SOURCE: Homeland Integrated Security Systems Inc.

March 28, 2006 08:20 ET

Cyber Tracker to Be Tested in High Adventure Environment

Appalachian Trail Hikers to Carry Cyber Tracker on High Adventure Hike

SHEVILLE, NC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 28, 2006 -- Homeland Integrated Security Systems (OTC: HISC) has arranged for its revolutionary Cyber Tracker to be tested on the rugged Appalachian Trail. The Cyber Tracker will be part of the equipment carried by Boy Scout Troop 210 of Cary, NC, when members embark on a 50-mile hike later this year. The group of 30 hikers will be tracked during the seven-day trip and their progress mapped in real-time during the hike. This will be the first time the Cyber Tracker will be tested in a high adventure application.

"This is the perfect opportunity to demonstrate how the Cyber Tracker can be used by enthusiasts of high adventure and the outdoors," said Frank Moody, CEO of Homeland Integrated Security Systems. "Not only will the families of the hikers be able to know where they are at any given time, it will also provide a means of emergency contact if needed."

The Cyber Tracker is currently the only portable, low-cost device that supports Push to Talk, tracking and computer functions. The Cyber Tracker incorporates a single board design with the Motorola io200 modem, the Intel X scale processor, an extended battery life along with exclusive Cyber Tracker technology. This allows the unit to work as a portable processing device, creating a product with no boundaries or wires at a reasonable cost. The Cyber Tracker's convenient rugged design (5" x 5" x 1") makes it applicable in a variety of situations where it is necessary to know the exact location of a person, vehicle or other object.

The scouts will be hiking a rugged 50-mile stretch of the Appalachian Trail through the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is a 2,174-mile footpath along the ridgecrests and across the major valleys of the Appalachian Mountains from Katahdin in Maine to Springer Mountain in northern Georgia. The trail traverses Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina and Georgia. The hike will take place during the last week of June.

About Homeland Integrated Security Systems:

Homeland Integrated Security Systems owns proprietary technology and has the rights to use patents to some of the most innovative and sophisticated security products. Cyber Tracker technology has applications for data and tracking functions across numerous verticals. For more information please visit our website .

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