Global General Technologies to deploy Silent Soldier surveillance solution in India

MIAMI, 9 June 2006. H7 Security Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Global General Technologies, has received an initial purchase order for its Silent Soldier surveillance systems from Punjab Micro Circuits Research Labs (PCRL) in India. Expanding into the emerging security market, Punjab Micro Circuits intends to develop and resell a variety of Silent Soldier applications throughout India with the aid of H7's technology.

MIAMI, 9 June 2006. H7 Security Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Global General Technologies, has received an initial purchase order for its Silent Soldier surveillance systems from Punjab Micro Circuits Research Labs (PCRL) in India. Expanding into the emerging security market, Punjab Micro Circuits intends to develop and resell a variety of Silent Soldier applications throughout India with the aid of H7's technology.

H7 Security Systems' Silent Soldier product is reportedly one of the "earliest" intelligence and early warning surveillance systems for long-range incursions, enabling rapid responses in the prevention of terrorist attacks.

H7's solution is designed to maximize intelligent communication, resource sharing, threat determination, sensor detection, and mission planning for a variety of applications, including border surveillance, military installations, and seaport entry terminals.

The systems can be operated remotely via a secure Web-based interface. The Silent Soldier sells for $50,000 U.S. per system.

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