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Infrared Systems International's Subsidiary, AquaLiv Inc., Explains Its Revolutionary Technology in Layman's Terms
Date:6/10/2011

ioinformation anomalies, compute a waveform correction treatment, and broadcast the treatment directly into the patient."

AquaLiv's patented BioT™ Bioinformation Technology is the basis for numerous products and industrial solutions including the AgSmart™ line of agriculture enhancement products and the upcoming NatuRx™ treatments for a variety of diseases. The technology utilizes novel wave-based information composites in lieu of molecules.

"The technology is difficult for many people to wrap their head around – I know it was for me," stated Bill Wright, CEO of Infrared Systems International. "It takes an effort to dig in and understand what is occurring – and the results speak volumes."

For more information about AquaLiv's technology, visit its website: http://www.aqualiv.net.

About Infrared Systems International:

Infrared Systems International, through its subsidiaries, offers unique solutions and applications for a variety of industries and emerging technologies.

AquaLiv, Inc. is a life sciences research and development company. Recent advancements in AquaLiv's technology uncovered a new field of biological information science. With direct applications in the industries of water purification, environmental science, agriculture, animal husbandry, personal use products, and medicine, AquaLiv is ready to expand its innovative product offering. To learn more about AquaLiv, please visit: www.aqualiv.net.

Infrared Applications Inc. is a security and safety focused company. The latest technological advancements have been incorporated into a powerful blend of wireless operation and infrared imaging to provide a system that features redundancy, connectivity, independent verification, and seamless operation for a broad spectrum of security applications. Our patented solutions benefit aviation, industrial infrastruc
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