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November 18, 2021

The Future of Artificial Intelligence

Michio Kaku is an American theoretical physicist, futurist and science communicator.  He graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelor of Science and from the University of California with a PhD. He is a professor of theoretical physics in New York's City College and City University of New York Graduate Center, as well as an author of several books on physics and related topics. In this video, Professor Kaku talks about artificial intelligence, including the probability of  robo doctors.  We found this of interest given the medical nature of the new technology that iSIGN is looking to develop. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkiKfK3RnNk  
November 17, 2021

The Director of Sparta Health Group, Jason Smith, Appears on CTV News Channel

The following is an email communication sent by Sparta Group, a company that iSIGN recently entered into a MOU with, has sent to their shareholders.  Given our past posts about Sparta, we thought there may be an interest in reading this communication. Over the past couple of months, the market has been inundated with a myriad of pathogen fighting technologies, including various types of air filtration systems, but Sparta has been offering its customers a different type of solution; one that addresses even the smallest of nasty pathogens in the air and on surfaces.  That technology was the topic of discussion when the Director of our health division (Sparta Health Group) was interviewed by CTV News Channel recently. The technology called CASPR or Continuous Air and Surface Pathogen Reduction is an ideal solution for many industries looking to create another layer of protection as we fight our way through the lingering COVID-19 concerns.  Last month, we told you that Concordia University in Montreal was adopting the CASPR technology through Sparta Group, but industrial and commercial operations, recreation facilities, medical clinics, office buildings, condominiums and a host of other indoor settings can benefit from the technology. To watch the CTV interview with Sparta Health Group Director, Jason Smith, click here        
October 15, 2021

Ontario’s Vaccine Verification APP and QR Codes For Download

The attached link takes you to a CTV News release regarding Ontario's launch of it's Vaccine Verification APP and QR codes for download. This ties in very well with our planned integration of mobile messaging to also verify that as the public passes through gateways they will receive additional screening to confirm they have no presences of the virus even though they are double vaccinated. https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/mobile/ontario-launches-vaccine-verification-app-and-qr-codes-for-download-1.5623246
October 8, 2021

Concordia University Adopts Sparta’s Continuous Pathogen Protection Technology

The following is an email communication sent by Sparta Group to their shareholders.  Given our previous posts about Sparta, we thought there may be interest in reading this. Concordia University is adopting continuous pathogen protection technology through Sparta Group.  This is happening as universities across the country continue to find ways to curb potential outbreaks of COVID-19 cases among students and feel pressure to constantly review their health protocols. Offering up the CASPR (Continuous Air and Surface Pathogen Reduction) system to learning institutions, is possible due to Sparta's Health Group's alliance with CASPR Group Technologies in the United States. https://www.accesswire.com/648319/Sparta-Signs-MOU-with-CASPR-Group-to-provide-Award-Winning-Pathogen-Reduction-Technology-for-Air-Ventilation-Systems-and-Exposed-Surfaces   Concordia continues to monitor COVID-19 response measures and follow the advice of public health agencies; however, having CASPR in high traffic areas in the university provides an added layer of protection.  The technology is available in the form of a plug-in tabletop unit, a ceiling tile unit, or units mounted directly into the HVAC duct system. New outlets across the country have been reporting on the number of COVID-19 cases in university settings and just this past weekend, massive student gatherings captured on video created even more concern for health and safety.  Prior tests of CASPR technology indicate that the portable units are 99.96 percent effective in reducing pathogens.  The units are also unobtrusive, quiet, and barely noticeable when in use.  Plus, CASPR units require no manpower and very little maintenance. Until next time, stay safe. Sincerely, John O'Bireck, President & CTO Email: jobireck@spartagroup.ca The following is a link to Sparta's press releases should you be interested in reading further about their announcement of the Concordia adoption and the MOU with the CASPR Group - https://www.spartagroup.ca/category/news/    
September 30, 2021

Sparta Group & iSIGN Media Corp plan to work together to help make virus mitigation easier

