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701 Kimberly Avenue

Suite 190

Placentia, CA 92870

United States

Phone: 805-406-9010

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Next10, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and sale of security systems for the cargo transportation industry primarily in the United States and Canada. The company offers Bulldog Online Security Systems (BOSS), which is designed to prevent cargo theft from containers, tractor-trailers and cargo vans, tanker trucks, storage year containers and other cargo transportation and storage equipment. Products The Yard BOSS: This system is designed for security of storage yard containers that alerts on site security personnel in the event of theft or tampering. The system consists of a RB-210 transmitter which houses motion and opening detection sensors. The system locks onto the locking rod of the cargo container or trailer. If unauthorized entry or movement occurs, the RB-210 transmits a radio signal to the base station receiver which alerts security personnel of the security breach. This system can also be integrated into a user’s localized alarm system to provide the protection during non-business hours. The Road BOSS External: This system attaches to the locking-rods of cargo trailers and containers while in transit or storage. The system for use on trucks alerts the driver, by way of a remote receiver carried by the driver, in the event someone attempts to access the cargo. This system uses the same RB-210 transmitter, but communicates with a receiver located in the truck. The RB-210 secures a cargo container or tractor trailer while in transit. This system is configured to interface with the existing tractor or trailer global positioning system (GPS) and telematics systems. The Road BOSS External integrates with satellite tracking and the asset tracking systems to provide information regarding door-seal integrity and time and location reports on trailers. The Road BOSS External II: This system uses a range RB-600 transmitter and an internal global positioning system (GPS). This transmitter transmits its signal to GSM type cellular phone towers using the GPRS data communications protocol as standard data enabled cell phones. GSM cellular networks supporting GPRS data devices are globally deployed, allowing the system to be utilized in most countries. The Road BOSS External II provides the same level of security as the original Road BOSS External. The Road BOSS Internal: This consists of a fixed internal transmitter (RB-300) that simultaneously monitors multiple roll-up and sliding doors, preventing unauthorized entry and intrusion. This system is designed to alert the driver through a mobile receiver should a thief attempt to enter, move, or remove items from the delivery vehicle. This system can be configured for use with the existing tractor or trailer global positioning system (GPS) and telematics systems, a stand along mobile receiver, Yard BOSS secure lot systems. The RB-300 provides the ability to monitor multiple doors, and allows for monitoring without alerting would-be thieves to its presence. The Road BOSS Internal II: This system consists of a fixed internal transmitter that simultaneously monitors multiple roll-up and sliding doors, preventing unauthorized entry and intrusion. This system contains the company's internal gpsOne hybrid cellular global positioning system (GPS) determination technology and a CDMA based data transmitter, which allows position and security data to be sent directly from the monitoring device to Sprint’s commercial cellular network. The Tanker BOSS: The Tanker Boss System consists of an in-truck control unit, the RP-400 and three types of sensor units, which monitor fuel level, fuel flow, and access tampering. The RP-400 monitors number and combination of sensors, without the need for customization. It contains motion based intelligence to compensate for differential fuel levels during vehicle motion. The RP-400 interfaces with existing global positioning system or vehicle tracking systems through a digital interconnect and support network arming and disarming, providing operations management complete control over all fuel movement. Bulldogs BOSS Tracker AVL and security monitoring application is a Web based mapping and seal monitoring application acces

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