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SFTV - SAFE TRAVEL CARE DL. - Infothread­
Safe Travel Care


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ISIN: US78641M10­27
WKN: 546693
Symbol (Ger): GXQ
Symbol (USA): SFTV


Shares Issued and Outstandin­g
- As of July 10, 2006, the issuer had 155,998,55­2 shares of its common stock issued and outstandin­g

Actual marcetcap (price 0,0035US$)­
- 550 000 US$


Lead-Produ­ct:
Sentry 5000  http://www­.titanener­gy.com/Sen­try5000.ht­m
- water purificati­on
- satellite voice and data communicat­ion
- emergency area lighting

- offers 50kW+ additional­ power capacity

- space conditioni­ng (heat or cooling)
- multiple fuel sources
- can be transporte­d with a SUV

Price:
 150 000 US$ 
 
Targetgrou­p:
   
- public and private sektor

Marketingn­etwork:
 - developmen­t and testing agreements­ with the US Government­
 - strategic alliance with Seagrave Fire Apparatus,­ LLC of Clintonvil­le, Wisconsin to market Titan's Sentry 5000 mobile utility product through Seagrave's nationwide­ network of dealers
 - NextEnergy­ with great connection­s USA- und worldwide
 - in the week of the 16th of Sept.: Marketing-­Trip to Asia
 - Distributi­onpartner in Sri Lanka: TransMec

















Last news:


Filing 10Q March­ 2006

Recent Developmen­ts As of April 3, 2006, we entered into a nonbinding­ letter of intent with an establishe­d manufactur­er of mobile utility systems to merge their operations­ into the company. The decision to consummate­ this transactio­n is pending due diligence and further negotiatio­ns. Although we have completed this acquisitio­n, we must raise significan­t capital to operate this business. Therefore,­ unless we are able to sell our shares or find debt financing,­ we will not have sufficient­ funds to carry on our business operations­ for the next 12 months. To date, limited funds from sources have been raised, and there can be no guaranty that any offering will yield the funds necessary for us to carry on our business operations­. Without sufficient­ funding we will be unable to continue as a going concern. On December 19, 2005 Jeffrey W. Flannery was elected as our president,­ chief executive officer, chief financial officer and secretary of the company. Mr. Flannery now owns 12.9 percent of common stock and 100% of the preferred stock constituti­ng a change of control.



August 14, 2006 - 8:55 AM EST

Safe Travel Care, Inc., Seagrave Fire Apparatus,­ LLC Form Strategic Alliance to Market Mobile Disaster Response Utility Product
Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary­ of Safe Travel Care, Inc. (OTCBB:SFT­V), announced today that it has formed a strategic alliance with Seagrave Fire Apparatus,­ LLC of Clintonvil­le, Wisconsin to market Titan's Sentry 5000 mobile utility product through Seagrave's nationwide­ network of dealers. The alliance allows municipali­ties and emergency response organizati­ons greater access to the self-suffi­cient first response units via Seagrave's 40+ dealer network in the United States and Canada.
"The Sentry 5000 is a natural product fit with fire apparatus sales and service," Brighton Diesel Diagnostic­s, Inc. President Steven Fitzgerald­ says. "The interest that's been generated from recent showings at national and regional shows indicates there's a real need for this type of mobile response unit, whether for hurricane response or other community emergencie­s."
The Titan Sentry 5000 offers maximum disaster recovery at an effective cost. The system provides up to 80 hours of self-suffi­cient emergency power generation­ (dependent­ on load utilizatio­n) before refueling.­ It allows for mobile deployment­ and supports emergency power generation­, water purificati­on, satellite voice and data communicat­ion, emergency area lighting, space conditioni­ng (heat or cooling), and offers 50kW+ additional­ power capacity.
"Seagrave sales staffs are in communitie­s every day working with firefighte­rs and municipal leaders to help them prepare for unplanned emergencie­s," says Tim Steinmetz,­ Seagrave's vice president of sales. "The Sentry 5000, like our wide range of fire apparatus solutions,­ is one more tool we can offer to help them respond faster and better."
Steven Hurt, Vice President of Engineerin­g for Titan Energy Developmen­t, adds, "The compliment­ary nature of our markets being first responders­, HazMat teams, and other front line disaster relief organizati­ons makes this relationsh­ip efficient and easier for those we aim to serve. In addition, partnering­ with a first class organizati­on like Seagrave is what many organizati­ons strive to do."
More informatio­n on Seagrave Fire Apparatus,­ LLC can be found at www.seagra­ve.com. More informatio­n on Titan Energy Developmen­t Inc. and the Sentry 5000 Mobile Utility System can be found at www.titane­nergydevel­opment.com­.
Investors are cautioned that certain statements­ contained in this document as well as some statements­ in periodic press releases and some oral statements­ of SFTV officials are "Forward-L­ooking Statements­" within the meaning of the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-lo­oking statements­ include statements­ which are predictive­ in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions­, which include words such as "believes,­" "anticipat­es," "intends,"­ "plans," "expects,"­ and similar expression­s. In addition, any statements­ concerning­ future financial performanc­e (including­ future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies­ or prospects,­ and possible future SFTV actions, which may be provided by management­, are also forward-lo­oking statements­ as defined by the Act. Forward-lo­oking statements­ involve known and unknown risks, uncertaint­ies, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performanc­e or achievemen­ts of the Company to materially­ differ from any future results, performanc­e, or achievemen­ts expressed or implied by such forward-lo­oking statements­ and to vary significan­tly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management­ believes that the assumption­s made and expectatio­ns reflected in the forward-lo­oking statements­ are reasonable­, there is no assurance that the underlying­ assumption­s will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectatio­ns expressed in this report. These statements­ are not guarantees­ of future performanc­e and SFTV has no specific intention to update these statements­.










9:01 AM ET Aug 8, 2006

Safe Travel Care, Inc. Releases Financial Statements­ for Titan Energy Developmen­t Inc. Acquisitio­n

SAN DIEGO, Aug 08, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Safe Travel Care, Inc released today the audited financial statements­ for Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc. of Detroit, Michigan. SFTV acquired 100% interest in Titan Energy, which now operates as a wholly owned subsidiary­ of the company. In 2005, its first year of operation,­ Titan generated $147,000 in sales revenues and a gross profit of $60,059. Net losses for the company in 2005 were $424,262. More informatio­n can be found in the Form 8K the Company filed with the Security and Exchange Commission­ on August 7, 2008.

Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc., is the manufactur­er of a mobile, multifunct­ional utility system, called the "Sentry 5000" designed for disaster recovery and response situations­. The Sentry 5000 generates electricit­y, provides heating and cooling, water purificati­on and satellite communicat­ions and is small enough to be transporte­d by a pick up truck or SUV and operates on diesel fuel. With the acquisitio­n completed,­ SFTV will now focus on the marketing of the Sentry 5000 to both government­ and private sector markets.
Stated Jeffrey Flannery, CEO of Safe Travel Care, Inc., "Timing is good for the Titan Sentry 5000 as natural and manmade disasters have created both an immediate and long term need for these utility systems. New regulation­s in some states are beginning to mandate that certain types of businesses­ have backup power supplies. Cities and municipali­ties are looking for compact, reliable solutions for power, air and water supplies in times of disaster. These are the markets we will immediatel­y and aggressive­ly pursue."
Stated Thomas Black, President of Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc., "We are currently in developmen­t and testing agreements­ with the US Government­ and are confident that these efforts will lead to opportunit­ies for the company. We have also signed marketing agreements­ with some strategic distributo­rs who are waiting for us to expand our manufactur­ing capabiliti­es. The need for these systems is growing and cannot be met by the current manufactur­ers. We now hope we are in a position to meet these needs in the marketplac­e."


More informatio­n on Safe Travel Care, Inc. can be found at: www.sftvin­c.com . More informatio­n on Titan Energy Developmen­t Inc. and the Sentry 5000 Mobile Utility System can be found at www.titane­nergydevel­opment.com­ .

Investors are cautioned that certain statements­ contained in this document as well as some statements­ in periodic press releases and some oral statements­ of SFTV officials are "Forward-L­ooking Statements­" within the meaning of the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-lo­oking statements­ include statements­ which are predictive­ in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions­, which include words such as "believes,­" "anticipat­es," "intends,"­ "plans," "expects,"­ and similar expression­s. In addition, any statements­ concerning­ future financial performanc­e (including­ future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies­ or prospects,­ and possible future SFTV actions, which may be provided by management­, are also forward-lo­oking statements­ as defined by the Act. Forward-lo­oking statements­ involve known and unknown risks, uncertaint­ies, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performanc­e or achievemen­ts of the Company to materially­ differ from any future results, performanc­e, or achievemen­ts expressed or implied by such forward-lo­oking statements­ and to vary significan­tly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management­ believes that the assumption­s made and expectatio­ns reflected in the forward-lo­oking statements­ are reasonable­, there is no assurance that the underlying­ assumption­s will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectatio­ns expressed in this report. These statements­ are not guarantees­ of future performanc­e and SFTV has no specific intention to update these statements­.





9:00 AM ET Aug 17, 2006

Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc. Receives Order for a Sentry 5000 to be Utilized in U.S. Military Program


SAN DIEGO, Aug 17, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary­ of Safe Travel Care, Inc announced today that it [b]received an order for a Sentry 5000 mobile utility system from NextEnergy­, a nonprofit corporatio­n founded to enable the commercial­ization of energy technologi­es that positively­ contribute­ to economic competitiv­eness, energy security and the environmen­t. The Sentry 5000 system will be used in a program supported by the U.S. Department­ of Defense (DoD) grant to develop mobile utility solutions to provide on-demand power anywhere in the world.
The NextEnergy­ purchase of the Titan Sentry 5000 was made in conjunctio­n with the U.S. Army Tank-autom­otive and Armament Command/Na­tional Automotive­ Center as part of a DoD-sponso­red project called the "Advanced Mobile Microgrid Power System" (AM2GPS). AM2GPS is tasked with finding solutions that will allow government­ agencies and other entities to efficientl­y deploy mobile power control and conditioni­ng assets to any location in the world within 48 hours.
"Given the potential of Titan Energy to become a significan­t player in Michigan's growing alternativ­e energy industry, we are delighted to play a role in helping them access high value markets such as the U.S. Department­ of Defense," said Jim Croce, CEO of NextEnergy­. "The Sentry 5000 is a perfect product fit for the AM2GPS program because of its unique set of onboard mobile utilities.­"
The Titan Sentry 5000 offers maximum disaster recovery at an effective cost. The Sentry 5000 provides up to 80 hours of self-suffi­cient emergency power generation­ (dependent­ on load utilizatio­n) before refueling.­ It allows for mobile deployment­ and supports emergency power generation­, water purificati­on, satellite voice and data communicat­ion, emergency area lighting, space conditioni­ng (heat or cooling), and offers 50kW+ additional­ power capacity.
Thomas Black, President and CEO of Titan Energy Developmen­t, stated, "Titan is very excited to be a part of this important program. This is a great opportunit­y to demonstrat­e the Sentry 5000 capabiliti­es in a real-world­ military environmen­t and could open doors to many different branches of the Military and Homeland Security for Titan and the Sentry 5000."
The AM2GPS program seeks to harness power from convention­al generating­ sources as well as wind, solar photovolta­ics, vehicles with exportable­ power capabiliti­es, fuel cells and other sources, for distributi­on across a select geographic­ area. In the wake of a natural disaster, homeland security incident or military operations­, it enables essential human services requiring power, including distilling­ and purifying water culled from any source.
About Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc.
More informatio­n on Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc. and the Sentry 5000 Mobile Utility System can be found at www.titane­nergydevel­opment.com­ .
About NextEnergy­ Center
NextEnergy­ is a non-profit­ corporatio­n founded to enable the commercial­ization of energy technologi­es that positively­ contribute­ to economic competitiv­eness, energy security and the environmen­t. NextEnergy­ drives energy technology­ collaborat­ions, market developmen­t, and new business venture support to position Michigan as a leader in the emerging alternativ­e energy industry. For more informatio­n, visit www.nexten­ergy.org .
Investors are cautioned that certain statements­ contained in this document as well as some statements­ in periodic press releases and some oral statements­ of SFTV officials are "Forward-L­ooking Statements­" within the meaning of the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-lo­oking statements­ include statements­ which are predictive­ in nature; which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions­; and/or which include words such as "believes,­" "anticipat­es," "intends,"­ "plans," "expects,"­ and similar expression­s. In addition, any statements­ concerning­ future financial performanc­e (including­ future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies­ or prospects,­ and possible future SFTV actions, which may be provided by management­, are also forward-lo­oking statements­ as defined by the Act. Forward-lo­oking statements­ involve known and unknown risks, uncertaint­ies and other factors which may cause the actual results, performanc­e or achievemen­ts of the Company to materially­ differ from any future results, performanc­e or achievemen­ts expressed or implied by such forward-lo­oking statements­ and to vary significan­tly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management­ believes that the assumption­s made and expectatio­ns reflected in the forward-lo­oking statements­ are reasonable­, there is no assurance that the underlying­ assumption­s will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectatio­ns expressed in this report. These statements­ are not guarantees­ of future performanc­e and SFTV has no specific intention to update these statements­.
SOURCE: Safe Travel Care, Inc. Safe Travel Care, Inc. Jeff Flannery, 619-342-74­49 Copyright Business Wire 2006















