Force Protection Video Provides Update from Recent CES 2016 Show

January 19, 2016
Business Wire

CARY, N.C. -- January 19, 2016

Force Protection Video Equipment (OTC Markets: FPVD) announced today an update on the recent Consumer Electronic Show (CES) that the Company’s president. Mr.
Feldman attended in Las Vegas.

The CES show is the largest gathering of video and audio manufacturers in the world. Technology in this sector is rapidly changing and our attendance is a
must to keep abreast of latest audio and video trends.

The Company is now in negotiations with several audio and video manufacturers to represent their products in the US law Enforcement/security market. The
Company is also in discussions with a major sports camera manufacturer to represent it in select markets. If the Company is able to come to agreements
with the manufacturers, their product offerings will enhance as well as increase our overall sales and company visibility.

While at CES, Mr. Feldman had the opportunity to meet with the design team for the next generation of on-the-body cameras. The LE 50 camera by Force
Protection Video is being designed to meet the ever growing demands for an affordable video camera solution for the largest US cities. The LE50 design
will use the latest chip by Ambarella (AMBA NASDAQ), and when matched with our Citadel Video Evidence management system will provide a turnkey solution for
any department. The LE50 will be released in Q4. To date, sales for the Company’s LE 10 camera systems continue to be steady.

The Citadel audio/video management software and storage solution fills another request and need from law enforcement to provide an affordable solution to
manage and store audio and video recordings securely on site without long term contracts and excessive storage fees. The Citadel Software is designed so that
it can be used also with any departments current body cameras.

The Force Protection Video LE50 camera is a rugged HD design which incorporates Ambarella (NASDAQ AMBA) made chips that allow cameras and other
devices to record high definition video. It is the chip supplier of the popular GoPro (NASDAQ:GPRO) sports cameras.

Paul Feldman has over 30 Years experience providing quality video and audio equipment to Law Enforcement.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Paul Feldman at FORCE PROTECTION VIDEO EQUIPMENT or email at
[email protected].

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