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Cooperation Agreement Combines Wireless Sensors with Security Systems

May 16, 2006

RAE Systems signs agreement with Henry Bros. Electronics to integrate multi-sensor chemical- and radiation-detection monitors and networks with commercial and industrial integrated security and emergency preparedness systems.


San Jose, Calif. - RAE Systems Inc., a leading global developer and manufacturer of rapidly deployable, multi-sensor chemical and radiation detection monitors and networks for homeland security and industrial applications, announced that it has signed a cooperation agreement with Henry Bros. Electronics, Inc. (HBE), an established player in the electronic physical security industry, specializing in integrated security systems and emergency preparedness.

HBE provides products and services to customers in the public and private sectors nationwide. Customers include transit authorities, seaports, airports, universities, office buildings, hospitals, and airlines. Current Henry Bros' projects include Dodger Stadium, Metropolitan Transit Authority of New York, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Ports of Oakland and Los Angeles, as well as other commercial and government operations.

"With the current state of the world, we believe a great need exists to integrate a broader range of sensors into commercial and industrial security systems," said Jim Henry, CEO of Henry Bros. "RAE Systems wireless sensor networks provides us with a new set of products to solve the security concerns of our customers."

"We are pleased to have the opportunity to integrate our chemical and radiation sensors into some of Henry Bros.' future projects," said Robert Chen, CEO of RAE Systems. "Henry Bros. will give us a vehicle to begin deployment of the first generation of pervasive sensing."

Henry Brothers featured RAE Systems security products at the recent American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) East Exposition held at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center in New York City.

About RAE Systems
RAE Systems is a leading global developer and manufacturer of rapidly deployable, multi-sensor chemical detection monitors and networks for homeland security and industrial applications. In addition, RAE Systems offers a full line of portable single-sensor chemical and radiation detection products. RAE Systems' products enable the military and first responders to detect and provide early warning of weapons of mass destruction and other hazardous materials. Industrial applications include the detection of toxic industrial chemicals, volatile organic compounds, and petrochemicals. RAE Systems' products are used by many U.S. government agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, and the Department of State, as well as all branches of the U.S. military, and by numerous city and state agencies. Our end users also include many of the world's leading corporations in the airline, automotive, computer, and oil industries. Our products are used in civilian and government atmospheric monitoring programs in over 60 countries. For more information about RAE Systems, please visit the company's Web site.

About Henry Bros. Electronics, Inc.
Henry Bros. Electronics provides technology-based integrated electronic security systems, services, and emergency preparedness consultation to commercial enterprises and government agencies. The company has offices in California, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, and New Jersey. For more information, visit the company's Web sites here and here.
 


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