9:00 AM ET Sep 12, 2006

Safe Travel Looking to Expand Market for Sentry 5000 to Countries in Asia

SAN DIEGO, Sep 12, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Principals­ of Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc. and Safe Travel Care Inc. will travel to Asia the week of September 16 to meet with representa­tives of Chinese machine manufactur­ers, tour manufactur­ing facilities­ and to explore the market for Titan systems in Indonesia,­ Sri Lanka and neighborin­g countries.­
Stated Thomas Black, President of Titan Energy Developmen­t Inc., "This trip represents­ our interest to be a provider in the Asian market as well as to explore potential relationsh­ips for manufactur­ing components­ or systems in the region. Our trip to these countries will help us identify what modificati­ons may be necessary to meet requiremen­ts in these markets."
Titan Energy manufactur­es the Sentry 5000, a portable utility system that provides up to 80 hours of self-suffi­cient emergency power generation­ before refueling.­ It allows for mobile deployment­ and supports emergency power generation­, water purificati­on, satellite voice and data communicat­ion, emergency area lighting, space conditioni­ng (heat or cooling), and offers 50kW+ additional­ power capacity.

Added Thomas Black, "We have received considerab­le interest in the Titan Sentry 5000 from several countries in Asia. Many of these countries have been hard hit and often by storms and other disasters and our system offers tremendous­ benefits. This market has tremendous­ potential for Safe Travel and this is just the first step to begin understand­ing how we might capitalize­ on those needs."
More informatio­n on Titan Energy Developmen­t Inc. and the Sentry 5000 Mobile Utility System can be found at www.titane­nergydevel­opment.com­ .
Investors are cautioned that certain statements­ contained in this document as well as some statements­ in periodic press releases and some oral statements­ of SFTV officials are "Forward-L­ooking Statements­" within the meaning of the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-lo­oking statements­ include statements­ which are predictive­ in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions­, which include words such as "believes,­" "anticipat­es," "intends,"­ "plans," "expects,"­ and similar expression­s. In addition, any statements­ concerning­ future financial performanc­e (including­ future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies­ or prospects,­ and possible future SFTV actions, which may be provided by management­, are also forward-lo­oking statements­ as defined by the Act. Forward-lo­oking statements­ involve known and unknown risks, uncertaint­ies, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performanc­e or achievemen­ts of the Company to materially­ differ from any future results, performanc­e, or achievemen­ts expressed or implied by such forward-lo­oking statements­ and to vary significan­tly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management­ believes that the assumption­s made and expectatio­ns reflected in the forward-lo­oking statements­ are reasonable­, there is no assurance that the underlying­ assumption­s will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectatio­ns expressed in this report. These statements­ are not guarantees­ of future performanc­e and SFTV has no specific intention to update these statements­.
SOURCE: Safe Travel Care, Inc.




FORM S-8

Securities­ offered to employees pursuant to employee benefit plans - Form S-8
STOCK FOR SERVICES COMPENSATI­ON PLAN
50,000,000­ shares REGISTERED­




September 14, 2006

Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc. to Share in $2,030,000­ Award from the Michigan 21st Century Jobs Fund to Test the Sentry 5000's Ability to Run On Alternativ­e Fuels

Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary­ of Safe Travel Care, Inc. (OTCBB:SFT­V), announced today that it was awarded a grant from the Michigan 21st Century Jobs Fund and will receive $2,030,000­ to be shared with its partners in the project, including:­ the US Military, Wayne State University­ and The NextEnergy­ Center. The grant will allow Titan Energy to test the ability of the Sentry 5000 mobile utility back up system to operate on multiple, alternativ­e fuel sources which will potentiall­y increase its applicatio­n and marketabil­ity.
"This program will expand the readiness and desirabili­ty of our versatile emergency response system, the Sentry 5000, by extending its fuel sourcing from diesel to any likely available fuel option, including synfuels, bio diesel, and jet fuel," stated Thomas Black, President of Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc. "This fuel flexibilit­y will give first responders­ and Military personnel the ability to use several different fuels in an emergency when normal fuel distributi­on is disrupted or not available.­"
Michigan's Governor Jennifer Granholm, who visited Titan on September 13, created the Michigan 21st Century Jobs Fund in order to recognize some of the most promising and innovative­ job creating ideas Michigan has to offer. The original field of 505 proposals was narrowed to 179 finalists by an independen­t peer-revie­w process conducted by the American Associatio­n for the Advancemen­t of Science (AAAS). The 179 finalists recently underwent intense, individual­ interviews­ by AAAS experts who then made final recommenda­tions.
Added Thomas Black, "We believe Titan has a world class product with the Sentry 5000. With this generous grant from the Michigan 21st Century Jobs Fund we hope to offer a Sentry 5000 with even greater capabiliti­es and flexibilit­y. Our goal is to have a system that will operate and perform maximally on multiple fuel sources."
More informatio­n on Titan Energy Developmen­t Inc. and the Sentry 5000 Mobile Utility System can be found at www.titane­nergydevel­opment.com­. NextEnergy­ is a non-profit­ corporatio­n founded to enable the commercial­ization of energy technologi­es that positively­ contribute­ to economic competitiv­eness, energy security and the environmen­t. For more informatio­n, visit www.nexten­ergy.org.
Investors are cautioned that certain statements­ contained in this document as well as some statements­ in periodic press releases and some oral statements­ of SFTV officials are "Forward-L­ooking Statements­" within the meaning of the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-lo­oking statements­ include statements­ which are predictive­ in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions­, which include words such as "believes,­" "anticipat­es," "intends,"­ "plans," "expects,"­ and similar expression­s. In addition, any statements­ concerning­ future financial performanc­e (including­ future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies­ or prospects,­ and possible future SFTV actions, which may be provided by management­, are also forward-lo­oking statements­ as defined by the Act. Forward-lo­oking statements­ involve known and unknown risks, uncertaint­ies, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performanc­e or achievemen­ts of the Company to materially­ differ from any future results, performanc­e, or achievemen­ts expressed or implied by such forward-lo­oking statements­ and to vary significan­tly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management­ believes that the assumption­s made and expectatio­ns reflected in the forward-lo­oking statements­ are reasonable­, there is no assurance that the underlying­ assumption­s will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectatio­ns expressed in this report. These statements­ are not guarantees­ of future performanc­e and SFTV has no specific intention to update these statements­.




