CellPoint Delivers Key Components For Location Data and Roaming

CellPoint Delivers Key Components For Location Data and Roaming London, February 16-- CellPoint (Nasdaq: CLPT) announces two new location system components to serve local and roaming mobile users. ExPos is a positioning component that returns geographic coordinates and lies at the heart of the Mobile Location System enabling enhanced cell-based positioning accuracy. ExView enables on-screen viewing to validate cell center, antenna coverage, Rx power levels and other location-specific data in both home and roamed-to networks. "ExPos and ExView are designed to help network operators calculate location information and tune input data during installation and service usage to give realistic, high-quality positioning results," said Lars Persson, CEO of CellPoint Systems . "They are fully integrated in the CellPoint Mobile Location System for cell-identity network and SIM Toolkit location, and can be scaled to support location for all subscribers in any GSM network. ExView quite literally opens a 'window' on network location data." ExPos supports location calculation for four different location technologies: Cell-Identity Network Location; SIM Toolkit; Location; WAP 1.2 Location and Dedicated Terminals. ExPos also gives operators the ability to query other ExPos systems in partner networks, so the position of an operator's roaming subscribers can be calculated in the roamed-to network. This feature greatly simplifies the task of location data management by ensuring that the Mobile Location System and application systems require only the network data that is pertinent to the home network be applied to the attached ExPos position calculation system. ExView is a powerful software tool that allows the visualization of data stored in the ExPos master database. Information extracted from the master database is processed and overlaid on maps for on-screen viewing. The data inputs can then be tuned for optimal accuracy within the network, both during implementation and service usage. ExPos and ExView are available for CellPoint's new Mobile Location System MLS 5.0 and Resource Manager, a commercial application for mobile workforce management. ExPos runs on both both Sun Solaristm and Windows 2000® Advanced Server platforms and ExView runs on Microsoft Windows®. CellPoint Inc. (Nasdaq: CLPT, www.cellpt.com) is a US company with subsidiary operations in Sweden, Great Britain and South Africa delivering location and wireless telemetry services in cooperation with cellular operators worldwide. CellPoint's end-to-end cellular location technology offers a high-capacity solution for unmodified GSM networks and uses standard GSM or WAP phones and standard Internet services. Several commercial applications are available for business and personal location services including Resource Manager for mobile resource management, iMate for location-sensitive information and Finder, an application for locating friends and family. Subsidiary Unwire's programmable telemetry terminal servers are also integrated with the CellPoint System Platform enabling a broad range of telemetry applications for wireless remote management and control. For information, please contact: CellPoint Systems.: Dr. Paul Martlew, tel: +44 (0)1932 895 310 E-mail: info@cellpt.com Web site: www.cellpoint.com CellPointtm, Finder, Resource Manager, iMate and CellPoint Systemstm are trademarks of CellPoint Inc. Forward-looking statements in this release are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those projected in any forward-looking statement. Investors are cautioned that such forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainties which may cause actual results to differ from those described. Copyright © CellPoint Inc. 2001 ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by BIT http://www.bit.se The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/02/16/20010216BIT00870/bit0002.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/02/16/20010216BIT00870/bit0002.pdf