Cybernet Systems Showcases OpenSkies Technology at SIW 2005
Ann Arbor, Michigan, September 13, 2005 - Cybernet Systems, an Ann Arbor-based research and development firm focused on advancing the state of human-machine interaction, today announced that they will be presenting the OpenSkies technology at the Fall 2005 Simulation Interoperability Workshop (SIW) in Orlando, FL, September 18-23, 2005.
Cybernet Systems engineers also are scheduled to provide presentations on aspects of the OpenSkies system. These presentations are "Establishing Simulation Standards for Military Vehicle Components" (Steve Rowe) and "A String-Defined Symbol Construction Library" (Doug Haanpaa).
The Simulation Interoperability Workshop (SIW) is a semiannual event encompassing a broad range of model and simulation issues, applications and communities. The Workshop consists of a series of forums and special sessions addressing interoperability issues and proposed solutions; tutorials on state-of-the-art methodologies, tools and techniques; and exhibits displaying the latest technological advances. For more information, visit the SIW website.
About Cybernet Systems
Cybernet Systems Corp. is a profitable, rapidly growing technology-based company focused on developing products that combine software and Internet intelligence with human-machine interaction. Cybernet has brought a diverse range of products to market, including the OpenSkies Networking and Simulation System, the NetMAX line of Linux-based Internet appliance software, and telemedicine devices through subsidiary Cybernet Medical -- and continues to stretch the boundaries of these technology areas.
Additional information on Cybernet Systems is available on the web at www.cybernet.com.
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