We have eyes on endless possibilities.
Indrotek’s advanced technologies protect client’s assets and create efficiencies, reducing their carbon footprint. Every action and every decision made is filtered through the ESG lens of sustainable purpose for people, community and the environment.
Indrotek currently has three divisions, BravoZulu Drone Defence, InDro Robotics, and Stratocom Solutions; all of which are the leaders in their respective fields.
Indrotek seeks to continue its international M&A business and technical expansion to enhance its value and more effectively scale its divisions and new acquisitions.
Code of Business Conduct and Ethics
The Corporation’s commitment to ethical and lawful business conduct is a fundamental shared value of our Board of Directors (the “Board of Directors”), management and employees and critical to our success. Our standards for business conduct provide that we will uphold ethical and legal standards vigorously as we pursue our financial objectives, and that honesty and integrity will not be compromised by us anywhere at any time. Consistent with these principles, the Board of Directors had adopted this Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (the “Code”) as a guide to the high ethical and legal standards expected of its directors, officers and employees.
Board of Director Mandate
The Board of Directors of the Corporation (or the “Board of Directors”) is responsible for the stewardship of the Corporation. The Board of Directors supervises the management of the business and affairs of the Corporation, with a goal of enhancing long-term shareholder value. Specifically, the Board of Directors is charged with responsibility for:
(a) to the extent feasible, satisfying itself as to the integrity of the Chief Executive Officer and other executive officers and that the Chief Executive Officer and other executive officers create a culture of integrity throughout the Corporation;
(b) adopting a strategic planning process and approving, on at least an annual basis, a strategic plan which takes into account, among other things, the opportunities and risks of the business;
(c) the identification of the principal risks of the Corporation’s business, and ensuring the implementation of appropriate systems to manage these risks;
(d) succession planning (including appointing, training and monitoring senior management);
(e) adopting a communication policy for the Corporation;
(f) the Corporation’s internal control and management information systems; and
(g) developing the Corporation’s approach to corporate governance, including developing a set of corporate governance principles and guidelines that are specifically applicable to the Corporation.
Audit Committee Charter
Objectives The Corporation’s Audit Committee (the “Audit Committee”) will assist the Corporation’s Board of Directors (the “Board of Directors”) in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities for:
1.The system of internal control over financial reporting;
2. The audit process;
3. Compliance with legal and regulatory requirements; and
4. The processes for identifying, evaluating and managing the company’s principal risks impacting financial reporting