Brewer Science will highlight its groundbreaking work in the flexible hybrid manufacturing sector at NextFlex Innovation Opening Day on August 31, 2016, in San Jose, California. The event is expected to be another platform for Brewer Science to showcase its ultrafast, high-performance sensors, which contain a carbon nanotechnology design that allows a sensor to indicate a change in less than 250 milliseconds.
The potential applications for Brewer Science sensors in everyday life is extraordinary – from human performance monitoring, to preserving energy in our homes and businesses, to providing industrial and natural resources environmental feedback.
“We are excited about the revolutionary advancements we are making in flexible hybrid manufacturing and are looking forward to showcasing our revolutionary sensors at NextFlex,” said Dan Brewer, Executive Director of Emerging Technology Advancement. “With 35 years of technology breakthroughs behind us, we are constantly reaching into the future to create and manufacture new technology that is changing the way we live, including how we communicate, conserve energy, improve safety, provide better health care, and defend our nation.”
Brewer Science, a founding member of NextFlex, is a national leader in the flexible hybrid manufacturing sector, producing new sensors and electronics leveraged to advance the semiconductor industry.
Dr. Terry Brewer, founder of Brewer Science, has been instrumental in achieving national support for advanced manufacturing and the semiconductor industry. Last year, he was a leading supporter of the Revitalize American Manufacturing and Innovation Act, bipartisan legislation sponsored by U.S. Senators Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) and Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio). This legislation achieved Congressional approval and the law is now laying the groundwork for a new network of advanced manufacturing sectors to ensure the US is positioned as a leader in flexible hybrid manufacturing.
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