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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Enters into Definitive Agreement to Acquire Y.M. Advantage, Inc.

January 21, 2016

Earlier today, View Systems, Inc. (OTC: VSYM), a manufacturer and installer of non-invasive weapons detection systems for government and commercial use, announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Y.M. Advantage, Inc. (YMA), a private corporation engaged in the acquisition, development and management of medical clinics providing treatment for various medical issues. Through this acquisition, View Systems aims to achieve greater market penetration while promoting sustainable financial growth.

“As previously announced, our exploration and execution of M&A agreements are by no means an exit from our current focus of operations,” Gunther Than, chief executive officer of View Systems, stated in the news release. “After careful selection and due diligence, we’re excited to announce our acquisition of YMA, which will help View Systems gain traction in obtaining exposure, application and market penetration of our products.”

YMA’s business model focuses primarily on the acquisition of concierge, all-inclusive medical practices, particularly those relating to issues of male sexual dysfunction – including erectile dysfunction, testosterone replacement therapy and premature ejaculation. By targeting this niche in the medical community, YMA seeks to capitalize on current market trends that are being magnified by the aging population and a sharp rise in the prevalence of certain medical conditions.

Market statistics support YMA’s strategy. According to a report by Transparency Market Research, the increasing incidence of genitourinary diseases and a shifting preference toward a sedentary lifestyle represent lucrative opportunities in the male sexual dysfunction market moving forward. The company estimates the current U.S. market for erectile dysfunction at $6 billion, and aging baby boomers are expected to provide an expanding pool of prospective clients over the next decade.

In the past, major pharmaceutical companies Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) and Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) have led the way in the male sexual dysfunction market with Viagra and Cialis, respectively, but projections suggest that this could be set to change in the coming years. While Viagra will maintain patent exclusivity until 2020, it is one of the final holdouts in the market. As exclusivities expire, industry data suggests that there will be an opportunity for new players to grab market share with innovative new drugs addressing medical conditions that are increasingly prevalent throughout the aging population. This should ensure that YMA’s targeted medical practices remain in high demand for the foreseeable future.

“Our board of directors consists of physicians who are well versed in the medical arena and have started and successfully operated clinics and medical practices,” continued Than. “They believe that this acquisition will dramatically enhance our revenue and provide for a wider ranging business practice.”

Look for View Systems to leverage the high demand for treatments related to male sexual dysfunction in order to promote strong financial growth. By acquiring YMA and maintaining its current focus of operations, the company becomes a diversified investment opportunity with tremendous upside for prospective shareholders.

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Receives ‘Strong Buy’ Recommendation from Trusted Financial Report

August 24, 2015

“We usually don’t recommend sub-penny issues within our publication, but it is in our opinion, that in this case the purchasing of VSYM is a no-brainer!”

This quote from the August issue of The Bull & Bear Financial Report demonstrates the publication’s high regard for the investment potential of View Systems, Inc. (OTC PINK: VSYM). The report is chock full of information on numerous technology and industrial plays like General Electric (NYSE:GE), Google (NASDAQ:GOOG), Honeywell (NYSE:HON), Avago Technologies (NASDAQ:AVGO) and Boeing (NYSE:BA); a variety of scattered industry plays including Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX), Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS), Sherwin-Williams (NYSE:SHW), Nike (NYSE:NKE), Tata Motors (NYSE:TTM) and Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK); and sliding across the scale to commodities with Goldcorp (NYSE:G), Eldorado Gold (NYSE:EGO), IAMGold (NYSE:IAG), and Barrick Gold (NYSE:ABX).

In the case of VSYM, the company’s ViewScan concealed weapons detection system is of particular importance as the product continues to make waves in the $100 billion security industry as a major improvement over the highly limited screening methods of the past. Using advanced magnetic sensors with on-board digital signal processing, VSYM’s innovative technology allows for faster screening by eliminating false positives associated with non-threat personal artifacts such as coins, keys and belt buckles.

The ViewScan system isn’t just quick; it’s reliable. The product has been designated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as a qualified anti-terrorism technology. This certification, which is exceptionally difficult to receive, has helped VSYM install its proprietary technology in a collection of high-profile venues – including Camp David (presidential retreat), The Clinton Foundation NYC, past Super Bowls and hundreds of other sites that are vital to national safety and security efforts.

In addition to the considerable marketability of its flagship product, VSYM’s financial standing makes it an incredibly interesting investment opportunity. The company currently has 300 million fully diluted shares outstanding with a $1.5 million market-cap, and its $20 million net operating loss will minimize its tax burden in the years to come. Also worthy of note is VSYM’s ongoing merger and acquisition engagement, which analysts expect to be completed in a short period of time.

