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Camera & Drone Journal

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Industry 94 BUGN 295-53

Year 10

Year 10 Scoreboard    

Rank

   

Company Name

Investor Expectation

Score

Best-In- Industry Score

Weighted Average

Score

  Change from Y9

1 Flexie 113 98 102 -1 2 Axiom 114 80 89 -1 3 Drexel Cams 114 79 88 -7 4 B-Vision 112 72 82 -7 5 Emeron 107 68 78 -5 6 Cruising-PRO 108 67 77 -5

Game-To-Date Scoreboard    

Rank

   

Company Name

Investor Expectation

Score

Best-In- Industry Score

Weighted Average

Score

  Bonus Points

Overall G-T-D Score

1 Flexie 113 98 102 3 105 2 Axiom 114 88 95 2 97 3 Drexel Cams 115 86 93 1 94 4 B-Vision 116 80 89 2 91 5 Emeron 114 75 85 1 86 6 Cruising-PRO 107 72 81 1 82

Investor Expectation Score (I.E.)

Investors and company boards of directors have established targets for the five key performance measures that appear on pages 2 and 3 of this report. The I.E. score ranges from 0 to 120 (if all targets are exceeded by 40% or more). Click the Help button (upper-right) for more information.

Best-In- Industry Score (B-I-I)

The B-I-I score measures each company's performance relative to the best performing company on each key scoring measure. The B-I-I score ranges from 0 to 100. To score 100 a company must be the best performing company in the industry on all five key performance measures.

Weighted Average Score

The weighted average score combines the Investor Expectation Score and the Best-In-Industry Score using a 25%-25% weighting as specified by the course instructor. Detailed explanations of scoring are provided in the Help sections asociated with pages 1, 2, and 3 of this report.

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Industry 94 Camera & Drone Journal Year 10  

Key Performance Measures

Earnings Per Share ($)

Earnings Per Share scores are based on a 20% or 20 point weighting. Bolded numbers indicate achievement of the investor expected EPS shown below each yearly column head. Highlighted numbers indicate best-in-industry performances for each year. Game-To-Date scores are based on a weighted average of the annual EPS performances. For more information, click the Help button (above-right).

Y6 (1.25)

Y7 (2.00)

Y8 (3.00)

Y9 (4.25)

Y10 (5.50)

Y11 (7.00)

Y12 (8.50)

Y13 (10.50)

Y14 (12.50)

Y15 (14.50)

Wgt. Avg. (3.20) I.E. B-I-I

Y10 Score I.E. B-I-I

G-T-D Score

A 3.51 6.13 5.28 6.24 10.19 6.19 24 17 24 20 A B 1.68 3.92 4.25 6.08 8.17 4.79 24 14 24 15 B C 1.50 2.99 2.59 4.80 6.54 3.65 22 11 21 12 C D 2.06 4.04 5.09 6.97 9.23 5.44 24 16 24 17 D E 1.78 3.95 4.14 5.34 7.09 4.46 23 12 24 14 E F 2.46 4.70 5.41 8.02 11.73 6.30 24 20 24 20 F

Return On Equity (%)

Return On Equity scores are based on a 20% or 20 point weighting. Bolded numbers indicate achievement of the investor expected ROE shown below each yearly column head. Highlighted numbers indicate best-in-industry performances for each year. Game-To-Date scores are based on a weighted average of the annual ROE performances. For more information, click the Help button (above-right).

Y6 (17.5)

Y7 (20.0)

Y8 (25.0)

Y9 (30.0)

Y10 (35.0)

Y11 (40.0)

Y12 (42.5)

Y13 (45.0)

Y14 (47.5)

Y15 (50.0)

Wgt. Avg. (25.5) I.E. B-I-I

Y10 Score I.E. B-I-I

G-T-D Score

A 48.5 53.2 33.2 32.0 52.0 42.3 24 10 24 15 A B 26.0 44.4 35.4 38.0 38.5 37.3 21 8 24 13 B C 23.1 34.2 22.5 31.6 40.8 31.7 22 8 22 11 C D 30.5 44.1 41.2 42.3 44.1 41.7 23 9 24 15 D E 26.9 41.7 30.6 29.8 30.3 31.4 17 6 22 11 E F 35.5 45.2 39.5 55.2 100.1 55.3 24 20 24 20 F

Stock Price ($ per share)

Stock Price scores are based on a 20% or 20 point weighting. Bold numbers indicate achievement of the investor expected stock price shown below each yearly column head. Highlighted numbers indicate best-in-industry performance for each year. Game-To-Date scores are based solely on the most recent year's stock price. For more information, click the Help button (above-right).

