Nir-Or Will Provide Control and Display Units for $450,000 in a

Refurbishing Project for the Israeli Ministry of Defense 
  JERICHO, New York, September 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Voice Diary,
Inc. (OTCBB: VDYI) announced today that Nir-Or Israel Ltd. ("Nir-Or"), with
whom VDYI signed a letter of intent regarding the acquisition of the business
of Nir-Or by VDYI, was selected by RADA Electronic Industries Ltd (NASDAQ:
RADIF) to develop and manufacture the Control and Display unit (CDU) in a
modern avionic system for a trainer jet aircraft to be supplied by RADA to
the Israeli Ministry of Defense in a refurbishing project. The order is for
$450,000 and is to be completed during 2005. 
The CDU to be supplied by Nir-Or includes a custom designed display unit
for use by the pilot or instructor of the aircraft. It includes a rugged
computer and will provide display of vital parameters necessary for flight
control arriving from different sources and in different protocols. 
The order, which is one of several orders for Nir-Or's CDUs, demonstrates
the confidence that Israeli aerospace and defense companies have in Nir-Or
and its capabilities to develop and deliver airborne CDUs. 
"We are proud to have been selected by RADA for this important project"
said Nathan Tarter, President of Nir-Or, "RADA chose Nir-Or because of our
demonstrated ability to provide display systems for aircrafts, as well as
naval vessels, tanks and other platforms. Only a few companies around the
world have this ability". 
"We, at RADA, consider Nir-Or to be one of our partners for quality CDUs
for our avionics systems and are happy to work together on this important
program" said Zvika Alon, RADA's VP Business Development. 
Nir-Or is an Israeli aerospace and defense company, founded in 1986. The
main product lines of Nir-Or include: 
- Display systems for airborne, naval, and land platforms, for command
and control applications in harsh conditions. The displays are for day (full
sunlight) and night operations, and they are able to display a variety of
data simultaneously, including instruments readings, navigation maps, PC
information, and video. Some displays include Nir-Or proprietary digital
recorders. The displays are LCD displays and range from 6" to 28" in size. 
- Control systems for mechanical and optical systems such as a tank
gearbox, a tank ammunition system, firing and target acquisition systems,
surveillance systems, fuel systems and many others. A recent application was
for a firing control system for patrol boats that guard major sea sports
events against terrorists. 
Over the years Nir-Or has developed over 250 systems for its customers.
Visit www.nir-or.com for more information. 
Recent developments 
Recently VDYI announced that it had received from Natali (the company for
emergency medical services in Israel) Ltd. ("Natali") an order to supply to
Natali 10,000 units of a 12-lead EKG device embedded in a cellular phone, the
CardioGSM. The total order is worth $3,000,000. Natali has the right to
reduce the order to $750,000, or 2,500 units, and under certain circumstances
has the right to cancel it. Full development of the product will require that
VDYI raise additional capital. There can be no guarantee that VDYI will be
successful in raising the required additional capital. 
The CardioGSM will allow for self-administered EKG measurements guided by
voice instructions. The results will be automatically communicated to an
emergency center for doctor evaluation, while the patient is online. To
obtain access to the technology necessary to develop the CardioGSM, VDYI
recently purchased U.S. Patent No. 5724025 and EU Patent Application No.
97102255.3 covering claims regarding a portable vital-signs monitor. The
market for the CardioGSM is estimated by VDYI to be over US$2 billion. Based
on development of the CardioGSM, VDYI intends to develop the VoicePilot, a
cellular phone with an integrated voice PDA. The product is designed for the
visually impaired, a market that VDYI knows well-since 1997 it has marketed a
voice PDA for the visually impaired. VDYI estimates that the market for the
VoicePilot is worth US$400 million. 
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SOURCE  Voice Diary Inc 
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/CONTACT:  Arik Hinkis, Voice Diary, Inc., Telephone: +1-516-939-0400,
e-mail: info@voicediary.com/ 
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