Integration of a profitable merger partner should allow the company to quickly increase its distribution reach and financial strength, effectively enabling quicker penetration and more meaningful contractual agreements moving forward. Following the completion of a strategic merger, analysts anticipate ramped up demand for VSYM’s innovative concealed weapons detection system that could result in a strong revenue stream of $15-$20 million in 2016.

In conclusion, the company’s state-of-the-art technology, viable plan for growth and funding, established customer base and approval from the TSA give it immense market potential in the coming years. The Bull & Bear has set the current market value of VSYM at $0.10 per share, which is approximately 20 times the current share price. For prospective investors, this massive upside gives “this small and relatively unknown company the potential to be a ‘real’ wealth creator with limited downside risk.”

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Searching for Ideal Merger/Acquisition Partner to Increase Market Penetration of ViewScan Product

August 18, 2015

In an effort to expand upon the current market penetration of its ViewScan weapons detection system, View Systems, Inc. (OTC: VSYM) is in ongoing discussions with three firms regarding the potential of a future acquisition or merger. According to a recent press release, the company has received a letter of intent from multiple candidates, with the latest coming from a profitable, privately owned business with annual revenue of $7 million.

“We are actively reviewing [merger and acquisition] candidates and are working through careful due diligence with each company in consideration,” Gunther Than, chief executive officer of View Systems, stated in a news release. “Finding and moving forward with an M&A isn’t an exit from our current focus of operations, but rather a strategic path toward larger market penetration with our ViewScan product.”

The company’s management team has continued to highlight the importance of shareholder interest throughout its merger and acquisition discussions. Following thorough due diligence, it was decided that the previously announced merger with Potomac River Group LLC (PRG) would “take away from the impact… expected from an ideal merger/acquisition partner.”

“We are highly focused on acquiring or merging with someone to take ViewScan to [a] higher level, but we do so while keeping shareholder interest at the absolute forefront of our progression,” continued Than.

While View Systems continues to search for a partner, the company remains diligent in its efforts to increase shareholder value through the installation of its proprietary ViewScan systems. In June, the company highlighted this progress through a news release detailing recent installations in banks, police stations and schools throughout Michigan, Texas and California. This expanding national presence should give the company improved access to the massive global security industry, which has been one of the fastest-growing sectors of the global economy for nearly a decade. By leveraging the advantages that the ViewScan system boasts over ordinary metal detectors – including accelerated threat detection, reduced false positives and facial identification capabilities – View Systems is in a favorable strategic position to build on its recent growth moving forward.

For prospective investors, the diligence shown by the company’s management team is a promising indication of its strong market potential. Look for View Systems to continue leaning on this expertise in order to maximize shareholder value in the months to come. As the search for an ideal merger/acquisition partner continues, the overall marketability and expanding industry presence of the innovative ViewScan system should provide a platform for sustainable financial growth.

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View Systems Inc. (VSYM) – Adaptive to Changing Security Needs

July 15, 2015

View Systems operates in the security software and services industry. The Maryland-based technology company designs, develops, and sells computer software and hardware used in tandem with surveillance capabilities.

View Systems’ offerings range from weapons detection and access control equipment to risk mitigation devices. Its specific products and services include:

• ViewScan Concealed Weapons Detection System, a walk-through concealed weapons detector, which uses data sensing technology to identify the location, size and number of concealed weapons;

• ViewMaxx Digital Video System, a high-resolution, digital video recording, and real-time monitoring system;

• 3D facial recognition and identity management solutions;

• Training and service programs encompassing on-site consulting/planning with customer architect and engineers; installation and technical support; training and “train the trainer” programs; and extended service agreements.

View Systems provides security and surveillance products to law enforcement facilities such as correctional institutions as well as to government agencies, schools, courthouses, event and sports venues, the military and commercial businesses. The company’s products are also used by commercial security professionals and residential consumers wishing to monitor their assets and limit their liability. The DPS Police, for example, have already implemented View Systems’ machines in the Detroit Public School System.

Customers lucky enough to have implemented the ViewScan System are able to take advantage of many benefits:

• The system is completely passive.
• It is a computer-controlled digital system that requires no calibration ever.
• The removal of jewelry, shoes, etc. is not required with the system.
• ViewScan is ideal for locations requiring efficient, high-volume screening as quickly as possible.
• The system offers a video capture and archival option.
• The systems’ visual image makes secondary screening easy and quick, and allows for safe, remote operation.
• The portable ViewScan unit can be transported by air (it meets all airline requirements for checked baggage) and powered by a solo battery for up to 8 hours.
• The system requires little or no maintenance.
• The ViewScan system is extremely versatile and can be integrated with multiple devices and mechanisms.

