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Catch the Wind delivers Laser Wind Sensor to AXYS

July 23, 2009

The Vindicator wind sensor will be used by AXYS to determine the viability of wind energy production in offshore environments.

MANASSAS, VA, /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Catch the Wind Ltd. (TSX-V: CTW.S) announced delivery of a Vindicator laser wind sensor (LWS) unit for commercial use to AXYS Technologies, a provider of environmental data acquisition, processing and telemetry systems for marine and terrestrial applications.

As previously reported, AXYS will install the Vindicator LWS on one of its data collection buoys to determine the viability of wind energy production in off-shore environments through the accurate measurement of wind speed and direction.

"Today's announcement is the latest in a series of milestones that we have reached over the past several months," said Phil Rogers, President and CEO, Catch the Wind Ltd. "Based on our current field trials, ongoing sales activities and the encouraging feedback on our technology from various members of the wind energy sector, we expect continued progress in the months ahead."

About Catch the Wind Ltd.
Catch the Wind Ltd. is a high-growth technology company headquartered in Manassas, Virginia. The company was founded in 2008 to develop and manufacture the Vindicator laser wind sensor and other laser sensor products.

Catch the Wind serves the commercial market sector for laser based wind sensor systems, recognized as the "gold standard" in wind measurement. The company is focused on becoming a major contributor in making clean, renewable wind energy more affordable and profitable.

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