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Measurement Specialties Recognized by John Deere for Fluid Property Sensors

Measurement Specialties, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of sensors and sensor-based systems, announced today that MEAS has been selected as a recipient of the John Deere Supplier Innovation Award for 2012. The award is presented to a select group of suppliers who have demonstrated innovation in a product or service they provide to John Deere.

Award selections are based on four factors, including creativity, feasibility, collaboration, and bottom-line impact. John Deere created the supplier innovation awards in 2010 to promote innovation in the company's supply base and recognize suppliers who think creatively.

MEAS supplies a variety of sensors to John Deere, but is being recognized for its Fluid Property Sensors which monitor the condition and quality of oils, lubricants, fuels and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) to determine their condition and quality during engine and vehicle operation.

Bruno Patissier, MEAS' Engine and Vehicle Market Vertical Manager, commented, "John Deere has been a key customer of the Company for many years. We are pleased to receive this award and be recognized for our sensing technology and product innovations. We look forward to continued growth and success in the development of sensing technologies in support of John Deere's needs."

Source: http://www.meas-spec.com

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