:Thursday May 25, 2000
ARS Networks' Crosslogix System Cited by Canadian National Safety and Regulatory Affairs Official
Official Predicts "Countless Installations" Likely in North America
ARS Networks Inc. whose first product is a state-of-the-art advance warning system for railway crossings, today announced that its flagship product,
Crosslogix(tm), has been cited by CN Rail's Assistant Vice President of Safety and Regulatory Affairs for its advanced technology and wide-ranging applications.
In a letter to ARS Networks, Assistant Vice President Achille Ferrusi stated, ``The technology and logistics of your system have no comparison
in the industry today. The potential uses in the North American railway industry as a whole can be predicted to include countless installations.''
Ferrusi continued, ``The ease with which the installations can be set up, along with the speed, makes the ARS advance warning system for
railway crossings an attractive prospect for future crossing and communications needs. It is indeed exciting to experience the advantages afforded by the significant design and development
breakthroughs your product represents.''
Sydney Harland, chairman and chief executive officer of ARS Networks, stated, ``We are excited by the feedback we've received from Mr. Ferrusi.
His support and willingness to accept our technology validates the effort we've put into research and development of our system. CN is one of North America's largest railways.''
ARS Networks Inc. is a development-stage wireless communications technology company that designs, develops and commercializes safe,
cost-effective, and reliable systems for the railway industry using patent-pending, remote sensing equipment. The Company's systems feature an open architecture platform that will offer railways and
their freight customers unrivalled abilities to address public safety at level crossings, track cargo, communicate with dispatchers and shorten delivery times. The Company's platform provides a
portal for a multitude of applications in real-time data collection, processing, monitoring and information analysis tailored for the railway industry.
Forward-looking statements in this release are made pursuant to the ``safe harbor'' provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act
of 1995. Investors are cautioned that such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties, including without limitation, continued acceptance of the Company's products, increased levels
of competition for the Company, new products and technological changes, the Company's dependence on third-party suppliers, and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company's periodic reports
filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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