NEW YORK, Aug. 28, 2006 -- Security Intelligence Technologies, Inc. today announced that its subsidiary, Homeland Security Strategies, Inc.(HSS) recently sent a technical team to visit its new distributor in Beijing to support them in a seminar they sponsored for high ranking government officials to present HSS's latest counterterrorism equipment. HSS's technical team conducted workshops covering security systems for public events, airport security, bomb detection and systems designed to defeat terrorists' use of radio controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIED).
"The use of RCIEDs has become the terrorists' number 1 choice of weapons and countries outside of the Middle east are beginning to equip themselves with systems similar to those marketed by HSS to defeat these threats," stated Chris Decker, Senior VP of SITG.
"It is estimated China's security budget for the 2008 Beijing Olympics will exceed the $1.3 billion that Greece spent in providing security for the 2004 Athens Olympics. We believe there will be significant amounts spent on the types of products we design and manufacture and are excited about the opportunity we have with our new distributor to pursue this business," stated SITG's CEO Ben Jamil.