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Hits Security Screening Market Sweet Spot with Safe & Rapid Walk-Through Weapon Detection System

July 10, 2015

A recent report published by MarketsandMarkets on the global security screening sector projects a CAGR of around 9.46% over the next five years, when the space will hit upwards of $9.1 billion, driven largely by demand from airport, private sector facility and public place security concerns looking to thwart criminal activity and the growing risk of terrorism. Homeland Security Research Corporation reported last year that globally, person-borne IED suicide attacks were 90 percent higher than in 2011, with over 3,500 fatalities. One of the most important segments in the overall space continues to be aviation security. Despite the historical dominance of the U.S. and EU markets in this area, demand from China and the Gulf states is rising rapidly and is seen as taking the lead in short order, with projections that these regions will comprise over 60 percent of the aviation security system and device markets by 2022.

Here in the U.S., where aviation security is addressed by the TSA’s $6 billion or more in annual taxpayer funding, as well as another $2 billion in air-carrier and passenger security fees, there has been considerable pushback from consumers regarding the latest forms of scanning technology that are used to detect weapons and other devices, in addition to pat downs, and the general inconvenience created by increased air travel security measures. Roughly two-thirds of the TSA’s massive budget goes directly to passenger and baggage screening and more than 85 percent of the agency’s personnel load is dedicated to airport screeners, making the demand for safe, effective and rapid detection systems that are easy to operate a growing concern that needs to be addressed by innovative approaches to how screening is executed in general.

The same security concerns which exist at airports are shared by corporations with large public facilities, event organizers in the commercial space, as well as by local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, which are often tasked with the immensely difficult job of providing security at events in public places. The need for comprehensive security screening technology from both public and private entities continues to grow year after year, with concerns over criminal activities and terrorism fueling the roll out of ever more advanced solutions at locations like banks, casinos, hotels and malls, as well as at government buildings, hospitals, and schools. However, safety and privacy risks associated with extant technologies, combined with the costs and the difficulty of setting up robust screening hardware and software solutions, especially at ad hoc public events, has continued to plague the sector.

Hence the attention being received of late by leading security technology solutions developer View Systems, Inc. (OTC: VSYM), whose safe, portable, inexpensive and easy-to-use ViewScan archway represents a lightweight, yet extremely robust solution for speedily detecting weapons and other metallic objects. While there are many competing products out there in this sector today, VSYM is one of the few publicly traded companies that also has the in-house engineering expertise needed to produce truly intuitive, state-of-the-art technological solutions to modern security problems, as well as the kind of client-oriented security consulting services required to deliver an ever-evolving, tailored approach to its customers.

The completely passive ViewScan walk-through weapon detection system finds any concealed ferromagnetic objects, including cell phones, guns and knives, using a sophisticated array of gradiometer sensors that actually measure fluctuations in the earth’s magnetic field as a person passes through. The array of sensors positioned within the archway of the ViewScan unit allows VSYM’s proprietary software to actively detect the presence of anomalies in the measured field gradient with significant accuracy, enabling operators to see, via the user interface, where exactly on an individual’s body the suspect object is located.

This ingenious design allows the ViewScan system to forego generating or emitting any form of harmful radiation whatsoever, making the system completely safe, especially for individuals with medical implants like pacemakers, or for pregnant women. ViewScan alleviates health concerns that exist with other technologies like millimeter-wavelength scanning, which uses tremendously high frequency terahertz radiation (T-rays), or backscatter systems which use X-rays. Moreover, no compromising imagery is captured, nor is the individual’s privacy violated, eliminating the persistent privacy concerns that have caused backlash against scanning systems like backscatter and millimeter-wavelength. While an extremely rigorous screening demand exists in the aviation security space, the ViewScan is perfect for creating a rapid pre-check screening architecture and is easily integrated with other systems like card readers, biometrics-based elements, and even sally port or sliding gate locking and unlocking mechanisms, such as those used at correctional facilities.

The computer-controlled and fully networked (via WAN or LAN, allowing for remote operation) ViewScan system never needs to be calibrated and can be operated by just about anyone after a minimal amount of training, yet ViewScan can still be easily transported and deployed with a minimal amount of effort, making the system ideal for events like concerts, or for use at stadiums. Simultaneously, the ViewScan system eliminates the need for individuals to remove shoes or other articles of clothing, as well as eliminating false-positive alarms for gold, silver and copper, which makes jewelry, watches and coins of little to no concern. This system enables rapid throughput of individuals and thus its use in high-volume, high-traffic applications is ideal. And while no compromising scan images of individuals are generated or stored, the system has an integrated video channel and comes ready out of the box to do complete image archiving and easy retrieval for analytical, documentation logging, or prosecutorial purposes.

VSYM has also developed additional technologies like its wearable or K-9 mounted VFR camera and transmitter solution, a Positive ID Verification System bundle for point of entry visitor vetting, and a sophisticated handheld metal detector known as the LAW. Such systems reinforce the company’s leadership position in the security technologies arena and form a solid backdrop to its flagship ViewScan detector.

