MicroVision Schedules Conference Call to Discuss 2011 Results/2012 Objectives

Tiffany Bradford

February 24th, 2012
by Tiffany Bradford


Yesterday we announced that we will host a conference call to discuss our 2011 financial and operating results and objectives for 2012 on Monday February 27, 2012.  We will report successful achievement of our three primary objectives for 2011 including:

  • Advancement of our next-generation HD PicoP display technology based on direct green lasers for commercialization in the first half of 2012.
  • Revenue growth of 18% from 2010.
  • Reduction in cash used in operations of 40% compared to the prior year.

 

We will provide more details during the call on the 2011 results as well as outline our 2012 objectives.  If you have questions or suggested discussion points for our call, please post them here or email them to me at IR@microvision.com. We will use your feedback to address the most popular topics on the conference call.  Thanks in advance for your feedback.

Call date: February 27, 2012
Call time: 8:30 a.m. ET / 5:30 a.m. PT
Number to call: (866) 272-9941 (U.S.) or (617) 213-8895 (international)
Passcode: 25048503
Webcast access: www.microvision.com/investors


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5 Responses to “MicroVision Schedules Conference Call to Discuss 2011 Results/2012 Objectives”

  1. Tony Tran Says:

    Hi Tiffany,
    Thanks for very encouraging news.
    When do you think Microvision will make money?
    Regards,
    Tony Tran

  2. luderella Says:

    Hi

    what happened to the ESPlus $3.5mil follow-on order supposed to be shipped in Q4?

    what kind of quantities of DGLs to you expect in 2012?

    what specs do you expect those DGLs to have, wall plug effiecency and wavelength ?

    what is the highest lumen output you can achieve with current configuration and still get a safety class 2 label?

    is a class 2 laser safety label a gating issue to OEMs?

    what are the gating issues to embedd a light engine into a smartphone, price and power consumption?

    when do you expect a positive gross margin?

    when dou you expect to reach break even?

    current status of eyewear?

    regards

  3. Bryan Reid Says:

    How is the ESPlus relationship with Microvision developing? (4th Qtr. 2011 shipment, and future orders)

  4. Naturally I have many questions I’d like answers to, but I’ll just ask two that I’d be interested in having answered at the upcoming CC: 1. Is there any chance of a product with “MicroVision Inside” being ready for the 2012 Christmas season? 2. What do you estimate DGL production numbers to be for the second half of 2012?

    Thanks, appreciate it,

    Barry Ross, stockholder.

  5. Zack Says:

    I have seen photos of the Gen 2 light engine plugged into the electronics driver module.

    My question is, how much of the electronics driver module, as a percentage, can be encorporated into or, will have combine functions with existing smartphone mother-boards and if possible, will this save on integration costs for manuf. licensees?

    Thank You!