Wall Street traders' fickle trading habits do more than change company stocks' trajectory; they also create opportunities. KULR Technology Group Inc. (NYSE: KULR) is an excellent example. By any measure, they are doing the right things in the right markets at the right time, evidenced by inking deals with some of the world's largest global conglomerates. But one wouldn't know that from the share price.
Like other smallcap companies, KULR stock is showing weakness. But here's the point. While others may deserve a correction, KULR doesn't. Why? Because KULR is in hypergrowth. In fact, their growth pace is accelerating, adding to existing deals with private sector companies by scoring revenue-generating contracts with NASA, the United States Air Force, and the U.S. Department of Transportation. That's still just naming a few. They have agreements to provide best-in-class battery safety and energy storage solutions to a Who's Who client list, sharing at least one thing in common- they need what KULR sells.
And it's no small opportunity. KULR's targeted markets are worth billion in potential revenues, and with an extensive I.P. portfolio protecting its position, earning the lion's share of that potential is an achievable objective. Moreover, that only accounts for what is known. Knowing that KULR's technology is highly adaptable and seamlessly integrated, demand for KULR technology could surge further, making the disconnect between the current share price and performance too big to ignore.
Putting an exclamation mark on that assessment, KULR just got bigger.
KULR VIBE Joins the Portfolio
Earlier this month, KULR announced acquiring VibeTech, facilitating the launch of KULR VIBE, an AI-powered vibration reduction solution. KULR VIBE adds to a revenue-generating mission by seizing massive market opportunities from one of the most significant issues with advanced machinery: excessive vibrations during operation. It's targeting enormous potential in an underserved market by leveraging its technology to eradicate excessive vibrations causing substantial energy loss and harm to the machinery and its operator over time. It's another market KULR can dominate, and for good reasons.
KULR VIBE's suite of technologies combines proprietary sensor processes with cutting-edge learning algorithms, utilizing a comprehensive database of vibration signatures to help improve machinery balance and predict component failure. Its A.I. learning algorithms can identify locations where excessive vibrations result in energy loss, potentially preventing performance and maintenance issues before they become hazardous.
Notably, the KULR VIBE platform can be configured to provide these benefits to various global industries, including aviation, transportation, manufacturing, industrial, renewable energy (wind), performance racing, and drones. Global market intelligence company Fact. MR estimates that today's $6.5 billion vibration motor market could reach as high as $24.1 billion by 2032, putting KULR at the forefront of a once stagnant industry now poised for massive growth.
The best news- the KULR Vibe platform perfectly complements the company's portfolio of technologies that maximize the safety and sustainability of current energy sources. The public and private sectors rely on companies like KULR that enable them to maximize power and efficiency while ensuring the safety of their products. Adding KULR Vibe creates another revenue stream for the company while providing a valuable new service to its existing and future clients.
And like its other owned technology, it can contribute to KULR revenues growing appreciably in the current and coming quarters.
Safely Powering Tomorrow's Technologies
Remember, too, KULR isn't starting from zero. Its portfolio is stocked with innovative revenue-generating assets, including industry-best thermal management and lithium-Ion battery safety solutions targeting business and demand from the electric vehicle industry, 5G infrastructure, and aerospace applications. Moreover, competition in those markets may be mitigated due to KULR's highly configurable thermal interface materials and lightweight heat exchangers that allow for developing and transporting increasingly powerful batteries while minimizing the risk of equipment degradation, overheating, and explosions. Few, if any, other companies can offer a similar service or claim. It's simply that different.
For instance, one of the company's technologies, the internal short circuit, is an innovative IP-protected means allowing a Lithium-ion cell to be purposefully short-circuited when it reaches a dangerous temperature threshold. This technology prevents potentially disastrous malfunctions while leaving the battery's performance otherwise unaffected. Cell Check, another product offered by KULR, is a real-time platform that can monitor battery conditions to catch any safety risks or performance declines.
Government agencies and industry leaders have already taken an interest in these technologies, particularly in the proprietary carbon fiber used in KULR's Thermal Runaway Shield (TRS). KULR has since secured over 30 contracts with companies and agencies, again including NASA, the Department of Transportation, the U.S. Air Force, and other governmental bodies tightly knitted to national security. KULR and its technology are also earning contract-based accolades.
