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November 10th, 2003
Developing Interface Capabilities between Nanosensors and Devices
Nanosensor companies are looking to develop easy-to-operate systems with the ability to interface between nanoscale devices, microsystems, and macrosystems to supplement human analysis of data. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, World Nanosenors Markets, reveals this industry is expected to generate 56,000 units in 2004. Total market unit shipments are expected to reach 46.1 million in 2010. Nanosensors do not have the necessary interfacing tools. Unlike wireless sensors that have Helicomm's ZigBee wireless solution which, provides the quickest and easiest method to integrate new, low-power global wireless standards.
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