Cyber Timez Presenting Cyber Armz at CES 2015


5 January 2015

On January 7th Cyber Timez will be presenting the Cyber Armz product at the DADO Connected Consumer event during CES. We have pulled together a prototype using a training kitchen that opens and closes the microwave door using voice commands. The team has worked hard with late nights slinging code and days of cutting, sanding and gluing to get it all pulled together in time.

Cyber Armz is a patent pending product that employs wearable devices as the source for automating real world objects and the Internet of Things. After entering some setup details in the accompanying mobile application, the user just has to speak their custom command into their watch and the door swings open! Speak the close command and the door swings closed.

“We believe this technology will revolutionize daily life for persons with disabilities and the elderly,” said CEO Sean Tibbetts. “Additionally, we see huge opportunities in commercial markets with any organization that needs to control and audit access to specific cabinets, drawers, appliances and doors,” Mr. Tibbetts continued. While plenty of organizations are building apps that control devices from phones, tablets and phablets it appears Cyber Timez is ahead of the pack by moving this activity to wearable devices.

At the event, Cyber Timez will have a startup table and our CEO Sean Tibbetts will be on hand giving live demonstrations and explaining the technology we use. The event runs from 9A.M. to 1P.M. and should prove to be an excellent opportunity for the Cyber Timez crew.

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Cyber Timez in Startup Alley at MoDevCon 2104


12 DECEMBER 2014

Cyber Timez was one of only 6 companies invited to present in Startup Alley at the 2 day MoDevCon 2014 mobile development conference. We presented our latest Cyber Armz prototype to rave reviews. Over 100 people stopped by our table to check out the demonstration and we heard from many that they were told they “…had to check out that cool arms project thingy.” We were one of the most talked about demonstrations at the conference and could not be more proud.

Cyber Armz is a product that aims to help persons with disabilities, the elderly and commercial organizations automate access to physical objects including cabinet doors, appliances and entrances. Using wearable devices like smart watches and Google Glass, Cyber Armz aims to automate physical objects and the Internet of Things with wearable devices.

Our presentation at MoDevCon earned us an invite from Tech Cocktail to join them at CES 2015 in Las Vegas to present during their DADO Connected Consumer event.

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Wearables+Things Conference 2014


21 OCTOBER 2014

We were thrilled to attend the MoDev and ITODC Wearables+Things 2014 Conference. Great presentations, lots of good information and we even won an award from Intel at the Hackathon!

The conference was our first “big” conference in the Washington, D.C. area and we couldn’t be more impressed. The event provided several sessions that covered topics ranging from startup strategies and business management techniques to mobile and wearable development exercises where attendees walked away with functional applications.

The myriad of attendees and sponsor companies made for phenomenal netowrking opportunities and resulted in several follow-on meetings with organizations and individuals that we know will be invaluable to the future growth and success of Cyber Timez. Pete Ericson and the MoDev team did a great job hosting a fantastic conference.

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Cyber Earz Development Started at Wearables+Things Hackathon

19 October 2014


The WNT2014 Hackathon resulted in the very first prototype of the Cyber Earz project. The prototype was capable of triggering alerts to Google Glass when specific events such occurred. This project aims to provide notifications to hearing impaired users and users in noisy environments.

The idea came from a friend who told a story about his hearing impaired mother. He called her one day and heard the oven timer going off in the background. When he told her what he heard, she replied she hadn’t baked anything in over three days. This kind of dangerous situation is exactly the kind of problems Cyber Timez is aiming to solve.

With experienced Google Glass developers, designers, and hard core hackers galore we managed to form a team and build the first prototype of Cyber Earz. The team built a web service, Audrino based listening device and a Google Glass notification all in under five hours! The Intel representatives were so impressed they awarded the team the “Best Use of Intel Technology” award.

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