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Cyber Defense Receives 2007 Frost & Sullivan Award

Cyber Defense Systems : 27 June, 2007  (Company News)
Cyber Defense Receives 2007 Frost & Sullivan Award for Best Bang for the Buck for Its CyberBug
Cyber Defense Systems, a designer and developer of next generation unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), announced that Frost & Sullivan has recognized Cyber Defense Systems, Inc. with its 2007 Award for Best Bang for the Buck for the development of the family of CyberBugs.

Each year, Frost & Sullivan, a global growth consulting company, presents Best Practices Awards to companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance.

The Award for Best Bang for the Buck is given to the company that has provided customers with the solution and/or service that provides the highest ratio of value to cost. The recipient has provided customers with a product that provides quality, while staying extremely competitively priced.

'This is a great honor for a small company that competed with the giants of the industry for this award, such as AAI, a subsidiary of United Industrial Corporation that recently received the Frost & Sullivan technology innovation award. This also reflects Cyber Defense''s continued investment in designing and developing innovative unmanned aircraft systems and intelligence-gathering technologies that can be utilized by both the military, law enforcement and commercial security operations around the world,' said Billy Robinson, CEO.

Cyber Defense was selected for the 2007 Best Bang for the Buck Award for Technology Innovation for its design, development, and production of the CyberBug(R) family of unmanned aircraft systems, led by the CyberBug B, currently in use with organizations such as the Naval Post Graduate School, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S Forestry Service and the Gaston County police department. Other government and research organizations have used the CyberBug(R) with great success.
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