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January 31st, 2007

Sofradir drives €23 million sensor project

Abstract:
Imalogic is one of 30 micro and nanotechnology, and embedded system-on-chip projects that Minalogic, a global competitive center for micro-smart devices, is supporting. Sofradir is taking a leading role in managing the project, scheduled for completion in 2009.

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