Ronkonkoma, New York, June 13, 2006 -- Sentry Technology Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: SKVY) announced today that it has been awarded a contract to supply library security systems to the New York Board of Education. This is the third consecutive year that Sentry has been awarded contracts to supply America's largest school board serving 1,200 schools in 10 regions. The New York City Board of Education continues to rely on Sentry's market leading electromagnetic anti-theft systems and security labels. This week, Sentry was also chosen as the successful bidder to supply 31 QuickCheck patron self-service systems to the Mid-Continent Public Library in Independence, Missouri. The Mid-Continent Public Library serves more than 400,000 patrons through a network of 31 branches. The combination of the two contracts represents approximately $377,000 in revenue for Sentry.
"Our library business continues to show solid growth with orders in the first two weeks of June exceeding $500,000," said Peter L. Murdoch, President and CEO for Sentry Technology Corporation. "Leading libraries across North America are choosing our market leading technology both to control theft and to improve customer service through the implementation of our QuickCheck patron self-service systems."
Sentry Technology Corporation designs, manufactures, sells and installs a complete line of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) solutions, Electro-Magnetic (EM) and RFID based Library Management systems as well as Radio Frequency (RF) and Electro-Magnetic (EM) EAS systems. The CCTV product line features the SentryVision‚ SmartTrack system, a proprietary, patented traveling Surveillance System. The Company's products are used by libraries to secure inventory and improve operating efficiency, by retailers to deter shoplifting and internal theft and by industrial and institutional customers to protect assets and people. For further information, please visit our website at www.sentrytechnology.com.