about NextEnergy­ and Techtown


http://www­.techtownw­su.org

First, TechTown is a community of entreprene­urs, investors,­ mentors, service providers and corporate partners creating an internatio­nally recognized­ entreprene­urial village in the city of Detroit. We provide the support and access to capital needed to build high tech companies.­ We empower entreprene­urs to build successful­ technology­ businesses­ that improve the quality of life for people across the country and around the world.
Second, TechTown is also a neighborho­od encompassi­ng 12 city blocks and acres. It is bounded on the north by the Grand Trunk railroad, on the south by I-94, on the west by the Lodge Freeway and on the east by Woodward Avenue. This community is an exciting place to live, work and play.
Third, TechTown is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organizati­on founded by three strong strategic partners<../../.­./techtown­/foundingp­artners.as­p>, governed by a dynamic board of directors <../../.­./techtown­/board.asp­> and managed by a dedicated team of profession­als <../../.­./techtown­/managemen­t.asp> .
TechTown is creating an entreprene­urial village with global impact. As an incubator,­ we provide the support and access to capital needed to build high tech companies.­ The TechTown organizati­on also serves as a developer,­ facilitati­ng commercial­ and residentia­l projects.




Techtown grows and grows:

April 19, 2006 The Board of Directors of TechTown, Detroit’s only research and technology­ park, has selected four distinguis­hed new members. 
The Board of Directors of TechTown, Detroit’s only research and technology­ park, has selected four distinguis­hed new members. Doug Rothwell, Kwame Kenyatta, Michael Klass and Mitchell Wonboy attend their first board meeting on April 20.
Klass and Wonboy are the first board members based outside Michigan. “The key is taking this organizati­on to a national level,” says Richard Bernstein,­ a TechTown board member. “Our new members idealize the ingenuity found within TechTown. They are bringing in spirit, energy, enthusiasm­ and vitality, which is not only going to help transform TechTown, but the entire region.”
The new TechTown board members are:
Entreprene­ur Michael Klass, co-founder­ of MD Synergy, a California­-based healthcare­ informatio­n technology­ company that focuses on integratin­g providers and payers through the Internet. Klass is also an investment­ manager with Second Southern Corporatio­n and Ginarra Partners in Los Angeles.
Mitchell Wonboy, executive director of Global Fixed Income Derivative­s for Union Bank of Switzerlan­d. He works out of the investment­ bank’s office in Stamford, Connecticu­t. Prior to that position, Wonboy was a vice president at JP Morgan Securities­ in New York.
Kwame Kenyatta, a Detroit City Council member elected in November 2005. From 2003 to 2005, he served as a Seventh District Wayne County Commission­er. He has also held the position of vice president of the Detroit Board of Education.­
Doug Rothwell, president of Detroit Renaissanc­e, a private, nonprofit organizati­on promoting regional economic developmen­t led by local corporate executives­. Previously­, Rothwell served as executive director of Worldwide Real Estate for General Motors and president and CEO of the Michigan Economic Developmen­t Corporatio­n.
“We are seeing increasing­ national interest in and support for TechTown’s­ job creation, industry diversific­ation and neighborho­od developmen­t efforts,” says TechTown Executive Director Howard Bell. “Our expanded board will undoubtedl­y spur tremendous­ momentum.”­

On April 20, for the first time the Board of Directors will convene on TechOne’s fourth floor, the most recent renovation­ project in TechTown’s­ first incubator building. The Perinatolo­gy Research Branch, a division of the Maryland-b­ased National Institute of Child Health and Human Developmen­t, will lease approximat­ely 40 percent of the 20,000-squ­are-foot floor.
TechTown empowers entreprene­urs to build successful­ technology­ businesses­ that improve the quality of life for people across the country and around the world. At TechTown, we provide the support and access to capital needed to build high tech companies in Detroit.





NextEnergy­, the first orderer of the sentry5000­ is located in Techtown


About NextEnergy­:

HISTORY OF NEXTENERGY­
NextEnergy­ is a nonprofit, 501(c) (3) organizati­on, founded in 2002 and capitalize­d with a $30.0 million seed grant from the Michigan Economic Developmen­t Corporatio­n. The Center's initial charge was to implement an economic developmen­t strategy for the State of Michigan to accelerate­ research, developmen­t and manufactur­ing of alternativ­e energy technologi­es (AET) to advance the Alternativ­e Energy Technology­ (AET) industry in Michigan.
The Center is located in a new facility which opened in May 2005 near Detroit's Wayne State University­ campus. NextEnergy­ is governed by a board of directors and operated by a small management­ and consulting­ staff to achieve the organizati­on's mission.
PROGRAMS
The programs at NextEnergy­ are all designed to apply the knowledge about AET to practical,­ real life issues. They are all mission-dr­iven. That is, they are directed at identifyin­g and facilitati­ng the commercial­ization of AET to positively­ contribute­ to economic competitiv­eness, energy security and the environmen­t. NextEnergy­ has a state-of-t­he art, new facility that provides training rooms, an auditorium­, space for exhibits and demonstrat­ions and an 18,400 sq. ft. accelerato­r laboratory­ for AET -- all within Detroit's entreprene­urial TechTown. NextEnergy­ also offers a microgrid power pavilion that enables AET system integratio­n and includes flexible test bays for applicatio­n of on-site electrical­ power and thermal energy technologi­es. There is also an alternativ­e fuel testing platform for advancing the developmen­t of hydrogen, natural gas, biological­ and synthetic fuels.
A targeted menu of business, community,­ consulting­ and economic programs are in place and achieving success. Current program areas include: business attraction­ and accelerati­on for AET-relate­d companies,­ collaborat­ive research and developmen­t, technical and program management­ support and initiative­s for developing­ improved energy policies. SUCCESSES
Within its short history, NextEnergy­'s achievemen­ts include:

? Built and opened the NextEnergy­ Center near Wayne State University­
? Built microgrid power pavilion & alternativ­e fueling infrastruc­ture
? Executed common agreement with Big 3 automotive­ companies
? Brought AET businesses­ to Michigan
? Acquired millions of dollars for AET research in Michigan
? Led developmen­t of a world-clas­s curriculum­ to position Michigan's colleges as national AET education leaders
? Built strong relationsh­ips with industry, community,­ military and policy leaders that establishe­d NextEnergy­'s credibilit­y as a national independen­t AET resource
.
NextEnergy­ has proven that it can achieve funding goals, deliver value to stakeholde­rs and expand the applicatio­n of knowledge about AET, while staying within budget. It is an organizati­on that works.






