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Driven to Keep You Safe

NightRide Thermal is a technology company specializing in self-installable, vehicle-mounted thermal cameras, keeping drivers safe at night and in harsh weather conditions. NightRide cameras offer high-resolution thermal imaging for professional, commercial and consumer use and have doubled in revenue from 2021 to 2022, with 807 deployed in 2021 and 2022.

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Taming Night-Driving Hazards — 50% of fatal car accidents occur at night even though only 25% of the driving is done at night. More than 1.2M accidents are caused by poor weather conditions. NightRide's thermal cameras enhance visibility in darkness, rain, snow, fog, and smoke, making roads safer and saving lives.

Proven Market Success — NightRide sold 807 units in 2021 and 2022, totaling $2 million in sales. The company is trusted by professionals, currently serving 22 federal/state/local public safety agencies.

Capitalize on Market Growth — The Thermal Imaging market is projected to reach $7.49 billion by 2030, growing at a healthy 10.10% CAGR from 2022 to 2030.* We believe NightRide is the right, innovative team, with a well-timed entrance to a focused and fast-growing niche.



The All-Seeing Eye

NightRide Thermal believes that life-saving thermal vision should be accessible to everyone, not just professionals. Our products reveal obstacles typically hidden from a driver’s view, enabling vision well beyond headlights. NightRide thermal cameras let you spot people, animals, black ice and other hazards — no matter the time of day or the weather conditions. 

NightRide’s design ethos is its winning formula. The team believes the best products come from real-world needs, so they’ve spent thousands of hours with actual users in the field, getting feedback on what works and what doesn’t. NightRide listens to its customers — creating a loyal and passionate user base that has created an overwhelming demand for its products that they never anticipated — by word of mouth. 

The company has grown quickly due to demand from new markets - NightRide now serves hunting and sporting, farming and ranching, wildlife preservation, offroading, public safety, emergency management, campus and industrial security, commercial transportation, and beyond!

NightRide is a woman-owned small business, proudly manufacturing cameras in the United States and providing an extraordinary customer experience.

The NightRide team is the Company’s key to success.  The team has impressive accomplishments that include creating guided bombs for the Israeli air force, the automatic gear for the Israeli tank: Merkava, the first AI-powered satellite antenna for commercial maritime use: C-Bird, one of the first off-road LED lights for trucks: Rigid Industries, and the first all-digital communications network from the US to Brazil: Allied Communications.   

This same extraordinary team has now taken on the problem of seeing the unseen while driving in dark or severe weather and come up with a series of innovative, affordable, easy-to-install, after-market cameras that are truly game-changing.

The Company has already secured one patent for its unique vehicle mounting of thermal cameras and has two additional patents pending. 

THE Problem & OUR Solution

See The Unseen

Night driving is the leading cause of fatal accidents, with 50% of traffic deaths occurring at night, while only a quarter of all driving is done at that time. (Source) In addition, over 1.2 million car accidents are caused by poor weather conditions annually, with low visibility being a major issue, especially in fog. (Source) The leading cause of Line of Duty Deaths for public safety professionals is vehicular accidents. (Source) People lack full situational awareness in darkness, smoke, fog, rain, and other weather conditions, leaving them with less time to react. 

NightRide created a self-installable vehicle-mounted thermal camera to solve the issues of night driving, low visibility, and weather-related accidents. These cameras allow users to see animals, pedestrians, parked cars, black ice and other potential dangers that are typically invisible at night. Additionally, customers are using NightRide cameras to engage in wildlife control and protect livestock and crops that are endangered by predatory species. 

While the company’s technology is important, the key to the company’s success has been proximity to the customer; developing market-driven solutions, dedication to continuous improvement and an extraordinary customer experience. Customers enjoy a level of support that sets the company apart from the competition.


The Market & Our Traction

Born in Brooklyn, Universally Adopted

Since launching in 2018, NightRide Thermal has become the leader in vehicle-mounted thermal cameras against long-standing thermal giants and has begun fulfilling the needs of substantially unserved sectors of the market.


