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Cyber Defense Systems Presents Flight Demo Of Hand-Launched CyberBug UAV

The hand-launched CyberBug UAV.
by Staff Writers
St Petersburg FL (SPX) Aug 23, 2006
Cyber Defense Systems announces the CyberBug UAV flight demonstration will take place on Wednesday August 23 at 11:30 AM. National Security Associates, Inc. will host the scheduled event for law enforcement, military and media at the National Security Centre of Advanced Tactical Research and Training located on River Bend Road in Chattahoochee County, Georgia adjacent to Ft. Benning.

For specific use in crowded and remote locations, the hand-launched CyberBug is the first low-cost UAV to provide surveillance and communication facilitating crime scene photography, pre-raid planning, fatality investigations, and disaster assessment. Military control centers stateside can monitor CyberBugs launched by ground troops, identify hostile activity in Iraq and notify forces of potential areas of concern.

During the demonstration Sheriff's Offices, Metro Narcotics, Police Departments, Homeland Security, ICE, U.S. Marshalls, Military Special Operation Forces, Fire Marshalls, Federal and State officials and media can get a close-up view of the CyberBug in action.

CyberBug UAV

Initial acceptance of the CyberBug has led both Law Enforcement and Military Forces in several countries to believe that the CyberBug is ideal for use in covert missions as it is silent (electric) and can complete mission of up to one hour. The CyberBug product allows users to view data captured by sensors and wireless video transmitters at any location throughout the world providing a significant advantage in a low cost solution to surveillance.

The CyberBug UAV is scalable and provides camera solutions on both the small 2.6 pound platform as well as significant camera solutions for day and night vision on the larger platform 14 pound platform. It also has the capability to fly on station in a programmed or manual mode for up to an hour, traveling at speeds up to 30 MPH with a camera foot print of 300 x 300 depending on day or night view.

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