AnthroTronix CEO Tapped as Discussion Leader for World Economic Forum Workshop on Technologies for the Future

Corinna Lathan to Introduce AnthroTronix Mission During Forum Session: “Betting on the Technology Most Likely to Succeed” SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND (January 27, 2005) – The Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AnthroTronix, Inc., a human factors engineering and research and development company, will participate in the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting being held in Switzerland on January 26-30, 2005.  AnthroTronix was named by the World Economic Forum as Technology Pioneer for 2004, as one of only 30 international companies developing and applying the most innovative technologies. “I am extremely honored to have been chosen as a Discussion Leader for the 2005 World Economic Forum.  As one of the Discussion Leaders for a workshop on technology, I will have the chance to share the successes that my company has recently achieved,” said Corinna Lathan, President and CEO of AnthroTronix.  “It is a tremendous opportunity to be included among the top CEOs from around the world who are invited to attend the Forum.” This year’s Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum, “Taking Responsibility for Touch Choices,” to be held in Davos, Switzerland, will include more than 2,250 participants from 96 countries, including more than 500 chairpersons and CEOs from the world’s leading companies.  British Prime Minister Tony Blair is scheduled to open the Annual Meeting.  The five-day meeting will feature more than 200 sessions.  Dr. Lathan will serve as a Discussion Leader for the workshop “Betting on the Technology Most Likely to Succeed,” which, according to the session outline, will focus on what technologies “will have the same impact as the Internet 15 or 20 years from now?  What is...

AT KidSystems™ Unveils An Innovation in Learning Systems with Introduction of Cosmo’s Learning Systems™ Product Line

ATIA Conference Backdrop for Previewing Mission Control™ and Cosmo’s Play and Learn™ Software Products SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND (January 19, 2005) – AT KidSystems™, the  manufacturer of products originating from the human factors engineering research and development initiatives of AnthroTronix, Inc., today premiered its first product line, Cosmo’s Learning Systems™, featuring Mission Control™ and Cosmo’s Play and Learn™ Software.  Cosmo’s Learning Systems™ product line was introduced at the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) 2005 Conference in Orlando, Florida. “A highly dedicated team of professionals from various industries have played an instrumental role in the creation of Cosmo’s Learning Systems™,” said Dr. Corinna E. Lathan, Chief Executive Officer of AT KidSystems™ and Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AnthroTronix, Inc.  “We have built a product line that is entertaining for the child and highly sophisticated in its technical capabilities to gather data that is invaluable to educators and therapists.  These products provide tremendous advancements in the developmental tools that are available today for all children.” Cosmo’s Learning System™ is a suite of innovative learning tools for children of developmental ages 2-to-8 years.  Focused on supporting educational and rehabilitative goals, Cosmo’s Learning System™ features Mission Control™ and Cosmo’s Play and Learn™ Software.  Mission Control™ is a unique, multi-functional computer access device equipped with four large state-of-the-art aFFx™ activators, a built-in microphone and eight external ports to accommodate any additional sensors or attachments.   Cosmo’s Play and Learn™ Software operates in tandem with Mission Control™ allowing the child to control the virtual character, Cosmo™, during its adventures.  Playground Discovery™ is the first software title in a series of educational tools. “The ATIA Conference provides...

AnthroTronix Launches New Company at ATIA Conference

AT KidSystems Debuts with New Product Line Demonstration SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND (January 14, 2005) – AT KidSystems™, a newly launched subsidiary of AnthroTronix, Inc., a human factors engineering firm, will demonstrate its new Cosmo’s Learning Systems product line that introduces an innovation in learning systems to the attendees at the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) 2005 Conference in Orlando.  AT KidSystems™ will premiere its Cosmo’s Learning Systems in Booth #319 during ATIA’s 2005 Conference and Exhibition from January 19-22, 2005. ATIA’s 2005 Conference and Exhibition will be held at the Caribe Royale All-Suites Resort & Convention Center at 8101 World Center Drive in Orlando, Florida.  The ATIA Conference opens on Wednesday, January 19 at 9:00 a.m.  The Exhibition Grand Opening will be held on Wednesday evening from 5:00-7:00...