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Press Release

March 7th, 2004

NEW YORK - Zetek Corporation has developed a comprehensive program for the New York State Theater at Lincoln Center, to address the issues of life safety, security and communications.

The New York State Theater, designed by Philip Johnson and built in 1964, is the home of the New York City Ballet and New York City Opera. It is a traditional proscenium theater, with a seating capacity of 2,755.

Zetek converted the theater's original construction drawings to CAD (Computer-Assisted Design) files and then updated them to reflect the structure's present condition. The company's designs take into account detection of problems, movement of people, actions required during an emergency, placement and installation of systems to facilitate those activities, and training of building personnel to interact effectively with these systems in a crisis.

The implementation of Zetek's New York State Theater program is currently underway, and Zetek professionals are working closely with theater management and operations staff. When it is completely installed, the systems will include the following elements:

Contact Information
Bertrand Dorfman
(212) 688-1485
bdorfman@zetek.com

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