NEC Display Solutions of America has recently added the 52-inch P521 LCD display to its P-Series range. This LCD display joins the 70-inch P701, the 46-inch P461, and the 40-inch P401 LCD display family from NEC. The industrial strength display is useful for rigorous and round-the-clock functioning in environments like healthcare, staging, public information, rental, and airports.
The Space Shuttle Discovery launch for the Mission STS-131 was successfully powered by the three Space Shuttle Main Engines (SSME) developed by Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne. The mission aims to provide science equipment and supplies for enabling astronauts to study the Earth better.
Logos Technologies has demonstrated the Light Weight Expeditionary Airborne Persistent Surveillance (LEAPS) system successively. The Office of Naval Research has funded the development of the LEAPS system. The light-weight LEAPS system will offer a persistent-surveillance capability to the Marine Corps and the Navy.
The Lockheed Martin engineers’ team was accorded recognition by the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) for their key role in destroying an errant U.S. satellite during 2008 to thwart it from an unpredictable and uncontrollable reentry and likely crash on the Earth.
The DefensePro 5.0 that safeguards networks against cybercriminal attacks has won the 2010 Global Product Excellence in Intrusion Detection and Prevention Solution – Customer Trust Award.
High-precision sensing technology designer and manufacturer Penny + Giles has launched the NRH280DP, a dual output contact-less rotary position sensor.
Ayonix has recently announced the ‘PalmSecure’ technology that captures the vein pattern of a user by using infrared (IR) light.
MadgeTech has recently introduced the CTL2000, a splashproof carcass temperature (CT) Lodger for measuring and recording data from a maximum of eight thermocouple channels. These thermocouples can be positioned in different parts of the meat carcass to offer an overall temperature profile.
Sofradir and FLIR Systems will jointly develop new-generation camera cores and dual-band detectors for making thermal cameras with advanced capabilities for commercial and military applications.
Symphony tCGM System of Echo Therapeutics, Inc. has been listed in one of Scientific American’s online article.
A technology that will enable space vehicles in the future to dock easily with the International Space Station is under development by NASA contractors and engineers for the last two years.
Australia’s first Masimo Patient SafetyNet System was recently installed the John Hunter Children's Hospital in New South Wales by Masimo. Masimo has invented the Measure-Through Motion and the Low Perfusion pulse oximetry.
3e Technologies International, the subsidiary of EF Johnson Technologies, has received additional incremental $2.4 million funding for two contracts of the U.S. Navy. The $1.6 million first funding increment relates to supply of the virtual perimeter monitoring system (VPMS) to the Navy and is under the $48 contract announced by 3e Technologies in October 2008.
A $1.1 million award was approved to the University of Cincinnati (UC), Riehl Engineering and YSI Inc. by the Ohio Third Frontier Commission for an ‘Advanced Modified Carbon Nonotube-Based Nutrient Sensor’ project.
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems has directed an 81mm Air-Dropped Guided Mortar (ADM) onto a stationary ground target successfully.