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									                               UNIVERSAL HOME SECURITY
                                 13846 SOUTH 1950 WEST
                               BLUFFDALE, UTAH 84065-5300
                                       801-651-8078
                                                   April 4, 2006

Dear Security Provider/Investor

With the advent of the Internet, we now have a patent protected method of providing absolute home and business
security using a microprocessor by Motorola recently developed exclusively for the Internet. It allows a short
request/return message to be exchanged between an interlocking chain of neighbors that constantly verifies the
condition of each home or business. Any unexpected variation of alarm data or the absence of the return message
is interpreted as an alarm by the controller in each home. This automatically notifies the neighbors and proper
authorities.

In addition, this system provides an expandable network of external analog intrusion detectors, internal smoke
detectors and other sensors that are constantly monitored for proper operation as well as for alarm information.
This expansion capability allows the connection of sensors that are now being developed worldwide that will
monitor external noxious gases and radiation over a large population. This capability can warn the family or
business occupants to seek protection as well as provide mapping of the spread of these agents through the
population.

A special feature of the system is the identification of critical occupations in the business or home for Homeland
Security applications. When intrusion occurs, notification of the nature of the occupation is sent to authorities to
enable them to assume the responsibility of solving any terrorist threat to the occupants of the home or business.

In order to make this excellent system available to the general public and for homeland security, we are seeking
financial support for its final design, the testing phase, FCC and UL approvals, and a management/marketing
team that will develop advertising techniques to make the availability of this system known throughout the
country and eventually, the world.

Aspects of our planning will move ahead regardless of outside funding, though our efforts would be enhanced
greatly by your assistance. For answers to questions about our proposed project, please contact Ruel Clark: voice
801-651-8078, home 801-254-2127.
e-mail ruelclark@iss-now.com.

Sincerely,


Ruel Clark, President
Universal Home Security

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                 Universal Home Security




             UNIVERSAL HOME SECURITY

DEVELOPERS OF THE UNIVERSAL HOME SECURITY FOR HOME
                 AND BUSINESS AND
      THE UHS NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM

               13846 SOUTH 1950 WEST
             BLUFFDALE, UTAH 84065-5300
                     801-651-8078

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                     Table of Contents

                      Executive Summary
                       Project Summary
                      Problem Statement
                      Project Description
            The UHS Neighborhood Watch Program
                     Goals and Objectives
                           Beta Test
                 Projected Income Statement
                            Income
                            Expense
                       Management Plan
                            Budget
                     Budget Justification
                       Continuation Plan
                        Evaluation Plan
                     Documentation Plan
                      Dissemination Plan
                        Key Personnel
                    Beta Testing Timeline
                     Production Timeline
                      Recommendations
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                                        Universal Home Security
                                          Executive Summary
Project Title
Universal Home Security

Contact Person
Ruel Ross Clark
voice 801-651-8078
home 801-254-2127
fax 801-253-0261
e-mail: ruelclark@iss-now.com)

Applicant Information
Universal Home Security
13846 South 1950 West
Bluffdale, UT 84065-5300

Mission Statement
The mission of Universal Home Security is to utilize state of the art electronics to provide highly reliable, low
cost security for all homes and businesses throughout the country. We intend to utilize existing security
companies to implement these systems thus enhancing the current labor pool and creating more employment
throughout the country.

Problem Statement
Present security systems are providing a very low level of security and there is no standard for equipment and
services. They also charge far more than this level warrants. They rely on impractical devices that essentially
imprison people in their bedrooms. These companies are continually at odds with local police and fire authorities
for excessive false alarms.

Project Summary
This project will provide partnerships with local licensed burglar alarm companies. Their purpose will be to
install and maintain home as well as business security systems. A goal will be to maintain and expand their
present work force as well as their customer base.

Expected Results
Due to publicized home invasions, fires, equipment failures, etc., fear and the feelings of helplessness dominate
our society. These fears will decrease throughout the country when each home is connected to several neighbors
that can quickly respond to problems. The local police and fire departments will automatically be notified
regardless of any breakdown of communications.

Our Investment
Our investment to bring this project to its present state has been in the hundreds of thousands of dollars as well as
years of time. Our organization will continue to provide personal funds and all the personal time necessary to
bring this project to a successful, long-term conclusion.




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                                            Executive Summary
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Funding Request
We are seeking financial support for beta testing, the final design, the testing phase, FCC approval, UL approval,
and volume part purchases to minimize cost. The funds will help sustain a management/marketing team that will
develop advertising techniques. This will make the availability of this system known throughout the country and
eventually the world. This funding will be augmented with anticipated income in the early stages of marketing.