Y6 (20.00)

Y7 (35.00)

Y8 (60.00)

Y9 (100.00)

Y10 (150.00)

Y11 (200.00)

Y12 (250.00)

Y13 (300.00)

Y14 (330.00)

Y15 (350.00) I.E. B-I-I

Y10 Score I.E. B-I-I

G-T-D Score

A 115.42 201.85 159.61 181.12 299.95 24 16 24 16 A B 49.69 125.74 125.81 178.42 234.56 24 13 24 13 B C 41.07 91.28 68.25 136.08 194.20 23 11 23 11 C D 63.58 132.63 155.94 209.47 272.31 24 15 24 15 D E 53.02 126.56 122.50 151.32 193.62 23 11 23 11 E F 80.79 154.20 165.67 247.77 366.95 24 20 24 20 F

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Key Performance Measures (concluded)

Credit Rating Credit Rating scores are based on a 20% or 20 point weighting. Bolded credit ratings indicate achieving or exceeding the investor expected EPS shown below each yearly column head. For Best-In-Industry scoring, an A+ credit rating earns a score of 20 points (lesser credit ratings earn lower scores). Game-To-Date scores are based solely on the most recent year's credit rating.

Y6 (B+)

Y7 (B+)

Y8 (A–)

Y9 (A–)

Y10 (A–)

Y11 (A)

Y12 (A)

Y13 (A)

Y14 (A)

Y15 (A) I.E. B-I-I

Y10 Score I.E. B-I-I

G-T-D Score

A A A A A+ A 22 19 22 19 A B A– A A A A+ 24 20 24 20 B C A– A A A+ A– 20 18 20 18 C D A– A A A A 22 19 22 19 D E A– A A A A+ 24 20 24 20 E F A– A A A A– 20 18 20 18 F

Image Rating Image Rating scores are based on a 20% or 20 point weighting. Bolded image ratings indicate achieving or exceeding the investor expected image rating shown below each yearly column head. Highlighted numbers indicate best-in-industry performances for each year. Game-To- Date scores are based on an average of each company's image ratings for the most recent three years.

Y6 (70)

Y7 (72)

Y8 (72)

Y9 (75)

Y10 (75)

Y11 (77)

Y12 (77)

Y13 (80)

Y14 (80)

Y15 (80)

Y8-Y10 Average I.E. B-I-I

Y10 Score I.E. B-I-I

G-T-D Score

A 71 74 70 76 76 74 20 18 20 18 A B 76 77 76 78 72 75 19 17 20 19 B C 74 79 82 77 80 80 21 19 21 20 C D 73 78 75 79 82 79 21 20 21 20 D E 73 73 79 76 78 78 20 19 21 19 E F 76 75 77 81 84 81 21 20 21 20 F

High Average Low Total Dollars ($000s)

High Average Low Per Unit Sold ($/unit)

Industry 94 Cash Outlays for Corporate Social Responsibility and Citizenship

High Average Low

Image Rating Points Generated from

CSRC Expenditures

Year 6 10,757 5,516 0 10.48 5.34 0.00 5 3 0 Year 7 9,607 4,472 0 11.31 4.68 0.00 8 4 0 Year 8 9,749 5,297 2,100 12.64 5.84 2.01 11 6 1 Year 9 10,016 6,097 1,500 12.04 7.18 1.40 14 8 1 Year 10 10,069 5,742 2,000 11.65 6.71 1.81 17 9 2 Year 11 Year 12 Year 13 Year 14 Year 15

Corporate Social Responsibility and Citizenship

Beginning in Year 9, the World Council for Exemplary Corporate Citizenship presents a distinguished award to the company making the highest cash outlays as a percentage of revenues for corporate social respon- sibility and citizenship initiatives.

Award Winner 2nd Place

Y9 Flexie Axiom Y10 Flexie Emeron Y11 Y12 Y13 Y14 Y15

Corporate Responsibility Award for Exemplary Corporate Citizenship

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Bonus Point Awards

BULL'S  EYE  AWARD for Accurately Forecasting Total Revenues,

Earnings Per Share, and Image Rating

One bonus point added to any company's game-to-date score when actual performance on Total Revenues AND Earnings Per Share vary by no more than 5% from projected performance AND when Image Rating varies by no more than 4 points from the projected image rating.