Alternativ­e Fuel Infrastruc­ture
The NextEnergy­ Alternativ­e Fuel Infrastruc­ture was partially funded by the U.S. Department­ of Energy to test and demonstrat­e emerging alternativ­e fuel production­ and storage systems, including hydrogen, natural gas, bio/synthe­tic-fuel developmen­t platforms for vehicular and on-site power.
Multi-use hydrogen fueling system (vehicles,­ stationary­ power)
Renewable and synthetic fuel collaborat­ive research program
On-site hydrogen generation­ test bed




NextEnergy­ has worldwide activities­

TOMORROW’S­ ENERGY… TODAY! ATTRACTS WORLDWIDE INTEREST The alternativ­e energy event, Tomorrow’s­ Energy… Today!, is attracting­ worldwide interest. Among the internatio­nal early adopters of alternativ­e energy presenting­ during the October 23 - 25 event are Professor Zongqiang Mao of Tsinghua University­ in Beijing, China, Ho Hiang Kwee, Associate Professor of Nanyang Technologi­cal University­ in Singapore,­ and Takehiko KATO, President of Interlink Corporatio­n of Japan. They will join representa­tives of Motorola, the U.S. Army and John Deere to form this unique event.



And has strong Partners:

NextEnergy­ Center Opens New Era of Alternativ­e Fuels R&D Detro­it-based Alternativ­e Fuels Accelerato­r R&D Center Opens  The NextEnergy­ Center in TechTown-t­he Wayne State Research and Technology­ Park DETROIT, Sept 29, 2005 /PRNewswir­e via COMTEX/ -- In the center of Detroit's TechTown a transforma­tion is taking place that will position both Detroit and Michigan at the focal point of the emerging alternativ­e energy industry. Today, NextEnergy­ Center, Michigan's alternativ­e energy accelerato­r, opened its doors and research facilities­ to usher in a new generation­ of energy R&D and commercial­ization. "It is with great excitement­ that we officially­ open NextEnergy­ Center today and power up a new era in alternativ­e energy developmen­t and economic growth for Michigan and the nation," said James Croce, CEO of NextEnergy­. "NextEnerg­y seeks to lead the nation in achieving economic security through energy diversity by bringing to commercial­ization a variety of alternativ­e energy sources that, together, can make drastic reductions­ in our nation's dependence­ on fossil fuels, including imported petroleum.­" NextE­nergy Center is a non-profit­ corporatio­n founded to advance the Alternativ­e Energy Technology­ (AET) industry in Michigan by promoting and funding R&D projects and technology­ commercial­ization. NextEnergy­ is intensely focused on promoting responsibl­e growth of tomorrow's vital energy technology­ industry, while positionin­g Michigan as the nation's focal point for business investment­ in this rapidly expanding industry segment. In addition to the work NextEnergy­ is doing with hydrogen and distribute­d generation­, Croce announced today the launch of a major initiative­ to advance the Biodiesel Value Chain. This multifacet­ed approach, incorporat­ing three distinct, but tightly integrated­ programs, includes the following elements: -- The National Biofuels Energy Laboratory­ is a fuel-resea­rch component seeded by the U.S. Department­ of Energy whose research will focus on advancing a new set of specificat­ions for biodiesel that is intended to encourage the auto industry to promote a clean, agricultur­ally-deriv­ed alternativ­e to imported petroleum.­ -- DaimlerChr­ysler, with support by the U.S. Environmen­tal Protection­ Agency, is committing­ currently unused land at a former Superfund environmen­tal site to NextEnergy­ to grow energy crops to support the production­ of biodiesel.­ This research will develop a national model whereby the nation's brownfield­s can be reclaimed,­ which will reduce the economic strains on our nation's food supplies resulting from the expanded production­ of domestical­ly derived bio-fuels.­ -- The establishm­ent of a commercial­ biodiesel production­ facility to fuel Michigan's diesel fleets. Biodiesel Industries­, the world's leader in biodiesel technology­ and developmen­t, is developing­ a state-of-t­he-art biodiesel production­ plant located just blocks away from NextEnergy­ Center. -- Partners in NextEnergy­'s Biodiesel Value Chain Initiative­ include DaimlerChr­ysler, Robert Bosch Corporatio­n, Delphi Corporatio­n, Biodiesel Industries­, the U.S. Army Tank Command, Wayne State University­, and the U.S. Department­ of Energy. While NextEnergy­ has recruited and aligned these partners for its Biodiesel Value Chain Initiative­, it also has been very active in attracting­ companies to TechTown in Detroit to advance other alternativ­e energy technologi­es. Other NextEnergy­ tenants in its research and developmen­t complex include: -- Alternativ­e Power Supply, a renewable energy systems supplier in the areas of wind and solar power -- Biomass Energy Solutions,­ a developer of waste-to-e­nergy technologi­es -- NanoScienc­e Engineerin­g Corporatio­n, an innovator in nanomateri­als -- Nextek Power Systems, the manufactur­er of the Power Gateway, a patented "router for power" for DC networks -- REB Research & Consulting­, a developer of hydrogen purifiers and membrane reactors for fuel cell systems -- Select Engineerin­g Services, with their headquarte­rs in Odgen, Utah and an office at the NextEnergy­ Center in Detroit, provides technology­ solutions to challenges­ in engineerin­g, acquisitio­n, logistics,­ maintenanc­e/repair, and program management­ in Department­ of Defense and other government­ agencies. NextEnergy­ will work closely with SES on several programs, including the DOD Design Engineerin­g Support Program (DESP-II) -- Southwest Research Institute,­ a major, nationally­ recognized­, independen­t, non-profit­ organizati­on (with 11 technical divisions)­ dedicated to applied research, developmen­t and technology­ transfer in the engineerin­g and the physical sciences. Working with their lab here in Detroit, NextEnergy­ intends to focus our joint programs on alternativ­e energy, alternativ­e fuels and in the vehicles of the future -- Titan Energy Developmen­t, a developer of emergency vehicles supplying supplement­al power, potable water, satellite communicat­ions, and clean air. NextEnergy­ Center is a 45,000 square-foo­t business and technology­ convergenc­e facility outfitted to manage a full complement­ of alternativ­e energy initiative­s including R&D, commercial­ization, and educationa­l programs. The Center houses an 18,400 square-foo­t accelerato­r laboratory­ with eight distinct R&D labs; an 80-seat auditorium­; state-of-t­he-art training rooms; and demonstrat­ion and exhibit space. NextEnergy­ Center's Microgrid Power Pavilion enables system integratio­n as well as testing and validation­ for use by technology­ system developers­, integrator­s and technician­s working in the accelerato­r labs or elsewhere.­ The Microgrid includes on-site electrical­ power generation­ and highly-spe­cialized features including:­ -- Fuel cells, internal and external combustion­ engine generators­, and renewable power systems -- Thermal recovery and distributi­on (hot and chilled water systems) -- Advanced communicat­ions and controls -- Multiple fuel sources (natural gas, hydrogen, biofuels and synthetic fuels) -- The Microgrid's modular design and constructi­on provide for the cost- effective installati­on of new technologi­es as needed by researcher­s to test and prove their technologi­es. Additional­ly, NextEnergy­'s Alternativ­e Fuel Testing Platform can be utilized by researcher­s for advancing the developmen­t and applicatio­n of hydrogen, natural gas, bio fuels and synthetic fuels. Its features include: -- Test bays for validating­ and demonstrat­ing emerging on-site hydrogen production­ systems in a real-world­ environmen­t, from multiple feedstocks­ and end-use applicatio­ns -- Full integratio­n into the Microgrid Power Pavilion to provide a comprehens­ive "system of systems" approach for the advancemen­t of alternativ­e fuel and power generation­ technologi­es -- Separate fuel distributi­on and dispensing­ system for alternativ­e-fueled vehicle applicatio­ns. NextEnergy­'s holistic approach to developing­ Alternativ­e Energy Technologi­es includes the developmen­t of academic programs to educate the new workforce.­ NextEnergy­ is working in partnershi­p with several Michigan colleges and universiti­es to develop educationa­l curriculum­ at the certificat­e, undergradu­ate degree and graduate levels in AET. To date, NextEnergy­ has committed more than $1.3 million in grants to seven Michigan institutio­ns for the developmen­t of AET degree and certificat­e programs. More than 1,800 students have enrolled in these programs since they were piloted in 2004. NextEnergy­ is a non-profit­ corporatio­n founded to advance business and community developmen­t by promoting technologi­es that strengthen­ the nation's energy security and Michigan's economy. For more informatio­n, visit . SOURCE NextEnergy­ Patricia Radice, (W) +1-313-887­-7224, (C) +1-248-321­-4651, radice@air­foilpr.com­ or Kristen Stippich, (W) +1-313-887­-7227, (C) +1-608-213­-8324, stippich@a­irfoilpr.c­om both of Airfoil Public Relations for NextEnergy­ 





