RESEARCH TRIANGLE, N.C. -- CJ Scarlet, president of Tiger Eye Sensor, Inc., has been selected to attend the Women Leaders for the World (WLW) leadership education program for those working to achieve gender equity around the world. Scarlet will be lending her perspective as a survivor of a sexual assault who has turned her experience into a lifelong mission of prevention and victim advocacy, including developing the Tiger Eye Security Sensor (TESS), an innovative wearable personal security device.
Friday, January 30, 2015
SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Integrated Biometrics, developers of the world’s smallest and lightest FBI-compliant fingerprint scanners, continues to share its extensive up-to-date knowledgebase of technology trends and challenges for the enrollment verification industry via the first in a series of podcasts available on the company’s Connect page at www.IntegratedBiometrics.com/connect. The podcasts feature four members of the Integrated Biometrics leadership team: Steve Thies, CEO; Mike Grimes, President; Fred Frye, CTO; and the company's Business Development Executive and Strategic Advisor Tom Buss.
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Innovative creative services agency The Marketing Machine (theMmachine.com) is in the process of launching the second phase of a comprehensive rebranding project for the Wake County Bar Association (WCBA). Some of the pieces delivered so far include a Messaging Document, outlining the 2400 member organization’s value proposition, a new logo and color palette, and new marketing collateral including a newsletter, email elements, and signage for member luncheons.
Myers Bigel Attorney Vernon Guthrie Named President of Triangle Intellectual Property Law Association
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Vernon Guthrie, attorney with Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec, P.A. (Myers Bigel), has been named President of the Triangle Intellectual Property Law Association (TIPLA). The largest independent patent law firm in North Carolina continues its strong support of TIPLA, which includes nine attorneys as members of the organization and additional past leadership of attorney Ken Sibley who recently served as President-Elect; Alice Bonnen, past Treasurer; and Scott Moore, past President.
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Newly Introduced VAMPIRE™ Tactical Forensic Device Features Sherlock Fingerprint Scanner from Integrated Biometrics
SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Integrated Biometrics (IntegratedBiometrics.com), developer of the world’s smallest and lightest FBI-certified fingerprint scanners, is pleased to announce that it’s lightweight, compact, and durable Appendix F mobile ID fingerprint sensor Sherlock has been successfully integrated into the powerful new VAMPIRE™ tactical forensic device from Booz Allen Hamilton. Sherlock helps enable VAMPIRE to conduct real-time forensic collection and analysis in field in real-time, performing fast, accurate, live fingerprint identification and working with VAMPIRE’s latent print system to perform matching analysis in just seconds.
AMSTERDAM, NL -- Ultimaker, a leading 3D printer manufacturer, announces the launch of the Ultimaker² Go and Ultimaker² Extended, two cutting-edge desktop 3D printers, pre-order from March 2015 and available from April 2015. Built with premium parts and materials, these 3D printers bring imagination to life with high definition printing technology. The new Ultimaker² Go and Ultimaker² Extended follow the success of the top-rated Ultimaker², which was awarded best in shootout 2015 from Make Magazine and best consumer product at the 3D Printshow global awards 2014.
CALUMET, MI -- In 1968, Calumet Electronics Corporation was founded with the primary purpose of creating local, family-sustaining jobs, when local copper mining began closing and unemployment skyrocketed. Since then, the company has grown into a leading manufacturer of high-performance printed circuit boards (PCBs). Although Calumet products are found all over the world, 100% of them are proudly manufactured in Michigan. Calumet designs, builds and delivers high performance PCBs with high-demand life cycle and survivability. Its customers design and manufacture systems for industrial controls, energy, life support, medical devices, avionics, aerospace and defense. In an industry that has largely moved to China or other low-cost regions of the world, Calumet Electronics remains a major domestic competitor in its field.