Guardian Technologies and Splinternet Holdings Team to Integrate Expanded Complement of Threat Detection Capabilities

From Knives, Guns and Explosives to Radiological Source Materials, Companies Sign Teaming Agreement to Provide Integrated Security Detection Solutions Safeguarding Against Terrorism NORWALK, Conn.–Guardian Technologies International, Inc. (OTCBB: GDTI) has signed a teaming agreement with Splinternet Holdings, Inc. (OTCBB: SLNH) to leverage their security technologies and existing relationships in pursuit of domestic and international business opportunities in the private and public sectors. The collaborative relationship involves the cross-marketing, sales and deployment of Guardian’s PinPoint™ automated explosives detection software and Splinternet’s DefenTect™ gamma radiation detection network wherever human life or physical assets are threatened by acts of terrorism. Guardian and Splinternet will provide combined systems to existing alliances and affiliations including transportation companies, government agencies and private clients. The entities will work on prototype security systems and joint venture installations. Together, the companies’ technologies offer a strategically powerful shield against terrorism. Splinternet’s DefenTect™ threat awareness architecture, networked to its GammaTect™ line of unattended perimeter and portal sensors, sends alerts to incident command centers when threat-level radiological source material, the kind used to produce dirty bombs, is detected. System administrators can designate alerts to be triggered to PDAs, cell phones, pagers or other mobile clients. Connected over IP networks, the pervasive grid of sensors can be linked to a customer’s existing surveillance system. Wide-area dispersed sensors can be hidden under ceilings or in walls to avoid detection and compromise. Guardian’s PinPoint™ platform agnostic software analyzes images at airports or facilities, in parcels and on persons, distinguishing minute variations in images that are impossible for the human eye to differentiate. “Splinternet’s DefenTect™ control panel has solid synergies with Guardian’s automated threat detection software,” said Bill Donovan, President and COO of Guardian Technologies. “DefenTect™ delivers an innovative threat awareness safeguard that’s highly sought after in the current homeland security environment.” “Guardian’s PinPoint™ automated threat detection software provides highly accurate threat-item detection,” said James Ackerly, CEO of Splinternet. “DefenTect™ offers Guardian an added layer of defense to provide protection for their customers.” Guardian Technologies International, Inc., based in Herndon, Virginia, focuses on solutions to combat global terrorism. Guardian’s technology compliments and enhances current-generation baggage x-ray scanners with the ability to detect, locate, and identify explosives and other types of threats automatically and effectively. Guardian has international threat detection distribution partners in Europe, Russia, India, Latin America and the Middle East. About Guardian Technologies International, Inc. Guardian Technologies is an innovator of imaging informatics technologies with critical applications for the homeland security market. Guardian’s technology and product development partnerships include a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRDA) with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security – Science and Technology Directorate. Guardian’s platform and product suite is protected by a robust patent portfolio. (OTC BB: GDTI.OB) About Splinternet Holdings, Inc. Splinternet Holdings, Inc., in Norwalk, CT, is a homeland security technology firm that develops and markets radiation detection systems. Splinternet is committed to the discovery and deployment of advanced technologies to fight the worldwide threat of terrorism. (OTC BB: SLNH.OB).

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