Ann Arbor, Mich. – For the past two decades, Cybernet Systems Corporation has been a leader in American research and development in the medical and defense fields. Winning and completing more than 200 government contracts, Cybernet ingenuity has contributed to the health, productivity and security of America and the world. Cybernet has been committed to advancing human performance through the application of technology.
“Cybernet was started at my kitchen table with a focus on amplifying what humans can do through the application of technology,” said Cybernet Chairman and CEO Heidi Jacobus. “Twenty years later, we remain committed to this goal and can see a direct correlation between our solutions and the advancement of technical application as a way to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems.”
Founded in 1989, Cybernet has successfully converted research and development endeavours into commercially viable technologies and products. A leader in robotics since its inception, Cybernet had developed innovative defense products that protect our soldiers by removing them from harms way. The Large Caliber Automated Resupply (LCAR) loads ammunition into vehicles such as tanks, and unloads unwanted casings or ammunition remotely without any person on board. The Automated Tactical Ammunition Classification System (ATACS) is an ammunition sorter that handles loose and broken lot ammunition. Both programs reduce the manual effort from soldiers in the field reducing their danger in volatile situations. Cybernet Medical is implementing a nationwide telemedicine service that enables physicians to remotely gather and review outpatient physiological data over the Internet. This service has been used during large-scale emergencies such as Hurricane Katrina, and also supports community public wellness programs, and assisted living facilities.
To celebrate the company’s 20th anniversary, Cybernet has launched a revamped Web site showcasing a new look that reaffirms its core identity. To view the newly designed Web site, visitwww.www.cybernet.com.
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