Cantronic Systems Inc.

Cantronic Systems Inc.

September 26, 2007 10:44 ET

Cantronic Initiates Investor Relations Program and Hires Gordon Van Boeyen as Consultant

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 26, 2007) - Cantronic Systems Inc. ("Cantronic") (TSX VENTURE:CTS) is pleased to announce the initiation of an investor relations program with the hiring of Gordon Van Boeyen as Investor Relations Consultant. Mr. Van Boeyen is an accomplished investor relations professional who has been involved in the capital markets and junior public resource companies for the past 15 years. Prior to his tenure in investor relations, Mr. Van Boeyen accumulated a strong business background in retail sales and wholesale manufacturing/distribution.

During the initial phase of four months starting October 1st, 2007, Mr. Van Boeyen will be working as a full time investor relations consultant with a compensation of $3,500.00 each month plus 100,000 stock options. After this 4 month initial phase and upon performance satisfactory to Cantronic, Cantronic intends to extend Mr. Van Boeyen's contract for another 8-12 months under which Mr. Van Boeyen will work as a full time employee of Cantronic acting in the capacity of an investor relations manager.

"Cantronic has been operating without a formal investor relations program to date. With increased awareness of Cantronic's story as exhibited by recent CTS stock activities, we feel this is the time to implement a comprehensive program for investor relations and market communications," said James Zahn, President/CEO of Cantronic Systems. "Our plan for this program will start with the hiring of a full time investor relations person and may expand to include the services of a technology oriented national investor relations firm as an additional way to getting our story across."

Cantronic has set up a dedicated investor relations extension. Investors can call us at 604-516-6667 x 226 or 1-877-391-6970 x 226. They can also e-mail us at

"Cantronic is quickly positioning itself for rapid growth both organically and in-organically. I am so glad that we are able to retain the professional services of Mr. Gordon Van Boeyen, a seasoned investor relations professional. This sets an excellent starting point for Cantronic and its current and future investors," added Zahn. "We consider all our investors of past, current and future as partners. We will do everything we can to take care of their interests by enhancing values for our shareholders."

About Cantronic Systems Inc.

Cantronic is a leader in infrared night vision technology, specializing in passive and active Infrared cameras, infrared illuminators, low light infrared sensitive CCD cameras and long-range night vision surveillance systems for demanding homeland security applications. Cantronic's products have achieved breakthrough performance characteristics, including viewing distances of 800 meters for its active infrared night vision camera. Cantronic has formed strategic relationships with various world-class electro-optic companies, integrators, software and network designers to enable Cantronic to offer an effective alternative to conventional cameras and surveillance systems. Cantronic serves a rapidly expanding worldwide base of military, government, commercial and residential customers. Cantronic has also been approved by Health Canada as a Medical Device manufacturer and is working on using imaging as a diagnostic tool for breast cancer screening. In addition, Cantronic's Fever Scan M3000 is currently being used in several airports around the world for detection of fever-borne illness such as SARS and the Avian Flu. Cantronic's technology has been widely featured by national and local media.

Cantronic, through its US subsidiary QWIP Technologies, Inc. ("QWIPTECH"), holds a worldwide exclusive license from the California Institute of Technology ("Caltech") to produce and sell infrared detectors and sensors based on Caltech's Quantum Well Infrared Photodetector technology. This technology, developed by the renowned NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, has many applications in defense as well as in the field of security and surveillance. The technology was inducted into the NASA Space Technology Hall of Fame in April of 2001. QWIPTECH is currently developing an aerial land mine detection system for the US Army Research Laboratory. It has also been contracted by SELEX (formerly BAE Systems), a world-renowned leader in infrared systems, to supply infrared detectors for their Sigma Hunter large format infrared camera.

Cantronic is a Tier 1 issuer on the TSXV trading under the symbol CTS. For further information about Cantronic and QWIPTECH, please visit our websites at and

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