Organized on August 21, 2020, as a Delaware C Corporation, ViruTech Systems, Inc. (“ViruTech”) will obtain an exclusive license for the manufacture and sale of a patent-pending SARS COV-2 (“SARS Virus”) detection system (the “System”), from TLC Millimeter Wave Products, Inc. (“TMPI”), which is a related entity. The System uses millimeter wave (“MMW”) technology trained by artificial intelligence to instantly recognize and detect the presence of the SARS Virus in samples of selected human body fluids (e.g. mucus from nasal swabs and saliva). The System was developed by ViruTech’s licensor, TMPI. ViruTech and TMPI are majority owned by Dr. Timothy Childs and his wife Lorraine Childs who are the key officers and directors of both companies. The virus detection System was invented by Dr. Childs who worked as a Graduate Research Scientist at Bell Labs while attending Stanford, where he was awarded both his MMS degree (1985) and Ph.D. (1989) in Physics. Starting in 1988 through 1991, Dr. Childs worked at Honeywell’s Advance Research Center. During this time he received multiple awards for his advanced semiconductor circuitry research and developments. In 1991, Dr. Childs formed his first private company after negotiating key transfers of MMW technology from Honeywell. Thereafter, Dr. Childs continued to research and advance MMW technologies and was later selected by the Pentagon’s Air Force Special Programs Office to collaborate with Lockheed Martin on discovering and implementing leading-edge MMW applications. As part of the Pentagon program Lockheed Martin transferred equipment and MMW technology to Dr. Child’s company. By 2012, Dr. Childs formed his second private company, TMPI – the licensor to ViruTech, to commercially exploit his vast body of knowledge regarding MMW technologies and their applications to multiple industries. Over a period of 30 years, Dr. Childs has been awarded multiple patents and received accolades from Presidents George H. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama for his extraordinary breakthroughs in threat detection and incoming missile defense applications.