Sciax Announces New Wolf Pack Search Pole Design in Partnership with Eomax

Toronto, CANADA

BAY CITY, Mich. and TORONTO, Oct. 18, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Sciax Corp. (Pink Sheets:SCXC) and Eomax Corp. have announced today that Eomax has completed design work on new folding, extendible search poles for the Wolf Pack(tm) system. These new poles are the first example of the R&D and design partnership created between Eomax and Sciax in late July of this year.

Sciax will use design information and engineering drawings supplied by Eomax to begin manufacturing plans for the new poles. "This new pole design adds functionality and further ergonomic advantage to the Wolf Pack system and we are looking forward to beginning production," stated Ralph Manore, Vice President of Operations for Sciax. "The Eomax team have created a new product that cleverly addresses ergonomic and application issues allowing Sciax to introduce a capability that is currently not available in the marketplace," added Mr. Manore. The launch customer for the 8.5m version of the new Eomax pole design is the French Customs Department who have ordered several Wolf Pack systems from Sciax.

The Wolf Pack(tm) is a highly modularized opto-electronic remote viewing system used by law enforcement and military personnel. The reconfigurable, multi-operational design of Wolf Pack(tm) makes the system ideal for many applications in physical security, drug and contraband interdiction, tactical response and protective security. Wolf Pack(tm) electronics and optical components are built to high standards of durability, allowing successful deployment in harsh conditions that would prohibit the use of many conventional imaging systems.

About Sciax

Sciax is an emerging leader in defense imaging systems for law enforcement and military personnel engaged in counter-terrorism and other special security operations. Sciax America Inc. and Sciax Technology Inc. are wholly owned subsidiaries of Sciax Corp. (Pink Sheets:SCXC).

Wolf Pack(tm), the company's tactical remote viewing system, is manufactured under license from Eomax Corp., and is used by law enforcement and military organizations in North America and Europe. Customers include, military and law enforcement agencies of the US and German Governments, contraband interdiction units of Canada Customs, and LAPD-SWAT.

This release contains forward-looking statements with respect to the results of operations and business of Sciax Technology Inc., and Sciax America Inc. which involves risks and uncertainties. The Company's actual future results could materially differ from those discussed. Risks and uncertainties of the Company will be detailed from time to time in the Company's periodic reports. The company intends that such statements about the Company's future expectations, including future revenues and enforcement and defense imaging system earnings, and all other forward looking statements be subject to the "safe harbors" provision of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.


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