Boomerang Systems Announces New Patents

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - Boomerang Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: BMER), a leading designer and manufacturer of automated robotic parking and self storage systems, announces that it has been granted two United States patents: one covers Boomerang's fully automated storage system employing hoist and caddy transport technology; the other allowed patent covers the novel design of the scissor lift used in Boomerang's RoboticValet™ automated parking garage system.

Mark Patterson, Boomerang's CEO, stated, "We are thrilled that the ingenuity and hard work of our team has been rewarded by the allowance of these patents."  Patterson added, "Boomerang has many other patent applications pending in the United States and foreign countries that are directed to other key aspects of our proprietary RoboticValet technology.  We hope that the inventive efforts of our team to develop the technologies of these applications will be recognized as well."

About Boomerang Systems, Inc.

Headquartered in Florham Park, NJ, with research, design, testing and production facilities in Logan, UT, Boomerang Systems, Inc. ( is in the business of selling, designing, engineering, manufacturing, installing and supporting its own line of fully automated parking systems and fully automated self-storage systems.

The Company is the developer and sole provider of the Boomerang RoboticValet™ automated robotic parking system which differs from legacy automated parking systems in that it transports vehicles on a flat solid concrete slab without the use of a rail or track.  The Company believes that this system provides numerous advantages with regard to redundancy, throughput, layout flexibility and fire and life safety in comparison to other legacy rail based automated parking systems.

Prior to starting Boomerang, the Company's founding principals started S&S Worldwide, which has grown to become the largest manufacturer of thrill rides in North America with customers in 31 countries including Disney, MGM, Six Flags & Cedar Fair.  Engineering accomplishments include the World's tallest thrill ride (Stratosphere, Las Vegas, NV) and the World's first roller coaster to go over 100 MPH (Guinness World Record in 2002).

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Concerrned Individual
Does anyone else think this is laughable that they are talking about a patent using rack and rail technology when they discount it in the paragraphs? What kind of a company presumably spends $150,000 on engineering, developing, controlling, and patenting a scissors lift when so many already exist in the world and their installations would only use 1 every 100-200 jobs (which could be 30 years with this company). They still try to make people believe that they are the only company that provides an AGV parking product. Their competition Park Plus also has an AGV parking product that in my opinion is much better in almost all aspects. It is interesting that they do not state that the person who invented their current AGV product and was their COO works for Park Plus because he believes in Park Plus’s AGV program more than Boomerangs. They also don’t discuss that their AGV program is up in the air… I guess they are trying to raise more money from additional investors.
Mr.  Cooper
Boomerang is vastly superior to Park Plus. As far as AGVs are concerned the Boomerang system is far more user and operator friendly than Park Plus. If I opeerated a garage I wouldn't even contemplate Park Plus. I will admit, though, that any AGV system is far better than mechanical parking options.

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