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                                        Universal Home Security
                                           Project Summary
With the advent of the Internet, we now have a patent protected method of providing absolute security using a
microprocessor by Motorola recently developed exclusively for the Internet. It allows a short request/return
message to be exchanged between an interlocking chain of neighbors that constantly verifies the condition of each
home or business. Any unexpected variation of alarm data or the absence of the return message is interpreted as
an alarm by the controller in each home. This automatically notifies the neighbors and proper authorities.

 In addition, this system provides an expandable network of external analog intrusion detectors, internal smoke
detectors and other sensors that are constantly monitored for proper operation as well as for alarm information.
This expansion capability allows the connection of sensors that are now being developed worldwide that will
monitor external noxious gases and radiation over a large population. This capability can warn the family or
business occupants to seek protection as well as provide mapping of the spread of these agents through the
population.

A special feature of the system is the identification of critical occupations in the business or home for Homeland
Security applications. When intrusion occurs, notification of the nature of the occupation is sent to authorities to
enable them to remove the responsibility of solving any terrorist threat from the occupants of the home or
business.

In order to make this excellent system available to the general public and for homeland security, we are seeking
financial support for its final design, the testing phase, FCC and UL approvals, and a management/marketing team
that will develop advertising techniques to make the availability of this system known throughout the country and
eventually, the world.

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                                     Universal Home Security
                                       Problem Statement

Current security systems are based on several insufficient premises and provide no real security.

1. The connection to the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) that is required to receive alarm
information from a business or home can easily be defeated. Damaged telephone lines can destroy the
integrity of any current alarm system. A failed security device can, in same cases, disable the telephone
preventing its use for emergency calls.

   a. An intruder with or without accomplices in the PSTN, or in any of the security organizations, can
temporarily disable a communication line and make it appear that the security system itself failed to
function properly.

  b. An inexpensive radio frequency noise generator can disrupt wireless alarm devices.

  c. Removing the power meter from its base disables audible alarms that rely on AC power.

2. Primary reliance on the simplicity of wireless internal motion detectors is improper. The last thing a
subscriber needs to know is that some unauthorized person is already in the business or home without
prior warning. This forces a homeowner or business owner to confront the intruder with little time for
preparation. Motion detectors are a major source of false alarms.

3. Dependence on the business or home to initiate alarm information over the PSTN is not fail safe. In
other words, the control system itself, a motion detector, intrusion sensor, smoke alarm or
industrial/commercial equipment sensors can be in a failed mode without any indication of the failure.
Information about the well being of the business or home is available only when an alarm occurs and
the phone line is available.

4. Dependence on the business or homeowner to turn the alarm system on and off is a dangerous
practice. The system may be inadvertently left off with no indication of its inability to protect the
premises.

5. Dependence on the business or homeowner to replace batteries is a weak point in present systems.
Failure to replace them can result in the loss of intrusion or fire alarming without anyone knowing about
the problem until it is too late.

6. Call centers that receive information about a possible alarm condition are often located far from the
subscriber, many of them out of state, preventing immediate local interaction in solving a problem.
Excessive delays may occur when a second notification is required.

7. Reliance on local law enforcement or firefighters to be the sole responders to an emergency takes
many precious minutes in spite of their amazing efficiency. Willing neighbors, who could possibly
respond quickly, have no consistent way of knowing of a problem in a subscriber home until it is too
late.

8. Security providers today are charging what the traffic will bear with little regard for the real need for
an inexpensive and comprehensive system that is available to all.

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                                    Universal Home Security
                                     Description of Project
The UHS Fail Safe Security System is a revolutionary challenge to current alarm systems. Its
basic approach is to constantly monitor subscribers and sensors, providing absolute, fail safe
security independent of flawed communication lines. It will be limited only by the extremely
high reliability of present day electronic and communication technology.

1. The subscriber controller responds with security data to a periodic request from a central station and
from up to four neighbor controllers over the internet. Alarm data or the absence of a response to a
request for data is a major alarm condition.

2. All UHS sensors are fail safe. The outputs of the sensors are analog, not on/off, thereby allowing the
controller to measure the quality of the sensor along with any alarm information. Any variance from
prescribed limits is reported to service personnel.

3. Inexpensive intrusion sensors are located outside of the business or home, not inside. They are
mounted over each external door and accessible window or other entrance.

