As an advanced technology company, Dotz is engaged in the business of developing, manufacturing and commercialising tagging, tracing and verification solutions.
Since January this year, the company has signed several contracts totalling $4.3 million, including a $2.2 million contract with TT Medical for PPE authentication across eight countries and a $1.53 million deal with Universal Exports Group to authenticate up to 100 million face masks.
Chairman Bernie Brookes AM said: “The impact of COVID-19 has brought to the fore the need for companies to authenticate and secure their products and supply chains.
“Dotz has had a strong start to 2020 with signed commercial agreements of $4.3 million (US$3.1 million) to date and several additional pipeline opportunities being progressed.
“These contracts, together with our growing sales pipeline, provide strong momentum for future sales growth.
“Alongside this, while PPE is a current focus, we continue to progress negotiations with potential customers within the broader anti-counterfeiting, product liability and oil and gas markets.”
PPE authentication sales
The prevailing COVID-19 situation boosted the demand for authenticating Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) kits across the world and Dotz responded to the opportunity by developing a two-factor authentication solution.
In Q2 2020, Dotz signed a US$1 million (A$1.53 million) commercial agreement with Hong Kong-based Universal Exports Group (UEG) to mark up to 100 million medical face masks with its newly developed PPE authentication solution.
Phase one of this agreement has been completed with Dotz authenticating 30 million face masks in May.
The remaining 70 million masks will be authenticated under the second phase of the agreement, subject to customer demand.
Dotz CEO Uzi Breier said: “Our focus on providing solutions for PPE authentication has been successful and is rapidly gaining momentum.
“This builds on our end-to-end technology enabling product verification throughout the supply chain, providing quality assurance to essential healthcare and frontline workers globally who rely on good quality products to perform at high standards, as well as the general public.”
Order from plastic compounder
During Q1 of 2020, the company signed a two-year US$100,000 (A$166,000) frame purchase order with a leading Switzerland-based plastic compounder, with an advance payment of US$10,000 already made.
The compounder will sell Dotzs ValiDotz security markers to its customers as an anti-counterfeiting solution inserted during the plastic compounding process.
Its non-toxic security markers can be cost-effectively embedded directly into polymers during the compounding or injection moulding process and do not affect the properties or appearance of the plastic.
Clinical trials and pilots
During H1 2020, Dotz secured Letters of Intent for in-hospital clinical trials of its portable and real-time virus detection technology on confirmed COVID-19 patients.
The clinical trial will be carried out in partnership with the globally recognised Sheba Medical Centre in Israel and Brazilian genetic and analytics company FullDNA.
Similar to a roadside drug test, Dotzs virus detection technology is less invasive and, if successful, will be a major step towards enabling detection of viruses in real-time and on-site.
A pilot program to verify effective surface sanitation is also underway with Israels largest manufacturer, supplier and developer of detergent intermediates and cleaning products -Zohar-Dalia Cooperative Agricultural Association.
Under this program, Dotzs ValiDotz markers are being inserted into 1,000 litres of disinfectant materials to trace and verify the proper spread of disinfectant on surfaces in real-time.
Deal with TT Medical Turkey
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