Year 10 Forecast

Year 10 Actual

Percent Variance

Revenues (within ± 5%)

Year 10 Forecast

Year 10 Actual

Percent Variance

EPS (within ± 5% or ± 10¢)

Year 10 Forecast

Year 10 Actual

Point Variance

Image Rating (within ± 4 points) Year 10 Bull's Eye

Award

Cumu- lative

Awards A 640,065 626,389 -2.1 % 10.62 10.19 -4.0 % 77 76 -1  pts. Yes 2 A B 691,404 697,567 +0.9 % 8.00 8.17 +2.1 % 71 72 +1  pts. Yes 1 B C 652,244 671,639 +3.0 % 6.06 6.54 +7.9 % 79 80 +1  pts. No 0 C D 821,361 782,669 -4.7 % 10.16 9.23 -9.2 % 82 82 0  pts. No 0 D E 634,072 678,116 +6.9 % 6.23 7.09 +13.8 % 77 78 +1  pts. No 0 E F 733,306 732,726 -0.1 % 11.88 11.73 -1.3 % 85 84 -1  pts. Yes 2 F

Trends in Variances Between Projected and Actual Performance (company and industry variances bertween projected and actual revenues, EPS, and image rating)

Industry 94 Variance

Largest Average Smallest

Company C Variance

+16.0 % +9.7 % +3.0 %

+14.3 %

Year 6 +11.1 % +4.9 % +2.2 %

+11.0 %

Year 7 +13.7 % +8.6 % +1.4 %

+12.0 %

Year 8 +8.0 % +2.8 % +0.4 %

+4.6 %

Year 9 +7.4 % +0.8 % +0.5 %

+4.1 %

Year 10 0.0 % 0.0 % 0.0 %

0.0 %

Year 11 0.0 % 0.0 % 0.0 %

0.0 %

Year 12 0.0 % 0.0 % 0.0 %

0.0 %

Year 13 0.0 % 0.0 % 0.0 %

0.0 %

Year 14 0.0 % 0.0 % 0.0 %

0.0 %

Year 15

Y6 Score Δ

Y7 Score Δ

Y8 Score Δ

Y9 Score Δ

Y10 Score Δ

Y11 Score Δ

Y12 Score Δ

Y13 Score Δ

Y14 Score Δ

Y15 Score

Current-Year Scores and Net Changes Cumu- lative

Awards A 102 0 102 -6 96 -6 90 -1 89 0 A B 80 +9 89 +4 93 -4 89 -7 82 1 B C 75 +7 82 -6 76 +6 82 -5 77 1 C D 83 +8 91 +9 100 -5 95 -7 88 1 D E 79 +9 88 +3 91 -8 83 -5 78 1 E F 90 +3 93 +9 102 +1 103 -1 102 1 F

Δ = net change in score between years Highlighted figure = Leap Frog Award winner

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for Most Improved Overall Score (current year to current year)

LEAP  FROG  AWARD Beginning in Year 7, one bonus point is added to the game-to-date overall score of the company whose current-year overall score is most improved over the prior year. If all companies fail to improve their scores from one year to the next, then no Leap Frog bonus is awarded.

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Industry 94 Camera & Drone Journal Year 10  

Industry Overview

Action-Capture Camera Global Statistics (industry totals)

North America

Europe- Africa

Asia- Pacific

Latin America

  Overall

  NOTES

Average Wholesale Price ($/unit) % Change from Year 9

467 +8.1 %

483 +9.8 %

418 +8.9 %

405 +9.8 %

443 +9.1 %

◄ Average wholesale prices in Year 10 were much higher than in Year 9

AC Camera Demand (000s of units) 1,296 1,098 1,170 870 4,434 ◄ -9.1% lower than forecast. Units Assembled/Shipped/Sold 1,296 1,098 1,170 870 4,434 ◄ Down by -2.5% from Year 9. Unsatisfied Demand (000s of units) 0 0 0 0 0 ◄ Assembly capability industry-wide

was adequate to satisfy Year 10 demand.

Demand Forecast (000s of units)

Year 11 Year 12 Year 13

1,344 1,134 1,248 930 4,656 1,391 1,173 1,335 994 4,893 1,439 1,213 1,428 1,063 5,143

  ◄ Demand for AC Cameras is expected

to increase by about 5.1% annually.

