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Safety Technologies for Transporting Children in Uncertain Times

ATWEC Technologies (OTCMKTS: ATWT) is a child safety and security technology company.
ATWT has developed three unique child safety devices that protect children while they are being transported, and give parents and administrators peace of mind. Their products include devices that ensure children aren’t left in vehicles accidentally, a backup system that warns pedestrians to stand clear, and a sanitation system for disinfecting vehicles.

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ATWEC Technologies, Inc. Announces Contract for a mixture of 95,000 different units from its product line

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MEMPHIS, Tenn., Feb. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — ATWEC Technologies, Inc. (OTC Markets: ATWT), a US-based technology company specializing in child safety, today announced a contract for the company to provide 95,000 units of its products and services for a total price of $22,477,036.88.  The contract includes a process setup fee of $3,000,000.00.  At ATWEC, we are looking forward to many similar opportunities that lay ahead in the coming months.  ATWEC Technologies, Inc. is building not just a company but a brand for itself.  Our strategy is to provide the best products and services to become a leader in the child safety industry.

Mr. Stitts, ATWEC’s President and CEO, stated, “This new order takes the company we have worked so hard at over the past months to the next stage.  Our planning and growth will continue at an accelerated pace as we take advantage of the many opportunities now coming to us.  2021 will be a great year for us.”


Business Highlights 

  1. A Massive, Overlooked Market – The $250B Child Safety Industry is ready for ATWEC’s innovations. 
  2. Necessary Technology – The technologies ATWEC patents and sells are a necessary part of child safety. Especially as we work to re-open schools, the KV-X Sterilization System will be key to ensuring public health. 
  3. An Ethical Company – As per their website, ATWEC is making efforts to “Go-Green”. They are committed to reducing waste and needless energy consumption, as well as utilizing eco-friendly packaging for their products. 
  4. Experienced Leadership – With over 100 years of combined experience in education tech and small business growth, the leadership is the right team to take ATWEC to the next level. 
  5. Patents – ATWEC holds several patents, which gives them an edge over competitors, and offers potential licencing opportunities.


What Would You Do with $341B?

It’s a pertinent question, because by 2025 that’s how much will be spent worldwide on education technology. 

ATWEC Technologies, a Tennessee based child safety technology company is betting at least some of that dough is going to be allocated to keeping children safe during transportation. Considering the Child Safety Industry is valued at $250B and received an $8B venture capital investment in edtech in 2019, it seems likely their bet will pay off. . 

Every month a few kids get left on school busses. In the worst case scenarios, they never get off. ATWEC is helping ensure that doesn’t happen with their patented technologies, that ensure drivers double check their vehicles to guarantee no child is left in a vehicle. 

An additional consideration is the return to school. Anticipating the need for greater safety, ATWEC created a sanitization system that operates independently of the air-conditioning, using cutting edge technology to help keep school transportation vehicles clean and safe. 

The company has already made a large deal worth $22.4M to provide a mix of 95k units, and it seems likely that similar deals are in the works. 

2020 was certainly no picnic, especially for parents with children who couldn’t go to school. Now that schools are reopening, the concern will shift to making the school environments as safe as possible. The CDC estimates 50 million children are enrolled in public elementary and secondary schools in the United States, and returning to schools safely under their recommendations has been expensive. National average estimates, using the national pre-kindergarten through grade 12 (preK–12) public enrollment of 50,685,567 students, range between a mean of $55 to $442 per student are needed to implement safety measures. ATWEC is perfectly positioned to capitalize on the market need for safe transportation to and from school. They are offering peace of mind to parents and administrators alike, and it seems like an investment many districts will be more than happy to pay for. 

With the large contract in place, more soon to follow, and the recent acquisition of their manufacturer (Assembled Products), ATWEC is ready for a year of exponential growth. 