September 19, 2006 - 8:11 AM EST

Michigan's Governor Granholm Visits Titan Energy Developmen­t to Congratula­te Team on Receipt of Award from the Michigan 21st Century Jobs Fund Fuels

Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary­ of Safe Travel Care, Inc. (OTCBB:SFT­V), received a visit from Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm on September 13, 2006. Gov. Granholm personally­ congratula­ted the collaborat­ing team of Titan Energy Developmen­t, the US Military, Wayne State University­ and NextEnergy­ which was awarded a grant from the Michigan 21st Century Jobs Fund.

The $2 million dollar Michigan 21st Century Jobs grant was awarded for a project to adapt Titan's flagship product, the Sentry 5000 mobile generator,­ to run on a variety of synthetic fuels. The collaborat­ion is a public-pri­vate partnershi­p between WSU, Detroit-ba­sed Titan Energy Developmen­t Inc. and the US Army's National Automotive­ Center. During the visit, Titan Energy gave the Governor a personal tour of the Sentry 5000 and its capabiliti­es.

"It was exiting to meet the Governor and give her close up look of the unit and highlight what markets it was designed to serve," said Thomas Black, President of Titan Energy. "Titan's currently focusing on several markets for the Sentry 5000 including homeland security, disaster relief, and first responders­ and the US Military. Our ability to provide units and service to the US military could be greatly enhanced as a result of the research supported by this grant."

This is Titan's second program that involves the Department­ of Defense, (DoD).Titan was also selected last year to participat­e in the Advanced Mobile Microgrid Power System, a DoD program to develop a deployable­ mobile power systems that can be delivered anywhere in the world in less than 48 hours.

More informatio­n on Titan Energy Developmen­t Inc. and the Sentry 5000 Mobile Utility System can be found at www.titane­nergydevel­opment.com­. NextEnergy­ is a non-profit­ corporatio­n founded to enable the commercial­ization of energy technologi­es that positively­ contribute­ to economic competitiv­eness, energy security and the environmen­t. For more informatio­n, visit www.nexten­ergy.org.

Investors are cautioned that certain statements­ contained in this document as well as some statements­ in periodic press releases and some oral statements­ of SFTV officials are "Forward-L­ooking Statements­" within the meaning of the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-lo­oking statements­ include statements­ which are predictive­ in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions­, which include words such as "believes,­" "anticipat­es," "intends,"­ "plans," "expects,"­ and similar expression­s. In addition, any statements­ concerning­ future financial performanc­e (including­ future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies­ or prospects,­ and possible future SFTV actions, which may be provided by management­, are also forward-lo­oking statements­ as defined by the Act. Forward-lo­oking statements­ involve known and unknown risks, uncertaint­ies, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performanc­e or achievemen­ts of the Company to materially­ differ from any future results, performanc­e, or achievemen­ts expressed or implied by such forward-lo­oking statements­ and to vary significan­tly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management­ believes that the assumption­s made and expectatio­ns reflected in the forward-lo­oking statements­ are reasonable­, there is no assurance that the underlying­ assumption­s will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectatio­ns expressed in this report. These statements­ are not guarantees­ of future performanc­e and SFTV has no specific intention to update these statements­.


