Lincasia and H7 Security Systems achieve first phase of long-distance self-routing communication technology

MIAMI, 2 Nov. 2006. Lincasia Incorporated, strategic partner of Global General Technologies' H7 Security Systems Inc. subsidiary, has completed phase I of its long distance self-routing communication technology. The technology was demonstrated in San Francisco, Calif., and at H7 offices in San Jose, Calif.

MIAMI, 2 Nov. 2006. Lincasia Incorporated, strategic partner of Global General Technologies' H7 Security Systems Inc. subsidiary, has completed phase I of its long-distance self-routing communication technology. The technology was demonstrated in San Francisco, Calif., and at H7 offices in San Jose, Calif.

H7's Silent Soldier System, the recipient of Frost & Sullivan's 2006 product innovation award, is one of the most advanced early warning surveillance systems available for the prevention of terrorist attacks.

Designed to maximize intelligent communication, resource sharing, threat determination, sensor detection, and mission planning, it is well suited for Border surveillance, protection of Oil & Gas installations, military installations, and seaport entry terminals, among other applications.

Global General Technologies' president and CEO, Shmuel Shneibalg, commented that this new partnership will make the H7 Silent Soldier product an even more effective deterrent against the global terrorism threat. "Recently we received orders to provide our advanced surveillance technology to Punjab Micro Circuits Research Labs (PCRL) in India, and for the 2010 World Expo to be held in Shanghai, China, at which more than 74 million visitors are expected. We anticipate that the Lincasia technology could be incorporated into some of these units."

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