2021 End of Year Update

2021 End of Year Update

2021 End of Year Update 1024 616 Lenny Vallone

As we close out this year, we wanted to take a moment to thank all of our investors for believing in our company and products, and the entire Securum Capsa team for all their hard work. With everything that is going on in the world, the team has been doing an amazing job pushing us forward and helping take SCI to the next level.

There has been a large list of milestones that we accomplished in 2021 and below are a few of the most recent updates that I would like to share …

Update #1:

We filed a provisional patent on the reZen box in early December. This is our trackable, reusable and recyclable shipping container that will replace cardboard shipping boxes. This will be Securum Capsa’s third product to be patented. We also will be working with a California nonprofit that will subsidize development and a prototype of the reZen box. We will start this process in the early part of 2022. The estimate that we received to produce a prototype through this program would be about 90 days. Up to 2/3 of the cost would be subsidized by the California nonprofit organization. We are also going to submit an NIH grant to the US government to fund the full development of the reZen box beyond the California grant from a range of $700,000-$1 million, and we will be filing that grant with NIH in February. The goal is to get the reZen box development funded through grants from California and the US government.

Update #2:

We received the full patent for the MeddoorA earlier this year and are expecting to have a full working prototype of the MeddoorA in Q1. Securum Capsa‘s project manager Elias Marquez is heading up the development. We will begin presentations for medical companies like Kaiser, Cardinal Health, Walgreens etc. in Q1/Q2.



Update #3

The work that Motivo has been doing on the ZendoorA has been outstanding. They are still on track to deliver a full working proof of concept ZendoorA, user app and cloud server in early Q1. A few of the feature changes that we’ve made to the design include the removal of the keypad and display screen. Now, you’ll be able to access ZendoorA through a QR code on your phone or a shipper can use the barcode on the package that is being delivered to the ZendoorA to open it. Motivo found a small external camera that can capture video and also read QR codes and barcodes. Curt (CEO) and myself will start our roadshow in Q1 to present the ZendoorA to Amazon, Apple, Hewlett-Packard and other companies in Silicon Valley and then Seattle and Arkansas.




Again, a BIG thank you to everyone for helping to revolutionize the way deliveries are secured.

Have a safe and happy New Year!

Carlos Raphael