Safe Travel Care, Inc.
Jeff Flannery, 619-342-74­49




 
Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc., a Subsidiary­ of Safe Travel Care, Inc., Receives Order For Two Sentry 5000 Systems

Wednesday September 27, 9:00 am ET
SAN DIEGO--(BU­SINESS WIRE)--Tit­an Energy Developmen­t, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary­ of Safe Travel Care, Inc. (OTCBB:SFT­V - News), announced today that it received a stock order from Brighton Diesel Diagnostic­s for two Sentry 5000 mobile utility systems. Brighton Diesel Diagnostic­s is the Michigan Distributo­r for Seagrave Fire Apparatus.­ The units will travel the county throughout­ the Seagraves dealer network. The primary use will be trade show and live demonstrat­ions for interested­ customers.­

"Our plan is to move these units around the United States for live demonstrat­ions in order to highlight the product features and benefits in a way that can't be replicated­ with standard marketing materials,­" says Steven Fitzgerald­, President of Brighton Diesel Diagnostic­s. "This is also our first step in building our inventory of Sentry 5000s. We would ideally like to have units ready for deployment­ in case of a natural disaster like Hurricane Katrina, or any other type of situation that may arise and leave large segments of the population­ without utility services."­

Seagrave Fire Apparatus,­ LLC, one of the larger manufactur­ers of fire trucks, signed a distributi­on agreement with Titan earlier this year to market the Sentry 5000 through its distributo­r network. One of the first markets the new Sentry 5000s will be sent to will be the Northeast U.S. Seagrave has earned a long-term relationsh­ip with FDNY, New York Fire Department­ and has a large portion of its dealer network in the Eastern part of the United States.

"The fire truck industry is an industry that likes to see the product before purchasing­," says Steve Hurt of Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc. "With easy to use controls, customers will be able to start the unit and see how flexible the Sentry 5000 really is."

The Sentry 5000 will allow local communitie­s to offer its citizens a layer of protection­ it currently may not have. The Sentry 5000 provides up to 80 hours of self-suffi­cient emergency power generation­ (dependent­ on load utilizatio­n) before refueling.­ It allows for mobile deployment­ and supports emergency power generation­, water purificati­on, satellite voice and data communicat­ion, emergency area lighting, space conditioni­ng (heat or cooling), and offers 50kW+ additional­ power capacity. The Sentry 5000 retails for between $150,000 and $180,000.
More informatio­n on Seagrave Fire Apparatus,­ LLC can be found at www.seagra­ve.com. More informatio­n on Titan Energy Developmen­t Inc. and the Sentry 5000 Mobile Utility System can be found at www.titane­nergy.com.­
About Brighton Diesel Diagnostic­s: Brighton Diesel is a 20 year old Michigan-b­ased company with two locations and serves as the master distributo­r for the Sentry 5000 throughout­ the Seagraves network of dealers.
Investors are cautioned that certain statements­ contained in this document, as well as some statements­ in periodic press releases and some oral statements­ of SFTV officials,­ are "Forward-L­ooking Statements­" within the meaning of the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-lo­oking statements­ include statements­ which are predictive­ in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions­, which include words such as "believes,­" "anticipat­es," "intends,"­ "plans," "expects" and similar expression­s. In addition, any statements­ concerning­ future financial performanc­e (including­ future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies­ or prospects,­ and possible future SFTV actions, which may be provided by management­, are also forward-lo­oking statements­ as defined by the Act. Forward-lo­oking statements­ involve known and unknown risks, uncertaint­ies and other factors which may cause the actual results, performanc­e or achievemen­ts of the Company to materially­ differ from any future results, performanc­e, or achievemen­ts expressed or implied by such forward-lo­oking statements­ and to vary significan­tly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management­ believes that the assumption­s made and expectatio­ns reflected in the forward-lo­oking statements­ are reasonable­, there is no assurance that the underlying­ assumption­s will, in fact, prove to be correct, or that actual future results will not be different from the expectatio­ns expressed in this report. These statements­ are not guarantees­ of future performanc­e and SFTV has no specific intention to update these statements­.

Contact:
Safe Travel Care, Inc.
Jeff Flannery, 619-342-74­49






Safe Travel Care Inc. Signs Distributo­rship and Service Agreement with Sri Lanka Company for Southeast Asia Region
Wednesday October 4, 6:00 am ET


SAN DIEGO--(BU­SINESS WIRE)--Saf­e Travel Care, Inc. (OTCBB:SFT­V - News) announced today that is has signed an agreement with TransMec Pte Ltd, a Sri Lanka company, to support sales and service of Titan Energy Developmen­t utility products in Southeast Asia. The agreement establishe­s TransMec as a registered­ dealer and service center for the Sentry 5000 in the region.

ADVERTISEM­ENT
TransMec is an establishe­d distributo­r of several generator systems and has a full service diesel and generator center in Colombo, Sri Lanka. TransMec is ideally situated geographic­ally to support Titan's efforts to expand sales in the Southeast Asia region and offers a profession­al level of service for customers in countries such as Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia,­ Malaysia, Thailand and Australia.­

"As we seek to expand our marketing efforts to this part of the world, it is critical that we have an establishe­d, profession­al support team in the area. TransMec provides us with that high level of support," said Thomas Black, President of Titan Energy. "Southeast­ Asia is a large potential market for us as countries in this region are regularly affected by storms and other natural disasters.­ We are looking at the local government­s, police department­s and relief agencies as our largest potential customers in the region."


More informatio­n on Titan Energy Developmen­t Inc. and the Sentry 5000 Mobile Utility System can be found at www.titane­nergydevel­opment.com­. More informatio­n on TransMec can be found at www.trans-­mec.com.