Action-Capture Camera Global Trends (industry average price, P/Q Rating, and number of performance features)

UAV Drone Global Statistics (industry totals)

North America

Europe- Africa

Asia- Pacific

Latin America

  Overall

  NOTES

Average Wholesale Price ($/unit) % Change from Year 9

2,714 +8.2 %

2,630 +3.5 %

2,464 +9.8 %

2,372 +7.5 %

2,545 +7.2 %

◄ Average wholesale prices in Year 10 were much higher than in Year 9

UAV Drone Demand (000s of units) 336 276 204 126 942 ◄ 0.7% higher than forecast. Units Assembled/Shipped/Sold 336 276 204 126 942 ◄ Up by 11.3% from Year 9. Unsatisfied Demand (000s of units) 0 0 0 0 0 ◄ Assembly capability industry-wide

was adequate to satisfy Year 10 demand.

Demand Forecast (000s of units)

Year 11 Year 12 Year 13

364 302 226 138 1,030 387 320 246 150 1,103 410 339 268 164 1,181

  ◄ Demand for UAV Drones is expected

to increase by about 7.8% annually.

UAV Drone Global Trends (industry average price, P/Q Rating, and number of performance features)

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Financial Performance Summary

Income Statement Data ($000s)

AC Camera UAV Drone Total Net Sales Revenues Cost of

Goods Sold Delivery Costs

Marketing Costs

Admin Expenses

Operating Profit

Interest Exp (Inc)

Income Taxes

Net Profit

A 290,820 335,569 626,389 269,006 31,236 50,400 8,884 266,863 4,717 78,644 183,502 A B 309,595 387,972 697,567 359,318 34,189 64,950 7,822 231,288 3,895 66,718 155,675 B C 312,668 358,971 671,639 372,973 36,947 68,200 9,499 184,020 4,754 53,228 124,198 C D 360,981 421,688 782,669 387,207 41,507 90,500 8,602 254,853 4,853 75,000 175,000 D E 317,866 360,250 678,116 344,825 31,563 84,600 9,735 207,393 4,822 60,771 141,800 E F 318,213 414,513 732,726 308,477 36,057 87,850 9,696 290,646 1,620 86,708 202,318 F

318,357 379,827 698,184 340,301 35,250 74,417 9,040 239,177 4,110 70,178 163,749

Balance Sheet Data ($000s)

Cash On Hand

Current Assets

Fixed Assets

Total Assets

Current Liabilities

Long-Term Loans

Total Liabilities

Beginning Equity

Stock Sales (Purchases)

Earnings Retained

Ending Equity

Shareholder Equity

A 66,967 168,295 206,370 374,665 59,996 30,000 89,996 420,773 -319,607 183,502 284,669 A B 225,181 354,581 154,448 509,029 61,008 0 61,008 360,707 -63,595 150,912 448,021 B C 225,919 347,772 212,628 560,400 273,280 30,000 303,280 352,167 -143,240 48,198 257,120 C D 147,961 288,638 260,054 548,692 84,423 30,000 114,423 359,038 -85,556 160,787 434,269 D E 268,978 402,865 232,023 634,888 72,469 30,000 102,469 404,617 0 127,800 532,419 E F 19,630 134,686 216,260 350,946 68,886 135,000 203,886 257,306 -303,934 193,693 147,060 F

159,106 282,806 213,631 496,437 103,344 42,500 145,844 359,101 0 144,149 350,593

Selected Financial and Operating Statistics

Dividend Per Share

($/share)

Total Div Payment

($000s)

Payout (percent of net profit)

Dividend Data Debt : Equity

(D%:E%)

Interest Coverage

Ratio

  Current Ratio

Credit Rating Measures Gross Profit

Margin

Operating Profit

Margin

Net Profit

Margin

Profitability Ratios Capital Outlays ($000s for

plant & equip)

Shares of Stock

Outstanding (000s of shrs)

A 0.00 0 0.0 % 24:76 56.57 2.81 57.1 % 42.6 % 29.3 % 5,000 18,006 A B 0.25 4,763 3.1 % 12:88 59.38 5.81 48.5 % 33.2 % 22.3 % 0 19,050 B C 4.00 76,000 61.2 % 54:46 38.71 1.27 44.5 % 27.4 % 18.5 % 69,900 19,000 C D 0.75 14,213 8.1 % 21:79 52.51 3.42 50.5 % 32.6 % 22.4 % 74,150 18,950 D E 0.70 14,000 9.9 % 16:84 43.01 5.56 49.2 % 30.6 % 20.9 % 2,500 20,000 E F 0.50 8,625 4.3 % 58:42 179.41 1.96 57.9 % 39.7 % 27.6 % 5,000 17,250 F

