PainChek Ltd (ASX: PCK), based in Queensland, Australia, provides health care technology and solutions including smartphone pain assessment and monitoring device that detects pain through facial recognition technology. With a market capitalisation of around AU$ 130.39 million and approximately 869.26 million outstanding shares, the PCK stock settled the market trading at AU$ 0.160 (as on 31 May 2019), climbing up 6.67% by AU$ 0.010 with ~ 11.74 million shares traded.
In addition, the PCK stock has also generated an impressive positive YTD return of 265.85%.
On 27 May 2019, Paincheck reported that it has achieved a key milestone in the international expansion of its PainChek® tool as it has signed a binding distribution agreement with the leading Aged Care software provider Person Centred Software.
UK-based Person-Centred Software provides Care Management systems to over 1,200 aged care businesses, servicing more than 40,000 resident beds. Through its existing clientele in the UK, Person Centred Software will look after the sales, marketing and distribution of the PainChek App in the first international market.
The summary of the company’s B2B Australian sales and market development for the March 2019 quarter.
Source: March 2019 quarter update
FBR Limited (ASX: FBR), based in Wycombe, Australia is engaged in the designing, development and commercialisation of robots, primarily for the construction sector as well as other industries. FBR has a market capitalisation of around AU$ 112.29 million and ~ 1.4 billion outstanding shares. On 31 May 2019, the FBR stock price settled the day’s trading at AU$ 0.079, down 1.25% by AU$ 0.001 with ~ 1.10 million shares traded.
On 6 May 2019, the company reported to have commenced its incorporated 50/50 joint venture (named as Fastbrick Australia Pty Ltd) with Brickworks Limited’s 100%-owned subsidiary, Brickworks Building Products Pty Ltd.
Fastbrick Australia is soon to start the Pilot Program operations, beginning with testing a new block developed jointly by the parties specifically for the Hadrian X. The first revenues are expected from the provision of Wall as a Service™ to residential building and construction customers. The benefits of the new Hadrian X are illustrated below:
Source: Company’s Website
During the March 2019 quarter, FBR raised AU$ 17 million via a placement (161,904,769 fully paid ordinary shares) to institutional and sophisticated investors, and subsequently secured the lease of a brand new 10,000 m2 facility in High Wycombe.
4DS Memory Limited
4DS Memory Limited (ASX: 4DS), with facilities located in Silicon Valley, is a semiconductor development company of non-volatile memory technology, pioneering Interface Switching ReRAM (Non-Filamentary ReRAM), for next generation gigabyte Storage Class Memory.
Achievements in 2017 and the Roadmap ahead, Source: Company’s Website
4DS has a joint development agreement with Western Digital subsidiary HGST, a global storage leader, and with imec, the independent semiconductor development institute.
The company has a market capitalisation of around AU$ 71.74 million with ~ 1.06 billion outstanding shares. On 31 May 2019, the 4DS stock closed the market trading at a price of AU$ 0.066, down 2.94% by AU$ 0.002 with approximately 4.07 million shares traded. In addition, the 4DS stock has generated good return yields including 19.30% YTD and 44.68% for the last six months.
4DS Memory reported on 8 May 2019, that HGST had signed a further 12-month renewal of its joint development agreement (JDA) with 4DS well ahead of the expiry date of 30 June 2019. As of the end of the March 2019 quarter, 4DS had cash and cash equivalents of AU$ 3.28 million.
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