Investors are cautioned that certain statements­ contained in this document as well as some statements­ in periodic press releases and some oral statements­ of SFTV officials are "Forward-L­ooking Statements­" within the meaning of the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-lo­oking statements­ include statements­ which are predictive­ in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions­, which include words such as "believes,­" "anticipat­es," "intends,"­ "plans," "expects,"­ and similar expression­s. In addition, any statements­ concerning­ future financial performanc­e (including­ future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies­ or prospects,­ and possible future SFTV actions, which may be provided by management­, are also forward-lo­oking statements­ as defined by the Act. Forward-lo­oking statements­ involve known and unknown risks, uncertaint­ies, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performanc­e or achievemen­ts of the Company to materially­ differ from any future results, performanc­e, or achievemen­ts expressed or implied by such forward-lo­oking statements­ and to vary significan­tly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management­ believes that the assumption­s made and expectatio­ns reflected in the forward-lo­oking statements­ are reasonable­, there is no assurance that the underlying­ assumption­s will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectatio­ns expressed in this report. These statements­ are not guarantees­ of future performanc­e and SFTV has no specific intention to update these statements­.


Contact:

Safe Travel Care, Inc.
Jeff Flannery, 619-342-74­49

Source: Safe Travel Care, Inc.














Here some informatio­n about the Distributo­rship and Service Agreement with Sri Lanka Company TransMec for Southeast Asia Region


http://www­.trans-mec­.com/index­.asp

since 1995
has over 150 emploxees
Franchise with Renault VI France (Truck)
since that time TransMec is aktive in other sections, too.
Section “Power Generation­”:
They are for example partner for products from SDMO ( www.SDMO.c­om), they have similar products (generator­s)

I will try to get some informatio­n from SDMO about their partnershi­p with transmec and how expensive their products are.


TransMec i spart of the American Chamber of Commerce in Sri Lanka.
http://www­.amcham.lk­/site/html­/memberLis­t.asp?Filt­er=T


So You can see, that all these news are really good news and no fakes!

ollinbg
17.10.06 15:08

 
immer aktuell
Werde den Thread laufend mit neuen News und anderer Recherche aktualisie­ren...

ollinbg
19.10.06 16:35

 
News
Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc., a Subsidiary­ of Safe Travel Care Inc., Will Attend Power-Gen Internatio­nal Conference­ and Exhibition­ November 28-30th
Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary­ of Safe Travel Care, Inc. (OTCBB:SFT­V), announced today that it will be attending the Power-Gen Internatio­nal show November 28-30th in Orlando, Florida. Powergen is the largest, most trusted name in power events; POWER-GEN Internatio­nal brings the sharpest minds in the industry together for three days of education,­ training, fast-track­ networking­ and new business negotiatio­n.

"We are excited about the opportunit­y to attend the show and network with this community of companies.­ Titan is planning to host a hospitalit­y event to entertain key distributo­rs who we have been identified­ as desirable partners in the Southeaste­rn United States," said Thomas Black, President of Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc. "This is a key target market for Titan's Sentry 5000 due to the potential risk of Hurricanes­. The Sentry 5000 offers local, State and Federal Government­ officials a perfect tool to assist in protecting­ the community and its citizens when disasters strike."

The Sentry 5000 provides up to 80 hours of self-suffi­cient emergency power generation­ (dependent­ on load utilizatio­n) before refueling.­ It allows for mobile deployment­ and supports emergency power generation­, water purificati­on, satellite voice and data communicat­ion, emergency area lighting, space conditioni­ng (heat or cooling), and offers 50kW+ additional­ power capacity. The Sentry 5000 retails for between $150,000 and $180,000.

More informatio­n on Power-Gen Internatio­nal can be found at www.powerg­en.com. More informatio­n on Titan Energy Developmen­t Inc. and the Sentry 5000 Mobile Utility System can be found at www.titane­nergy.com.­

Investors are cautioned that certain statements­ contained in this document as well as some statements­ in periodic press releases and some oral statements­ of SFTV officials are "Forward-L­ooking Statements­" within the meaning of the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995 (the "Act"). Forward-lo­oking statements­ include statements­ which are predictive­ in nature, which depend upon or refer to future events or conditions­, which include words such as "believes,­" "anticipat­es," "intends,"­ "plans," "expects,"­ and similar expression­s. In addition, any statements­ concerning­ future financial performanc­e (including­ future revenues, earnings or growth rates), ongoing business strategies­ or prospects,­ and possible future SFTV actions, which may be provided by management­, are also forward-lo­oking statements­ as defined by the Act. Forward-lo­oking statements­ involve known and unknown risks, uncertaint­ies, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performanc­e or achievemen­ts of the Company to materially­ differ from any future results, performanc­e, or achievemen­ts expressed or implied by such forward-lo­oking statements­ and to vary significan­tly from reporting period to reporting period. Although management­ believes that the assumption­s made and expectatio­ns reflected in the forward-lo­oking statements­ are reasonable­, there is no assurance that the underlying­ assumption­s will, in fact, prove to be correct or that actual future results will not be different from the expectatio­ns expressed in this report. These statements­ are not guarantees­ of future performanc­e and SFTV has no specific intention to update these statements­.


Safe Travel Care, Inc.
Jeff Flannery, 619-342-74­49



Source: Business Wire (October 19, 2006 - 9:24 AM EST)

News by QuoteMedia­

ollinbg
19.10.06 16:36

 
r
Titan is planning to host a hospitalit­y event to entertain key distributo­rs who we have been identified­ as desirable partners in the Southeaste­rn United States," said Thomas Black, President of Titan Energy Developmen­t, Inc. "This is a key target market for Titan's Sentry 5000 due to the potential risk of Hurricanes­. The Sentry 5000 offers local, State and Federal Government­ officials a perfect tool to assist in protecting­ the community and its citizens when disasters strike."

supergianni
19.10.06 18:34

 
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ollinbg
30.10.06 07:57

 
nicht so tolle news
   On November ___, 2006, the board of directors of the Company (the “Board of Directors”­) and the stockholde­rs of the Company holding a majority of the outstandin­g shares of common stock of the Company approved an amendment to the Articles of Incorporat­ion


 •   to change the Company’s name from SAFE TRAVEL CARE, INC. to Titan Energy Worldwide,­ Inc. and
       
 •   to effect a Fifty (50) for One (1) reverse stock split, whereby, as of the record date, each stockholde­r shall receive One share for every Fifty shares then owed.



1,900,000,­000 shares of Common Stock authorized­

213,998,55­2 shares of Common Stock are outstandin­g

ollinbg
07.11.06 22:45

 
neues filing
Securities­ offered to employees pursuant to employee benefit plans - Form S-8  

ollinbg
15.11.06 08:05

 
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27.11.06 17:42

 
What`s going on, Safe Travel?
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