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August 13th, 2007

Alliance targets emerging markets with enabling technologies

Abstract:
The Value Engineering Alliance (VEA; Cambridge, MA, USA) has formed a strategic alliance with the DTI-NanoTech division of Discovery Technology International (Sarasota, FL, USA) to drive the development, implementation, and acceptance of nanopositioning systems suitable for use in addressing laboratory, industrial automation, and military/intelligence related applications. The VEA/DTI alliance makes the enabling technologies harnessed by proven machine vision, nanorobotic, and nanopositioning products available to individuals, research labs/institutes, system integrators, and OEMs involved with advanced research or the development of next-generation products in life sciences/drug discovery, medical device manufacturing, microelectronics manufacturing, lasers, photonics, fiberoptics, nanotechnology, defense/security, and similar markets.

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