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1 S ometimes THIS presents S erious problems H ere… The Protocol Solution Automated Protocol Intelligence Intelligent, Disruptive, Game Changing Technology for the Wireless Industry By John J. Fischer, CEO © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ * * * skype: trysafetyfirst * (770)

2 Problem - a new set of societal harms has evolved from mobile technologies and the PAIN is literally crippling our citizens and our economic progress. In our schools, in our prisons, in our courts, and on our roads the cell phone is now a serious problem. The World Health Organization says these problems are costing governments across the globe up to 3% of GDP every year © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved Why are we turning a blind eye to these problems? Failure to Fix Im good at multi-tasking. Special Interest Groups… We told people it was dangerous… Let the states fix it... I look cool & my kids friends all have one.

3 Science Says Bans Will Never Work & Serious Addictions Are Expected Using a cell phones elicits a dopamine squirt causing a Pavlovian Impulse. Neuro-imaging studies show texting individuals have the same area of the brain light up as an addict using heroin.

4 The Problems Are Getting Worse Poor judgment and bad human behavior is casting a very dark shadow across the wireless industry. The cell phone is now being blamed for serious societal problems in the following environments… Roads – According to NHTSA, texting behind the wheel has increased 50% in spite of 41 states enacting bans and the DOT spending 6.6 Billion taxpayer dollars to educate drivers on the deadly dangers. Prisons – According to the BOP, the cell phone has become the #1 danger in prisons. Bribery, extortion, fraud and hit murders occur everyday. Class Rooms – Because the cell phone is prohibited in most schools, an enormous teaching tool is left untapped. Our technology reverses this shortcoming to the benefit of teachers and students alike. Airlines – According to Boeing, cell phone use is strictly prohibited during take-off & landing as test lab results conclude possible disruption of the critical electronic sensors. Court Rooms – Judges across the country are blaming the cell phone for mistrials, overturned convictions, and long delays in proceedings which in turn is costing taxpayers tens of millions of dollars © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved and patents pending

5 Automated Protocol Intelligence The Solution Restricted Safety Zone Protocols Automate the Enforcement of Federal, State & Local Laws A phone will know where it is and how to behave… thereby creating an entire supply chain of solutions for the wireless industry! (A Bill Must Be Passed) MDPSB © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved and patents pending

6 AUTOMATED PROTOCOL INTELLIGENCE (API) Phone Understands Environment & Location & Functions According To Enacted Laws How It Works… (acronym key on following slide) © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved and patents pending MPL is Provider Uploaded or Mfr. Embedded Phone checks CDL Phone cross references CDL with RTL and ARA Phone compares owners age 2. Mobile Protocol Library (MPL) is Mfr. embedded or Provider flashed into phone. Included in MPL are Restricted Safety Zones (RSZ), Restricted Safety Protocols (RSP), and Regulatory (look-up) Table of Federal, State & Local Laws (RTL). MPL is controlled and updated by provider only. 3. Phone enters a designated Restricted Safety Zone (RSZ) with an Active Protocol Trigger Device (APTD). 1. Phone 4. Phone checks Current Device Location (CDL). 5. Phone cross references Current Device Location (CDL) to Regulatory (look-up) Table of Federal, State & Local Laws (RTL) and Additional Restriction of Age (ARA). Mobile Phone Phone enters RSZ with APTD Phone operates according to APTD, CDL, and RTL when in a RSZ 6. If Additional Restriction of Age (ARA) is present in RTL, Phone checks owners verified age. 7. Phone operates in accordance with Active Protocol Trigger Device (APTD), Current Device Location (CDL), and Regulatory (look-up) Table of Federal, State & Local Laws (RTL) when in a Restricted Safety Zone (RSZ).

