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BIO - THERMO -- implanted chip; sensors for ANIMALS
partnering with Schering-Plough drugs
we realize where this is all heading
first they came for the animals

Thermo-Life is the parallel for humans


From the Newswire:
Next Generation of ID Chips to include sensors:

IAEA chipping llamas in Peru
SO. ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Digital Angel Corporation (Amex:DOC), an advanced technology company in the field of rapid and accurate identification, location tracking and condition monitoring of high-value assets, announced today that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which is an agency of the United Nations, has awarded Digital Angel a tender to microchip llamas in Peru. The IAEA wants to ensure the llama population remains unaffected from nearby nuclear power plants. The initial order calls for 1,000 microchips and two readers.

Digital Angel Corporation (www.DigitalAngelCorp.com) develops and deploys sensor and communications technologies that enable rapid and accurate identification, location tracking, and condition monitoring of high-value assets. Applications for the Company's products include identification and monitoring of humans, pets, fish, poultry and livestock through its patented implantable microchips; location tracking and message monitoring of vehicles and aircraft in remote locations through systems that integrate GPS and geosynchronous satellite communications; and monitoring of asset conditions such as temperature and movement, through advanced miniature sensors. Digital Angel Corporation is majority-owned by Applied Digital Inc. (NASDAQ:ADSX), which also owns a majority position in VeriChip Corporation (NASDAQ:CHIP). same address for VeriChip
http://home.businesswire.com/portal/site/google/index.jsp?ndmViewId=news_view&newsId=20070813005591&newsLang=en

Horses embedded with temperature-sensing chips

ID microchip with Bio-Thermo Sensors for temp and movement
Digital Angel Corporation (Amex:DOC), an advanced technology company in the field of rapid and accurate identification, location tracking and condition monitoring of high-value assets, announced today it entered into a non-exclusive distribution agreement with Milburn Equine, the leading equine veterinary distributor in the United States.
".... and monitoring of asset conditions such as temperature and movement, through advanced miniature sensors. "
http://home.businesswire.com/portal/site/google/index.jsp?ndmViewId=news_view&newsId=20070515005211&newsLang=en

Bio-Thermo's futuristic applications ? Dec. 7, 2005 ( internal links )
Early adopters of the implantable sensing microchip idea in the science fiction field include William Gibson, who wrote about them in his 1984 novel Neuromancer. In the novel, it is not merely temperature that can be read at a distance; the entire physical sensorium can be monitored, which Case does remotely from his computer deck:
http://www.livescience.com/scienceoffiction/051207_rfid_chip.html

BioThermo
, the Avian Bird flu, and Mad Cow
SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn.--Digital Angel
Corporation....
announced today that Kevin N. McGrath, its Chief Executive Officer, is scheduled to appear on CNBC's Squawk Box on Wednesday, March 15th to discuss the role that the Company's RFID technology could play in the livestock tags/national ID program and the
BioThermo (Temperature Sensing) microchip's utility in early detection of elevated temperatures in poultry. Elevated temperatures in poultry could provide early indications that the animal is infected with the H5N1 influenza, more commonly known as the Avian Flu.
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/060314/20060314005820.html?.v=1

Will they implant a
Thermo-Life in people to also detect elevated temperatures ?
Will they then use the implanted Thermo Life to determine who is quarantined ?



Digital Angel ( animals ) and VeriChip ( humans ) plan :
to initiate clinical studies on an enhanced version of its Verichip implantable radio frequency identification device. The enhanced product will include temperature sensing capabilities in addition to its existing identification capabilities. The companies will retain an independent internationally recognized research institute to conduct the trials. Based upon the results of that study, Digital Angel plans to pursue the necessary regulatory procedures to obtain clearance from the Food and Drug Administration to distribute such a transponder in the United States for human use. In October of 2004, Digital Angel received clearance from the Food and Drug Administration to distribute a transponder for patient identification applications
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/050428/lath095.html?.v=7

