MARCH 10, 2016 l GQ Australia l By Ben Abbott
Today’s tech entrepreneurs need to be futurists as much as business people, and Aeeris’ Kerry Plowright is one CEO who wants to know the future early.
29 Feb 2016 l ASX Announcement
Aeeris Limited (ASX:AER) is pleased to announce that Veritas Securities has initiated research
coverage on the company, with a “Strong Buy” recommendation
The full report can be seen on the Aeeris website at:
August 28, 2015 l Business Review Weekly l By Rose Powell
The Australian technology community often worries about its fastest growing companies relocating to the United States or elsewhere overseas, but there is a brain drain much closer to home that is also costing the country billions.
MAY 26, 2015 l Herald Sun l By DAVID SWAN
ASX-listed public warning firm Aeeris wants to improve safety at work for remote and mobile workers with the release a new free app.
The app, available for either personal or enterprise users, utilises Aeeris' Early Warning Network to detect and warn about potential threats inducing storms and bushfires ahead of time.
It also allows workers to crowdsource potential dangers by registering them via the app.
April 2, 2015 l The Australia - Criterion by Tim Boreham
The head of our latest ASX debutante promises a far more meaningful revenue profile than the $700,000 struck in 2013-14.
“We are doing a lot better than that,’’ says CEO and major holder Kerry Plowright.
Aeeris parses data from a number of sources to provide a subscription-based warning service for entities vulnerable to bad weather, power outages, traffic disruptions and natural disasters.
April 2, 2015 l Gold Coast Bulletin
THE rain bucketing down outside his Chinderah head office yesterday would, for most chief executives, be a bad omen, but for Kerry Plowright this kind of thing is his bread and butter.
The founder of Aeeris, a severe weather and disaster early warning service, in a former life was a farmer who ran Brahman cattle on 600ha in central Queensland.
“You lived and breathed the weather every day in that game,” he said.
April 2, 2015 l Geelong Advertiser
Warning of an impending storm or natural disaster, workplace accident or health issue delivered straight to your smartwatch — that’s the vision of a growing new tech company. Aeeris, owner of The Early Warning Network used by 100 businesses and governments, has listed on the Australian share market as it looks to develop new products and expand internationally.
April 2, 2015 l Hobart Mercury
WARNINGS of an impending storm or natural disaster. workplace accident or health issue delivered straight to your smartwatch – that’s the vision of a new tech company. Aeeris, the owner of The Early Warning Network used by 100 businesses and governments, has listed on the Australian share market as it looks to develop new products and expand globally.
APRIL 1, 2015 l Australian Business Herald l By Trevor Chappell
Aeeris says demand for warnings is increasing as the costs of natural disasters around the world soars.disasters around the world soars.
April 1, 2015 l Business Insider
"Before he founded geospatial tech company Aeeris, Kerry Plowright was an army officer and a farmer.
OCTOBER 17, 2014 1:00AM
Aeeris, the company running Australia’s only national location-based emergency and threat warning service, is aiming to list on the ASX through an initial public offering (IPO.
News South Wales-based Aeeris has lodged a prospectus with ASIC and is seeking to raise $6 million
Friday, 17 October 2014 | By Andrew Sadauskas
Aeeris, the company that operates Australia’s only national location-based weather and hazards early warning service, is seeking to raise $6 million through an initial public offering (IPO) on the ASX.
Friday, 17 October 2014 09:47 l Written by Asher Mose
Australia’s only national location-based severe weather and all hazards early warning service, has lodged a prospectus with ASIC this week and is seeking to raise $6m through an initial public offering (IPO) on the ASX.