COMPANY NEWS AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT UPDATES:
January 2019 Due to funding limitations and other business interests, EAS has decided to remain involved in the future development of the technology but rather than continuing to move forward on
its own and incurring ongoing expenditures, EAS will seek outside investors to bring this technology to automobile manufacturers by providing an announcement to the CEO of each
major manufacturer. This decision is based on a combination of budgetary necessities and the companies humanitarian contribution to the global markets of technology that will benefit
every EMT, Police Officer, Fire Fighter and life-saving professionals who must use public roadways to access emergencies and save the lives of those in jeopardy. The decision was
made to revive the company and the technology we set aside when we lost support from the US DOT and DOJ. The harsh 2019 Winter weather had had a sever impact on Emergency
Vehicle accidents and Law Enforcement and First Responder injuries and fatalities.
April 2018 EAS announces new technology to deliver its safety technology through the utilization Smartphones, thereby eliminating hardware devices originally required to send and received the
Emergency Alert Warning signals. Due to regular and continual requests from the deaf and hearing impaired community, EAS decided to forge ahead without waiting for further cooperation
from the US DOT or governmental bodies. In addition, there has been a tremendous increase in 2018 accidents involving Police pursuits which often result in other vehicles becoming
involved due to drivers unaware of the Police pursuit that is unfolding behind them.
January 2018 Following Secretary Foxx's February 2016 announcement (below), no further action or interest in EAS technology or other safety technology developments and our contacts at the US
DOT and US DOJ and the NTSB could no longer be reached. Mr. Foxx, with great regret, displayed no interest in life saving technology for Law Enforcement and First Responders.
October 2016 NHTSA announces "ROAD TO ZERO FATALITIES" program aimed at reducing highway fatalities. The year 2015 marked the largest increase in traffic deaths since 1966. Traffic
fatalities for the first half of 2016 increased 10.4% over 2015.
February 2016 Following consideration of the growing direction of driverless cars, the lack of progress being made by the US DOT and the ongoing increase in First Responder fatalities tied to accidents
caused by drivers not aware of Emergency Vehicles with lights and sirens activated, the Company has resumed with its objective to bring this technology to market with tests in two
selected areas with restricted outside traffic.
letter announcing EAS can deploy such safety technology today. Note: Secretary of Transportation, Anthony. Foxx failed to take the actions stated in his Press Release and abandoned the
EAS development program involvement with the US DOT.
April 2014 The Company has entered into an agreement with the University of Utah's Center for Engineering Innovation to plan the Pilot Test scheduled for Logan, Utah. The pilot program, real-life
test of the Company's technology involved Logan Law Enforcement, City Administration, Highway Patrol, and Utah State University students, along with private citizen vehicles.
March 2014 The Company has filed its third provisional patent for its improved EAS Alert Signaling as well as for additional technology applications.
earlier. Note: This did not happen. Sec. Foxx, failed to take the necessary action regarding V2V or Enhanced Emergency Vehicle Alerts Technology as he proclaimed he would do.
1/10/14 The Board of Directors appoint Company founder, Raymond Cannefax, as President and Chairman of EAS.
12/15/13 Robert Mercer announced his resignation from the Company's role as CEO and Chairman. He will remain involved with the company as an adviser, joining the team of advisers who aid the
company in bringing this life saving product to market.
10/31/13 US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, announces to Company their research into technology to prevent motorists from hitting stopped Law Enforcement and Emergency
Vehicles. We have offered US DOJ full
9/30/13 The Company announces Robert B. Mercer as the Company's CEO and Chairman. Company technologies now address additional safety issues such as the welfare of children transported by
School Buses, Highway Worker Safety, School Zone Warning Alerts, Cautionary Signage Alerts employed within Caution Signs. With our focus strictly on safety, the company has changed its
name from RF Siren Systems to Emergency Alert Solutions. The Company's technology actively engages distracted drivers and overcomes their driving distractions - interactive vehicle
technology, texting, mobile phones, loud audio systems, etc.
8/31/13 There were numerous developments during August that include the decision to conduct a live test in a medium size community to validate the efficiency of our technology. We are working with
the State of Utah, the City of Logan, UT and Utah State University as we develop the plans to engage in a live validation study of the recently proven EAS technology.
Note: This study received approval from the City of Logan only to lay dormant due to lack of interest created by Anthony Foxx and President Obama's administration.
