SOURCE: WiFi Wireless Inc.

September 20, 2006 12:02 ET

$7.4 Billion Port Security Bill Passes for Port Security Measures

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 20, 2006 -- (OTCBB: WFWL) (PINKSHEETS: WFWL) WiFi Wireless, Inc. announced today that WIFI's products and solutions are designed to meet the objectives of the $7.4 Billion Port Security Bill recently passed.

This event leads the way to the implementation of solutions specifically addressed by the WIFI business model and technologies.

Primarily the Port Security Bill addresses the detection of radioactive material on cargo containers. This is a very important aspect of container security and is satisfied through the implementation of WIFI's comprehensive solution.

The WIFI solution is in fact more efficient and affordable than many of the self limiting X-Ray mandates often discussed.

The WIFI system allows for the detection of radioactive hazardous materials as well as far reaching key security measures with real time monitoring through wireless technology.

"WIFI's technology delivers a complete security solution for hazardous material detection without the unrealistic requirements of implementing X-Rays of containers and congesting ports. WIFI technologies delivers the solution without having to bog down ports with the cumbersome notion of the X-Ray model. The logistics of implementing the X-Ray model does not meet the real needs of container security. WIFI's approach is deliverable in a far more realistic, cost effective manner," said WI-FI Chairman Gene L. Curcio.

Currently The Homeland Security Department only inspects (opens) 6 percent of 11 million cargo containers that enter U.S. seaports annually. Those containers are only those considered high-risk and is obviously not an effective security measure nor does the implementation of X-Ray scanners at the ports.

However, the WIFI solution satisfies the hazardous material detection measure and many other concerns which are expected to be part of future mandates.

The department aims to screen over 65 percent of goods for radiological materials by October 2007 and the WIFI solution can meet the needs of Homeland Security without implementing the X-Ray model using existing deliverable technologies. Once implemented the WIFI solution should exceed these expectations with added benefits.

WIFI's solution will meet the needs of cargo container security beyond the current initiative in a more cost effective and comprehensive manner than the X-Ray model. The WIFI solution is the logical system architecture and solution to satisfy security, logistic, and the economics of implementing a reliable comprehensive security solution.

The WFSCT and ART TAG system is an end-to-end solution which includes all electronic devices, wireless control, monitoring and tracking communications equipment, network infrastructure and proprietary software systems, algorithms and user interfaces all of which combined are exclusive Wi-Fi innovations.

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