AnthroTronix To Be Showcased At Federal Government’s Assistive Technology Exhibit and Policy Forum July 27

Local R&D Company Included in Celebration of 14th Anniversary of ADA SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND (July 27, 2004) – AnthroTronix, Inc., a local research and development company, has been invited to attend the U.S. Departments of Commerce and Education’s Assistive Technology Exhibit and Policy Forum on July 27, 2004, in celebration of the 14th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  AnthroTronix will be a featured exhibitor demonstrating its CosmoBot™ system, a rehabilitation and educational tool for children with and without disabilities. “AnthroTronix is honored to be included in this celebration of the 14th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.  We are committed to designing, developing, and providing effective technology to promote functional development in children with and without disabilities,” said Corinna Lathan, President and CEO of AnthroTronix.  “It is my hope that AnthroTronix’s participation in the ADA Forum will further highlight the importance of assistive technology in the marketplace.  We believe that assistive technology is inclusive technology.” Featured at the government-sponsored event will be AnthroTronix’s CosmoBot™, a 16” high fully interactive robot.  CosmoBot™ is used for play, education, and therapy, with children controlling the robot through body movements, buttons, a joystick, or by voice.  The CosmoBot™ system motivates children while collecting data in the clinic, school, or at home, enabling therapists and teachers to focus on developmental goals.  Parents no longer need to promise special treats to children to attend therapy sessions or do their homework.  AnthroTronix was recently selected as a 2004 Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum and highlighted in the Washington Post and Time magazine. In commemoration of the 14th Anniversary of the...