First Capital Intl. to Demo Surveillance Tech

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire) -- First Capital International, Inc. (OTCBB: FCPN), a value-added security integrator, will demonstrate along with FLIR Systems, Inc., a thermal imaging surveillance system at the MLS All-Star game at the Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX from July 26, 2010 through July 31, 2010. This is a proof of concept demonstration of surveillance technologies not limited to traditional CCTV, analytics, and thermal imagers in the facility.

The event marks the first opportunity for integrated thermal imaging in a public arena using thermal handheld imagers and pan-tilt-zoom cameras on analytical patrol in real-time integrated and networked surveillance platform.

Mr. Barrett Thompson of FLIR Systems said, "We're very excited to work with First Capital International. Our wide range of thermal imaging products are powerful tools and can play an important role in providing safety and security in sports events like the MLS All-Star Game."

"We are very proud to partner with FLIR," said Mr. Alex Genin, president of First Capital International. "This demo will clearly show the outstanding capabilities of FLIR Systems' thermal imager in big sports events."

About First Capital International
First Capital International, Inc. is an international security integrator company (OTCBB: FCPN) specializing in full security solutions including wireless mesh integration and thermal imaging system as well as chemical and explosive detection systems.

About FLIR Systems
FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) is the world leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of thermal imaging and stabilized camera systems for a wide variety of applications in the commercial, industrial and government markets both domestically and internationally.


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