One company that is starting to capture the attention of investors is the Bellevue, Washington based Sector 10, Inc. Sector 10 is redefining the emergency response paradigm from centralized equipment staging to onsite pre-deployed resources, effectively “Bridging the Survival Gap.” Today, Sector 10 took a step towards enhancing its future with the announcement that they will release new technology next week.

The new technology will be the PLX-3D Tracker. The PLX-3D will be released next week to First Responders in California with the system to hit the National Market by June 30, 2010 according to expectations.

The PLX-3D Tracker is unique in that it is a personnel operations and situational awareness tool that is designed for disaster management. The PLX-3D Tracker has the potential to change the face of the emergency response paradigm because it features satellite and wireless land based capabilities providing the location of an individual in a 2-D or 3-D map with panic button and open communication links to a mobile or stationary base station.

Leading the way at Sector 10 is Pericles DeAvila who serves as the young company’s CEO. DeAvila stated that the PLX-3D Tracker Platform is a unique and stand-alone integration tool that can be used in both a PC and MAC environments. Although similar in scope, it is not an offspring of Land Warrior System used by the U.S. Armed Forces.

Currently, Sector 10 is trading in the $0.07 range. To learn more about Sector 10, visit their website at: www.sector10inc.com and you’ll soon find out why many investors think that Sector 10 is a diamond in the rough.