1.03 19,600 14.4 % 31:69 71.60 3.47 51.3 % 34.3 % 23.5 % 26,092 18,709

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Action-Capture Camera Benchmarks

Assembly and Production Benchmarks

Low Average High Industry 94 Company

C

Camera Components and Features ($ per unit)

Image Sensor 9.60 12.76 19.78 19.78 LCD Screen Display 6.79 9.76 14.40 9.20 Image Quality 7.20 10.74 12.61 11.96 Photo Modes 8.64 12.17 20.70 12.88 Camera Housing 10.00 13.00 15.00 10.00 Editing/Sharing Capabilities 11.00 12.33 15.00 11.00 Included Accessories 12.00 14.50 17.00 12.00 Extra Performance Features 11.85 17.71 32.40 11.85

Total Cost of Camera Components and Features ($ per unit) * 93.22 102.98 121.80 98.67 R&D Expenditures ($000s)

Year 10 Expenditures 0 11,333 24,000 20,000 Cumulative Expenditures 87,000 115,000 161,000 145,000

Workforce Statistics Total Compensation ($ per employee) 23,766 29,084 32,385 32,385 Productivity (units per PAT per year) 2,992 3,176 3,496 3,496 Labor Cost ($ per unit assembled)) 25.31 30.60 39.26 29.59

Total Camera Production/Assembly Cost (manufacturing cost per unit) 177.00 202.84 249.34 210.15 Assembly Facility ($000s)

Workstation Spaces (plant size) 300 320 350 310 Installed Workstations 285 313 350 285

* The total of all the component/feature cost items may not equal the figures on the Total Cost of Camera Components and Features line because the low, average, and high costs for each component/feature may come from different companies.

Geographic Operating Benchmarks

Low Average High Industry 94 Company

C

North America Delivery Cost ($ per unit sold) 5.00 5.33 6.00 5.00 Marketing Cost ($ per unit sold) 22.55 44.97 56.90 56.90 Operating Profit ($ per unit sold) 153.79 166.61 180.85 172.82 Operating Profit Margin (%) 34.5 % 39.1 % 43.2 % 38.0 %

Warranty Claim Rate (%) 18.0 % 35.2 % 39.5 % 39.4 % Warranty Repair Cost ($ per unit sold) 9.01 17.61 19.76 19.70

Europe-Africa Delivery Cost ($ per unit sold) 22.08 24.46 26.43 24.20 Marketing Cost ($ per unit sold) 24.05 50.50 69.27 59.17 Operating Profit ($ per unit sold) 166.99 177.30 187.50 172.47 Operating Profit Margin (%) 33.7 % 38.3 % 42.3 % 36.3 %

Warranty Claim Rate (%) 37.2 % 38.7 % 39.5 % 39.4 % Warranty Repair Cost ($ per unit sold) 18.59 19.33 19.78 19.70

Asia-Pacific Delivery Cost ($ per unit sold) 25.85 30.15 33.00 29.00 Marketing Cost ($ per unit sold) 34.47 44.30 50.66 46.45 Operating Profit ($ per unit sold) 85.89 108.97 152.33 93.47 Operating Profit Margin (%) 20.1 % 27.7 % 36.9 % 24.0 %

Warranty Claim Rate (%) 18.0 % 31.8 % 39.5 % 39.4 % Warranty Repair Cost ($ per unit sold) 8.98 15.87 19.77 19.69

Latin America Delivery Cost ($ per unit sold) 26.41 29.43 31.80 29.00 Marketing Cost ($ per unit sold) 31.11 48.82 60.59 60.59 Operating Profit ($ per unit sold) 64.12 101.12 165.42 87.61 Operating Profit Margin (%) 15.4 % 25.9 % 39.1 % 22.1 %

Warranty Claim Rate (%) 18.0 % 35.2 % 39.5 % 39.4 % Warranty Repair Cost ($ per unit sold) 9.00 17.61 19.76 19.71

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UAV Drone Benchmarks

Assembly and Production Benchmarks

Low Average High Industry 94 Company

C

Drone Components and Features ($ per unit)

Built-In Camera 199.25 251.71 292.02 282.90 GPS / WiFi / Bluetooth 72.75 92.50 102.90 72.75 Battery Pack 97.00 129.83 147.00 97.00 Rotor Performance / Flight Contr

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