Sense Holdings Enters Strategic Alliance with Kroll

Sept. 13, 2006
Partnership forged to promote Sense's portfolio of sophisticated explosive detection technologies

Sense Holdings, Inc., a developer of next-generation biometric and explosive detection security technologies for government and commercial security markets, announced a consulting partnership Kroll, Moss, & Kroll, LLP for representation to congressional, military and other government agencies.

The partnership was forged to promote Sense's portfolio of sophisticated, handheld explosive detection and biometric security technologies. The Kroll group, based in Garden City, N.Y., also plans to work with port authorities, police departments and other security agencies, as well as commercial organizations such as multinational chemical and shipping companies.

"We believe Sense's state-of-the-art technology platform and product initiatives can provide important help in protecting our homeland," said Martin Kroll, Managing Director at Kroll, Moss & Kroll. "In our partnership with Sense Holdings, our goal is to get these security products to market as soon as practical."

"Sense is aligning itself with key government consultants and insiders, and Mr. Kroll is among the most influential," said Dore Perler, Chief Executive Officer of Sense Holdings, Inc. "We sealed this partnership as our MEMS-chips explosive detection technology recently reached the next stage of development. Our goal is to reach the market and start generating more awareness in the near future."

Sense has a history of cooperation with the U.S. Government, including its current affiliation with Oak Ridge National Laboratory, a division of the U.S. Department of Energy, to develop and optimize a complete line of advanced handheld detectors for explosives and other dangerous threats applying the Company's proprietary Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) technology.

Sense is the sole commercialization partner with exclusive rights for the manufacture, sale and distribution of MEMS-based handheld devices. The technology to date has been funded by several government agencies, such as the Department of Energy (DOE); Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF); Federal Aviation Administration (FAA); Transportation Security Administration (TSA); and others.

Recently, the U.S. Army purchased Sense's biometric ISO-TRACK security solution. The order was comprised of seven complete systems for identifying military personnel and additional security measures. Sense has combined its DTU-1000, a biometric fingerprint reader, its proprietary recognition pad, USB digital camera, and the custom ISO-TRACK software.