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Homeland Integrated Security Systems’ Cyber Tracker To Be Featured at 2006 International CES

Revolutionary GPS device features Geo-fencing; push to talk technology

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (December 27, 2005) – Homeland Integrated Security Systems, Inc.’s (OTC: HISC) Cyber Tracker will be featured at the 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES®) to be held in Las Vegas January 5-8.  Company representatives will be demonstrating the various features of the Cyber Tracker at booth # 72029 in the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas. The CES is the largest consumer electronics show in the world, attracting more than 140,000 attendees from 115 countries witnessing the introduction of thousands of new products and technologies from more than 2,500 exhibitors.

The Cyber Tracker is a revolutionary GPS device features real-time tracking, geo-fencing, and push-to-talk technology. Developed by Homeland Security Systems, Inc., the Cyber Tracker is the first of its kind to offer this combination of technology in an inexpensive tracking device that monitors a vehicle’s location, stops, and speed.

The Cyber Tracker’s convenient rugged design (5” x 5” x 1”) makes it applicable in a variety of situations where it is necessary to know the exact location of a person or object.  It features an extended battery life. 

With the geo-fencing technology, users can designate areas that are restricted or off limits.  If a vehicle carrying the device enters those areas, a notification is sent to the owner’s desktop computer or PDA device.  Push to talk technology enables others to be in voice contact with the driver at any time.

Applications for the Cyber Tracker include tracking of teenage drivers, fleet vehicle tracking, school bus monitoring and as a safety device for individuals including children, the elderly, and hunters and outdoorsmen.

“We anticipate the Cyber Tracker will receive an overwhelming response at the 2006 International CES,” said Frank Moody, CEO of Homeland Integrated Security Systems.  “There is nothing else on the market like it, so it should generate a lot of excitement and interest from those attending the show.”


About CEA:
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is the preeminent trade association promoting growth in the consumer technology industry through technology policy, events, research, promotion and the fostering of business and strategic relationships. CEA represents more than 2,000 corporate members involved in the design, development, manufacturing, distribution and integration of audio, video, mobile electronics, wireless and landline communications, information technology, home networking, multimedia and accessory products, as well as related services that are sold through consumer channels. Combined, CEA's members account for more than $121 billion in annual sales. CEA's resources are available online at, the definitive source for information about the consumer electronics industry.
CEA also sponsors and manages the International CES - Defining Tomorrow's Technology. All profits from CES are reinvested into industry services, including technical training and education, industry promotion, engineering standards development, market research and legislative advocacy.

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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