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Individual Unmanned Air Scouts (IUAS)

Individual Unmanned Air Scouts (IUAS)

West Palm Beach, Florida -- (PrimeZone via ComTex) -- April 16, 2004  -- Cyber Aerospace Corp., the operating subsidiary of On Alert Systems, Inc., a Proxity Digital Networks, Inc. subsidiary (Pink Sheets:PDNW) is developing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) designed to operate innovative clandestine reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition, and perform hunter-killer missions. Cyber Aerospace's first generation models are called Individual Unmanned Air Scouts (IUAS). The IUAS are being designed with an open access airframe fuselage that can be rapidly field-configured with a wide array of cameras, sensors, weapons, and instruments. Their multi-use platforms have applications for Military Warfighters, Homeland Defense, Firefighting, Security, Surveillance and First Response teams.

Proxity Digital Subsidiary Cyber Aerospace Developing High Tech Warfare: UAVs Loaded with Cameras and Weapons Operate Clandestine Recon, Perform Hunter-Killer Missions.

Proxity Digital Subsidiary Cyber Aerospace Developing High Tech Warfare: UAVs Loaded with Cameras and Weapons Operate Clandestine Recon, Perform Hunter-Killer Missions.

IUAS Flight Simulation Source: Proxity Digital Networks

When fully developed, the IUAS will operate in multiple settings including congested urban and jungle environments, where it is unsafe for conventional UAVs, as well as in desert and mountainous terrain. IUAS will perform traditional UAV surveillance, border patrol, and wide area search and sensing missions but unlike other UAVs the IUAS are being designed to be amphibious, capable of taking off and landing on land or water.

As "sleepers", the IUAS would fly to a location, land and use their own power to operate surveillance monitoring activities. In battlefield situations, this may be the key to surprising enemy elements. With the vertical takeoff and landing capabilities of a helicopter, IUAS would be able to launch and return without a runway, enabling deployment from small, concealed locations, naval ships, and building rooftops.

Jim Alman, Cyber Aerospace President and lead developer of the IUAS states, "Initial testing of the IUAS will take place in early May. I feel confident we can prove the concept and the IUAS should execute advanced maneuvers. Most of the aerodynamic performance modeling has been done and we expect to install the power plant next week. With an estimated gross weight of 10lbs and initial flight expectations of a maximum of 45 minutes, we feel these tests will affirm the technology. Upon successful completion, we plan to accelerate the program developing the final version which we anticipate deploying in both the civilian and military theatres."

  • About Proxity Digital Networks

Proxity Digital Networks, Inc. is a developmental holding company specializing in the deployment and integration of security protection technology and government contract fulfillment. The Company seeks to acquire and develop security technology. Proxity plans to enter into teaming and exclusive and nonexclusive marketing and distribution agreements with products developed for commercial, military and homeland defense. www.proxity.com

  • About On Alert Systems

On Alert Systems, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Proxity Digital Networks. On Alert plans to acquire the marketing rights to offensive and defensive security technologies supporting a full line of interoperable protection disciplines. By integrating a homogeneous Suite of Integrated Security Products through teaming and licensed marketing and distribution agreements, the Company plans to introduce the new product line to multiple markets. Though exclusive global licenses, On Alert has also licensed a developing system that uses acoustical and ultrasonic means to sense and evaluate activity pertinent to law enforcement, security and defense industries. Their prospective clients all share the need for enhanced security, mobile communication platforms and increased surveillance capabilities. www.onaletsystems.com

  • About Cyber Aerospace Corp.

Cyber Aerospace Corp. is assembling a team of military experts, aerospace and composite engineers to design and build a new generation of UAVs known as Individual Unmanned Air Scouts (IUAS). The Company will develop VTOL mission specific and scalable designed IUAS. Cyber Aerospace plans to market the airships as multi-use platform vehicles deployed in surveillance and communication operations, and capable of target acquisition. Cyber will provide engineering support and systems integration for the IUAS. Proxity's subsidiaries will market the airships to various branches of the U.S. government and our allies. www.cyberaerospace.com

This release contains statements that constitute forward-looking statements. These statements appear in a number of places in this release and include all statements that are not statements of historical fact regarding the intent, belief or current expectations of the Company, its directors or its officers with respect to, among other things: (i) the Company's financing plans; (ii) trends affecting the Company's financial condition or results of operations; (iii) the Company's growth strategy and operating strategy; and (iv) the declaration and payment of dividends. The words ``may,'' ``would,'' ``will,'' ``expect,'' ``estimate,'' ``anticipate,'' ``believe,'' ``intend,'' and similar expressions and variations thereof are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond the Company's ability to control, and that actual results may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements as a result of various factors

More information on Homeland Security issues, including news releases, events and experts available for comment, can be found on the Homeland Security Newsline at http://www.primezone.com/hs

  • Proxity Digital Networks, Inc., Billy Robinson, CEO, Tel: (504) 524-5425, Fax: (504) 524-5424 www.proxity.com
  • On Alert Systems, Inc., Tulsa, Tel: (918) 493-2069, Fax: (918) 493-6234, www.onalertsystems.com
  • Cyber Aerospace Corp., West Palm Beach, Tel: (561) 624-2918, Fax (561) 694-0712 www.cyberaerospace.com
  • Media Contact: Proxity, On Alert, Cyber Aerospace, Emerson Gerard Associates: Jerry Jennings, Tel: (561) 881-7318, Fax: (603) 806-8508, mediareply@egaplus.com

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