American Millennium (AMCI) Sells Satellite Communicators to GM
Tuesday July 27 9:12am
MOUNT DORA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 27, 1999--American Millennium Corporation, Inc. (OTC BB: AMCI) reported today that General Motors Corp (NYSE:GM) has recently purchased 10 of AMCI's Satellite Communicators (SCs) for testing purposes.
AMCI Chief Technical Officer Bruce R Bacon stated that, "Using the ORBCOMM Satellite Network, the 10 SC's are able to report a vehicle's global position as well as send and receive email to the vehicle's occupants. GM's Truck Engineering Group has been running trials using our units to track their test vehicles across the US over the Internet. For several months we have been working on additional software applications to meet the needs of their engineers for remote communication with the vehicle itself."
AMCI President and CEO Andrew F. Cauthen stated, "We had provided two of our units for "proof of concept" trials to the GM Truck Engineering Group last fall. This initial purchase of additional test units from such a prestigious company as General Motors is a major milestone in our business development."
AMCI is a licensed value-added reseller for ORBCOMM USA, L.P. that provides two-way monitoring, tracking, and messaging service through the world's first low-earth orbit satellite based data communications system. ORBCOMM is a partnership owned by Orbital Sciences Corporation (NYSE:ORB) and Teleglobe, Inc. of Canada, (NYSE:TSE).
This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve risk and uncertainties that could cause the company's actual results and experience to differ materially from anticipated results and expectations expressed herein. In particular, AMCI's plans may be revised, and its actual results may differ materially from that indicated by its current plans.
The AMCI website is located at <http://www.amc-wireless.com/> Contact:American Millennium Corporation Inc., Mount Dora James C. Statham, 352-735-0116