Thermal imaging was first used in 1929 in the UK by the military.  Since then, much of the focus in the thermal market has been on military, scientific and high end applications. NightRide’s competition has primarily chosen to serve markets that could accommodate premium prices and professional installation. However, the need to see in the dark; to reveal what is not visible to the human eye, is ubiquitous. Professionals, commercial users and daily drivers navigating dark and dangerous roads have remained unserved. Until now. 

NightRide's Innovative Thermal Cameras Serve Multiple Markets

NightRide positioned itself into a group of growing markets. The thermal imaging market is projected to hit $7.49 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 10.10%. (Source) Moreover, the global surveillance camera market is projected to reach $45.54 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 8.38%. (Source) NightRide has positioned itself to serve multiple market sectors to insure steady growth and sustainability. The company’s target markets go far beyond traditional applications for thermal imaging, to include public safety and emergency management, local, state, tribal, and federal government agencies, private and campus security, construction and utilities, wildlife control and outdoor enthusiasts, as well as the more traditional sectors of the military, defense, and intelligence communities. 

Over the past two years, NightRide has experienced strong growth in sales with $2 million in cumulative sales in 2021 and 2022, representing a total of 807 units sold. Trusted by professionals, NightRide serves 22 local, state, and federal government agencies, and has thus far built its dealer network up to 120 dealers worldwide.

Why Invest

Be part of making the world safer at night.

NightRide is driven to make the world a safer place. In addition to enhancing safety, NightRide cameras improve the performance and effectiveness of our customers’ work and even make it easier.  Committed to continuous improvement, the company regularly solicits feedback which it looks to incorporate in future iterations. 

Aside from its core market sectors, the company receives inquiries on a weekly basis to apply its solutions in new and cool ways.  

The NightRide Ranger has been installed on helicopters and small planes and is currently being tested on firefighting ladder trucks. NightRide has worked closely with Bridger Aerospace and has provided a solution for their Super Scooper planes to locate the hottest sections of a fire.  Bridger has plans to roll out the NightRide camera to the rest of their Super Scooper fleet over the next year or so. 

The company also delivered five cameras to the Ukraine for medics transporting wounded civilians and donated equipment to EcoDefense Group for their anti-poaching mission in South Africa and Convoy of Hope for their national and international disaster recovery work. 

NightRide Thermal is seeking funding to expand its capacity in marketing, sales, inventory and production to meet its market demands. 

Invest in NightRide: the Future of Safety!


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NightRide Thermal is a technology company specializing in self-installable, vehicle-mounted thermal cameras, keeping drivers safe at night and in harsh weather conditions. NightRide cameras offer high-resolution thermal imaging for professional, commercial and consumer use and have doubled in revenue from 2021 to 2022, with 807 deployed in 2021 and 2022.


Mary Ellen Kramer
Mary Ellen Kramer
Founder, CEO & Board Member
Mary Ellen Kramer is the President of NightRide Thermal and brings 35 years of senior management experience in high tech, finance, and telecommunication sectors. She has raised over $40 million in financing for ventures she has led.

Mary Ellen’s focus at NightRide Thermal is fundraising, investor relations and developing the market and market partnerships for NightRide. Prior to NightRide, Mary Ellen co-founded Maritime Broadband, a company that created universal online connectivity in the commercial maritime sector via its proprietary AI-powered, stabilized, tracking satellite antenna, C-Bird. She previously founded and ran four telecommunications companies providing global retail and carrier level voice and data services, two of which were public companies. Mary Ellen is a graduate of New York University with a Bachelor of Science in Management and Computer Science. She has also earned a certificate in Women’s Entrepreneurship from Cornell University.

