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May 1, 2012 - Boca Raton, FL

ERUDITE AIRBORNE FIRE AND WATER SYSTEM NOW AVAILABLE

Troop Replenishment and Disaster Relief


May 1, 2012 (Boca Raton, FL) - Erudite Inc, today announces the general availability of its revolutionary Erudite Airborne Fire and Water System (EAFW), 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 drinking water, and 200 hours of controlled fire materials with fire starters. The EAFW 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 extremely pleased with the final packaging, and the early response from war fighters has been gratifying," 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 Col.(Ret) Jim Brundage, USA, Erudite's Director of Government Relations and Product Support. "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