Stratophase, a VC-funded, University of Southampton spin-out, specializes in real-time measurement of chemicals and biochemicals. The company has completed its Portable Integrated Battlespace Biological Detection Technology (PIBBDT) project recently.
University of Maine scientists are developing high temperature thermal sensors at the Laboratory for Surface Science and Technology (LASST). The team has received a $1.2 million grant from the Department of Energy to develop the new technology that will help reduce emissions and increase the efficiency of fossil fuels in power plant operations.
The basis of the current CARES project (Communities Actively Researching Exposure Study) headed by Erin Haynes, from Environmental Health Department of UC is that environmental health research should be carried out with a community and not just on a community.
Invisa has introduced a new antenna system, which will improve the reliability and range of the non-contact-sensing safety systems.
Numerex, a provider of secure machine-to machine services and products, has unveiled its new satellite solution, which utilizes a hardy and lightweight global tracking tag.
Fiber Optic Systems Technology, a developer and producer of patented non-intrusive sensor products, has declared that it will offer corrosion monitoring systems for an important technology development project for the key energy sector backed by the Government of Alberta.
Barani Design, a US-based wind sensor manufacturer, is increasing its technology portfolio for wind sensor solutions.
Advanced Sensors, a firm from Carrickfergus, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, that markets its products as “the world's best oil in water analyzers”, has snagged a five million pound contract in the Middle East.
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A research team from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), the ALBCOM research group (Algorithms, Bioinformatics, Complexity and Formal Methods) is to create a shared testing laboratory, the European Wisebed Laboratory.