February 21, 2006 09:53 ET Breaking News Alert for Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2006: INSA -- Invisa, Inc. Reports Year End 2005 Information Sales and Units Sold for the Year 2005 Increased by 21% and 34%, Respectively,

Over 2004!

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BOCA RATON, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 21, 2006 --OTCPro News Alert for this AM, Stocks to Watch are: Invisa, Inc. (OTC BB: INSA), Sirius Satellite Radio (NASDAQ: SIRI), XM Satellite Radio (NASDAQ: XMSR), Apple Computer (NASDAQ: AAPL)

Investors need to be watching Invisa. (OTC BB: INSA) this AM!

Invisa presence-sensing solutions serve the electronic life safety and security markets. Invisa's proprietary InvisaShield technology is based upon capacitive sensing and is resistant to known methods of circumvention without employing infrared, laser, ultrasound or microwave radiation. InvisaShield can detect intruders who violate a sensing zone ranging from millimeters up to 1 meter. Invisa's SmartGate® safety system generates an invisible protective field that moves with and precedes the potentially hazardous leading edge of powered gates, garage doors, sliding doors and other powered closures. For information about SmartGate® products or the patented InvisaShield® Technology, visit or call 941-355-9361. A video of SmartGate in action can be viewed at the company Web site.

Invisa, Inc. (OTC BB: INSA) today announced that 2005 was our largest unit sales year to date. Sales and units sold for the year 2005 increased by 21% and 34%, respectively, over 2004. Our sales from units for the year 2005 totaled $239,285 on 754 units. For the year 2004, such sales totaled $197,484 on 561 units sold. We also achieved additional penetration into the valued safety market for our products. This penetration reflects a growing number of parking gate manufacturers promoting our SmartGate® brand safety products and integrating our products as original equipment into their parking gates. We also continued to implement our plans to launch our first security product in 2006.

Our successes in 2005 support our conviction that our InvisaShield® technology is highly unique and offers dynamic advantages to a broad range of potential product applications in a large number of diverse markets. As our products penetrate the safety market, they demonstrate the commercial viability and unique features of our InvisaShield technology. We are particularly excited about our technology's ability to provide dependable and reliable sensing in virtually any environment and, when required, around and preceding moving objects.

2005 Highlights

Invisa's progress in 2005 included advancing the goal of making our safety products a necessary part of the approximately 60,000 parking gates sold annually, and the estimated one million parking gates currently in service. Some of these developments are highlighted below. Additionally, we continued to focus on our longer term goal of extending our success in the parking gate market into the broader powered barrier market which includes commercial and residential garage doors, slide and swing gates, automated doors and elevator doors. Our technology position in these markets was further strengthened by the addition of a second issued patent which protects inventions critical to our unique approach to safety.

As we entered 2005, the parking gate industry had not publicly acknowledged that unprotected parking gates present a significant risk to pedestrians. Nor had the industry acknowledged that additional safety equipment is necessary when pedestrians, children, bicyclists or motorcycles are present. In recent months, two highly respected gate manufacturers became our OEM customers and began integrating our SmartGate Safety System into their parking gates. Both of these manufacturers are considered leaders in technology and safety and we believe that they are leading an emerging industry-wide safety trend.

In the fourth quarter of 2005, Underwriters Laboratory (UL) completed a preliminary evaluation of our safety products and indicated support for Invisa's belief that the industry safety rules should address the significant risk that parking gates present to pedestrians. UL is responsible for the technical aspects of the industry safety standard known as UL Rule 325. While changing industry safety rules are challenging, we continue to focus our energies in this area as we feel that rules mandating safety equipment for pedestrians would have an enormous and immediate impact on our sales. We believe the increased involvement of powered gate and door manufacturers in the evaluation, promotion and sale of Invisa's safety technology heralds the coming change in the safety standard.

During 2005, several domestic and international manufacturers of commercial overhead doors evaluated our safety technology for potential integration into their door systems. As we enter 2006, we are committed to extending the reach of our safety products beyond parking gates into other powered closure markets.

Preparation for introduction of Invisa's museum security product continued throughout 2005. Invisa's development partners have provided performance and market input as they evaluate advanced prototypes of our security product. We plan to introduce our security product to the museum market in the second half of 2006. Additionally, we are committed to extending the reach of our planned security products beyond the museum market into the general security market.

We experienced some major management changes including the departure of our CEO in April 2005. While change is generally challenging at the time, it is also frequently necessary to support sustainable growth and development. We believe that our Company has never been better positioned to continue the momentum generated by the exciting developments our current management team achieved in the second half of 2005.

During 2005, we completed a one million dollar financing provided by an existing institutional financial partner and we finished the year with a strong cash position and virtually no debt or past due payables.

Stocks in the news and acting well as of late include Sirius Satellite Radio, XM Satellite Radio and Apple Computer.

Sirius Satellite Radio (NASDAQ: SIRI) posted a fourth-quarter loss of 23 cents per share, two cents wider than the 21-cent loss expected by analysts, while revenue tripled to $80 million from $25.2 million, beating the consensus of $76.1 million. Slightly higher-than-expected subscriber-acquisition costs contributed to the negative variance, including a surge in promotional costs leading up to the launch of a new show by radio-host Howard Stern. On the bright side, the company added 1.1 million subscribers in the quarter and expects its total subscriber numbers to double in the coming year, to $6 million. Standard & Poor's Equity Research reiterated a "strong buy" opinion on Sirius, seeing momentum in retail and automotive channels. Shares were last seen trading down 6% on Friday.

XM Satellite Radio (NASDAQ: XMSR) also announced a wider-than-expected quarterly loss of $1.15 per share on revenue of $177 million, versus analyst expectations of a 92-cent loss per share on revenue of $174 million. In addition, the company announced the resignation of director Pierce Roberts Jr., who had warned XM's board that the company would face a cash crunch if it does not cut spending. Caris and Company research analyst Susan Kalla downgraded XM to "average" from "above average," expecting the rise in spending that causes the earnings miss to continue over the short term. "Even if XM management reins in spending, revenue growth is likely to stall," wrote Kalla in note to investors. XM shares were nearly 10% lower on Friday afternoon.

Apple Computer (NASDAQ: AAPL) shares rallied as a new product and a shipping announcement alleviated Intel-transition concerns. The company released Mac OSX Tiger version 10.4.5, an updated version of its operating system software for both Intel and PowerPC Macs, allaying fears that the well-publicized video glitch it had with its FrontRow software on an Intel-based Mac would require a recall. Apple also announced that its MacBook Pro is shipping, despite speculation that it may be delayed until April, and with faster-than-expected Intel processors. American Technology Research analyst Shaw Wu maintained a "buy" rating on Apple, expecting the company to continue to grow above market rates over the next one to two years. "For longer-term fundamental investors, we would take advantage of the pull-back to build and/or add to Apple positions," wrote the analyst in a recent report.

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