4. All UHS sensors are powered from the subscriber's controller. There are no batteries at the
sensors. The controller has a battery backup and is constantly monitored. The system battery or any
sensor that needs replacing is automatically reported to service personnel long before there is any
degradation in security. Replacements are made without the subscriber even being aware of the need.

5. The UHS Security System relies primarily on government support services to respond to alarms. The
installing company maintains the system. These services receive automated reports of these conditions
in their offices and patrol cars from the Internet. The reliability and simplicity of the system minimizes
false alarms. A rapid response feature is the UHS Neighborhood Watch Program (NWP). When a
subscriber has a problem of any kind, four neighbors are immediately notified and asked to help.
These neighbors must also be subscribers and are specially trained to respond to many different kinds
of alarms and form a citizens corps.

6. Critical alarm conditions such as smoke alarms can be directed to 911 or to the nearest fire station
from the subscriber controller

7. Normal use of the subscriber telephone is not interfered with. System initiated responses such as
911 calls may be automatic by agreement with the subscriber. In emergencies, the subscriber may not
be coherent in the process of getting people out of the business or home.

8. The system has a data base for all subscribers in its area which expedites response to an alarm.
Added to the alarm packet it provides:

        The name, address and phone numbers of the subscriber and of four neighbors.

        The type of alarm and condition.

        The location of the subscriber's floor and room on that floor in which the alarm has occurred.

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                                    Description of Project
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9. The UHS Security system is always on. Certain features of the system, such as external entry
(doors and windows) may be suspended under password control during certain times for cleaning and
daily entering and exiting. Restoration of the system is automatic. Pressing certain multiple keys is a
dire emergency. Authorized entrance to a business or home when the security system is on can be
made by keying in a password on a keypad located inside of each entrance. Exiting requires code entry
before leaving.

10. The UHS Security System is provided at a very competitive price compared to the cost of current
systems. The installation connects the controller to all of the sensors in the business or home. The
controller provides power and receives monitoring signals from the sensors. Installation is a simple
small cable connection inserted into an attractive plastic duct around the business or home which
makes an entry in and out of each sensor whether inside or outside of the building. The quality of these
cables is also constantly monitored.

11. The equipment automatically notifies selected neighbors that have this service of the alarm
condition in the UHS Neighborhood Watch Program. This notification consists of playback of
selected prerecorded messages in each subscriber controller identifying the location of the neighbor in
trouble, the type of problem and the location in the home where the trouble is. There is no direct voice
connection.

12. UHS Security Systems are testable. By entering a password and a test code on the keypad of the
controller a subscriber may test all of the sensor subsystems as to their physical, electrical and
reporting capabilities without causing an alarm.

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                            The UHS Neighborhood Watch Program
                                    Mission Statement
The mission of the UHS Neighborhood Watch Program is to energize the original ineffective Neighborhood
Watch that has been in use for years in local neighborhoods and is usually promoted by local police departments.
Our program will provide the possibility of an immediate response to emergencies. It will also promote
neighborhood support and concern.

                                      Universal Home Security
                                       Goals and Objectives
Goal #1 - Providing peace of mind for all homes and businesses and especially for those who are most
vulnerable to attacks in their homes and apartments: single people and the elderly.

Each home will have a low cost security system connected to the Internet and to the local telephone
line.

This system will constantly monitor the security elements of each home and business. It will measure
the quality of the sensors and report this information to the network of neighbors and to local security
officials.

Neighbors will be trained to be effective in many situations.

Goal #2 – Provide the highest level of state of the art equipment to supplant the incomplete and high
cost systems of today. In addition, it will maintain and enlarge the work forces of local licensed burglar
alarm companies without driving them out of business.

There are tens of thousands of small and medium size burglar alarm companies licensed by their
states. It is fully expected that when the public becomes aware of the availability of this Universal
Home Security, the sale of conventional equipment will cease. For a small licensing fee, these
companies will be properly trained, be allowed to purchase the new equipment, and install it throughout
the country.

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                                        Universal Home Security
                                          Management Plan

Key players in the proposed management organization are to be contractors to Universal Home Security It is not
the intent of UHS to form all of the constituents of such a large operation. We intend to utilize existing companies
that excel in their specific areas and already have a labor force in operation.

