Identa has dispatched its new Ammonium Test kits, known as EX377, to contacts including GE, Naval EOD Technology Division, ATF, and TSA and some contacts in the testing sites of the U.S. Army.
Avionics provider FreeFlight Systems has announced the selection of its 1203 WAAS GPS receiver by the FAA for the latter’s ADS-B testing in the state of Alaska.
MISTRAS Group, Inc. and Florida Power & Light Company have jointly developed an online monitoring system, which can be used for detecting the vane cracking in the mid-compressor stators of GE 7FA combustion turbines.
Amplification Technologies Inc. (ATI), a subsidiary of PowerSafe Technology Corporation, has tied up with El-Gev Electronics Ltd. to distribute and market the entire range of discrete amplification (DA) devices of ATI in Israel.
The last siesmic gap left in the South American continent plate boundary is being monitored by the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences since 2006 at the Chile-based Integrated Plate Boundary Observatory (IPOC).
The SWE Common standard is utilized to describe static files or dynamic data, along with data streaming data in the real-time environment, inputs and outputs for web services, processes, and data subsets.
MEMSIC, a top-ranking solution provider in the MEMS sensing industry, has finished constructing a manufacturing plant with an R&D Center in the Wuxi region of China.
Animetrics Inc., a leading company in the field of sophisticated face biometric technology, has been named as the subcontractor to Stanley Inc. for developing an enhanced facial recognition surveillance system for the U.S. Army.
Animetrics will offer the latest enhancements in the field of 3D facial processing to the DOD including tools for face identification and the required utilities for the national defence community.
Animetrics Inc., a provider of face recognizing biometric solutions, has been awarded patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The patents are titled ‘Generation of Image Database for Multifeatured Objects,’ ‘Facial Recognition System and Method,’ and ‘Viewpoint-Invariant Image Matching and Generation of 3D Models from 2D Imagery.’ These patents are based on breakthrough technologies that are revolutionizing face biometric-based applications in the domain of surveillance, security, and computer vision.
Lockheed Martin (LM) has been awarded a three-year contract valued at $36.8 million by the U.S. Army to support the Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Vision Sensor TADS/PNVS (M-TADS/PNVS) and TADS/PNVS systems for Arizona Support Center’s AH-64 Apache helicopters. The Arizona Support Center is responsible for the induction, refurbishing and modification of legacy PNVS/TADS systems for incorporation into M-TADS/PNVS.
Radiation detection device manufacturer PartTec has entered into an agreement with Oak Ridge National Laboratory of the Department of Energy to produce and market the latter’s state-of-the-art neutron detection device.
InDevR’s ampliPHOX Calorimetric Detection Technology is currently under beta site testing for an impending product launch. The Boulder-based University of Colarado had licensed the related intellectual property (IP) to InDevR.
Texas Advanced Optoelectronic Solutions, Inc. (TAOS) has recently launched its initial range of state-of-the-art proximity detection and digital ambient light sensors (ALS). TAOS, a leading worldwide provider of digital ALS for the HDTV and smartphone markets, has designed the product range to enable manufacturers of consumer electronics products produce novel product designs. Besides this, the device range would also feature improved battery life and improved energy efficiency for next generation green electronic gadgets. These devices obviate the requirement to utilize plastic or glass before the sensor or drill holes in the product display, frame, or bezel so that light is able to reach the sensors.
Ongoing clinical trials by BodyMedia Inc. have revealed that individuals who tried out its wearable body-monitoring technology have achieved three times more weight loss as compared to individuals who did not use this technology. Outcomes of the company’s initial four-month trial studying the effect of its body-monitoring systems on weight reduction, pioneered by BodyMedia, were revealed during the recent 29th Annual International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA) Trade Show and Convention.