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Capital Region startup and Swiss-based parent company announce the U.S release of HG_Flow. New software aids in protection of critical infrastructure and can support semiconductor manufacturing and nanotechnology research in New York's Tech Valley.

HyGie-Tech USA Releases Software for High-Tech Manufacturing as President Obama Visits New York’s Tech Valley

Albany, NY | Posted on May 7th, 2012

HyGie-Tech USA (Albany, NY) and parent company HyGie-Tech SA (Lausanne Switzerland) today announced the U.S. release of HG_Flow, unique software that improves semiconductor, nanotechnology, and pharmaceutical manufacturing capabilities. By simulating the risks posed by airborne contamination, HG_Flow also supports the protection of critical infrastructure and will enable facilities to adopt better engineering practices and achieve significant cost savings.

Airborne contamination can disrupt high-tech manufacturing processes, affect public spaces, and harm human health. The intentional or accidental release of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRN) or other hazardous materials pose economic, security and safety risks to government and industry alike. HG_Flow software is designed to address these risks and support the type of high-tech manufacturing activity growing in New York's Tech Valley.

How HG_Flow Works

HG_Flow uses risk-oriented computational fluid dynamics (roCFD) to create powerful graphical models that illustrate airflow patterns inside a facility. The software also shows where CBRN contaminants might land if released within critical infrastructure, or high-tech manufacturing environments. Preparedness and risk management teams can then use HG_Flow's in-depth analysis to develop detailed response and risk mitigation plans.

HyGie-Tech USA and New York's Tech Valley

"We are part of a growing sector of advanced technology companies that are locating and expanding here in the Capital Region that support semiconductor manufacturing and nanotechnology research," said Bob Domenici, HyGie-Tech USA's President and CEO. "Modeling and analysis technologies, which help bring products such as computer chips to market faster, go hand-in-hand with any effort to spur manufacturing, which will be a central part of the President's message when he visits the region on Tuesday."

Domenici added, "we're very excited to be making this announcement about the launch of HG_Flow in the US and pleased to have our Swiss partners here - who have enjoyed much success in European markets - to celebrate this achievement with us as we prepare to make this technology widely available here in the US."

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About HyGie-Tech USA
HyGie-Tech USA is a software-based modeling and simulation company that offers risk management and assessment services using its HG_Flow® software, a high performance, risk-oriented modeling system for preparedness, protection and response planning against the threat of airborne contamination in pharmaceutical manufacturing, critical infrastructure protection, biochemical laboratories, hospitals, and cleanroom applications.

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Alan M. Evans
HyGie-Tech USA
518.487.4711

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