SOURCE: Cyberhand Technologies International

April 10, 2006 09:00 ET

Cyberhand Technologies International Begins Construction on Anti-Personnel Fighting Robot Prototype for Military Use

CALGARY, AB -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 10, 2006 -- Cyberhand Technologies International, Inc. (OTC: CYHD), a company that focuses on aerospace weapons systems and wireless ergonomic products for private and military purposes, announced today that it has begun construction on its first anti-personnel fighting robot prototype. The announcement was made through its military defense division, Cylogic Aerospace.

This prototype, the first in a series of Mobile Miniature Anti-Personnel (MMAP) devices designed as a form of "Smart Mines" programmed for specific targets that would eliminate carnage and despair caused by regular mines, is a hard-wired, six-legged scale model of an anti-personnel fighting robot. It is hard controlled via a three wire switching system that only allows movement and speed control. This is the first in a line of prototypes that will result in a fully automated, all weather, miniature, walking land mine and anti-personnel weapon system. The mobile field control distributor (MFCD) can coordinate up to 1000 MMAP units simultaneously in real time hostile conditions.

Mr. Michael Burke, CEO of Cyberhand Technologies, commented, "This first prototype will showcase Cyberhand's Cylogic Aerospace's foresight in the homeland security and public safety arenas. This unit will be able to track targets in a given area for hours, days and even weeks before responding to a command to acquire and neutralize any individual target."

About Cyberhand Technologies International, Inc.

Cyberhand Technologies International, Inc. focuses on Aerospace Weapon Systems that provide the world's fastest controllers and most accurate target acquisition, generating the best field results, as well as innovative wireless ergonomic products for private and military purposes.

This press release contains forward-looking statements. By their nature, forward-looking statements and forecasts involve risks and uncertainties because they relate to events and depend on circumstances that will occur in the near future. There are a number of factors that could cause actual results and developments to differ materially.

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    Christopher Todd
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    Michael Burke
    Corporate Information
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