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EB Selected by Raptor ID To Develop the RaptorPAD and RaptorONE -- High-Tech Biometric Devices for Government Markets
Date:1/23/2012

ARLINGTON, Va., Jan. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- EB, Elektrobit Corporation (NASDAQ-OMX: EBC1V), a developer of cutting- edge embedded technology solutions for automotive and wireless industries, today announced that its technology will be adapted to power two devices produced by Raptor Identification Systems, Inc. ("Raptor ID").  Raptor ID's  Mobile Biometric Products suite consists of the RaptorONETM, a revolutionary Android-based smartphone with full multi-biometric screening capability, and the RaptorPADTM, a state-of-the-art tablet with Full Biometric Enrollment capability. Both mobile devices will run on the EB-designed Specialized Device Platform, a customizable Android platform designed especially for the specialized vertical and government markets, such as public safety and first responder fields.

"The technology EB has packaged into the Specialized Device Platform is a disrupter for the specialized government markets because it is a customizable, cost-efficient platform that enables us to incorporate our advanced biometric technologies," said Charles Strasburger, Chairman and CEO of Raptor ID. "EB's platform is cost-effective and allows fast turnaround, which helps government agencies stay current with their handheld devices.  Rather than developing small batches of high cost, highly specialized product, EB's platform allows us to integrate low cost modular attachments to meet the needs of specific agencies, while simultaneously producing high volumes of core products at substantially lower cost per unit."

"With Raptor ID, EB will take today's technology, solve today's biometric challenges, and used commercial industry best practices to radically accelerate time-to-market," said Jani Lyrintzis, vice president Special Terminals at EB, "Raptor ID will combine robust communication capability and substantial processing power
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