Our software development group has been busy completing work on the Kestrel Learning Mode (KLM) technology and has released the first official release of the feature. Work is continuing on the KLM feature as lab qualification testing and field deployment experiments are undertaken at our Red Deer Training Centre (RDTC) radio lab. The second component of this feature should be released within a few days, adding a powerful burst detect capability to the modelling feature. We are also getting ready to release a new full installer shortly to incorporate all of the v141-3 drop file releases over the past several months. The past year has been witness to significate software development, setting the competitive bar several notches higher, with each release. The choice is clear, you can go the route of a repackaged shell-game of obsolete technology, or you can embrace the modern moving target threat model developed under the innovative methodology of the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software. Authorized users of the software are encouraged to ensure that the latest installer release v1.41-3 and drop file are utilized to gain the most operational benefit. Our next (work in progress) development work will focus on the soon to be released Kestrel Central Visualizer (KCV) | Remote Radio Management (RRM) capability. This powerful capability is the next generation of managed remote spectrum surveillance and monitoring referred to RSSM under the TSB 2000 (Technical) Standard. As the COVID situation continues to improve, our plans to attend DSEI and MILIPOL this year are in the final preparation stages and our resident-based training is under review with scheduling details to be released by the end of July. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the technical operators who have supported our development and training efforts this past year. Our management team is strongly focused on the end-users particular day to day deployment challenges consistent with our ability to innovate real-world solutions in near real time.