Powering Government Agencies and the Private Sector
KULR's cutting-edge technologies have earned them multiple contracts with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA currently uses KULR's Thermal Runaway Shield (TRS), one of its flagship offerings, on the International Space Station because of its capacity to withstand extreme heat and prevent battery explosions. The company's carbon fiber thermal management technologies have also been incorporated into the Mars Perseverance Rover.
Additionally, KULR has expanded the parameters of its battery safety contract with NASA to include testing its lithium-ion cells for battery packs used in the Artemis Program. Earning repeat business with an agency at the forefront of space exploration is a considerable validation and a significant indicator of the strength behind KULR's technologies.
Alongside their contracts with government agencies, KULR has also entered into several agreements with leading manufacturers within the private sector. There, KULR leveraged their NASA-proven Thermal Runaway Shield technology to develop the Safe Case, which provides for safe and sustainable transportation of Lithium-Ion Cells and Battery Packs. Safe Case presents an enormous opportunity.
In fact, its Safe Case technology is the only known product of that type approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation for the storage and transport of lithium-ion batteries. It can manage a capacity of 2.1 kWh for recycled, prototype, and DDR (damaged, defective, and recalled) batteries. The technology is being maximized through KULR's recycling partner, Heritage Battery Recycling, facilitating its task to conduct its battery collection operations across the United States. And, with billions of lithium-ion batteries awaiting compliant disposal, KULR and Heritage are ideally positioned to capitalize on a massive market opportunity, a project already gaining income momentum.
That's not all.
Private Sector Value Drivers
Another value driver continues to accrue from a deal with Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT). KULR recently secured a follow-on order for its Phase Change Materials (PCM) heat sink technology. This carbon fiber-infused heat sink utilizes PCM to absorb or provide heat, contributing to an extended lifespan of critical components Lockheed Martin uses. Many believe this order might ultimately result in a lucrative long-term contract once LMT completes its evaluations. Other big names in the private sector are contributing to KULR's growth.
The EV sector is another where KULR is currently establishing its presence. They already have collaborations and working partnerships with extreme EV racing companies and teams, including Andretti Technologies (ATEC), where KULR supplies its thermal management and battery safety solutions to the electric SUV racing team Andretti United Extreme E.
Furthermore, KULR provides its carbon fiber thermal interface (FTI) material for use in Drako Motors' Drako GTE, one of the world's fastest all-electric supercars. From supercars to the International Space Station, KULR's portfolio of innovative technologies supports endless opportunities.
That's still not all. Other contracts include those with Volta Energy Products, a Viridi Parente, Inc. subsidiary. That three-year, multi-million dollar contract involves a deployment order for KULR's Passive Propagation Resistant ("PPR") solution suite, with Volta raising $95 million to support the development of "fail-safe" lithium-ion battery technology. Volta plans to use KULR's technology to market 750 to 1,000 battery storage units in 2022, according to information made public by KULR. KULR noted that this number may increase to more than 50,000 units in 2023. Should the maximum amount of units be shipped, KULR could be looking at $40 million in revenues within the next year – and if pricing power remains constant, this number could reach as high as $80 million.
Those deals, contracts, and agreements are still just a part of the KULR value proposition. Value drivers from deals with Leidos (NASDAQ: LDOS), one with a leading Meta company, and others with defense industry giants are also contributing to a KULR brand that is extending its market reach and product presence.
Reasons To Be Bullish
Sporting a wide range of ongoing contracts and adaptable technologies, KULR is well-positioned to continue scouting accretive deals to expand its revenue opportunities. Currently generating revenue from at least four major commercial clients via its Safe Case products, the company is looking to fully leverage the strength of its portfolio to create, sustain, and maximize shareholder value into the end of this year and all of 2023.
Indeed, they have established a sturdy foundation to do just that. And with a product portfolio supporting revenue stream diversification, the current disconnect between share price and operational strength should be considered more of an opportunity than a pitfall.
Simply put, KULR continues to make excellent deals. And while KULR stock looks undervalued on many levels, expect that when markets rebound, the most outstanding companies, especially those in indexes like KULR, will lead the market recovery. The best opportunities usually do, and KULR absolutely makes that list.
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