New York Horses get bio-thermo sensors

State Horse Health Program to Use Company's Proprietary Temperature-Sensing Microchips for Identification, Anti-Theft, Disease Monitoring Purposes
Bio-Thermo is the first temperature-sensing, implantable RFID microchip to be introduced into the national equine industry. According to Kevin Owen, DVM and President of Electronic ID, Inc., more than 800,000 horses throughout the world, including 400,000 in the U.S., have been implanted with microchips for identification purposes, but the new Bio-Thermo chips also measure body temperatures as a means of monitoring the onset of disease or other adverse physiological conditions.
Next Generation ID Chip
Digital Angel has introduced the Bio-Thermo microchip into the companion pet (cats and dogs) market in the
United Kingdom and Japan, but this is the first introduction of the next generation identification chip in the equine market, said Chief Executive Officer Kevin McGrath. The Bio-Thermo microchips can be readily scanned by handheld RFID readers that will also be provided by the New York State Department of Agriculture to equine operations that become certified under the New York State Horse Health Assurance Program.

The new Bio-Thermo technology adds a wellness indicator to the identification value of a secure, implanted microchip," McGrath said.
"
we believe it has a host of other applications" ..... "pro-active approach "
this unique temperature-sensing microchip," Dr. Denney said. She added that the state of New York is funding the program.
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/050404/lam038d.html?.v=1

BioThermo Sensors ( condition-monitoring ) for pets Expands

In the companion pet business, the Company in 2004 renegotiated its contract with Schering-Plough that commits Schering-Plough to 20 percent volume increases in 2005 and 2006.
In addition, Digital Angel and Schering-Plough are preparing for a nationwide launch of the
Bio-Thermo(TM) pet sensor
.
http://www.cattlenetwork.com/content.asp?contentid=4157

UK gets 50,000 Bio Thermo Chips ( temperature sensing )
US to get them this summer '05
Bio-Thermo is the first temperature sensing implantable RFID Microchip for the companion pet (dog and cat) world. The Bio-Thermo Chip is a first of its kind in implantable RFID technology
"With a growing demand for uniform pet identification and pet wellness worldwide, we believe that this technology will lead the industry to a next generation identification chip that brings additional wellness and home-care/home-diagnostic capabilities to pet owners worldwide." ( for people "Thermo-Life" hopetotheend.com/ch1p2.html )

Digital Angel Corporation develops and deploys sensor and communications technologies that enable rapid and accurate identification, location tracking, and condition monitoring of high-value assets. (geosynchronous satellite communication)
and monitoring of asset conditions such as temperature and movement, through advanced miniature sensors.
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/050204/laf007_1.html

Bio-Thermal implants for
Japanese pets
first commercial order from Japan for its proprietary Bio-Thermo(TM) Implantable Microchip, the pet industry's first subdermal biosensor microchip that uses RFID (radiofrequency identification) technology to identify a pet and provide an accurate and reliable reading of its body temperature.
Osaka, Japan-based Dainippon Pharmaceutical, the exclusive Japanese distributor of the Bio-Thermo microchip, has ordered 25,000 of the chips for the Japanese companion pet market to be delivered in the first quarter of 2005. The patent-pending Bio-Thermo microchip, which will initially be sold to the approximately 8,000 veterinarian clinics in Japan, provides an easy, non-invasive way to measure a pet's body temperature which is commonly used as an indicator of its health
the chip is invasive ...the scanning is not
The non-invasive proprietary Bio-Thermo chip is based on a newly developed integrated circuit that has the ability to measure and monitor the temperature of an animal by passing a proprietary hand held scanner over the area where the microchip is implanted.
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/041116/latu022_1.html

Bio-Thermo's futuristic applications ? ( internal links )
Early adopters of the implantable sensing microchip idea in the science fiction field include William Gibson, who wrote about them in his 1984 novel Neuromancer. In the novel, it is not merely temperature that can be read at a distance; the entire physical sensorium can be monitored, which Case does remotely from his computer deck:
http://www.livescience.com/scienceoffiction/051207_rfid_chip.html

Digital Angel implantable bio-thermo chip : For Identity as well as flu
[ Digital Angel ] will introduce its patented Bio-Thermo(TM) (temperature-sensing) implantable RFID microchip and related identity system to international poultry/bird markets with the initial geographic emphasis in Asia. The comprehensive identity system includes the implantable Bio-Thermo microchip and related identity and temperature-sensing scanners that allow early identification of temperature increases in individual birds which may permit rapid identification and control of an outbreak of bird flu or other avian diseases.