Following is the organizational chart of the Project:

Executive Director and Hardware Manager, UHS employee
Ruel R. Clark

Software Manager
Morris R. Clark

Project Director and Marketing Manager Contract

Circuit Board Manufacturer
Quick Turn Circuits and others

Manufacturing and Test Contractor
San Mina - SCM

Equipment Installation Contractors
Licensed Burglar Alarm Companies throughout the world

The funding for the project will be managed by the Project Director. He will set up an account at a separate bank
from the one holding investment funds. There will be an internal audit and external audit monthly for the first
year and then annually. Oversight will be accomplished by the directors and others as required by the investors.

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                                         Universal Home Security
                                          Beta Test-Six Months
Units Installed……………………………………10
There will be ten units installed for beta testing.

Cost of Units……………………………………………………$12,000.00
Cost of units requires low volume pricing and tooling.

Installation Cost…………………………………………………$3,000.00
Installation cost is for direct installation provided by licensed installers.

Supervisory Cost……………………………………………… $65,000.00
Supervisory cost is for UHS engineer/manager and software engineer.

Training Material Cost……………………………………….....$5000.00
Training material cost is for pre-production installation manuals.

Professional Evaluation Cost………………………………… $15,000.00
Professional evaluation cost is for evaluation by engineering and manufacturing professionals and investment
directors to approve production and installation methods
developed during the beta test.

Media Advertising Startup……………………………………$100,000.00
Preliminary advertising costs for agency selection.

Total Cost of Beta Testing…………………………………………………..$200,000.00

Initial Inventory Priming..……………………………..……$500,000.00
Cost of first 1000 units for inventory cycling

Media Advertising ………………….………………………$4,500,000.00
Ongoing advertising costs for national region advertising not including $3M for Utah

Total Investor Investment………………………............…………………$5,200,000.00
Preliminary and ongoing advertising costs for agency selection and inventory startup.

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                                     Universal Home Security
                       PROJECTED INCOME STATEMENT – PRODUCTION - YEAR ONE
                                             Income
Total Projected Units Sold…………………………..104,000

Wholesale Income from Unit Sales............................................$47,320,000
This income is projected from selling 104,000 units at $455 each

Investment from Partners.............................................................$1,500,000
This income is projected from license fees charged to each partner at $15,000 each.

Income from Monthly Fee….........................................................$4,524,000
This income is projected from the residual fee of $5.00 per customer increasing on a monthly basis.

Total Income.............................................................................................................$53,344,000



                           Note: Projected Burglar Alarm Company Partner First Year Compensation

Number of Partners…………………………………….………. 100

Units Per Partner ………………..……………………………....... 1040
Total units sold divided by the number of partners

Each Partner ROI …………………..……………………………. $52,000
Annual income for each partner not including customer residual of $5.00 per month

Regional Repair Income……………………………….……… $3,380,000
Annual residual income for service and repair. May be distributed among partners

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                                      Universal Home Security
                        PROJECTED INCOME STATEMENT – PRODUCTION - YEAR ONE
                                             Expense
Personnel………………………………….………………………$192,000
The total for this line item consists of the salaries of three positions.
Project director................................................$72,000
Technical director ...........................................$72,000
Administrative assistant ..................................$48,000

Fringe ......................... .....................................................................$69,000
The fringe rate is 36%.
Total fringe is 36% of $192,000.

Travel................................................................................................$24,000
Travel costs are for sales presentations in surrounding areas.

Equipment….....................................................................................$18,000
These funds will be used for developing new features.
First year only.
Desktop computers............................................$6,000
Peripherals.........................................................$6,000
Communications and database software...........$6,000

Media Advertising Utah Only......................................................$3,000,000
Advertising is the key for our success. National advertising
companies will be used

Startup Costs....................................................................................$25,000
These funds will be used to allow our contractors to build
automated manufacturing facilities. First year only.

Manufacturing Material.........................................................$46,176,000
Initial expenditure for 1000 units at $410 for each will be reimbursed
as new customers pay for their equipment.

