Siyata Mobile (TSX-V:SIM, OTCQB:SYATF) is not a new story to Energy & Gold readers. Since initiating coverage on SIM, near the time of its IPO at C$.30, the shares have more than doubled as the company has innovated at a high level and consistently grown revenue at strong double-digit percentage levels, including more than 60% growth in 2017. However, the story continues to evolve as Siyata continues its rapid growth as one of the pioneers in the all-in-one, push-to-talk, over cellular fleet device market.
The market opportunity is large with 3G/4G LTE compatible commercial vehicles alone, representing a US$7 billion opportunity. The Motorola 2G device upgrade cycle and the two-way radio hardware upgrade cycle in commercial vehicles represent two key multi-billion revenue growth opportunities.
Siyata’s commercial vehicles devices offer several competitive benefits including:
- Push-to-talk over cellular enabled to replace existing two way radio systems
- Superior noise cancellation to eliminate in-vehicle echo and sound quality problems
- Ability to connect directly to vehicle’s CAN bus (Controller Area Network)
- Runs on Android OS to enable use of 3rd-party fleet management, navigation applications.
Some recent profit taking in the shares have brought SIM back to a key area of potential trend support:
(SIM.V – Two Year)
The C$.55-C$.60 area also represents a key zone of price memory and potential support.
The combination of fundamental catalysts, such as third-party distribution partnerships combined with a strong technical setup, make it a compelling time for potential investors in Siyata Mobile shares (TSX-V:SIM).
Beacon Securities clearly see a large opportunity as they initiated coverage on July 31st, 2017 with a $1.25 price target.
Beacon Securities analyst Gabriel Lung stated in the report:
“While we tend to shy from hardware companies given the lumpy nature of their growth profile, we do make exceptions when a company is in the early stages of growth in a large market opportunity, has a first mover advantage, and good line-of-sight to capitalizing on this opportunity. We believe Siyata’s progress-to-date checks all these boxes.”
Siyata continues to consistently win new contracts with key operators – they announced last week that they have launched with a leading Canadian Cellular Operator and on July 24th, 2017 began device approval with a major Tier 1 US Cellular firm for its 4G/LTE device. The size of this opportunity cannot be overstated, as each of the top US carriers have ~3 – 4M commercial vehicles representing $2B in potential sales each.
With ~$10M in working capital and another $14M in cash, which could be brought in from in-the-money options/warrants, Siyata is well capitalized to execute its growth strategy.
From a technical standpoint Siyata has also been picking up steam, trading an average of 434,000 shares a day over the last 90 days and reaching an all-time high of $0.76. The company has recently drifted back down and is building support at the $0.55 -$0.60 price level and combined with very strong fundamental factors, could be poised to break out again very soon.
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