Zev Kramer

Zev Kramer

Founder, Director of Engineering & Board Member

Zevi Kramer is a founder and Director of Engineering at NightRide Thermal. He brings 36 years of notable experience in the telecommunications and electronics engineering sectors. Zevi is the lead electronics engineer behind the development of NightRide's innovative products. Prior to NightRide, Zevi led the engineering, research and development efforts of the C-Bird antenna for Maritime Broadband. Early on in his career, Zevi designed communication and navigation systems for the Israeli Air Force including the development of a radar direction system and electronic navigation system for guided bomb units, deployment of high security airborne data and video communication links. He directed the project for design and implementation of the automatic gear for the Israeli tank – Merkava. He is a graduate of Tel Aviv University (Israel) where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering. 
Shawn Groce

Shawn Groce

Founder, CTO & Board Member

Shawn Groce’s 14 years of engineering experience are both extraordinarily diverse and multi-disciplinary – from LED truck lighting to maritime stabilized, tracking antennae and telecom solutions, to automotive smart fuel pumps and fuses to now, NightRide. Shawn leads in-house and outsourced engineering efforts to engineer peace of mind for NightRide’s customers, balancing ease of use, and performance and appearance while maintaining the “cool factor” of NightRide cameras for its customers. Shawn takes NightRide’s cameras from idea through feasibility study, mechanical, electronic and industrial design, prototype development, testing, production and quality. Shawn completed his studies at City College of the City of New York with a major in Electrical Engineering.
Neil Roseman

Neil Roseman

Board Member

Neil Roseman is the founding partner of LeadProbe Inc, Block M Investments, LLC, and LodeStar Inspection Services, LLC. He has owned and operated businesses for over 25 years. Prior to that he was a Vice President of Operations for Boston Market and a District Manager for Bennigan’s. Neil serves on the Board of Directors of NightRide Thermal and is on the board and treasurer of the Football Alumni of Michigan. He is a Self Expression and Leadership Program Leader with Landmark Worldwide.  

Neil graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan.

Jeremy Flinn

Jeremy Flinn

Fractional Chief Marketing Officer

Jeremy Flinn is a marketing and advertising executive with over 15 years of experience in launching technology brands and products. With a background in brand and app development, along with e-commerce sales, his focus has been to develop strategic direct-to-consumer marketing initiatives that place companies at the forefront of customer inquiries.

Jeremy received his Master of Science in Wildlife Management from Mississippi State University and Bachelors of Science in Wildlife and Fisheries Science from Penn State University. 

Jeremy is a Fractional Chief Marketing Officer for NightRide Thermal.

Adam Strominger

Adam Strominger

Director – Business Development

Adam Strominger is the Director of Business Development. He has over 20 years of experience with establishing strategic business development plans and go-to-market strategies for new growth opportunities/categories, setting strategic priorities and direction for execution in the areas of technology, publishing, and financial services. Adam’s focus at NightRide is revenue generation through establishing channel partners in the various markets that NightRide serves – sporting and outdoors, public safety, government, security, and more. In just over 2 years, Adam has grown the dealer network from 3 to over 120.

Prior to NightRide, Adam worked at such companies as A. C. Nielsen, Turner TV, Scientific American Magazine, Informa, and Reed Elsevier.

Adam received his Bachelor of Arts with a major in Communications from the State University of New York at New Paltz.

Rebecca Coughlan

Rebecca Coughlan

Operations Manager

Rebecca is responsible for dealer support, inventory management, order processing, and bookkeeping for NightRide. She directs the flow of orders from quote through delivery, ensuring that products are delivered on time and as specified; effectively acting as a liaison between sales and manufacturing. Rebecca established and maintains all the systems for tracking the various phases of manufacturing of NightRide products, including sub-assemblies, assemblies, and packaged products.  

Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Science from City College, NY. 

Jacky Yuan

Jacky Yuan

Production Engineer

Jacky is the Production Engineer responsible for the technological launch of all products at NightRide Thermal. It is his job to ensure that NightRide’s products are manufactured efficiently to the highest quality standards. 