Total Projected expenses….............................................................................$49,504,000
Total direct cost is the sum of all above expense items

Total Projected Net Income…………………………………….……………………$3,840,000
This is the total projected income minus the total projected expenses. This income
will be used as a reserve for litigation, anticipated advertising increase and incentives
for customer signup. Investor and developer ROI is also included in this figure.
Angel investors will receive approximately 33% return for each of three years.
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                                    Universal Home Security
                           Budget Summary – Monthly – Production - First Year ($1000)
    ITEM \ MONTH >        1      2       3      4      5      6       7      8      9          10         11      12    Sub        Total
    Project Dir $K        6       6      6      6      6      6       6      6      6            6         6       6          72
    Tech Dir $K           6       6      6      6      6      6       6      6      6            6         6       6          72
    Assist $K             4       4      4      4      4      4       4      4      4            4         4       4          48
      Total Pers $K                                                                                                                   192
    Fringe @36% $K         6      6       6      6      6      6       6      6      6          6           6      6                   69
    Travel $K              2      2       2      2      2      2       2      2      2          2           2      2                   24
    Soft, Hardware $K     18      0       0      0      0      0       0      0      0          0           0      0                   18
    Media Adv $K         250    250     250    250    250    250     250    250    250        250         250    250                3,000
    Startup $K            25      0       0      0      0      0       0      0      0          0           0      0                   25
    Mfg Mat'l $K        3848   3848    3848   3848   3848   3848    3848   3848   3848       3848        3848   3848               46,176
      Total Direct $K   4165   4122    4122   4122   4122   4122    4122   4122   4122       4122        4122   4122               49,504
    Sub Sold #          8667   8667    8667   8667   8667   8667    8667   8667   8667       8667        8667   8667    104000
                           -      -       -      -      -      -       -      -      -
    Wholesale $K        3943   3943    3943   3943   3943   3943    3943   3943   3943      -3943       -3943   -3943              -47,320
                           -
    License $K          1500      0      0      0      0      0       0       0      0           0         0       0                -1,500
                                                                              -      -
    Monthly $K          -433   -520    -607   -693   -780   -867    -953   1040   1127      -1213       -1300   -1387              -11,960
                           -
     Net Income $K      1712   -342    -428   -515   -602   -688    -775   -862   -948      -1035       -1122   -1208              -11,276
    Total Grant $K         0      0       0      0      0      0       0      0      0          0           0       0                    0

    Partner:
    Partner #           100       0      0      0      0      0       0      0      0            0         0       0                  100
    Partner Monthly
    $K                  -433   -433    -433   -433   -433   -433    -433   -433   -433       -433        -433    -433               -5,200
    Sub / Partner #       87     87      87     87     87     87      87     87     87         87          87      87     1040
    Each Partner $K       -4     -4      -4     -4     -4     -4      -4     -4     -4         -4          -4      -4      -52

    Region:
    Region Repair $K      0     -87    -173   -260   -347   -433    -520   -607   -693       -780        -867    -953               -6,760

    Profit Detail:                                                                       Cost Detail:
    Mfg Profit $         50    $/Sub                                                     Cost to build           444    $/Sub
    Partner Profit $     50    $/Sub                                                     Partner Cost            455    $/Sub
    Region Residual $    10    $/Sub                                                     Installation            100    $/Sub
                                                                                         Sales
    Mfg Residual $       10    $/Sub                                                     Price                   605    $/Sub
    Wholesale$          455    $/Sub



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                                          Universal Home Security
                                            Budget Justification

The total for Personnel $ consists of the salaries of three positions for one year.

The Fringe rate is 36%.

Travel $ is for initial sales efforts in surrounding areas for the first year.

Equipment $ will be used to develop new features to enhance sales.

Media Advertising $ is for multi-state television and radio advertising and media presentations.

Startup Costs $ are for our contractors to build automated assembly procedures.

Manufacturing Material $ is in steps of 1000 systems to obtain quantity discounts payable monthly. Material
cost is $444 for an average 4 bedroom home. It is balanced by wholesale income of $455 per unit sold.

Total Direct Cost $ is the sum of all costs.

Units Sold $ is the total number of units sold per month

Wholesale $ is the sale price to the partner at $455 per unit sold.

Partner # is number of partners.

License $ is based on 100 partners at a franchise cost of $15,000.00 each.

Monthly $ income is derived from the monthly fee for services.

Net Income $ is the total of all income minus all expenses for the year.

Units per Partner # is the total units sold divided by the number of partners.

Each Partner $ is the total income from equipment retail sales and monthly income divided by the number of
partners.


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                                         Universal Home Security
                                            Continuation Plan
After the one year, the investment term is completed and staff salaries and all other expenses will be paid with
sales income. Refer to annual budget above.



                                         Universal Home Security
                                             Evaluation Plan
For us, evaluation is necessary and valuable because it identifies the project activities that will result in satisfied
customers. This will result in a significant reduction in intrusions and destructive fires in communities that use the
system.

