameras are compact, lightweight, designed for rugged conditions, and can be worn by the person or mounted on vehicles.
In 2014 alone, over 5 million units of action cameras were sold worldwide, giving fair market evaluation of over $2 billion. The market explosion is due to the fact that the market of digital cameras in general has been shrinking from over 120 million units in 2010 to under 50 million units in 2014.
POTENTIAL MARKETS FOR BRKK TO TAKE THEIR TECHNOLOGY THROUGH AND MAKE AN IMPACT
- Minor and major league baseball
- College and professional basketball
- Unmanned aerial systems Drones
- The medical Field
- Law enforcement
- Security and public safety.
The company’s professional market is represented by professional major corporations that are in the global broadcasting media industry and major league sports organizations such as college, professional hockey and football franchises. The company expects to attain and retain over 80% of the broadcasting and sport entertainments market targets.
A PLAYER IN TWO $20 BILLION INDUSTRIES: ONE ESTABLISHED, ONE EMERGING, BOTH GROWING!
BRKK is already a player in the sports broadcast industry. An established market with a proven product already geared for success because of fan acceptance. On the industrial (read high dollar) side, BRK Inc. already has a first mover advantage in the broadcast industry with its patented technology.
But it gets better…
The market of the action cameras is experiencing rapid growth and is attracting many new players. The entry of new players is expected to have a subsequent effect on the price, features, and quality of action cameras. The technical and economical conditions mentioned above are expected to be beneficial for consumers, as action camera with enhanced quality and features are expected to be available at low prices. An increase in the number of new vendors is one of the major trends in the market.
The popularity of social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, is one of the major drivers of the Global Action Camera market.
- End-users share images and videos of their sports activities captured through action cameras on these sites, thus increasing the demand for the action cameras.
- Vendors also quickly provide advanced product features to give an enriching customer experience, all of which will help to boost sales of action cameras.
- Moreover, the popularity of smartphones is one of the major growth inhibitors. The declining prices of smartphones, coupled with enhanced features that offer better image and video quality, are the main factors responsible for the popularity of smartphones.
Imagine watching your favorite sports from a referee’s point-of-view…in fact, why imagine it, just watch this video shot at the NHL All-Star game in Nashville:
Together with iSee Automation, BRKK is already working on its consumer products. I expect we’ll hear about them in the very near future. And when we do…
What do you think will happen to the stock?? With just a little over 48 milliion shares outstanding (and that includes the CEO’s restricted control block), I’d expect it to move higher…
SOCIAL MEDIA ACCEPTANCE GOING VIRAL
If you hadn’t heard of Twitter before, I’m sure you’re aware of it now. Just do a search under #Refcam and you’ll see all the positive comments about this incredible product – some people claim it takes better video than the quarter million dollar standard broadcast cameras! And its the same whether you search Google, Yahoo, Bing, or even Facebook. The fans and critics simply love this product! And now you can be a shareholder in the company that holds the exclusive intellectual property to make all this happen!
BRKK is an exciting new story that could be one of the most attractive ground floor opportunities in the microcap arena. There are countless catalysts for BRKK to emerge on the OTC. Right now the company is just trading at a fraction of a dollar. As details emerge and BRKK becomes better known to Wall Street we think that the company could attract a lot of attention. Its a small company, and that’s a risk…but as in life, we all need some risk in our portfolios or, much like life, we stagnate.
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