Royal Oak, Michigan – December 1, 2015
-- Realtime Technologies, Inc (RTI), a part of Arotech Corporation's (NasdaqGM: ARTX) Training and Simulation Division, announced today that a familiar face will be returning. Larry Cathey,
Stanford's Driving Simulator Lab Manager, will return as a Business Development Engineer and Senior Technical Advisor. With RTI's expanding portfolio of contracts and new product offerings,
Mr. Cathey is the right person at the right time.
Mr. Cathey worked for RTI from 2007 through 2014 before accepting the Lab Manager position with Stanford University. Cathey's experience with driving simulators in both research and development
environments is extensive. From design, fabrication and integration, Cathey brings over 35 years' experience.
Larry will dive back into a customer advocacy role in assuring that RTI stays focused on those areas which help our research and development customers the most. Larry's involvement with automotive
research and autonomous vehicle development at Stanford, University of Michigan's MCity, and RTI's customers; including Universities and OEM's worldwide will ensure RTI's focus on leading the way in providing the best research simulation solutions in the industry.
A regular contributor to the research environment, Cathey has authored/co-authored over 25 peer-reviewed papers. His contributions to Hardware-in-the-Loop development and the Ford VIRTTEX Driving Simulator garnered him the Manufacturing and Vehicle Design DNA award
as well as the 2004 Henry Ford Technology Award. Mr. Cathey, a Wayne State University alumnus, graduated with his Bachelor's in Computer Science and Master's in Electrical and Computer Control Systems.
RTI is excited to have someone with his technical skills on-board as it moves to be the simulator of choice for research institutions.
Realtime Technologies, Inc.
Realtime Technologies Inc. (RTI) builds world class driving simulators for your research needs. RTI products: On- & Off-Road Simulators: including 6DOF & 3DOF motion bases. SimCreator: A graphical,
hierarchical, real-time simulation & modeling system. SimObserver: A stand-alone digital collection & review system. OverTilt: A Motion Drive Algorithm (MDA) that provides an advanced form of tilt
coordination. SimVehicle: A high-fidelity, multibody, real time vehicle dynamics model. Consulting: RTI offers custom software and hardware solutions.
For more information, please visit us at (www.simcreator.com).
Arotech's Training and Simulation Division
Arotech's Training and Simulation Division (ATSD) provides world-class simulation based training solutions. ATSD develops, manufactures, and markets an extensive array of trainers and simulators that
provide interactive and situational training for military, law enforcement and commercial customers. The division's Vehicle Simulation group provides high fidelity vehicle simulators for use in operator
training. The division's Air Warfare Simulations group provides weapon simulations used to train military pilots in the effective use of air launched weapons. The division's Use of Force group provides
training products focused on the proper employment of hand carried weapons and is marketed under the MILO Range nameplate.
Arotech's Training and Simulation Division consist of FAAC
MILO Range (www.ies-usa.com)
and Realtime Technologies (www.simcreator.com).
Arotech Corporation is a defense and security products and services company, engaged in two business areas: interactive simulation for military, law enforcement and commercial markets;
and power systems and batteries for the military, commercial and medical markets. Arotech operates through two major business divisions: Training and Simulation, and Power Systems.
Arotech is incorporated in Delaware, with corporate offices in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and research, development and production subsidiaries in Michigan, South Carolina and Israel.
For more information on Arotech, please visit Arotech's website at (www.arotech.com).
Except for the historical information herein, the matters discussed in this release include forward-looking statements, as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, and are
subject to various risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to vary materially. These risks and uncertainties are detailed in Arotech's most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K for the
fiscal year ended December 31, 2014, and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.