Companies to Work in Tandem to Identify and Close Business Opportunities
(Tampa, FL, June 6, 2017) Cool Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: WARM) (“Cool Tech”), an innovator in mobile power generation and heat removal technologies, announced today that it has executed a Strategic Alliance Agreement with Veteran Technology Group LLC (“Vet Tech”), a developer of artificial intelligence software for advanced troubleshooting of complex systems.
The agreement requires each company to identify business opportunities with their respective strategic partners, make referrals and then sell and produce products in tandem or on their own.
Vet Tech has a contract pipeline with the US Army and Marines due to their expertise in software development and AI combined with their previous military service.
Cool Tech’s Mobile Generation (MG) system can improve energy and basing support for both services. It eliminates tow-behind generators, increases transport mobility, retrofits onto existing Class 3 to 8 vehicles, and generates electricity from any on-board power source such as fuel cells. With the No Idle feature, the vehicle engine can be shut off and run on a Panasonic array of solar panels or their under-chassis, battery pack.
“Combining our combat ready software with Cool Tech’s unique MG system is so compelling that it will deliver even more sales for our company and new sales for Cool Tech by delivering a superior, force-multiplying, dynamic product to our warfighters,” said Michael Grimes, Chief Executive Officer of Veteran Technology Group. “It decreases the footprint of current power generation technologies and increases the efficiencies and capabilities of force generation power requirements at the tip of the spear.”
“Cool Tech has validated its MG technology in the market with its recent orders,” said Timothy Hassett, Cool Technology’s Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “Adding Vet Tech Group’s predictive and preventative maintenance software combined with self-teaching and self-learning capability will help turbocharge sales and give a strategic advantage for our product in the multiple verticals our two companies target.”
Each company will receive a portion of profits generated by their respective introductions. After five years, the agreement may be renewed.
Additional information on Cool Tech’s MG system can be found on the company’s website (cooltechnologiesinc.com). Additional information on Vet Tech’s software and artificial intelligence services can be found on their company’s website (vettechgrp.com).
About Cool Technologies, Inc.
Cool Technologies is an intellectual property and product development company commercializing patented thermal dispersion technology across multiple platforms. The Company has additional patents-pending for various OEM applications of its proprietary heat removal technologies. Tested and validated by two third parties, ESSCO Pumps and Nidec Corporation, the Company’s cooling system eliminates the need for costly modifications while increasing power output of pumps, fans, compressors, batteries, motors, generators and bearings.
About Veteran Technology Group.
Found by Veteran’s in 2009 Veteran Technology Group is a research and development company specializing in artificial intelligence (AI) applications for troubleshooting. The Company’s customers are the US Military and Military Manufacturers. VTG looks to provide the next generation tools to help soldiers survive in combat situations. Vet Tech Group’s products have been recognized by Informs and The US Army as a “Paradigm Shift” in creating next generation software that reduces costs in support and taken warfighters out of harm’s way.
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