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DRI receives more than $3M in orders

Posted on March 2, 2009

DRI Corp. (DRI), a digital communications technology provider for the domestic and international surface transportation and transit security markets, announced that its U.S. subsidiaries have received orders for Digital Recorders engineered systems and TwinVision electronic information display systems (EIDS), respectively, with a combined value of more than $3 million.

"Our Digital Recorders Inc. subsidiary has received orders for Digital Recorders engineered systems from several customers, the combined value of which is in excess of $2.3 million,” said David L. Turney, DRI’s chairman, president and CEO. “In addition, our TwinVision na Inc. subsidiary has received more than $900,000 in additional orders for its latest EIDS technology, the TwinVision Smart Series. We believe these new EIDS products have been well accepted by our customers since the May 2008 product launch."

Product delivery is expected to commence the first quarter 2009 and conclude the third quarter 2009.

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