Natco International Inc.
OTC Bulletin Board : NCII

April 12, 2007 15:44 ET

Natco International Inc.: PhotoViolationMeter™ Shows Its Stuff in San Francisco

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - April 12, 2007) - Raj-Mohinder Gurm, President of Natco International Inc.(OTCBB:NCII), is pleased to announce that Photo Violation Technologies Corp. has completed a successful trial with the Port of San Francisco with their PhotoViolationMeter™. Natco International Inc. and Photo Violation Technologies Corp. have recently signed a binding letter of agreement for a reverse take over.

The trial, which ran from October 2006 to March 2007, saw nine of PVT's PhotoViolationMeter™ parking meters installed in the Pier 27 area, a popular tourist site near the Golden Gate Bridge National Recreation Area.

Over the course of the trial, the PhotoViolationMeter™ delivered on its promise to make paying for parking easier for customers while increasing parking revenue for the Port.

The PhotoViolationMeter™'s Every Way To Pay™ feature gives customers a variety of payment options, including coin and credit card. During the trial, as high as 86% of parking fees collected by the PhotoViolationMeter™'s were paid by credit card. The PhotoViolationMeter™'s wireless network capability allows for instant, real-time authorization of customer's credit cards.

Customers who used their credit card could also take advantage of the system's No-Fine™ patent pending feature, which bills time automatically to a customer's credit card. An in-ground sensor detects when the car drives away and stops billing. This feature allows drivers to park worry-free, knowing they will not run out of time and receive a violation, while paying for only the time used.

The self-enforcing PhotoViolationMeter™, equipped with a digital camera to photograph vehicles in violation, issued violations to 100% of the parking violators, whereas the other systems on trial were not able to perform this function, thus increasing parking revenue. PVT's PhotoViolationMeter™'s generated over five times the monthly North American average of violations per stall per month during the three month San Francisco trial.

The PhotoViolationMeter™'s system of in-ground sensors also provided the Port of San Francisco with valuable data regarding parking usage and violations that occurred.

The PhotoViolationMeter™ is also currently engaged at a trial site in Vancouver and in May 2007 will begin a six-month trial in Niagara Falls, NY.

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