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Capitalizing on Strong Performance of Security Services Industry

July 7, 2015

View Systems, an established security services provider, is continuing to increase its market share in the booming security industry through the development and commercialization of its groundbreaking ViewScan concealed weapons detection (CWD) system. In recent months, the company has made strides toward sustainable growth by targeting its marketing efforts in the direction of potentially expansive security opportunities – including schools, prisons, police stations, events and building lobbies seeking heightened and efficient security.

Unlike traditional CWD systems, the ViewScan platform accelerates the accurate detection of threat objects by eliminating many of the false positives associated with non-threatening personal artifacts, such as coins, keys and belt buckles. In June, View Systems built upon its industry-leading technology by initiating manufacturing efforts on an enhanced ViewScan product. This product update adds improved threat recognition and subject identification capabilities to allow for more comprehensive control of security screening processes.

“Our ViewScan weapon detection system boasts numerous advantages over ordinary metal detectors on the market,” Gunther Than, chief executive officer of View Systems, stated in a news release. “We’re excited about the momentum we have moving forward as more customers recognize the benefits of our system in providing efficient security measures for their facilities.”

By expanding its presence in the security industry, View Systems is opening the door for near limitless growth moving forward. As a manufacturer and distributor of products in the thriving contraband detection market, the company’s technology will likely remain in high demand as the global threats to governments and businesses create a sustainable need for improved screening capabilities. According to a report by IBISWorld, the security services market is currently valued at approximately $31 billion, and continued growth is expected in the years to come.

In the first quarter of 2015, the company demonstrated the immense market potential of its technology by realizing a significant increase in ViewScan product sales. For the period, the company recorded $46,900 in revenue attributed to ViewScan sales and installations, which was an increase of more than 40 percent over the first quarter of 2014. Look for View Systems to build on this progress in the months to come, providing an opportunity to maximize returns and promote increased shareholder value.

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Proprietary Scanning Systems Meeting High Demand for Modern Security Problems

July 1, 2015

View Systems designs, develops, and markets computer software and hardware associated with surveillance systems capabilities. The View Systems product line-up includes ViewScan Concealed Weapons Detection System which is best described as a walk-through concealed weapons detector leveraging data sensing technology to determine the location, size, and number of concealed weapons on a person or within their belongings. Also, VSYM sells 3D facial recognition and identify management solutions and ViewMaxx Digital Video System, a high-resolution, digital video recording, and monitoring system.

In addition, the company offers training and service programs involving on-site consulting with customer engineers, installation and technical support, training and train the trainer programs supported by extended service agreements. View Systems targets government and law enforcement agencies, private businesses, commercial security professionals and the residential market.

Among several other security systems offered by the company is its School Security Product offering – ViewScan. The system serves as a personnel screening device than can detect guns, knives, and other potential threat objects. The product does not require removal of jewelry or shoes during screening. Easy to operate, ViewScan is capable of scanning over four times faster than conventional airport screening systems. Each unit comes complete with a laptop loaded with View’s proprietary software. As a student or visitor passes through the portal, a photograph is taken by the integrated camera system and stored. Weapons and other threat objects are visually located on the computer screen which in turn sounds an alert. The graphical interface displays the detected object’s location on the image of the scanned person and facilitates standard and efficient secondary screening.

Customers benefit from the ability to customize Viewscan to align with their unique environment, and the unit can be integrated with card readers and biometrics. Each Viewscan weighs just shy of 65 pounds and all have portability features that make them easy to relocate to any venue where personnel screening is needed. Producing no harmful emissions, the system is 100% safe for pregnant women and people with pacemakers.

The company continues to conduct research to ensure its technologies evolve with the changing security environment. Leading this charge is a senior management team comprised of successful businessmen with decades of business and professional experience in the security industry. View Systems, Inc. was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Building on Proven Formula with Enhanced ViewScan System

June 24, 2015

View Systems is revolutionizing the security industry through the commercialization of its groundbreaking ViewScan system. The company’s proprietary technology uses advanced magnetic sensors with on-board digital processing capabilities to accurately and efficiently detect and locate threat objects. Unlike less advanced walk-through weapons detection systems, the ViewScan platform provides operators with access to specific threshold settings to alleviate the delays associated with false alarms due to non-threat objects – including keys, coins, jewelry and belt buckles.

“Our ViewScan weapon detection system boasts numerous advantages over ordinary metal detectors on the market,” Gunther Than, chief executive officer of View Systems, stated in a news release. “We’re excited about the momentum we have moving forward as more customers recognize the benefits of our system in providing efficient security measures for their facilities.”

Additional features that differentiate the ViewScan platform from the competition include flexible monitoring and archiving capabilities. From any workstation, the company’s proprietary platform allows for access to a host of information regarding scanned individuals – including snapshot images, date and time of scanning, threshold settings, sensor readings and graphical display data. This archiving capability is particularly useful for personnel and property protection, as well as evidence collection and criminal prosecution.

