HyperSciences has the opportunity to penetrate different markets as a platform technology company, and the size of the potential addressable markets is — individually and in aggregate — very significant. There are a number of potential exit possibilities, which could take the form of acquisition by a major player in energy, tunneling, or aerospace. This would create liquidity for investors by HyperSciences becoming part of a publicly-traded company. Given the multiple market segments, it’s possible there could also be a series of exits — where each unique vertical market segment is spun off, sold, or licensed.
Eventually going public is in our roadmap, but because we’re an SEC-regulated company we need to notify all shareholders, and the general public, in order to not provide a competitive advantage or insider information to one person or entity. We’ll keep everyone updated when we’re ready to execute our plans, but in order to have a bigger offering, we’ll first sign larger contracts and prepare each business vertical for commercialization.