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AURA SYSTEMS JOINS NORTHROP IN DESIGNING ADVANCED TRANSIT BUS

 EL SEGUNDO, Calif., March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Aura Systems Inc., (NASDAQ: AURA) announced today that it is a member of the winning Phase I -- Conceptual Design team headed by Northrop Corp. (NYSE: NOC) for the Advanced Technology Transit Bus awarded by the Metropolitan Transit Authority.
 Aura's patented electromagnetic technology will be considered for incorporation into numerous products that may be applied to the new advanced city bus. The result of this joint effort will be demonstration vehicles for evaluation and for follow-up production decisions.
 Aura Systems is the world leader in electromagnetic actuation and electro-optical display systems.
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 /CONTACT: Ronald Goldstein of Aura Systems, 310-643-5300, ext. 213; or Nelson Fitch of Melrose Communications, 310-246-4611, for Aura Systems/
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