Earlier this month, View Systems took steps to improve upon its proven ViewScan system when it initiated manufacturing on an enhanced version of the platform. With this update, the revolutionary technology was upgraded through the addition of enhanced threat recognition and facial identification.

“The person is safely analyzed and potential threat objects are located and shown on live video,” John Sarman, chief engineer of View Systems, stated regarding the enhanced ViewScan system. “The complete system becomes a verification of an identified or sought for individual and whether that individual possesses a threat.”

In June, the company provided an update regarding the deployment of its weapons detection systems. Leveraging a strong network of representatives and dealers, View Systems is rapidly increasing its foothold in the market through continued adoption of the ViewScan system in banks, police stations and schools throughout the United States.

Within the last decade, the security industry has established its position as one of the fastest growing sectors of the global economy, accounting for nearly $100 billion in 2013, according to Statista. For View Systems, this consistent market performance should provide a formidable platform for continued growth moving forward.

For prospective investors, View Systems represents an opportunity to invest in a key player in one of the world’s fastest growing industries. The company’s continued market growth could open the door for sustainable returns in the years to come.

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Helping to Meet Growing Global Security Needs with Intelligent Walk-Through Scanning Systems

June 19, 2015

According to a report from MarketsandMarkets out in late 2014, the global security screening technology market is on track to hit upwards of $9.1 billion by 2020, growing at a CAGR of roughly 9.4 percent, as point of entry demand and the need to security screen at locations like airports, border checkpoints, railways, schools, sports stadiums, high-profile corporate sites, or government and private facilities like correctional institutions, continues to grow. Security threats ranging from the recent biker shootout in Waco, Texas, to drug trafficking on the southern border with Mexico, as well as the continued rise around the world from terrorism, have created an environment where the need for ubiquitous weapon detection screening systems is paramount. This is particularly true when such screening systems, in combination with other security measures, can provide defensive perimeter solutions that stop bad guys carrying threat objects such as knives, guns, and razor blades in their tracks, identifying and documenting the threat before any lives are lost.

Premier global provider of market intelligence and advisory services, International Data Corporation, foresees a similar degree of growth for the global security and vulnerability management (SVM) sector, with a 10.2% CAGR projection through 2018, citing a marked 9.7 percent increase from the roughly $4 billion in revenues generated during 2013, to roughly $4.4 billion last year. One of the more attractive players in this market is the firmly established and highly competent security services firm, View Systems (OTC: VSYM), which also develops both the proprietary hardware and software needed to realize their growing portfolio of threat detection and ISR (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) products, including their flagship walk-through CWD (concealed weapons detection) system, the ViewScan.

ViewScan is a robust and highly advanced gateway, full-body scanning platform that pairs up a high-fidelity, completely passive sensor array, with the PC-based software needed to execute extremely accurate threat object detection, actively discovering and alerting personnel to the presence of weapons like knives and guns, while eliminating false positives and filtering out every day personal items like coins, keys, jewelry, or belt buckles. Moreover, the system is completely safe for medical devices like pacemakers and yet the standard version of the unit weighs just 56 lbs (75 lbs total shipping weight), can be easily moved around for deployment at different entryways and even comes with an optional 4-hour battery backup capability that allows the system to be used almost anywhere. ViewScan can be set up in fifteen minutes using only a Phillips screwdriver, works with off the shelf computing systems and the company even makes a companion detector, the fully automatic and adjustable LAW Handheld Metal Detector, to help further ensure rapid screening throughput, minimal need for pat down inspections, and maximum operator safety.

A simplified yet powerful GUI (graphical user interface) for the company’s proprietary ViewScan software bundle allows even inexperienced operators to harness the rapid throughput capabilities this system can deliver. The ViewScan platform is designed to rapidly capture images (including those from optional additional cameras) and other important data, as well as print out such evidence, and the system seamlessly integrates with VSYM’s biometric fingerprint reader-enabled Positive ID Verification System as well. ViewScan presents users with an unmistakably simplified visual display indication of not only positive threat detection, but where on a person’s body the threat is located. The ViewScan even comes in a variety of formats, including a foldable Ultralite version so compact it can be checked on an airline flight, weighs only 23 lbs (45 lbs total shipping weight), and comes packed in its own SKB Corp. brand, high-quality molded polymer travel case.

