AnthroTronix, AT KidSystems™ to Showcase Latest Innovations
in Assistive Technology with HP
Cosmo’s Learning Systems™ Product Line Featured at CSUN Conference
SILVER SPRING, MD (March 16, 2005) – AnthroTronix, a human factors engineering research and development firm, and its subsidiary, AT KidSystems™, have teamed with HP to highlight the assistive technology accomplishments of each company during California State University Northridge’s 20th Annual International Conference. The CSUN Conference, “Technology and Persons with Disabilities,” is being held on March 14-19, 2005.
A member of the Developer Solution Partner Program at HP, AnthroTronix and AT KidSystems™ are demonstrating its premier product line, Cosmo’s Learning Systems™, a suite of innovative learning tools for children with disabilities. Demonstrations are being held at the AT KidSystem’s Booth #403 and in the HP Booth #422-424. Both booths are located in the Los Angeles Airport Marriott Hotel, 5855 West Century Boulevard.
“We are pleased to participate with HP at the CSUN Conference and Exhibition. They are a valued partner and the opportunity to showcase our new product line in HP’s booth area heightens our visibility and enables us to share our unique learning system with more Conference attendees,” explained Dr. Corinna E. Lathan, Chief Executive Officer of AT KidSystems™ and Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AnthroTronix, Inc.
Focused on supporting educational and rehabilitation goals while providing a source of entertainment that holds a child’s attention, Cosmo’s Learning Systems™ features Mission Control™ and Cosmo’s Play and Learn™ software.
“CSUN’s Annual Conference attracts a broad range of industry professionals interested in learning new techniques and examining the latest product innovations,” said Judd Nathanson, President of AT KidSystems™. “We are confident that once anyone tests out Cosmo’s Learning Systems™, they will share our excitement about the tremendous possibilities that this product line has in advancing the educational and therapeutic resources available for children.”