BSI2000 and Siemens Team for Airport Expansion Bid

April 5, 2006
Companies partner for bid on security system at Anchorage International Airport

DENVER, April 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BSI2000, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BSIO), a developer of high-end security systems for commercial and government use, announced today that it has teamed with Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. (Siemens), a wholly owned subsidiary of Siemens AG (NYSE: SI), to bid the security system for a new concourse to be built at Anchorage International Airport.

Siemens sold and installed BSI2000's MAXXNET2000 entry exit access control system into Anchorage International Airport's original concourse several years ago.

Jack Harper, BSI2000 president, said, "We are very pleased indeed to be working with a company with the stature, global coverage, and scope of Siemens to further MAXXNET2000 into the marketplace."

MAXXNET2000(TM) is one of the most sophisticated and secure entry exit access control systems available today.

The system provides all of the security command and control functions that are necessary in today's high-risk environment and includes advanced 21st century biometrics, support for all electronic access/ID card families from simple magnetic-stripe through RFID cards to contact and contactless smart cards and all the way up to the super-secure Optical Cards.

MAXXNET2000(TM) has an extensive installed base with installations in major international airports, regional prisons, corporate facilities, military sites, water treatment plants, and other infrastructure assets. Example sites include Denver International Airport, Anchorage International Airport, the J. G. Beacham Water Treatment Facility, Missoula Detention Center, Sterling Correctional Facility, and many others.

Siemens Building Technologies employs 7,500 people and provides a full range of services from over 100 locations in the United States. Worldwide, the company has 29,000 employees and operates in more than 42 countries.

About BSI2000

BSI2000, Inc. is headquartered in Lakewood, Colorado. The Company designs, builds, and sells high-end security related products for the homeland defense, entry/exit access control, and identification markets. The Company develops and sells patented and patent-pending systems for identifying, authenticating, and tracking people and their activities by combining biometrics, electronic ID cards of various types, sensors, extensive embedded software, and advanced cryptography.

The Company believes that since the terror attacks on the United States in September 2001, a global push toward secure identification and people tracking with new advanced technologies is underway and accelerating. BSI2000 has developed a spectrum of security related products that integrate special hardware and proprietary software to provide turnkey systems to meet this new need.

The products that the Company has developed all depend on a central technology core of a large software base, electronic identification cards, biometrics, and advanced cryptography.

BSI2000 products include the MAXXNET2000(TM) Entry/Exit Access Control System; the AQUA2000(TM) Water Treatment Facility Monitoring, Intrusion Detection, and Access Control System; the CLEARID2000(TM) Electronic Fingerprint Scanning System; the VERUS2000(TM) Green Card Authentication Device; the CIVILITAS2000(TM) Government Identification System; and the MICROBANKER2000(TM) Optical Bank Card System. More information on the company can be found at .

For investor relations or media information, contact Jack Harper at 1.303.231.9095 or by email at [email protected] or at [email protected] .

Legal Notice Regarding Forward-Looking Statements: "Forward-looking statements" as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 may be included in this news release. These statements relate to future events or our future financial performance. These statements are only predictions and may differ materially from actual future results or events. BSI2000 disclaims any intention or obligation to revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future developments, or otherwise. There are important risk factors that could cause actual results to differ from those contained in forward-looking statements, including, but not limited to, risks associated with changes in general economic and business conditions (including in the technology and financial information industry), actions of our competitors, the extent to which we are able to develop new services and markets for our services, possible failure of products in the market for any number of reasons, the time and expense involved in such development activities, the level of demand, failure of patents to adequately protect our products, market acceptance of our services and changes in our business strategies, and many others.

SOURCE BSI2000, Inc.

CONTACT: Jack Harper, BSI2000, Inc., +1-303-231-9095, or [email protected], or [email protected]