AT KidSystems(TM) Brings Market-Ready Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) Product Line to ATIA Conference January 18-21

Attendees Take the Controls to Explore Playground Discovery with Cosmo ORLANDO, FLORIDA (January 19, 2006) – AT KidSystems(TM), the manufacturer of products emerging from the human factors engineering and research and development initiatives of AnthroTronix, Inc., provided attendees at the 2006 Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Conference and Exhibition with a hands-on demonstration of its state-of-the-art assistive technology product line.  Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) is an innovation in learning for children with and without disabilities. “ATIA provides the assistive technology industry a forum with which to showcase new products and services.  It is a must-attend event for anyone who is in the market for the latest technologies to enhance their business success,” said Dr. Corinna E. Lathan, Chief Executive Officer of AT KidSystems(TM) and Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AnthroTronix, Inc.  “We have had phenomenal response since we first unveiled our beta version of Cosmo’s Learning Systems.  It is a celebrated milestone to be at ATIA with our finished product line ready for sale to the assistive technology community.” During the ATIA Conference and Exhibition which is being held from January 18-21, 2006, at the Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando, Florida, AT KidSystems(TM) is demonstrating Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) in Booth #203.  Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with the computer interface device, Mission Control(TM), to experience the first Cosmo’s Play and Learn(TM) software educational program titled Playground Discovery. Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) motivates children with developmental age of 2-to-8 years with entertaining activities that support individual education and rehabilitation goals.  Children with and without disabilities use Mission Control(TM) in place of a mouse or keyboard to engage the virtual...

AT KidSystems(TM) to Feature Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) in Booth #203 at ATIA 2006 Conference

Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) Ready for Assistive Technology Market SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND (January 16, 2006) – AT KidSystems(TM), the manufacturer of products emerging from the human factors engineering and research and development initiatives of AnthroTronix, Inc., will demonstrate the latest in learning tools for children with developmental age of 2-to-8 years at the 2006 Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Conference and Exhibition.  Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) is an assistive technology innovation designed for children with and without disabilities. The ATIA Conference and Exhibition will be held on January 18-21, 2006, at the Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando, Florida.  AT KidSystems(TM) will give attendees a “test drive” of Cosmo’s Learning Systems(TM) in Booth #203.  This innovation in learning tools features the specially developed interface device, Mission Control(TM), and the first Cosmo’s Play and Learn(TM) software program, Playground Discovery.  The innovative aFFx(TM) activator technology of Mission Control(TM) offers increased interactive play and enhanced learning...

Corinna Lathan has been Designated a Young Global Leader in 2006

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND (12 January 2006) – The Forum of Young Global Leaders, an affiliate of the World Economic Forum, proudly announces today that Corinna Lathan, Founder and CEO of Anthrotronix, Inc., has been named a Young Global Leader 2006. She is one of 41 North Americans chosen to become Young Global Leaders in 2006 and will join a global community now including 410 leaders from all regions and stakeholder groups. Dr. Lathan founded AnthroTronix, a human factors engineering and research and development company in 1999.  Specializing in advanced human interface solutions, AnthroTronix designs and develops technology that is relevant to and used in the rehabilitation, education, military, entertaining and space fields.  In early 2005, AnthroTronix launched a subsidiary company, AT KidSystems(TM) to manufacture products originating from its R&D initiatives.  The first product line to roll out is Cosmo’s Learning Systems featuring Mission Control(TM) and Cosmo’s Play and Learn(TM) software.  Dr. Lathan also serves as an Associate Adjunct Professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park, and is actively involved in educational outreach programs that empower women and minorities to pursue careers in science and technology.  Dr. Lathan has received numerous awards including Maryland’s Top Innovator of the Year, MIT Technology Review magazine’s Top 100 World Innovators and the Women in Technology Leadership Award for Entrepreneurship. Established in 2004 by Professor Klaus Schwab, Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, the Forum of Young Global Leaders is a unique, multi-stakeholder community of the world’s most extraordinary leaders who are 40 years old or younger and who are ready to dedicate a part of their...