Global Mobility Safety Leader to showcase its latest innovation technologies

Sterling Heights, MI USA – November 28, 2016 – Key Safety Systems (KSS), a leading global supplier of
advanced engineered safety products for automotive and non-automotive markets, is pleased to
announce the exhibition of Advanced Safety Products at the 2017 International Consumer Electronics
Show (CES) in Las Vegas, NV USA, bringing together the latest in electronic technologies and automotive
personalized protection.

KSS’ display will showcase an array of technologies that are designed to change the way automobiles,
passengers, and drivers will interface in the future. From Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, Driver
Monitoring, Active Steering Wheel Warning & Controls, Fire Suppression & Emergency Actuated Devices
in the event of a crash, the concept of Automotive Safety is aiming at new levels of innovation.

“Whether preventing accidents, mitigating risks & injuries according to crash conditions and occupant
state or alerting emergency services, KSS is committed to saving lives through personalization of the
driver experience.” said Alan Fratarcangeli, KSS Global Director of Sales.

“KSS is excited to bring to the consumer market those technologies which will change the way people
interact with their vehicles, enhancing driving safety,” said Mark Wehner, KSS President Active Safety
Products Division & Chief Technology Officer, “We anticipate the opportunity to demonstrate our
products at the International CES will allow us to forge new technology partnerships and impress on
prospective customers our contribution to the future of mobility safety.”

Exhibition: January 5th – 8th, 2017
Las Vegas, NV
LVCC, North Hall
Booth #7706

About KSS
Key Safety Systems (KSS) is a global leader in mobility safety through the system integration and
performance of safety-critical components to the automotive and non-automotive markets serving the
active safety, passive safety and specialty product sectors. Through highly specialized design,
development, and manufacturing, KSS’ technology is featured in more than 300 vehicle models produced
by over 60 well-diversified customers worldwide. Since commencing business as a United States start-up,
serving Detroit auto makers in 1916, KSS continues today with an entrepreneurial and pioneering spirit.
KSS is headquartered in Sterling Heights, Michigan, with a global network of ~13,000 employees in 32
sales, engineering, and manufacturing facilities. The company has 5 main technical centers located in the
key regions of the Americas, Europe and Asia. It is an independently-operated subsidiary of Ningbo Joyson
Electronic Corp. (SHA: 600699) (“Joyson Electronics”).

For further information about Key Safety Systems see: http://www.keysafetyinc.com