Cranbury, March 13, 2009 ‐ LG IRIS announced today that it has delivered a complete iris recognition technology platform to Australia’s New South Wales Department of Corrective Services. The state wide systems will be initially used for monitoring the activity of visitors to correctional facilities.

These LG Iris systems will be deployed across New South Wales at all 34 correctional facilities. New South Wales Department of Corrective Services will realize an extremely fast, accurate and reliable system infrastructure to check the identity of people entering their facilities, when connected to the central iris database located in Sydney. The LG Iris Iris Accellerator system can check the identity of individuals in real time.

LG Iris is proud to be the first company to be selected in Australia to supply a centralized iris
identification system for the corrections market application.

“This is major business win for LG’s iris recognition technology and follows the projects deployed in
correction market in the United States and Asia for inmate and visitor tracking”, said Mohammed Murad VP Sales and Business Development. “It further confirms LG Iris’ world leading position in iris
recognition solutions, as well as its expertise in robust large scale iris recognition based systems.”

About LG Electronics, Iris Technology Division

LG Electronics, a principal component of South Korea’s LG Corp. has been active in iris recognition research, development and production since 1997. Today the US-based LG Iris Technology Division has global responsibility for all of the Company’s iris recognition activities. LG IrisAccess® is the world’s leading deployed iris recognition platform and in thousands of locations authenticating the identities of millions and millions of persons. More people look to LG IrisAccess® for iris-based authentication than to all other iris recognition products combined. To find out more, visit