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  1. 1. CHAMELEON BACKBOARDS
  2. 10. Spinal Cord Injury - Fighting for the Cure
  3. 11. “ So many of our DREAMS at first seem Impossible, then they seem Improbable, and then when we Summon the Will, they soon become Inevitable.” Christopher Reeve - American Actor, Film Director and Activist (1952-2004)
  4. 12. From the Beginning
  5. 15. The Scoop Stretcher Ferno-Washington
  6. 17. Aluminum Frame and Panels – Maintenance, Thermal Conduction, Difficult to Use, Uncomfortable and Radio-opaque
  7. 18. The Scoop EXL Ferno-Washington
  8. 20. Aluminum Frame with Plastic Panels – Maintenance, Thermal Conduction, Difficult to Use and Not 100% Radiolucent, but Improved Patient Comfort
  9. 21. CombiCarrier I Hartwell Medical
  10. 24. Rotationally Molded Plastic Body with Aluminum Reinforcements – Not 100% Radiolucent and Not Collapsible
  11. 25. CombiCarrier II Hartwell Medical
  12. 27. Rotationally Molded Plastic Body with Aluminum Reinforcements – Not 100% Radiolucent and Not Collapsible
  13. 28. AussiScoop DHS Emergency
  14. 30. Aluminum Frame with Plastic Panels – Maintenance, Thermal Conduction, Difficult to Use and Not 100% Radiolucent
  15. 31. Traditional Long Spine Boards
  16. 33. Rotationally or Injection Molded Plastic Body with Foam Core - Requires 4-Person Log Roll to Apply and Not Collapsible
  17. 34. Litters/Stretchers and Folding Backboards
  18. 36. Require Patient Lift or 4-Person Log Roll to Apply and Either Do Not Provide for Rigid Full-Body Immobilization and/or Are Not 100% Radiolucent
  19. 37. Short Boards and Extrication Devices
  20. 39. Do Not Provide for Rigid Full-Body Immobilization and/or Are Not 100% Radiolucent
  21. 40. Innovating for the Future – A Revolutionary Challenge
  22. 41. A Wide Range of Injury Scenarios
  23. 43. Multiple Types of Radiologic Diagnostic Equipment
  24. 45. Maximum Radiolucency
  25. 46. Dedicated Storage Compartments
  26. 48. Minimum Storage Options
  27. 50. The Need for Stealth – Minimal Detection Signatures
  28. 52. Easy to Use Without Training or Instructions
  29. 53. Rescuer Safety and Comfort
  30. 54. Portable
  31. 55. Compatible Vacuum Packaging and Sked Systems
  32. 56. The Future
  33. 57. The Jake Board Jake Rescue Systems
  34. 59. The Jake Board Evolved Into The Chameleon Project As a Result of Our Efforts to Reduce the Product’s Detection Signature Jake Rescue Systems
  35. 60. The Chameleon Prototype Being Delivered by the Definitive Design Team
  36. 62. The Prototype is 38” Long and the Actual Product Will Be 28” X 10” X 6”
  37. 63. Our Pipeline
  38. 64. Chameleon-Tactical <ul><li>Designed to address the needs of tactical law enforcement and military special operations team members (e.g., NATO, USSOCOM and IDF) to be used in conjunction with a vacuum/Sked rig. </li></ul><ul><li>Collapsed size: 28&quot; X 10&quot; X 6“ </li></ul><ul><li>Extends to 74&quot; and we can accommodate taller patients through the use of our proprietary Achilles support. </li></ul><ul><li>Weighs less than 13 pounds. </li></ul><ul><li>We are focusing on what we know about measurement and signature intelligence (MASINT) to reduce or completely eliminate any acoustic/seismic, IR and thermal signatures. </li></ul><ul><li>Our target weight capacity is 300 lbs. </li></ul><ul><li>100% radiolucent and compliant with all methods of radiologic diagnostics. </li></ul>Chameleon-ShortStuff Very similar to the Chameleon-Tactical, but lacks the MASINT evasion characteristics and is designed for civilian applications, such as aeromedical units, technical rescue teams, wilderness medicine/SAR units and other forms of emergency medical outfits where space is a premium, such as with bicycle units, motorized scooter units, ATV units (lifeguards) and special event caches.
  39. 65. Chameleon-Sport/Bariatric A fixed-length model that is being designed in cooperation with athletic directors for use in the hockey and football arenas where log-rolling is contraindicated due to the involvement of shoulder pads. It was first designed for sports, but we are hopeful that it will also play an important role in the treatment of bariatric patients. Chameleon-Street A fixed-length model that is being designed in cooperation with numerous EMS personalities for use in our traditional arenas as well as within the hospital setting to compete with the Scoop Stretcher as a fully radiolucent alternative, which also has the potential for use in the interventional setting. Chameleon-StowAway A molded fully radiolucent composite backboard that folds in half for transportation and immobilization of the walking wounded. This product is designed for units where space is a premium, such as police cruisers and law enforcement air units.
  40. 66. Rhythm of Sleep A fully radiolucent system designed to reduce the incidence of pressure sores; sacral, lumbar and mandibular pain; and perceived pain issues during extended periods of immobilization, such as those experienced during delays in diagnostics or long-distance transports, through the use of a pneumatic system that mimics the body's natural defense mechanisms.
  41. 67. Our Potential Distributors and Strategic Partners
  42. 69. Our Sources for Experience and Confidence
  43. 71. Management and Marketing Team <ul><li>Jason Thompson: Founder/President/CEO has extensive knowledge of healthcare, law, and business through his experience as an EMT, risk manager, hospital corpsman and paralegal. </li></ul><ul><li>Dean Hobson, MBA (HA): Co-Founder/Vice President/CFO is a proven healthcare executive with 17 plus years experience in healthcare strategy, program/project management, customer relations, business planning/development, diagnostic imaging services, and vendor relations with hospital and private practice physician clients. </li></ul><ul><li>Mark Lake, PhD: Chief Engineer is a consummate senior executive, change agent, and entrepreneur for high-technology research and product-development organizations with particular expertise in small-business innovation, multi-organization cooperative ventures, and technology capitalization. </li></ul>Members of the Company’s management team have collectively many decades of healthcare, biotech, engineering/manufacturing, and diagnostic imaging device operational experience in business development, operations, mergers and acquisitions, integration, finance and sales and marketing and have worked in enterprises ranging from rapid growth start-ups to large mature companies. The Founders have engaged specialist advisors; scientific, commercial and IP, from around the globe, supporting the company on an informal basis with a view to joining the Executive, Non-Executive and Scientific Advisory Boards once funding is in place.
  44. 72. Executive Office: 81 West Sproul Road, Springfield, PA 19064 USA TEL 610-357-3226 FAX 484-328-1669 [email_address] Now that you've met me... Don't forget my name!

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