The company’s Positive ID Verification System was specifically engineered to offer correctional, facilities, courthouses, office complexes, school sites and other secured locations the ability to quickly and accurately screen visitors and employees, and comes complete with an ID scanner and self-adhesive visitor badge with photo printer, in addition to the biometric fingerprint reader. Both of these systems are designed to document and record data, archiving images and logging processing activity information into a database that can be printed out as a daily or monthly report, complete with timestamps and relevant data on the individual, like name and ID or other identifying number(s). Similarly, the company’s first response remote video transmission system, Visual First Responder (VFR), a wearable video and infrared system designed to be carried on a belt or helmet and document or relay important video data, is capture-minded and allows users to fully document use, either for training purposes or subsequent legal action. Created to specifically address Law Enforcement, SWAT team, Fire Rescue team or HAZMAT team requirements, the rugged and compact body-worn camera with 5-mile transmitter based VFR platform, is ideal for handling a broad spectrum of roles. The VFR system feeds clear, steady, real-time and optionally encrypted video back to a viewing console, and can easily be mounted on even K-9 units.

The company recently announced that they are seeing continued traction and momentum build up in California, Michigan and Texas for their products, capitalizing on a sophisticated representative and dealer network that has been able to keep successfully landing new clients and installation contracts. ViewScan in particular is finding fast favor among clientele like event security organizers, educational institutions and law enforcement facilities, given the affordability and ease of implementation the system provides. The aggregate security industry is one of the fastest growing segments of the global economy over the last decade and with revenues currently in the neighborhood of $100 billion plus annually, there is considerable room for VSYM to grow on the strength of their revolutionary weapon detection systems and other ISR/SVM offerings.

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Begins Manufacturing Enhanced Concealed Weapons Detection System

June 16, 2015

View Systems has already made an impact in the security industry with its technologically advanced walk-through concealed weapons detection system, ViewScan. In a recent news release, however, the company announced that it had put the wheels into motion to build on the success of its proprietary platform by filing for patent protection and beginning early manufacturing efforts for an enhanced ViewScan product.

When released, the new ViewScan will address many of the issues that limit ordinary metal detectors, particularly in terms of the amount of time it takes to detect a threat, while maintaining all of the best features of the company’s current product. Using groundbreaking technology, the company’s new and improved system will provide clients with enhanced threat recognition and facial identification.

“The person is safely analyzed and potential threat objects are located and shown on live video,” John Sarman, chief engineer of View Systems, stated in a news release. “The instant video feed can be coupled with facial identification methods. The complete system becomes a verification of an identified or sought for individual and whether that individual possesses a threat.”

In recent years, the security industry has established a presence among the fastest-growing sectors of the global economy. According to a report by Security Magazine, the U.S. security industry is currently a $350 billion market, with approximately 80 percent of total spending being completed in the private sector. Through its established presence within the thriving industry, View Systems has a formidable platform to realize enhanced returns in the future.

In May, View Systems continued to expand its presence in the industry through a partnership with Xecutive Security Investigations Group, which gave the company improved access to a broad range of potential clients, including Maryland state and local governments. Earlier this month, the company reaffirmed its commitment to growth through the announcement of continued deployment at banks, police stations and additional schools throughout Michigan, Texas and California.

“We’re excited about the momentum we have moving forward as more customers recognize the benefits of our system in providing efficient security measures for their facilities,” stated Gunther Than, chief executive officer of View Systems.

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Weapon Detection Solutions Serve Wide Range of Security Needs

June 12, 2015

Baltimore, Maryland-based View Systems (OTC: VSYM) provides state-of-the-art security technology products for the growing $100 billion a year security industry. The company’s solutions are applicable for a wide range of entities in need of security solutions, including correctional institutions, government agencies, schools, courthouses, event and sports venues, the military and commercial businesses.

ViewScan, the company’s flagship product, is an advanced walk-through Concealed Weapons Detection System (CWD) that utilizes highly sensitive, completely passive sensor technology that drastically simplifies the process of discriminating suspicious items from harmless ones. The technology accurately detects the location and number of threat objects such as knives, guns and razor blades while ignoring personal artifacts like coins, keys and belt buckles.

While highly accurate, the system does not emit electro-magnetic fields, radiation, millimeter waves or X-rays, which means it’s safe for pacemakers, implants and pregnant women. In addition, ViewScan has been designated by the U.S Department of Homeland Security as a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology (QATT).

Due to a high demand from the correctional industry, View Systems added the LAW Handheld Metal Detector to its Weapon Detection Devices product line. The company’s NEW Law is a high-sensitivity metal detector that features rapid speed and high definition technology that makes it highly complementary to the ViewScan.

View Systems’ first response remote video transmission system is utilized in areas where hazardous materials have been exposed. The solution is small enough to be worn on a belt, helmet or vest, and it transmits conventional video or infrared imagery to the command post, making it ideal for law enforcement SWAT teams, fire rescue units and HAZMAT team operations.

The company is constantly conducting research and development to ensure its technologies evolve with the changing security environment. Leading this charge is a senior management team is comprised of successful businessmen with decades of business and professional experience in the security industry.

