NexGen Ergonomics Announces New DataLINK II

Montreal, August 3, 2004 -- NexGen Ergonomics Inc. (NexGen) is pleased to announce the release of the new DataLINK II from Biometrics Ltd. NexGen markets Biometrics Ltd products in ergonomics, biomechanics, and related markets in North America and in various countries worldwide. Customer deliveries are scheduled for September 2004.

DataLINK II, a general purpose, fully programmable Data Acquisition System with 40 KHz total Sampling Frequency - adjustable for each channel with sampling rates of up to 5000Hz per channel. The DataLINK II, connected via a USB port, contains 8 analog inputs and 5 digital inputs allowing collection of both analog and digital data from a variety of sensors such as EMG, goniometers, accelerometers, hand dynamometers, myometers, and more. Data synchronization with other systems is possible via an analog out port.

NexGen is the leading distributor and developer of systems for ergonomics and biomechanical job analysis, design and research. These include a variety of software analysis tools performing biomechanical, NIOSH, RULA and other analysis, force measurement instrumentation, noise dosimeters, vibration analysis tools, sEMG analysis systems, data acquisition systems (including goniometers and force sensors), 3D human modeling software, video analysis systems, as well as many other products. NexGen's Web site also includes the Ergonomics Resource Center that provides a variety of information resources to industry professionals.

For more information, contact:

David Pinchefsky, B.A.Sc.
NexGen Ergonomics Inc.
Montreal, Canada
Tel: (514) 685-8593