Atlantis Systems Corp.

Atlantis Systems Corp.

July 17, 2009 16:31 ET

Atlantis Reports-TSX Announces De-Listing of Stock Effective August 11, 2009

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - July 17, 2009) - Atlantis Systems Corp. (TSX:AIQ) -

On July 13th, 2009, the TSX announced through a press release that they will be de-listing AIQ stock effective August 11th. This means that as of that date AIQ stock will no longer be traded on the TSX. Atlantis Systems Corp has been under de-listing review since December 2008 and has been able to get two extensions on the strength of the activities that have been undertaken and plans that are in place. Unfortunately, we have reached the maximum extension period that the TSX allows. This decision has no impact on our operational plans. Management is actively pursuing applications for a listing on an alternative exchange and expects to achieve this prior to the TSX de-listing deadline.

About Atlantis Systems Corp.

Atlantis Systems (TSX:AIQ) uses its core capabilities in simulation-aided design and engineering and e-learning, combined with various technology tools, to help customers in military aviation, civil aviation and nuclear energy ensure the feasibility, capability, and effective utilization of their complex assets. In more than 30 years of operation, Atlantis has developed a solid reputation for its creative workforce and innovative solutions in supporting global OEM customers and defence organizations. To learn more, please visit the Company's web site at

Forward-Looking Statements

Certain statements in this release are considered "forward-looking". These forward-looking statements are based on current expectations and various estimates, factors and assumptions and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors. The material factors and assumptions that were applied in making the forward-looking statements in this release include but are not limited to assumptions regarding: our ability to obtain financing to fund our losses and continue to operate as a going concern; our ability to retain our current banking relationship; our eligibility for investment tax credits; our ability to win new projects and to successfully complete ongoing negotiations with new and existing customers for new work and to accurately forecast the timing of such wins; our current order backlog and the timing of its recognition; our ability to secure spinoff programs to the CFTS program; the stability and growth of military markets and expenditures worldwide and expected developments in the energy and aerospace industries; the stability and growth of markets for simulation-based training products; the ability to retain our TSX listing or find a suitable alternate market for our shares; the availability of skilled personnel and that our cost reduction plan will not affect this availability; the level of spending on the Company's direct U.S. market initiative; our ability to meet contractual obligations under the CFTS and SMHP programs or any other major program; our ability to complete new and existing projects on time and on budget; the performance of subcontractors; our ability to protect and exploit our intellectual property; the value of the Canadian dollar relative to foreign currencies, in particular, the U.S. dollar; the level of capital programs to be completed and the accuracy of our projections of infrastructure spending at our facilities; and ASA's capability to deliver e-learning and other programs on time and on budget.
Material factors that could cause Atlantis' actual results to differ materially from the forward-looking statements in this release include risks and uncertainties relating to: our ability to meet debt obligations as required by our lending arrangements or secure waivers; our ability to source capital to fund our operations; our ability to continue to operate as a going concern; our ability to convert sales, negotiations and marketing pursuits into actual awards and order backlog; our inability to repay bank debt on demand; the current global financial crisis; the level of military expenditures and developments in the energy and aerospace industries; our continued reliance on key customers for existing and new work including our ability to leverage off the CFTS program; the availability of skilled personnel to ramp up new programs and complete existing programs; our reliance on subcontractors; our ability to protect the ownership of our technology and intellectual property; and the volatility of foreign exchange rates. Atlantis cannot provide any assurance that the predictions of forward-looking statements will materialize. Atlantis assumes no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or any other reason. Additional information regarding risks and uncertainties that could affect Atlantis' business is contained in the Business Risk Factors section of Atlantis's Annual MD&A and the Description of the Business - Risk Factors section in Atlantis' Annual Information Form, both of which are available on SEDAR at

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