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Offers Solution during TSA Woes

June 8, 2015

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) didn’t just get a bad score when undercover federal investigators tested the integrity of our nation’s airline security; the agency bombed it (pun intended). According to a critical Inspector General’s report, undercover investigators toting illegal weapons or simulated bombs were able to penetrate security checkpoints an astounding 95% of the time.

The acting head of the TSA, Melvin Carraway, has since been removed from his post and was reassigned to the Office of State Local Law Enforcement at the Department of Homeland Security headquarters. While the TSA and Homeland Security work to identify the weak links in aviation security, they’re finding out what View Systems, Inc. (OTC: VSYM) has known all along: weapons detection technology is in dire need of an overhaul.

View Systems is a Baltimore, Maryland-based security technology products company well ahead of the game. The company’s flagship product, ViewScan, is an advanced walk-through Concealed Weapons Detection System (CWD) that greatly simplifies the process of discriminating suspicious items from harmless ones.

While TSA practices made us all feel a bit safer traveling after the 9/1l attacks, we’ve all grown irritable at the long airport lines, which the recent report insinuates are largely a bust. You remove your belt, shoes, jewelry and anything else that might raise an alarm. When you walk through the X-ray scanners, something as innocuous as a $5 bill in your back pocket warrants a hands-on frisk. If you’re among the pacemaker, pregnant or hip replacement bunch, you’ll get a frisk anyway. This slows down the line, requires extra manpower, and jumbles the entire security process.

According to Homeland Security Research Corp.’s People Screening Technologies and Global Markets 2012-2016 report, the main concepts of future checkpoints will focus on strengthening the security process by:

• Focusing resources where risk is greatest
• Supporting this risk-based approach by integrating passenger information into the checkpoint process
• Maximizing throughput for the vast majority of travelers who are deemed to be low-risk with no compromise on security levels

With ViewScan, View Systems is already aligned with the future’s security needs and is on track to become a leading weapons detection security company. The highly sensitive, completely passive sensor technology powering the ViewScan system accurately detects the location and number of threat objects such as knives, guns and razor blades while ignoring personal artifacts like coins, keys and belt buckles. Furthermore, it’s safe for people with pacemakers, pregnant women and those with replacements.

The average hourly throughput at an airport – meaning the number of people corralled through security in an hour – is estimated at 220 per hour. By accurately and quickly determining between weapon and personal belonging, ViewScan has the potential to nearly quadruple this throughput at 900 people per hour.

Airport security is just a fraction of our nation’s security market and represents only a small degree of View System’s applicability to the broader security industry. The company’s technological solutions also target modern security problems of law enforcement facilities such as correctional institutions and other government agencies, schools, courthouses, event and sports venues, the military and commercial businesses.

While View Systems has no direct competitors, its technologies are complementary to several billion-dollar people screening vendors, including Analog Corp. (NASDAQ: ALOG), which in addition to making medical imaging devices manufactures advanced explosive detection equipment used to screen checked baggage and checkpoint carry-ons specifically for the aviation industry. OSI System’s (NASDAQ: OSIS) Rapiscan Systems subsidiary offers a range of event security and people screening solutions for a wide variety of applications.

In an age of ever-increasing and always evolving threats, experts say that within the last decade, the security industry has been the fastest-growing sector of the global economy. Today, it is conservatively estimated to be a $100 billion-a-year industry and growing. As the business environment continues to get more complex, especially in foreign markets, View Systems is among industry-leading companies strategically positioned to capitalize on unsurpassed opportunity and fill aviation and other security gaps.

For more information, visit www.viewsystems.com

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Continues Nationwide Installation of its Weapons Detection Technology

June 2, 2015

View Systems, a manufacturer of weapon detection identification systems, video management platforms and tele-data communication networks, today says it continues to install its integrated, non-invasive weapons detection systems at banks, police stations and additional schools in Michigan, Texas and California.

The company leverages a network of representatives and dealers to expand its customer base and installation of its products in widely distributed states. Its ViewScan product, in particular, is gaining popularity among schools, prisons, police stations, events and building lobbies seeking heightened and efficient security.

“Our ViewScan weapon detection system boasts numerous advantageous over ordinary metal detectors on the market,” View Systems Chief Executive Officer Gunther Than stated in the news release. “We’re excited about the momentum we have moving forward as more customers recognize the benefits of our system in providing efficient security measures for their facilities.”

ViewScan is an advanced walk-through Concealed Weapons Detection System (CWD) powered by highly sensitive, completely passive sensor technology that accurately detects the location and number of threat objects such as knives, guns and razor blades while ignoring personal artifacts like coins, keys and belt buckles. This unique ability accelerates throughput while reducing false positives.

Experts say that within the last 10 years the security industry has performed as one of the fastest-growing sectors of the global economy, conservatively estimated as a $100 billion-a-year industry. View Systems says it plans to continue to expand the installation of its revolutionary weapons detection system to better serve the demands of this growing market.

