SOURCE: Infrared Systems International

March 03, 2011 11:10 ET

Infrared Systems International's Subsidiary, Infrared Applications, Inc., to Present at Cleantech Investor Forum

SILVERDALE, WA--(Marketwire - March 3, 2011) -  Infrared Systems International (OTCBB: IFRS) is pleased to announce that Gary Ball, CEO of its subsidiary, Infrared Applications, Inc., will be a presenter at the Cleantech Investor Forum 2011 held in Palo Alto, California on March 7th and 8th.

The Cleantech Investor Forum is essential for investors, bankers and corporate management teams to network, explore opportunities with cleantech companies, and learn about the prospects for raising capital. The conference provides CEO presentations on the latest clean technologies, as well as panel discussions specific to the industry. The event is hosted by DealFlow Media, publisher of some of the most influential investment banking reports related to capital raising and alternative finance. Last year the forum attracted over 300 qualified institutional investors, bankers and cleantech companies.

Mr. Ball will be showcasing HarmAlarm the next generation in physical security surveillance systems based upon the company's recent patent issued June 2010. HarmAlarm is a family of applications all based upon this next generation technology. Green technology represents a particular application of major interest to this Forum. The company's business model for HarmAlarm consists of establishing a number of profit centers each one based upon a definable market sector in Security. Licensing has been used by the company successfully in the past for commercial aviation. Opportunities identified as candidates for future HarmAlarm business units include the military, commercial enterprises, industrial facilities, government complexes, agriculture, and residential.

"It is exciting to be out of the starting gate with our new HarmAlarm technology. Being given the opportunity to present in a marquee position for an event of this caliber is an honor, and validates our belief in our product," stated Gary Ball, CEO of Infrared Applications, Inc. This will be the initial public disclosure of HarmAlarm as a patent protected revolutionary approach to physical surveillance security.

Mr. Ball's presentation will be available online following the conference at:

About Infrared Systems International:

Infrared Systems International, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, offers unique solutions and applications for a variety of industries and emerging technologies.

Infrared Applications Inc. is a security and safety focused company. The latest technological advancements have been incorporated into a powerful blend of wireless operation and infrared imaging to provide a system that features redundancy, connectivity, independent verification, and seamless operation for a broad spectrum of security applications. Our patented solutions benefit aviation, industrial infrastructure, military, homeland defense, and the private sector. Please visit:

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Focus Systems, Inc. is a service orientated, desktop virtualization, and VoIP information technology provider. Focus Systems' service essentially eliminates the need for their customers to buy, deploy, and maintain IT infrastructure. The move to cloud computing lowers customers' total cost of ownership by shifting critical systems to Focus -- including servers, backup, software, operating systems, updates, power, cooling, facility space, and internal staffing requirements. For more information, please visit:

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