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Cyber Defense Systems - CtberBug UAV


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Cyber Defense Systems
: 27 June, 2007  (Company News)
CyberBug(t Sparks Global Interest at Paris Air Show after Earning FAA's Experimental Airworthiness Certificate for its UAS
Cyber Defense Systems, a designer and developer of next generation unmanned aerial systems (UAS), has announced that the company has received strong interest for its CyberBug from a number of organizations and countries at The International Paris Air Show.

The CyberBug is a high tech asset for military, law enforcement and commercial applications. The unmanned air vehicles can be assembled in minutes and launched from an open area to provide instant aerial surveillance. The vehicles fly for up to an hour and transmit video and data to a portable ground control station.

The CyberBug recently was awarded an FAA experimental airworthiness certificate for its UAS, allowing the CyberBug™ Unmanned Aerial Vehicle to fly in the National Airspace System. The recent approval has created a new level of interest from international law enforcement agencies around the world. Protection of its citizens are the agencies primary concern.

Billy Robinson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cyber Defense Systems, stated, 'We are delighted the CyberBug™ is receiving the recognition it has so far and hope to see the interest turn to more commercial orders upon our return to the States. The recent FAA certification is obviously opening up a number of opportunities that did not exist before.
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