Recent Press Releases



KV-3 Child Reminder System w/Key Switch Deactivation

The KV-3 reminds drivers to check their vehicle for children and seniors who may not have gotten out. It requires the driver to walk to the back of the car in order to manually reset the system with a key. A voice prompt starts the process once the vehicle is turned off, and unless the system is manually reset, an external siren is triggered. .

KV-X Sterilization System

The KVX is a 2 stage sanitizer module that utilizes a UVC module to disinfect air. It can do this by isolating the UVC light behind a HEPA type filter on one end and baffles on the other. This module may be programmed to operate for a short time after the vehicle is shut down. The second module emits Ozone in accordance with FDA guidelines. The KVX system is programmed to start at a designated time to sanitize the vehicle. If no motion is detected with its ultrasonic module, even after it has started the sanitizer sequence, any motion within the vehicle will immediately stop the cycle. The Ozone cycle will only operate for one-half hour for the average transport vehicle. The UVC module will also operate during this period to help disperse the disinfect properties of the Ozone. The UVC module will continue to operate for several minutes after the Ozone module has turned off.

KV-4 Child Reminder System w/RFID Technology Deactivation

The 4th generation child reminder system is the KV-4 w/RFID Technology that deactivates the system. The reader replaces the mechanical key switch and the Red Push Button in the back of the vehicle. This is an advancement to prevent broken keys, kids pushing the button and mechanical wear. This will later allow for recording of the RFID FOBs code number to the time/date of the last reset.

KVX-4 Complete Child Reminder System w/Sterilization

The KVX-4 child protection system incorporates everything in the KV4 system plus a 2 stage sanitizer module. The KVX-4 system utilizes a UVc module to disinfect air the entire time the vehicle is operating. It can do this by isolating the UVc light behind a HEPA type filter on one end and baffles on the other. This module may be programmed to operate for a short time after the vehicle is shut down.

Commercial Backup System

A voice activated backup system with a piercing sound of 115 decibels to warn the pedestrian to stand clear. The Commercial Backup System can be installed on any vehicle. 

This suite of products was developed to ensure safety and security during the transport of children in daycare vans and school buses. The KV-4 Voice alarm system is protected by patent no. US 7,646,288 B2 “Occupant Warning System for School or Day Care Bus and Van”, which alerts drivers with a unique warning system every time the vehicle stops. These products prevent children from being forgotten or left in extremely hot or cold vehicles, which has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of young children. The company is now working to help pass legislation that will continue to promote protecting the welfare of children. 


Management team


Darnell Stitts

President & CEO | ATWEC Technologies Inc.

Darnell Stitts has over 40+ years of Executive Management and Business Operations leadership. He is a top-Quality Control Consultant and Mr. Stitts is an Entrepreneur as well as a product fabricator and designer.

Alex Wiley

Founder | ATWEC Technologies Inc.

Alex has over 35 years of developing and designing electronic security systems. He graduated from State Technical Institute with a degree in electronic engineering. After working several years as an engineer in the aerospace industry, he holds multiple U.S. patents for ATWT/Kiddie Voice products.

Stuart Barton

Board of Directors | ATWEC Technologies Inc.

Mr. Barton has 3 decades of experience in the operation, management, and sales management of small and large companies, which helps him provide strong direction and leadership for the company.



Ready, Set, Grow

In the last months of 2020, ATWEC Technology acquired SafeBus Technologies, Inc., a technology company that developed child safety solutions for schools and daycare, utilizing clever smartphone integration. The integration of SafeBus technology will accelerate production timelines and new product functionality. This move has greatly expanded their potential market, as they move to become a leader in global transportation safety. 

To recap:

  • ATWEC Technology is providing much needed safety measures to underserved, vulnerable populations
  • They are poised to capture expanded market share at the intersection of the $341B education technology and $250B child safety markets
  • Recent acquisitions of their manufacturer and SafeBus position them to grow at an exponential rate during 2021

Based on timing and public need, it seems ATWEC Technology is about to enter a major growth phase. 


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