SOURCE: Homeland Integrated Security Systems Inc.

October 26, 2005 08:20 ET

Homeland Integrated Security Systems' Cyber Tracker Could Be the Answer to California's Missing Vehicle Dilemma

ASHEVILLE, NC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 26, 2005 -- Federal and state governments could assert greater control and management over their automobile and truck fleets by using an inexpensive tracking device that monitors a vehicle's location, routes, stops, and speed.

Studies by the General Accountability Office and the General Services Administration (GSA) have recommended that the federal government improve its information systems to monitor automobile fleets in ways which would produce millions of dollars in savings (GAO-04-664).

On August 8, 2005 KPIX Reporter Jeffrey Schaub, reported that an examination of California's state-held inventory has determined that almost of half of that state's cars and trucks are unaccounted for. The study concluded that 30,000 of California's 70,000 vehicles are missing -- everything from Caltrans trucks, to CHP cars, to fire rigs, to prison vehicles. The audit of state-owned property was ordered by Governor Schwarzenegger, and concluded that California's state agencies had no idea what they owned.

Homeland Integrated Security Systems, Inc.'s (OTC: HISC) "Cyber Tracker is the perfect solution to the Governor's problem in California. If California had Cyber Tracker units on its vehicles, Governor Schwarzenegger would not be looking for over 30,000 of his cars," stated former Presidential Advisor, Spencer Geissenger.

The Cyber Tracker is a portable detection device designed to provide real-time GPS tracking of vehicles, people or other mobile or movable objects. Its convenient rugged design (5" x 5" x 1") makes it applicable in a variety of situations where it is necessary to know an exact location of a person or object. It features "Push to Talk" ability and an extended battery life. The Cyber Tracker's unique design and features makes the product ideal for consumer retail, School Systems, Ports, Fleet Management, the Military, and Public Safety.

"Fleet management is not just a problem in California. US Taxpayers are flipping the bill for missing vehicles across the country. There is no excuse for our Government to lose track of its vehicles. The Cyber Tracker is an affordable solution," stated Geissenger.

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. One of the key target markets is the 361 commercial seaports in the US which are vulnerable to criminal penetration. For more information go to

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