SOURCE: Liska Biometry Inc.

March 29, 2007 14:30 ET

Liska Biometry DCS Europe Unit Wins Second Germany Pharmaceutical Contract

Demonstrates Products in Conjunction With Major Insurer at CeBIT in Hannover

DOVER, NH -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 29, 2007 -- Liska Biometry (OTCBB: LSKA), a leading provider of biometric identification solutions, today announced its DCS Europe subsidiary has won a second contract from a major Germany pharmaceutical firm. The contract includes the manufacturing as well as visual and electronic personalization of 20,000-employee smart card credentials based on the LEGIC technology. Liska will also consult on the architecture to get full functionality for using the multi-application card.

The company also announced that it had its DCS8000 and DCS1000 Mobile capture solution products on the stand of a major German insurance company. Liska captured about 1,500 persons for the purpose of a new electronic Health Card project -- presently the biggest IT project in Germany.

Christopher LeClerc, President of Liska, said, "We are extremely happy to have won a second contract from this company. Return business is the best validation of a company's products and services. This second contract is in addition to the 50,000 secure, robust, durable and multi-application polycarbonate composite smart cards we have already provided to them. Our relationship had grown and deepened, and we believe that it will aid our sales efforts with other European companies, both large and small, as well as governments in that part of the world."

He added, "The CeBIT show is one of the most important electronic trade fairs for European IT firms. This year, as many as 480,000 people attended, and CeBIT organizers say that 6,153 exhibitors from 77 different countries participated. Our camera solution was an immense success, and the people were impressed with the quality of the captured portraits. We expect the exposure from the show, in conjunction with our relationship with the German pharmaceutical company, to open many doors for us in Europe."

About Liska Biometry

Liska Biometry develops revolutionary fingerprint biometric solutions enabling fast individual authentication, precise identification searches, as well as cross-platform data interoperability. Our innovative, scalable technology generates a unique, short, repeatable numerical identifier from one's fingerprint.

This short number becomes a precise and universal biometric identifier easily embedded in travel documents, such as visas and passports, credit cards, driver's licenses and a host of other personal credentials.

Liska's product offerings address national security concerns regarding privacy and data integrity. From consular services to terrorist watch lists, our innovative technology allows for seamless, integrated identification searches across disparate databases at all levels of government and law enforcement.

About CeBIT

CeBIT is the world's largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunications solutions for home and work environments. The key target groups are users from industry, the wholesale/retail sector, skilled trades, banks, the services sector, government agencies, science and all users passionate about technology.

CeBIT offers an international platform for comparing notes on current industry trends, networking, and product presentations. Deutsche Messe AG has organized CeBIT in Hannover each spring since 1986. CeBIT stands for Centrum der Büro- und Informationstechnik, German for "Centre of Office and Information Technology."


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