Once a project is initiated for a new product, Jacky works closely with the development engineering team from a system integration viewpoint, testing and documenting the performance of all subsystems and assemblies.

He is responsible for the continuous improvement of production processes as well as researching industry trends and new technologies emerging in the marketplace.

Jacky holds a Bachelor of Technology degree from New York City College of Technology, with a major in Computer Engineering, and an Associate of Applied Science degree in Electromechanical Engineering.

Christopher Diaz

Christopher Diaz

Production Manager

Chris is the Production Manager responsible for all elements of assembly: building, repairing and maintenance of all NightRide products. His measures and processes of quality control are continually being updated and enhanced within NightRide’s commitment to continuous improvement. Continuous improvement requires Chris to collaborate closely with the design and production engineering team as well as operations management in order to anticipate the demands and needs of the market.
Francisco Prado

Francisco Prado

Manufacturing Support Engineer (Part-Time)

Francisco is responsible for building, configuring, and testing mechanical and electronic sub-assemblies and assemblies for NightRide products. He assures the availability and quality of components, subject to final system testing and shipment.

Francisco holds a Bachelor of Science degree from City College of New York with a major in Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services.

Francisco works part-time and works 24 hours per week for NightRide Thermal.

Samantha Coughlan

Samantha Coughlan

Creative Director (Part-Time)

Samantha Coughlan is a creative director with over a decade of experience in ideating brand identities and inventing strong stylistic personalities for companies with punchy, fresh copy and a fun approach to marketing and PR. Her background in art history, film, and an anthropological approach to pop culture uniquely position her to develop out-of-the-box concepts that impact and stay with the consumer. 

Samantha works part-time and works 8-16 hours per week for NightRide Thermal.

Nephi Cole

Nephi Cole

Special Industry Advisor (Non-Compensated)

Nephi Cole is a Director of Government Relations for the National Shooting Sports Association and an industry representative to the National Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. He is co-host of the natural resource-focused podcast “Your Mountain”. Nephi is an avid hunter, competitive shooter, and outdoorsman.

Formerly, Nephi was a Senior Policy Advisor for Wyoming Governor Matthew H. Mead on Outdoor Recreation, Natural Resources, Water, Firearms, and Law Enforcement. Prior to working in politics, he served as a program lead at the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Specifically, Nephi worked as a conservation biologist and was also responsible for the development of methods to employ new digital technologies within remote sensing and GIS for soil survey work. He holds bachelor's and graduate degrees with an emphasis on natural resources and technology. 

Adam Gallen

Adam Gallen

Advisory Board Member

Adam Gallen has more than 25 years of experience advising middle-market companies in all aspects of Mergers & Acquisitions, licensing agreements, debt financing, and capital restructurings. He focused on tech-enabled service and consumer products businesses; and successfully completed 60 transactions worth over $5.0 billion. After spending the majority of his career in New York City, Adam moved to Washington D.C. in 2018 to form a Consumer and Digital Media M&A practice at a leading Government-centric Investment Bank. In his current role, Adam spearheads digital branding for companies in the technology, industrial, aerospace, and defense industries. He resides in Ashburn, Virginia with his wife and 3 children; and is an active member of several philanthropic organizations.

Adam graduated from Duke University with a BA in Economics and a Certificate in Markets and Management. 

Jess Hurwitz

Jess Hurwitz

Advisory Board Member

A serial entrepreneur, strategic executive, and veteran of the PC, backup, and data storage industries, Jess is best known as an entrepreneurial executive generalist, innovative technologist, solutionist, and strategist. His ability, comfort, and experience straddling the line between business and technology is a unique talent propelling Jess through a thriving, diverse, robust, and hybrid global career. Jess has a successful record of helping growing companies of all sizes grow, scale, and expand by optimizing strategy, data, and technology and by aligning people, products, and processes for maximum results. Recent work has included leading-edge initiatives: blockchain (crypto/digital assets, industry/enterprise), NFTs, B2B SaaS, API-First, Web3, RevOps, security, compliance, and mobile identity.

