Davenport, Iowa, Installs Nestor Traffic Systems' Fixed Speed Photo Enforcement Solution

PROVIDENCE, RI -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 02/14/2006 -- Nestor, Inc. (NASDAQ: NEST), the parent of Nestor Traffic Systems, Inc., a leading provider of advanced traffic enforcement solutions, is pleased to announce that the City of Davenport, Iowa, has activated its first installation of Nestor Traffic Systems' CrossingGuard® fixed speed solution. Davenport's contract with Nestor specifies five intersections, for automated enforcement and, in conjunction with implementing the fixed speed solution at selected approaches, Nestor is upgrading the red light photo enforcement systems at all approaches to leading-edge, all-digital technology.

Michael R. Bladel, Davenport's Chief of Police, said about the project, "It has been a real pleasure working with all the representatives of Nestor in our on going efforts to make our city streets safer through automated enforcement systems. In today's world, it is important to utilize every public safety tool available to assure that a police department can meet the needs of its community. Automated speed and red light cameras assist in this critical mission and Nestor has been a great partner in advancing this effort."

William B. Danzell, Chief Executive Officer of Nestor Traffic Systems, stated, "The addition of fixed speed to our red light enforcement installations will make a real difference at the intersections selected and will underline Davenport's commitment to safety. Nestor applauds the municipality's program. We are proud to include Davenport in the list of cities employing Nestor automated traffic enforcement solutions."

Nestor Traffic Systems provides automated traffic enforcement solutions to state and municipal governments. CrossingGuard uses patented multiple, time-synchronized videos to capture comprehensive evidence of red light and speed violations. In addition, CrossingGuard® offers customers a unique Collision Avoidance™ safety feature that can help prevent intersection collisions.