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US Air Force Updates EAC 40/80 ATTLA Certification
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US Marine Corps Orders Erudite Airborne Fire And Water System (EFWS)
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JSOC Completes Evaluation Of EAC 40/80 Systems
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US Air Force Notifies Erudite Of Air Transportability Test Loading Activity (ATTLA) Certification
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April 25, 2013 - Boca Raton, FL

US AIR FORCE UPDATES EAC 40/80 ATTLA CERTIFICATION

EAC 40/80 Systems Stackability Approved

25 April, 2013 (Boca Raton, FL) - Erudite Inc, today announces receipt of a revised ATTLA certification for its EAC 40/80 containers. The revision approves the EAC to travel in a "stacked mode" aboard DoD cargo aircraft, within weight limitations.

The Department of the Air Force has tasked the Air Transportability Test Loading Activity (ATTLA) with evaluating containers and other items proposed for use in shipping cargo aboard US military cargo aircraft. Standards are strict, and testing is required to ensure that new equipment does not compromise the safety of cargo, equipment, personnel, and aircraft involved in cargo transportation.

"We are extremely pleased with ATTLA's decision to extend the EAC 40/80 certification to include stack ability," said Bob Mooney, Erudite CEO. "The EAC is the first air cargo container approved for use in stacked configuration."

"Some cargo aircraft have as much as 40% empty space above the cargo deck," stated Major General (ret.) Erika Steuterman, V.P. Government Affairs. "The ability to stack cargo containers can save sorties and increase fuel efficiency in an economy where every dollar counts."

EAC 40/80 systems are available for immediate order.

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Erudite Inc. is a privately held company based in Boca Raton, FL, focused in the global cargo security and logistics market.

For more information, contact Bob Mooney at (561) 789-9303 or bob.mooney@erudite.net


April 12, 2013 - Boca Raton, FL

US MARINE CORPS ORDERS ERUDITE AIRBORNE FIRE AND WATER SYSTEM (EFWS)

EFWS Scheduled for Field Testing and Use

April 12, 2013 (Boca Raton, FL) - Erudite Inc, today announces that the US Marine Corps has placed an order for its revolutionary Erudite Airborne Fire and Water System (EFWS), a new method of delivering drinking water and flammable material for cooking and heating to deployed troops and remote disaster relief sites.

Each air-droppable unit contains 150 bottles of 20 oz. of drinking water, and 200 hours of controlled fire materials with fire starters. The EFWS delivery system can also contain MREs, medical supplies, or other emergency / replenishment goods. An air-drop system containing two units may be dropped from any altitude via GPS-guided precision parachute or traditional parachute. The GPS unit can also send location information to assist ground troops and rescue workers in locating the units. Single units may also be dropped without a parachute at altitudes up to 40 feet without damage to the unit upon landing.

"We are eager to receive feedback from the US Marine Corps when they have tested the EFWS," said Bob Mooney, Erudite CEO. "To be able to land replenishments within a few meters of the target zone improves troop safety, and minimizes the chance that supplies will fall into the wrong hands. "

"The Red Cross, FEMA, the National Guard, and other disaster relief agencies now have a powerful tool for delivering fresh drinking water and fire materials to people who have been stranded by flood, fire, earthquake, and wind storms who were previously unreachable," stated Major General (ret.) Charlie Fletcher, Board Member for Erudite. "Air-dropping fresh water and fire materials within hours after a disaster can make the difference between life and death for those who are cut off from access by relief vehicles."

EAFW units are palletized for immediate usage. Units weigh 271 lbs, and measure 42.5" x 28.25" x 26.25"). Price is FOB, with approximate delivery 4 weeks after order.

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Erudite Inc. is a privately held company based in Boca Raton, FL, focused in the global cargo security and logistics market.

For more information, contact Bob Mooney at (561) 789-9303 or bob.mooney@erudite.net


April 2, 2013 - Boca Raton, FL

JSOC COMPLETES EVALUATION OF EAC 40/80 SYSTEMS

In-theater Testing Validates Design

April 2, 2013 (Boca Raton, FL) - Erudite Inc, today announces receipt of the results of EAC 40/80 system testing conducted in-theater by the US Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC).

