Sentry Technology Signs Dealer Agreement with ADT Mexico

Sentry Technology Corporation has announced the signing of a dealer agreement with ADT Security Services S.A. de C.V., Tyco International's, ADT- Sensormatic subsidiary in Mexico. Under the agreement, ADT has the right to sell, install and service Sentry's product line, including the company?s patented SentryVision SmartTrack traveling camera system and the QuickCheck self- service kiosk for libraries. Sentry has been successful in the past, selling SmartTrack to Mexico's largest retailers. Sentry Technology Corporation says that it expects ADT will assume responsibility for on-going service of this customer base.

"We are very pleased to include ADT among our growing team of leading international security companies representing Sentry products around the world," said Peter L. Murdoch, president and CEO of Sentry Technology Corporation.

Sentry Technology Corporation designs, manufactures, sells and installs a complete line of Radio Frequency (RF) and Electro-Magnetic (EM) EAS systems and closed circuit television (CCTV) solutions. The CCTV product line features SentryVision, SmartTrack, a proprietary, patented traveling surveillance system. The company's products are used by retailers to deter shoplifting and internal theft and by industrial and institutional customers to protect assets and people. The company's acquisition of ID Systems expanded Sentry?s product offering to include proximity access control and radio frequency identification (RFID) solutions.

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