7/1/13 Americans with Disabilities Act: Deaf and Hearing Impaired suffer from recognized and established disabilities. Our technology installed in their cars will enabled them, for the first time to be
warned of approaching Emergency Vehicles. EAS's personal-use device developed for Frederik Swemmer will offer security to this sector of populous when they are negotiation
metropolitan and urban landscape as pedestrians.
6/17/13 We receive letter from U.S. DOT acknowledging our technology and their objective to develop and/or study this type of technology in the near future. We offer to provide them our prototypes for analysis, review & testing to help 6/10/13 RF Siren receives Trademark on a new Emergency Vehicle Approaching symbol tor use in 6/5/2013 We are considering a live 90-day test in a small community. Presently, Beaver and Logan, Utah meet our test criteria and we have initiated discussion with respective police, fire, civic and
5/20/2013 The Triangular Emergency Siren Alert warning symbol for dashboard or rear-view mirror positioning Trade Mark 5/15/2013 Successful meeting with Shelby American. Carroll Shelby had always been an innovator and his team in Las Vegas continues that legacy. Gary provided input of what is, and what isn't
important to OEM that resulted
5/11/2013 In more than 90% of in-car testing, the test results exceeded expectations. With the stereo volume at 97.3 dB and loud conversation, EAS installed visual and audible stimuli were distinctly
obvious and apparent. Our proprietary PCB (circuit board) has been delivered to the manufacturer for production and with all additional options for connectivity added by Fred, this will be our
PCB until we minimize the electronics further. Operating temperature for the PCB and all components of EAS devices has been tested up to 138 degrees Fahrenheit and down to
-9 degrees Fahrenheit.
5/5/2013 Our circuit board engineer, Fred Swemmer completed the design configuration for the new RF Receiver PCB (transmission and reception circuit boards) 5/2/2013 Major Insurance Carrier Executives were notified of the accident reducing, life-saving and injury reducing technology that RF Siren Systems has developed. By reducing accidents, associated
fatalities and injuries, EAS technology will have a significantly positive impact on municipality finances, fire & police department expenses and insurance company expenditures, lowering the
expenses of all while saving lives and reducing injuries. First Responders, Tax Payers, and Insurance carriers are the ultimate financial beneficiaries of this life saving technology.
4/22/2013 Multiple circuit board prototype technology has been upgraded to a proprietary single circuit PCB circuit board that allows for additional technology to make the in-car driver warning alert
device more effective. Testing of this new PCB is expected to begin in May, 2013.
4/3/2013 Prototype V2.2 has transmission range increased to 1,500 Meters. 3/21/2013Company Restructure - Siren Technology, Inc. absorbs RF Siren Systems, LLC and will do busyness as Emergency Alert Solutions. Qualified Officers have been appointed. The company is
authorized 4 million shares of common stock and 1 million shares of preferred stock.
3/15/2013 Prototypes V2.0 and V2.1 - Shorter range transmitters tested and accepted with range from 200 Meters to 500 Meters.
3/13/2012 Prototype testing commences with validation of 31 dB sound reduction created by closed automobile interior cabin. Siren at 118 dB registered only 87 dB in automobiles interior with
3/11/2013 Completed Prototype V2.0 successfully tested & accepted. Range of signal >2000 Meters or approximately 1.2 miles.
3/5/2013 Prototype components with new proprietary PCB circuitry completed, assembled and tested and accepted
2/1/2013 Patent Filing: Sound Discrimination with Radio Frequency backup for Automobiles and Early Alert Systems (EAS) for adverse weather filed with USPTO.
1/5/2013 First radio frequency Prototype V1.0 competed and tested to validate effectiveness of the technology.
11/18/2012 Patent Filing: Radio Frequency Siren Warning for Automobiles and Adverse Weather Warning Early Alert Systems (EAS) filed with USPTO. EAS is a joint effort with NOAA and FCC,
developed to notify citizens of approaching Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Tsunami, Sever Lightning and Hail Storms, Toxic Waste Spills by utilizing strategically located Sirens located throughout
9/14/2012 Product need was confirmed in study executed in 2010. RF Siren Company structure was changed from Sole Proprietorship Small Business to Limited Liability Corporation (LLC).
10/8/2010 RF Siren Company was formed to begin analysis of Emergency Vehicle accidents and if warranted to execute a study of the feasibility of developing technology that would eliminate or
greatly reduce accidents involving Police Vehicles, Ambulances, Fire Apparatus, National Security Vehicles and all First Responder Vehicles that are deployed to emergency situations.