Jess studied Electrical Engineering at Manhattan College.

Herb Lustig

Herb Lustig

Advisory Board Member

Herb Lustig has more than 35 years of experience working in arenas of telecommunications and electronic security where he has led the development and commercialization of new products and services. He has been a director and technical advisor for several public and private companies.

Herb earned an M.B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He is a co-inventor on patents in the areas of electronic security, broadband telecommunications, and targeted advertising.

James Rhodes

James Rhodes

Advisory Board Member

Jim Rhodes has a rich background of over 30 years of experience in design engineering and manufacturability. His company, The Newton Engineering and Design Group, brings together 25 multi-disciplined engineers who have created a unique Product Design Process, delivering the highest quality engineering and production to Fortune 500 customers.

Jim holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University.


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Loyalty Bonus | 5% Bonus Shares

As you have previously invested in NightRide Thermal, you are eligible for additional bonus shares.


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Invest within the first 72 hours and receive 15% bonus shares.

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Invest $5,000+ within the first 72 hours and receive 25% bonus shares.

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Invest within the first week and receive 10% bonus shares.

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Invest within the first two weeks and receive 5% bonus shares.


Tier 1 | $500+

Invest $500+ and receive a 15% off coupon on NightRide cameras with 1-year expiration.

Tier 2 | $1,000+

Invest $1,000+ and receive a 20% off coupon on NightRide cameras with 1-year expiration, and 2% bonus shares.

Tier 3 | $5,000+

Invest $5,000+ and receive a 25% off coupon on NightRide cameras with 1-year expiration, and 3% bonus shares.

Tier 4 | $10,000+

Invest $10,000+ and receive a 25% off coupon on NightRide cameras with 1-year expiration or free NightRide Ranger, and 5% bonus shares.

Tier 5 | $25,000+

Invest 25,000+ and receive a 25% off coupon on NightRide cameras with 1-year expiration or free NightRide Scout 383-13, and 10% bonus shares.

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John Bazemore

5 months ago

Another avenue to suggest is railroad engine on cab mounted to help prevent railway accidents giving conductors the ability to see hazards before they happen giving a higher reaction time to prevent the accidents.



John Bazemore

5 months ago

What about UAV mounted unit for search and rescue, police searches, and military? Also a shoulder or helmet mounted fire rated unit with heads-up display for firefighters search and rescue? Saving lives makes national and international headlines.



Richard Koch

5 months ago

I gather the vision would be to have this tech integrated into whatever form an auto's information management system takes in new vehicles at some future date (you'll have to buy a lot of drinks.....) Plus there are "bolt on" versions for existing vehicles? Will the image be displayed on a screen ot could you fab up a HUD? Oh, and there are hand-held models? Last question, are we investing in your military aviation support product lines? (Please say yes)



John Bazemore

5 months ago

Idea - What about offering to include the technology in the new automobile industry as an added safety feature for extreme weather conditions. Like whiteout blizzard conditions, smoke from forest fires, extreme fog, extreme rain to name a few.



John Bazemore

5 months ago

Sorry I did not have more to help invest but am on a fixed income.



John Sklarosky

5 months ago

Hello. I saw you had $2 million in sales, but quick question on the valuation. How did you determine the valuation?



Roslyn Sofer

6 months ago

Regarding bonuses: If you are very early bird and bronze level do you get 15% plus 25% bonuses?



Grigore Hreniuc

6 months ago

What additional patents you have pending? What's stooping anyone else to develop a similar device? I notice this company also raising funds, Lolaark Vision Inc Lolaark Vision Inc. is a technology company inventing and developing software for live video stream visibility restoration. When rain, haze, fog, murky water blind your digital camera, Lolaark Vision’s plugin may clarify the live stream without requiring special optical instrumentation.




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