For more information, visit www.viewsystems.com

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Engages QualityStocks Investor Relations Services

May 27, 2015

View Systems, a Baltimore manufacturer and leading provider of integrated weapons detection systems, announces that it has engaged the investor relations services of QualityStocks. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, QualityStocks has assisted more than 300 public companies with their efforts to broaden influence, attract growth capital and improve shareholder value.

“Efficient communication is a highly valued component of our business model in terms of how we relate to existing and potential shareholders,” stated View Systems’ CEO Gunther Than. “As we continue to evolve the View Systems’ brand, we aim to elevate our current communication initiatives to raise visibility of our brand and make sure investors are up-to-date with our operations, potential and achievements.”

QualityStocks will use its vast network of partners, daily and weekly newsletters, social media channels, blog and other outreach tools to enhance View Systems’ visibility and market recognition while creating a new dimension of communication and transparency between the Company and the investment community.

“View Systems is focused on expanding its technology and services to become a leading player in the $100 billion-a-year global security industry,” stated QualityStocks Managing Director Michael McCarthy. “Never before has global security been more important, and we’re excited to partner with an innovative security solutions provider like View Systems. Our goal is to make sure the investment community recognizes View Systems as a competitive and high-potential industry player.”

For more information, visit www.viewsystems.com

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) Continues to Expand Presence in Growing Global Security Industry

May 26, 2015

Established in 1998, View Systems, Inc. serves one of the fastest-growing sectors of the global economy: the security industry. The company manufactures computer software and hardware used for threat detection and surveillance applications, giving it access to an estimated $100 billion per year industry. According to an analysis of global threats to government and businesses, this puts View Systems in a strong strategic position to maintain its presence in the global market for the foreseeable future.

The company’s primary product offering, ViewScan, is a proven improvement on traditional Concealed Weapons Detection Systems (CWD). Using a PC-based software display, the system identifies the location and number of threat items, such as knives, guns and razor blades, while ignoring innocuous personal artifacts like coins, keys and belt buckles. By avoiding electro-magnetic fields, radiation, millimeter waves or x-rays, ViewScan provides completely passive security scanning that’s safe for use with pacemakers, implants and during pregnancy.

ViewScan is an ideal solution for venues requiring efficient, high-volume screening because it doesn’t require the removal of jewelry, shoes or personal effects. In addition, the system’s visual interface, which displays the exact location of potentially harmful objects, makes secondary screening quick and easy for security personnel. According to the company’s research, the ViewScan system can scan up to 1,200 persons per hour, representing a significant improvement over traditional electromagnetic induction scanners.

The ViewScan system is currently in use in a variety of vital market segments – including correctional facilities, judicial facilities, probation offices and federal facilities – in states around the country. Using a combination of exclusive technology licensing agreements and continued development and refinement of its product lines, View Systems has established itself as a major player in the expanding security industry. In April, the company continued on this trend by filing for a patent on its newly enhanced ViewScan platform.

The company’s product line appears to place View Systems in a strong position for continued growth moving forward. With a recorded 5.7 percent of public schools implementing CWDs for enhanced security during the 2011 school year, according to the Institute of Education Sciences, it’s clear that View Systems will have ample opportunity for further expansion into a variety of vital market segments. Look for further refinement of its product line and penetration of new industry sectors to set the stage for substantial opportunity for this promising company in the years to come.

For more information, visit www.viewsystems.com

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) is “One to Watch”

May 18, 2015

View Systems is a leading security technology products company with “state-of-the-art” technological solutions for modern security problems. Targeting the challenging business opportunities in the opening decades of the 21st century and beyond, View Systems has solutions for law enforcement facilities such as correctional institutions as well as other government agencies, schools, courthouses, event and sports venues, the military and commercial businesses.

The senior management team is comprised of successful businessmen with decades of business and professional experience in the security industry. The approach used by View Systems utilizes the expertise of this team to provide innovative solutions to security problems with reliable “cutting edge” products in conjunction with client-oriented security consulting services.

The company’s flagship product, ViewScan, is an advanced walk-through Concealed Weapons Detection System (CWD) that greatly simplifies the process of discriminating suspicious items from harmless ones. The highly sensitive, completely passive sensor technology powering the system accurately detects the location and number of threat objects such as knives, guns and razor blades while ignoring personal artifacts like coins, keys and belt buckles. A portable version of this system has only a fifteen minute setup time using only a screwdriver and it easily fits inside a golf size case.

Experts say the security industry has been the fastest-growing sector of the global economy during the past decade. Today, it is conservatively estimated to be a $100 billion-a-year industry and growing. As the business environment continues to get more complex, especially in foreign markets, View Systems is strategically positioned to capitalize on unsurpassed opportunity.

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