"Just as we made our identification products available to Gulf Coast communities in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, we believe that our proprietary technology should be made available to threatened countries and researchers working to control the spread of avian flu," said McGrath. "We have had 200,000 bio-thermo chips manufactured for this and companion pet applications and we are immediately prepared to work with research institutions and government entities on any further research necessary to control avian flu."
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/051205/lam016.html?.v=35

Bio-thermo chip
Digital Angel Corp. plans to introduce new identification technology that can be used to tracked poultry as part of an effort to prevent an outbreak of the avian flu.
The South St. Paul-based company said Monday it will introduce its Bio-Thermo implantable RFID microchip and related identity system to international poultry markets with an initial emphasis on Asian markets. The microchips, when used with temperature-sensing scanners, can identify temperature increases in individual birds, a symptom of the avian flu
http://biz.yahoo.com/bizj/051205/1199134.html?.v=1

DA report
CFO James P. Santelli commented, "Our strengthened cash position coupled with our modest level of debt positions the Company well to fund the working capital investments necessary to support the introduction of our Bio-Thermo(TM) transponder as well as the growing demand for electronic identification tags in the livestock market."
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/041102/latu028_1.html

Bio-Thermo(TM) for pets
Digital Angel said it believes Bio-Thermo(TM) will redefine the way veterinarians and pet owners use a pet's temperature as a health indicator. The current method of rectal readings often stresses the animal, resulting in incorrect readings. The Bio-Thermo(TM) chip eliminates stress motivators, and provides an easy way to take frequent readings - for monitoring the effects of medication, as an example. Digital Angel also plans to develop additional services utilizing the unique automatic noninvasive features of the system."
Today's announcement is part of the company's long-held strategic objective to turn unique, vital data into critical, life-enhancing information. This development is the result of the company's long-standing pioneering effort, building on its "keystone" RFID patent, to integrate reliable biosensor technology with implantable RFID microchips, thereby enabling non-invasive, wireless monitoring.
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/030729/nytu079_1.html

Bio-Thermo
Bio-Thermo is the Company's first fully integrated implantable bio-sensing microchip that can transmit a signal containing accurate temperature readings to the Company's proprietary RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) scanners. The technology has received written clearances from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
. Digital Angel(TM) technology represents the first-ever combination of advanced sensors and Web-enabled wireless telecommunications linked to Global Positioning Systems (GPS). By utilizing advanced sensor capabilities, Digital Angel is able to monitor key functions -- such as ambient temperature and physical movement -- and transmit that data, along with accurate emergency location information, to a ground station or monitoring facility. The company also invented, manufactures and markets implantable identification microchips the size of a grain of rice for use in humans, companion pets, fish, and livestock. Digital Angel Corp. owns the patents for its inventions in all applications of the implantable microchip technology for humans and animals. For more information about Digital Angel Corp., visit www.DigitalAngelCorp.com.
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/030421/nym121_1.html

What is "Bio-Thermo" ? ...... for animals; by Digital Angel
Announcement by Digital Angel Corporation that it had received clearances from the Food and Drug Administration and the US Department of Agriculture to market Bio-Thermo (TM), a new temperature-sensing implantable microchip for use in pets, livestock, and other animals;
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/030515/155287_1.html

Thermal Biosensors for pets and people
Now Digital Angel is poised to take the next step - chips that will not only identify an animal but
begin to tell how it feels. Earlier this year, Digital Angel won USDA and FDA approval to market the
Bio-Thermo microchip, which gauges an animal's body temperature. The company looks ahead to future biosensor chips that track an animal's hormonal changes, blood pressure and, eventually, disease.
"
The idea is to unlock what's inside, essentially give them voices to tell us how they feel," Geissler said.

