Sound ID, an innovator who combines human ear knowledge with the latest Bluetooth technology, has recently announced the launch of the Bluetooth headset Sound ID 510 that can be purchased through the at www.wireless.att.com website online and also at AT&T stores in the U.S. from June 6, 2010.
The US Navy has awarded a subcontract worth $28 million for manufacturing sonobuoys to Sparton Corporation as part of the ERAPSCO joint venture of this company.
A new Endevco instrumentation and acoustic sensors range has been recently launched by Meggitt Sensing Systems, a division of the Meggitt group.
Rolls-Royce has acquired a Norwegian company named ODIM ASA, which is a technology group that designs and manufactures technologically advanced automated handling systems for the civil nuclear, naval, and oil and gas sectors.
IBM and the leading surveillance system and covert intelligence vendor TerraEchos have negotiated an OEM agreement that licenses the embedding of the IBM InfoSphere Streams for the Adelos S4 solution of TerraEchos.
The Skinput technology integrates advanced machine learning and bio-acoustic sensors to enable people to utilize their forearms or fingers or any body part as touchpads for controlling mobile devices or smart phones.
Sparton will manufacture the subassemblies used in the AN/SSQ-101A (Q-101A) sonobuoys for the U.S. Naval Antisubmarine Forces under a subcontract worth $14.5 million as a component of the ERAPSCO joint venture.