7 TSF Acronym Key for API Technology TSF - Try Safety First, Inc: Inventor of API technology. API – Automated Protocol Intelligence: The automated operational procedures of a mobile device functioning according to its current location and the corresponding state laws, regulations, policies and procedures. MPL – Mobile Protocol Library: The brain of API. Included in MPL are Restricted Safety Zones (RSZ), Restricted Safety Protocols (RSP), and Regulatory (look-up) Table of Federal, State Laws & Local Laws (RTL). The MPL will be controlled and updated by the Provider only. Once standardized, the MPL will be manufacturer installed and the provider will only need to update. RSZ – Restricted Safety Zone: A specific environment where mobile devices have been deemed to have detrimental effects on society. RSP – Restricted Safety Protocol: A uniquely designed code of behavior for operation within a specified Restricted Safety Zone environment. RTL – Regulatory (look-up) Table of Federal, State & Local Laws for Mobile Devices: Comprehensive table of mobile device laws, regulations, rules, policies and procedures. (controlled by provider only) PTD – Protocol Trigger Device: A unique (1-10m limited range) transmitter capable of broadcasting a Restricted Safety Zone environment specific trigger signal. APTD – Active Protocol Trigger Device: A protocol trigger device that is turned on and is broadcasting a Restricted Safety Zone environment trigger signal. CDL – Current Device Location: The current location address (city, state and zip) of a mobile device receiving a signal from an APTD. MDPSB – Mobile Device Protocol Safety Bill: A bill requiring all mobile devices to include Automated Protocol Intelligence thereby creating a new standard in the wireless industry for complete compliance © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved and patents pending

8 Prison Example Protocol Enabled Phones Understand Restricted Safety Zone Environment Specific Protocol Trigger Signals © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved and patents pending Limited range Protocol Trigger Devices (PTDs) are strategically placed inside the prison fences and buildings to broadcast the Restricted Safety Zone prison protocol trigger signal. All phones housing Restricted Safety Protocols (RSPs) will operate according to federal, state & local laws once inside a prison fence line and in range of an Active Protocol Trigger Device. (PTDs can be programmed m) Prison Fence Line Parking Area Phone operates normal outside fence line and limited range devices. U.S. Penitentiary

9 Provider and Mfr. compliance creates a new protocol standard throughout the wireless industry and permits states to automatically enforce their enacted laws. Mobile Device Protocol Safety Bill Must Be Passed Requires FCC to: a) Add Condition of License Clause to Provider Agreement b) Issue New Regulation for Handset Mfrs. (MDPSB draft has been written – contact TSF for copy) a)Condition of License Clause Requires Providers To Upload Mobile Protocol Library Into Customer Phones and update RTL every 6 months. b)New Regulation Requires Handset Mfrs to Embed Protocol Software during initial production. Mobile Device Protocol Safety Bill (MDPSB) © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved.

10 COMPETITION Company Auto Prison Classroom Court Room In-Flight Works On All Phones COST WHO PAYS Tecorenoyesno $1.5 M + $500K/yr Govt Global Tel-Linknoyesno $1.2 M + $500K/yr Govt Textbusteryesno $199 customer Izupyesno $50/yr customer Textecutionyesno $29.95/yr customer CellControlyesno $9.95/mo customer TRY SAFETY FIRSTYES $2/yr customer © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved.

11 Strong Market Validators Senator Jay Rockefeller – Chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee. Calls for technology that understands the drivers phone vs passengers. CTIA invites TSF to Washington to present Solution Brazilian Congressman Newton Cardoso champions Mobile Device Protocol Safety Bill Cofetel invites TSF to Mexico City to present Solution Anatel invites TSF to Brasilia to present Solution Correctional Services Canada invites TSF to Ottawa to present Protocol Solution © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved. Sao Paulo pledges to spend $484,000,000 to outfit 30 prisons with technology to prevent contraband cell phones. FCC issues NPRM to require Carriers to work with solution providers to prevent contraband cell phones.

