CyberBug Defense Technology Presented Worldwide
29, 2005 – NEWSdial.com) Cyber Defense Systems, Inc,
a designer and developer of next generation unmanned aerial
vehicles (UAV’s), has been presenting their latest technological
advancement, the CyberBug™ to audiences around the world.
Most recently the CyberBug surveillance UAV was displayed at
the Paris Air Show.
displayed three sizes of the CyberBug, as well as the vertical
take off and landing CyberScout™ during the third unmanned
aerial vehicle air show at Webster Field in front of nearly
5,000 people, including Secretary of the Army Francis J. Harvey
and U.S. Rep. Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md.).
was also utilized as a surveillance vehicle at the 12th Annual
Southern Maryland "Blessing of the Bikes" event,
held at the Charles County Fairgrounds in La Plata, MD. This
event is often viewed as an annual curse by local law enforcement.
The light-weight UAV provided aerial video to officers on the
ground, readily alerting them to crowd activities, accidents,
and other disturbances in the area. The UAV's capabilities
helped alleviate the pressure commonly felt by law enforcement
when monitoring this event. Cyber Defense's UAV's have capabilities
for both law enforcement and military applications.
Wyant of the Charles County Sheriff's Office saw a multitude
of applications for use of the CyberBug(TM) with law enforcement. "It's
certainly something of great interest to us," Wyant said. "It's
really cutting-edge right now."
has come to rely on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV's) for reconnaissance
and attack missions, helping to alleviate loss of life in Afghanistan
and Iraq. "The Defense Department has spent $1 billion
since 2000 to research aerial drones," stated Deputy Assistant
Secretary of Defense Thomas J. Kuster.
feedback Cyber Defense Systems has received in response to
the CyberBug capabilities and applications has encouraged the
Company to participate in two trade shows in Britain in September.
Later in the year the Company also plans on attending the Mid-East
Air Show in Dubai, as well as the Unmanned Vehicle Show with
UVS in November. This show coincides with the International
Chiefs of Police show.
Vice President of Sales for Cyber Defense said, "Coming
off a great show experience at the Paris Air Show and the UAV
conference in Baltimore, we intend to participate in other
shows to acquire new international sales distributors for the
CyberBug(TM) product line. The show in Paris brought many new
prospects for our distribution program and we want to continue
to attract additional resellers as we ramp up manufacturing."
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