We are entering into a game-changing technical collaboration that could address the significant challenges faced by mandated vaccine passports and the ongoing spread of COVID-19.  The Company has just announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") to team up with iSIGN Media Corp ("iSIGN") (TSX-V:ISD) (OTC:ISDSF) to bring their technologies together to make virus mitigation easier. Governments and business owners struggle to make vaccine passports work as a primary mitigation tool.  At the same time, evidence mounts that even the double-vaccinated are spreading COVID-19.  The MOU with iSIGN will help Sparta expand its existing Workplace Pathogen Protection Program by working towards integrating iSIGN's WiFi and Bluetooth technology into the Program. Sparta's Pathogen Protection Program allows users to identify potential symptoms of infectious diseases by displaying results with a simple red or green light as they quickly and casually walk through an archway, powered by artificial intelligence.  The screening process is designed to fully protect the privacy of each user and reduce the chances of viral outbreaks.  The iSIGN WiFi and Bluetooth technology can communicate directly with mobile devices.  It's technology that can allow for easy flow of information between the Safe Entry portion of the solution and an individual's mobile device. Until next time, stay safe!   Sincerely, John O'Bireck, President & CTO Email: jobireck@spartagroup.ca https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3T7pvxseSRY        
September 28, 2021

Sparta Group Collaboration

Sparta Group (TSX.V: SAY) has issued a press release this morning concerning their collaboration with iSIGN to "bring their technologies together to make virus mitigation easier." The intent is to use iSIGN's WiFi and Bluetooth technology to expand Sparta's existing Workplace Safe Entry Program and "allow for easy flow of information between Sparta's Safe Entry solution and an individual's mobile device." You can read their press release here: https://www.accesswire.com/665851/SpartaTM-Signs-Development-MOU-with-iSIGNTM-Media-Corp-to-Amplify-Workplace-Safe-Entry-Program The following is a link to Sparta Group's website is Sparta Capital (spartagroup.ca)    
September 17, 2021

iSIGN Tech Staff Update

iSIGN has engaged Information Solutions Development Venture (ISDV), a company newly formed by Aaron Phillips, to provide technology services and support to the Company.  Services and support will include for existing iSIGN technology, as well as for the Company's newly announced Mobile Pandemic Vaccine Certifier, Contact Tracing and other solutions.
September 17, 2021

Introduction to our Mobile Vaccine Center

Introducing… The Mobile Pandemic Vaccine Certifier Pandemic Vaccine Certifier is a fast, accurate, and reliable confirmation “Tap & Go” solution that allows users to Tap/Walk close to an iSIGN SMART POD when entering a building. The unique App System allows users to get their vaccination confirmed by a third-party who connects with OHIP, and then are given a QR code, App, or Card Certifying Single or Double Vaccinations. The use is then confirmed for access to venues/businesses that have installed an iSIGN Smart POD entrance or network. If the venue they are entering is equipped with an iSIGN SMART POD, they can use their phone to “Tap or Walk by” the POD that will recognize their double vaccination status and gives the venue a green or red signal. This system provides vaccination confirmation to business owners, venue volunteers, and staff. It reduces cueing lineups and potential conflict with Security Staff and keeps the economy moving in a safe and organized manner. Applications are limitless.

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September 7, 2021

iSIGN Technology Development Introduction

As included in our press release of August 6, iSIGN is in the process of developing a Mobile Vaccination Certifier for local, national, and global applications.  This technology will be integrated into our unified backend (dashboard) platform that is currently under development.  This unified backend platform is being developed both for the airport proof of concept project, as well as for use by our other resellers and end-clients, with development by our recently expanded tech team. The Mobile Vaccination Certifier development is to address the need for safety protocols during this time of COVID pandemic for travel as well as for stadium events (sports, concerts, and other events) and normal businesses (gyms, bars, and restaurants for example). Overall, there is an immense need to update our means of exchanging and verifying test results as current standards that are in place to provide proof of vaccination (email or printed documents) are open to falsification.  This is a necessity not just to minimize the detrimental effects that this pandemic has had on the world as a whole, but also to offer the clarity that preventing the transmission of this and future viruses is of utmost importance. Additionally, iSIGN is in the process of developing solutions that we are currently calling: contact tracing and personal medical assistant.  Further information concerning our technology development will be added to the website as deemed appropriate.