NOVA Electric Immobilization Devices, PLC Announces Purchasing Assets of MAS Security Solutions

NOVA Electric Immobilization Devices, PLC Announces Purchasing Assets of MAS
Security Solutions

NOVA Purchases All Assets of MAS Security Systems on December 27, 2012

DESTIN, Fla., Feb. 21, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via PRWEB - NOVA Electric
Immobilization Devices, PLC, a UK Company, announced the purchase of all
assets of MAS Security Systems on December 27, 2012. NOVA delayed the
announcement until completing the changing of officers and directors. George
Brown is the CEO and President of the new entity, NOVA Security Group, Inc.
(formerly, NOVA Technologies EID, Inc.), a subsidiary of NOVA Electric
Immobilization Devices PLC. (See Nova on

NOVA conveyed 19,200,000 restricted common shares for MAS assets and agreed to
assume some of the liabilities under certain, not yet disclosed, terms and
conditions. Aatif Rahman is the Chief Operating Officer of the Company and a
Board Member. MAS has three votes on the Board of Directors of both Companies,
and the Parent Company controls three votes on the Board.

Nova has developed a five-shot automatic stun gun which will compete with
other major manufactures of stun devices, and is expected to be available for
delivery to law enforcement agencies early in the second quarter of this year.
The "Five Shot," is referred to as the SP-5 (Stun Pistol 5-shot), operates
differently compared to the competition; it is loaded with a "magazine,"
similar to an automatic, with a different design on the projectiles. Brown,
CEO of NOVA's USA operations explains, "It is like the difference between a
muzzle-loaded rifle and an automatic when comparing our competitor's stun-gun
to Nova's SP-5."

MAS has conveyed ownership of contracts with many correction facilities and
law enforcement agencies using its security screening systems. Brown projects
the Company will reach close to $8 million in gross sales this year, which he
believes to be a conservative number. Brown and Aatif plan to take NOVA
Security Group in several directions, including servicing and training.

Dr. John McDermit (PhD Engineering Science), will remain as the CEO of NOVA
Electric Immobilization Devices PLC, the "Parent Company," and Dave Jones will
stay on as the Executive Vice President. Both men will serve on the Board of
Directors of each Company.

In a separate statement, Dr. McDermit stated, "We are extremely optimistic
about our future, especially with the direction of our stock which is
currently trading on the Berlin Exchange. We now have coverage listed on the
S&P, and we hope that we will soon be trading on the "Pinks." We also and plan
to take the Company to the next level of quotation on the German exchange."

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