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June 24, 2013

Image Sensing Systems Names Dale E. Parker as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer

Kris B. Tufto, Chief Executive Officer
Image Sensing Systems, Inc. Phone: 651.603.7700

MEDIA: Al Galgano
Padilla Speer Beardsley Phone: 612.455.1720

Paul F. Lidsky joins Board of Directors

Saint Paul, Minn., June 24, 2013 -- Image Sensing Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: ISNS) announced today that it has named Dale E. Parker as its Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, effective June 25, 2013. Parker will continue to serve on the Image Sensing Systems board. Parker replaces Gregory R. L. Smith, who has resigned his position with Image Sensing Systems. The resignation of Smiths employment was not related to any issue with respect to Image Sensing Systems financial statements.

Parker has extensive experience working in senior executive positions for both public and private companies in a variety of industries in addition to his expertise with financial statement preparation and SEC reporting. He has served on the board of directors of HickoryTech Corporation, a communications service provider, since 2006, and has chaired that corporations board since January 2011. He served as interim chief financial officer of Ener1, Inc., an energy storage technology company, from 2011 until 2012. Previously he served in numerous chief financial officer and vice president roles for manufacturing companies.

Kris Tufto, Image Sensing Systems CEO, said: We are pleased and fortunate to have Dale Parker step into executive positions with our organization. Having been on our board for the past year, Dale already knows our company, growth strategies and culture. With a strong public company background, he is an ideal choice for COO and CFO.

The company also announced that it has added Paul F. Lidsky as a board director, replacing Parker on the three board committees. Lidsky has been President and Chief Executive Officer of Datalink Corporation since July 2009 and a member of its board of directors since June 1998. He was the President and Chief Executive Officer of Calabrio, Inc. from October 2007 until July 2009 and he is currently a member of Calabrio, Inc.'s Board of Directors. From December 2005 until September 2007, Lidsky served as Chief Operating Officer for Spanlink Communications, Inc.

According to Tufto, Paul Lidsky is a proven technology innovator and leader. He has established a growth track record at Datalink, and we look forward to leveraging his knowledge and industry experience for the benefit of Image Sensing Systems and our shareholders.

About Image Sensing Systems

Image Sensing Systems, Inc. is a provider of above ground detection and information management solutions for the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) sector and adjacent markets including security, police and parking. We have sold more than 135,000 units of our industry leading Autoscope machine-vision, RTMS radar and CitySync automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) products in over 60 countries worldwide. This depth of our experience coupled with the breadth of our product portfolio uniquely positions us to provide powerful hybrid technology solutions and to exploit the convergence of the traffic, security and environmental management markets. We are headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota. Visit us on the web at imagesensing.com.

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