Sales and integration momentum continues across multiple customers including ExxonMobil, GE and German Aerospace Centre

• Initial sale of SkyHopper & MCU products to US multinational GE
• Recurrent unit sales to ExxonMobil exceeding $100,000, delivered and in deployment
• Successful proof of concept of new Mobilicom solution completed with Nexter
• Initial sale & integration of MCU product with German Aerospace Centre (DLR)

Mobilicom Limited is pleased to report on important progress made in sales and integrations of the Mobilicom and SkyHopper products across several key customers.

Mobilicom has completed an initial sale of both its MCU and SkyHopper products to US multinational General Electric Company (GE), one of the largest companies on the Fortune 500. The MCU product was sold to GE for drone applications that require a more ruggedized and longer range solution such as those in which the drone must face harsh environmental conditions. The SkyHopper product is being integrated into a new drone service platform in one of GE’s subsidiaries. While the revenue to date is small, this sale is a testament to the quality and capabilities of Mobilicom’s product offerings.

Mobilicom has delivered and is deploying additional hardware units exceeding $100,000 to the oil and gas giant ExxonMobil.

Technical teams from Mobilicom and ExxonMobil worked together to co-design a unique solution for major players in the oil and gas industry, for large sites spanning up to 100km that comprise mobile platforms and ships.

Mobilicom’s innovative technology for off-shore deployments offers ExxonMobil new capabilities, integral to the unique ExxonMobil project sites. The technology is configured with transferable mobile platforms and rigs which move between fixed rigs and platforms alongside support vessels.

Mobilicom recently completed a successful demonstration and proof-of-concept with Nexter Robotics, part of leading European land defense business Nexter Group. Nexter used Mobilicom’s MCU products and the new underground networking solution, with a unique solution enabling Nexter’s robotics to operate indoors, in warehouses, as well as underground. Mobilcom’s new MCUs will enable relay and the operation of fleets of robotics without the need for GPS, thereby enabling underground and indoor operations.

Nexter is a leading French land defense company that applies its expertise in land defense systems to meet the needs of the French army and other land forces around the world. The scope of its business includes the supply of weapon systems and ammunition for air and naval forces.

Mobilicom recently completed an initial sale and integration with Germany’s national center for aerospace, energy and transportation research, DLR. DLR has developed a new drone platform based on one of Mobilicom’s MCU products. Mobilicom’s solution will allow for MESH communication, thereby enabling multiple drones to communicate among each other as well as with control stations.

The German Aerospace Center (DLR) is the national aeronautics and space research centre of the Federal Republic of Germany. Its extensive research and development work in aeronautics, space, energy, transport, digitalisation and security is integrated into national and international cooperative ventures. DLR has approximately 8,000 employees at 20 locations in Germany, with a budget of more than two billion euros.

Mobilicom’s CEO Oren Elkayam commented on these developments:

“The collaboration with ExxonMobil is unique in that together we have created a solution for a site that is consistently changing. This has taken our relationship with the oil and gas giant to a new level, bringing in recurring sales as well as working directly with its technicians to develop solutions.

“The sales and integrations we are achieving with the likes of GE, DLR and Nexter are testament to the quality of our technology.”