DDS Wireless’ StrataGen announces Over $800,000 in contracts

DDS Wireless International
announced that its Transit business unit, StrataGen Systems, has closed on
several deals initially valued at over $800,000.

These deals include a full end-to-end systems sale to a
rural customer in Oregon, a wireless infrastructure expansion in Colorado as
well as national pilot initiatives in non-emergency medical transportation.

The largest of the contracts is with Regional
Transportation District (RTD) in Denver, Colorado to upgrade the paratransit
mobile data system. The project calls for upgrading RTD’s paratransit fleet to
full public data networks access and includes a recurring services revenue

These wins further underscore one of the Company’s
objectives of leveraging vertical applications such as StrataGen’s ADEPT
transit platform into full end-to-end solutions including mobile data
infrastructure and related services.

This initiative is bolstered by the success of the
Company’s top-of-the-line Vector 9000 mobile data terminals which have seen
great market success in paratransit and related markets, aided by their ability
to seamlessly bridge private and public data networks.

A key component of the full solution is StrataGen’s
latest release, ADEPT 6.1, a powerful platform for managing the complex and
dynamic operating conditions of transit providers both small and large. Built
on a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 platform, ADEPT 6.1 offers a flexible user-friendly
reporting environment via Microsoft Reporting Services.

The new release also includes a significant number of
enhancements such as integration of automated GPS travel speed profiles for
route planning, deeper support for non-emergency medical providers including
taxi companies and a new trip brokering module.

By Team
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