Referring to animal-numbering ID chip:
" The tiny, glass tube - with a microchip and antennae inside - is inserted just beneath an animal's skin
much like a vaccine injection. Its electronic circuitry operates only when it's scanned by a handheld device, which emits a low-frequency radio signal to activate the chip.

Referring to Bio-Thermo chip for animals:
The Bio-Thermo chip works the same way, except it transmits more information. Geissler likens it to a software program upgrading from 7.0 to 8.0.
"The product will talk back from inside the body of the animal and will say 'Hey, I'm Fluffy and my body temperature is 101 degrees Fahrenheit,'" Geissler said.
Digital Angel is already looking to expand to other physiological functions.
http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/business/5669284.html

Home Again ( ID Chip ) + biosensor chip = more information
Randy Geissler
Wants a combination subdermal rfid microchip plus GPS transmitter-locator.

"Today those chips - developed by Digital Angel Corp. in South St. Paul - are implanted in more than 30 million pets, livestock and fish worldwide, providing instant electronic identification.
Now Digital Angel is poised to take the next step - chips that will not only identify an animal but begin to tell how it feels. Earlier this year, Digital Angel won USDA and FDA approval to market the Bio-Thermo microchip, which gauges an animal's body temperature. The company looks ahead to future biosensor chips that track an animal's hormonal changes, blood pressure and, eventually, disease.
Timothy Metcalf, a veterinarian at Eagan Pet Clinic, said: "There are some breeds that are just predisposed to diseases. Could it monitor for abnormal enzymes that might indicate a cancer? A chronic-disease process? Wouldn't that be nice as opposed to exploratory surgeries or ultrasounds or MRIs?"
Digital Angel is already looking to expand to other physiological functions.
http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/business/5669284.html

Randy Geissler = CEO of the company's Animal Applications and Information/ Medical Divisions. ( Digital Angel )
http://www.minnesotabusiness.com/article.asp?articleID=1407&issueID=129

Digital Angel Report -- including VeriPrime
Orders received from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) for more than 300,000 proprietary RFID animal tags and implantable microchips for use in Federal programs to study and eventually eradicate transmissible neurological conditions found in captive deer, elk and domestic sheep;

Digital Angel Corp. and IMI, Platte City, Missouri, an information alliance partner, were selected by PM Beef to install system for capturing data from proprietary RFID and software products for use on cow/calf farms, feedlots and PM's harvest and fabrication facility in Windom, MN; *

Launch by Digital Angel Corporation's partner, VeriPrime, Inc., of a new food safety system, with initial focus on improved E.coli protection, the beginning of a comprehensive animal identification and tracking system, verification of safeguards against cattle feed contamination and standards of animal welfare that exceed those now required by most grocery and restaurant chains;
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/031114/nyf019_1.html

DOC quarterly report
We consist of Digital Angel Corporation and its three subsidiaries —
Digital Angel
Technology Corporation ("DATC"),
Timely Technology Corp. and
Signature Industries, Limited.
These three subsidiaries were previously known as the Advanced Wireless Group ("AWG") of
Applied Digital Solutions, Inc. ("ADS").

Upon the acquisition of Medical Advisory Systems, Inc. ("MAS") in March 2002, the Company re-organized into four segments:
Animal Applications,
Wireless and Monitoring,
GPS and Radio Communications, and
Medical Systems.


We have invested approximately $14.6 million in the Digital Angel†product for the period from April 1998 through September 30, 2003.

We depend on a single production arrangement with Raytheon Corporation for our patented syringe-injectable microchips, and the loss of or any significant reduction in the production could have an adverse effect on our business.
We rely solely on a production arrangement with Raytheon Corporation ("Raytheon") for the manufacture of our patented syringe-injectable microchips that are used in all of our implantable electronic identification products. Raytheon utilizes our proprietary technology and our equipment in the production of our syringe-injectable microchips.

For the nine month period ended September 30, 2003, four customers — Schering Plough, Biomark, United States Department of Energy and Pacific States — together accounted for 30.5% of our consolidated revenues.
The Digital Angel™ technology is not proven, and we may not be able to develop products from this unproven technology.
http://biz.yahoo.com/e/031114/doc10-q.html


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