12 Business Model – IP Licensing 1. API Strategic Business Licensing to Provider/Carrier Protocol Upload - $1/phone Biannual RTL Update - $1/phone 2. Protocol Trigger Device (PTD) - OEM Mfr. Licensing: Auto - $1 Classroom - $5 Prison - $25 Courtroom - $50 Jetliner - $ API Licensing to Handset & Tablet Mfrs: Handset Mfr: $.10/phone Tablet Mfr: $1/unit © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved. Revenue will be generated through 3 separate sequences of IP Licensing: 1. API Strategic Business Licensing with Providers 2. PTD Licensing to the OEM Sensor Device Mfrs 3. API Licensing to the Handset & Tablet Mfrs

13 * in thousands Financials – Calculations are based on the chart below: Revenue calculation: $1 /phone for 1st year of country initialization plus $2 /phone for each year thereafter ($1/update twice yearly). Example: 2015 revenue = $261,780,000 + $261,780,000 + $446,021,000 = $969,581,000 Expenses are 50% of rev. to go to provider and 25% for admin, engineering, overhead, etc. Net equals 25% of revenue Exit equals net discounted at 15% = $ 34,701,546,000 Note: Handset mfr. and hardware licensing revenue is not included in the above calculation. Financials Revenue* Expenses* Net* CountryActive Cell PhonesSign On Year Brazil 261,780, USA, Canada, Mexico 446,021, Korea, Philippines, Japan, India, China, Indonesia, Australia 2,472,685, Russia, Germany, U.K., Greece, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Finland 579,337, EXIT 2018 FINANCIALS

14 John Fischer – CEO, CFO, CPA - Expert in financial negotiations, ratio, process and productivity analysis, & quantitative modeling. Hap Nguyen – CTO, Electrical Engineer – holds 20+ patents. Expert in electrical design and process improvements. Henrique Badaro – Pres. Brazil Operations - Previous chief advisor to Brazils Ministry of Telecommunications. 30 years experience in Public Policy and International Trade. Strong family lineage holding top congressional and senate offices in the Federal Government of Brazil. Gregory Peschka - SR VP Int. Compliance – Expert in global certification assistance and product homologation type approvals for electronics and telecommunications products. Scott Hicks – Board Advisor – Registered Patent Agent - expert in patent research, analysis and development of mobile device technologies. Navjot Singh – Board Advisor – Expert mobile device configuration firmware programmer with in-depth experience in Linux, C, C++, Qt, Objective C, iPhone, Java, Android, Arduino, Python, Django, PHP, JQuery, and Bootstrap. TEAM © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved

15 OFFERING - $15,000,000 Bank Loan or Preferred Stock Use Of Funds Engineering: Complete Protocol Trigger Device Frequency Development covering all 2G, 3G, and 4G air interfaces. $ 4,250,000 Complete Firmware Coding of Regulatory Look-Up Table for 81 Mobile Device Platforms covering all cell phones. 3,240,000 Brazil Prison Pilot Test 250,000 Canada Prison Pilot test 250,000 U.S.A Prison Pilot Test 250,000 Brazil Mobile Device Protocol Safety Bill 1,000,000 Compensation – 9 Team members (2 years) 1,620,000 Debt Service – Int. 12% - 2 years (8% to be accrued) 3,600,000 Misc. – Office, Travel, Patents, Cost Overruns, etc. 540,000 Total Funds Requested $ 15,000,000 Try Safety First has engineered a full scale working proof of concept proto-type of the Protocol Trigger Device for Prisons operational across the WCDMA control channel frequency and Firmware Coded on the Android JellyBean Model Version. The primary use of funds will be duplication of the technology across all frequency interfaces and coding across all mobile device platforms plus full Team Development to begin licensing sales. Duplication efforts can be completed in 6-8 months.

16 © Try Safety First, Inc. all rights reserved. Eliminates societal problems Saves government billions. Advances industry Increases revenue Decreases liability The Protocol Solution - Conclusion Saves Lives Reduces Accidents Decreases Insurance Reduces traffic Provides FREE Solution Eliminates disruptions Advances classroom tech. GOVERNMENT PROVIDERS & MFRS EDUCATION PRISONS CITIZENS Intelligent, disruptive, game changing technology which solves a multitude of serious societal problems by automating the enforcement of enacted federal, state & local laws. Thank you for taking the time to view our presentation. In closing, I would like to recap the features and benefits of our Automated Protocol Intelligence Technology.


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