Each customer will be asked to respond to a survey in the fourth month of installation. The results of the survey
will be used to improve the features of the system and add features that are desired by the community.

The survey will be comprised of the following types of questions:
1. How do feel when you are away from home or asleep at night now that the UHS-Security System has been
installed in your home or business?
2. Is the system easy to use? Is there a way we may improve its ease of use?
3. Was the installation done in a manner that did not interfere with your household or business activities?
4. Are you pleased with the way the system looks? How can we improve it?
5. Were there any failures or problems after installation that were not properly addressed by the installing
company?
6. Have there been any occasions when the system was useful?
7. Have you attempted to test the system? Was testing Simple?
8. How would you rate the system with other security systems you have had experience with?


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                                        Universal Home Security
                                         Documentation Plan
Goal 1—Perform all preparatory activities: hire staff, train personnel, and obtain materials.

Our plans for documentation include gathering together in the office of the Project
Director: staff hiring records; recruitment, screening, procedures and training materials for burglar alarm partners.

Goal 2---Setup procedures for obtaining materials for our manufacturing partners and procedures for distribution
of the finished goods to our burglar alarm partners.

Goal 3 -–Setup financial procedures for sales to burglar alarm partners and billing.

Goal 4---Begin advertising, manufacturing and sales.

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                                       Universal Home Security
                                         Dissemination Plan
Local and national advertising is the key to success of this project. Consumers need to know the
shortcomings and dangers of using present systems and that there is now an alternative.

We will use our web site www.iss-now.com and actively pursue reciprocal links with national information
resources for security. We will contract with professionals list us on all relevant search engines.

In addition, we will join as members of all relevant Associations nationally and actively
pursue publicity for our Project. This will be done by submitting articles to newsletters
and participating in conferences as speakers and attendees.

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                                    Universal Home Security
                               Job Description and Personnel Bios
Ruel R. Clark

Project Position—Executive Director and Hardware Manager, UHS employee

Experience
Mr. Clark has over 40 years in the field of automatic control. He has developed control systems for several local
manufacturing companies. His most recent development was with the National Weather Service providing a
refrigeration controller that maintained temperature and humidity for the radar tower in Norman, Oklahoma. Mr.
Clark operated his own data processing company for many years using his own proprietary equipment. His broad
experience in control led him to realize the deficiencies in present day security systems and becoming determined
to do something about it.

Summary
Challenges have been many for Mr. Clark. He has started several companies in his field and gained much
experience in attempting to make businesses a success. In the security field, there is formidable competition from
large security companies such as ADT, Brinks, AT&T, and others. He will be undaunted in meeting expected and
unexpected challenges and making this project a success.

Education
Bachelor of Science in Physics, Brigham Young University, 1959
Graduate work in Automatic Control, University of Utah 1965-1970
Numerous technical schools and seminars
Several Patents have been awarded to Mr. Clark in the field of automatic control

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Management Consulting Company

Bidding for services will take place after investment is awarded for the following resources:

       Management

       Advertising

       Technical

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                                     Universal Home Security
                                      Beta Testing Timeline
Month One
- Completion of beta test hardware
- Completion of firmware.
- Order Beta Test Hardware
- Begin hardware beta testing.

Month Two
- Engage Beta Test Installation Partners
- Write and test preliminary partner training manuals.
- Write and test preliminary subscriber training manuals

Month Three
- Installing Beta Test Subscribers

Months Four and Five
- Monitor Subscriber Acceptance.
- Beta Testing Complete.

Month Six
- Evaluation of Beta Test

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                                       Universal Home Security
                                         Production Timeline
Month One
Engage management firm and national advertising company.
- Preparation of advertising material.
- Manufacturing startup.
- Write and test functional partner training manuals.
- Write and test functional subscriber training manuals.

Month Two
- News release in Salt Lake City.
- Make preliminary hardware and software revisions.
- Begin mass manufacturing.
- Begin media advertising.
- Begin training partners.
- Begin contacting police and fire officials.

Month Three
- Begin local installations.
- Increase media advertising.
- Verify quality of installations.
- Make final hardware and software revisions.
- Modify manufacturing process for revisions.
- Finalize access to police and fire departments.

Month Four
- Begin advertising in other states.
- Continue local marketing efforts.

Months Five to Twelve
– Maximize sales through constant and effective advertising.

The Universal Home Security should be functional and generating income beginning in the second
month and be profitable in the sixth month after award of the investment. The investment period covers
one year and is composed of monthly investments that decrease throughout the year.
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