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Cyber Defense Systems Commences Shipment Of UAVs

File photo of the CyberBug being launched.

St Petersburg FL (SPX) Aug 16, 2005
Cyber Defense Systems has announced it has begun shipment of the CyberBug to both US and international distributors as well as unnamed government entities as part of the initial sales announced over the last several months.

The CyberBug is one of the most cost-effective UAV's on the market today, capable of being launched in winds speeds in excess of 25 miles and hour and can provide the GPS coordinates of hostile or problem areas, facilitate line-of-sight communications, as well as provide day or night surveillance of remote areas.

The shipment represents the first several contracts currently in place. Through outsourcing current production the CyberBugs will be 20 units a month beginning October 1, 2005 with the ability to ramp up as business demands. The current initial orders will deliver units to be tested at exercises through out the world.

Billy Robinson, CEO of Cyber Defense Systems commented, "We are very pleased to have begun shipment of the CyberBug to our distributors and the various government agencies. This order reinforces Cyber's leadership in the small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle markets and we look forward to ramping up sales and marketing efforts around the world."

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Israel, US Resolve Row Over China Arms Deal
Jerusalem (AFP) Aug 16, 2005
Israel's defence ministry and the Pentagon announced in a joint statement Tuesday that they had resolved a crisis sparked by an arms contract between Israel and China.







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