Each EAC contains a number of features that were gathered in interviews and demonstrations conducted over a three year period with various commands of the US military including: all-modal shipment, global communications, modularity, security, real-time inventory control, and the ability to rapidly assemble or knock-down the modular container.

"JSOC's feedback was a validation of nearly six years of effort by a team of talented people," said Bob Mooney, Erudite CEO. "We listen very carefully to every criticism, suggestion, and idea from our customers. We truly believe that the EAC 40/80 represents the answer to an unmet need, and the test results are proof that we are on the right track. "

"Testing verified that logistics staff can assemble or disassemble the EAC in under seven minutes," stated Major General (ret.) Charlie Fletcher, Erudite Director. "This gives the customer an unprecedented ability to replace damaged panels in the field. Competitive systems are often taken out of use for repairs for weeks or even months. The EAC represents a better value for the dollar."

EAC 40/80 systems are available for immediate order.

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Erudite Inc. is a privately held company based in Boca Raton, FL, focused in the global cargo security and logistics market.

For more information, contact Bob Mooney at (561) 789-9303 or bob.mooney@erudite.net


February 14, 2013 - Boca Raton, FL

US AIR FORCE NOTIFIES ERUDITE OF AIR TRANSPORTABILITY TEST LOADING ACTIVITY (ATTLA) CERTIFICATION

EAC 40/80 Systems Approved for Air Transport

14 February, 2013 (Boca Raton, FL) - Erudite Inc, today announces receipt of ATTLA certification for its EAC 40/80 containers.

The Department of the Air Force has tasked the Air Transportability Test Loading Activity (ATTLA) with evaluating containers and other items proposed for use in shipping cargo aboard US military cargo aircraft. Standards are strict, and testing is required to ensure that new equipment does not compromise the safety of cargo, equipment, personnel, and aircraft involved in cargo transportation.

"We are extremely pleased with ATTLA's decision to certify the EAC 40/80," said Bob Mooney, Erudite CEO. "Our engineers worked diligently to make the right tradeoffs between weight and strength in the EAC design. "

"As a commander of an Air Transport wing, I can assure you that ATTLA certification is important," stated Major General (ret.) Joseph K. Simeone, vice president Operations. "This gives logistics officers, load masters, and pilots the confidence that cargo shipped in the EAC will be safe in handling and transport."

EAC 40/80 systems are available for immediate order.

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Erudite Inc. is a privately held company based in Boca Raton, FL, focused in the global cargo security and logistics market.

For more information, contact Bob Mooney at (561) 789-9303 or bob.mooney@erudite.net


December 10, 2012 - Boca Raton, FL

ERUDITE DELIVERS EAC 40/80 SYSTEMS TO JOINT SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND

Real-time, in-Theater Testing Scheduled

December 10, 2012 (Boca Raton, FL) - Erudite Inc, today announces the delivery of production units of its breakthrough cargo systems, the EAC 40/80, to the US Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). The EAC 40/80 represents a new generation in cargo security for use by military and commercial shippers.

The Erudite All-modal Cargo Security System (EAC) is available in 40" tall and 80" tall models. Each EAC features global tracking and in-transit visibility, advanced digital security, on-board perpetual inventory management, and secure communications. The EAC is modular, and can be quickly disassembled into a "knock-down" configuration to conserve space for transport when empty.

"We are extremely pleased with this order from JSOC, as well as their commitment to thoroughly test the EAC in-theater" said Bob Mooney, Erudite CEO. "This is a step forward to give our war fighters the advanced cargo security systems that they need to ensure that vital cargo arrives intact anywhere in the world. "

"Commercial shippers of high-value cargo and disaster relief agencies, including the Red Cross, FEMA, the National Guard can also benefit from the EAC's features," stated Major General (ret.) Joseph K. Simeone, vice president Operations. "This is the first secure cargo system that is configured for Air, Land, and Ocean transport that is also globally traceable. The ability to pre-load and pre-position vital cargo for all-modal shipment enables a degree of rapid response never before available."

EAC 40/80 systems are available for immediate order.

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Erudite Inc. is a privately held company based in Boca Raton, FL, focused in the global cargo security and logistics market.

For more information, contact Bob Mooney at (561) 789-9303 or bob.mooney@erudite.net