TekVet is developing wireless ear tags for the monitoring the health of livestock populations.
SnapGear was a provider of Linux-based firewalls and security appliances. The firm was acquired by CyberGuard in November of 2003.
Silex provides a complete line of connectivity products for networked environments of all sizes. From inexpensive easy-to-use print servers to multi-port USB device servers, Silex products are both intelligent and intuitive. Silex also develops fingerprint reader products designed to support a variety of secure computing options.
RemoteMDx, Inc. markets and deploys offender management programs, combining global positioning system (GPS) tracking technologies, around-the-clock intervention-based monitoring capabilities and case management services. It markets, monitors and sells the TrackerPAL device. The TrackerPAL is used to monitor convicted offenders that are on probation or parole in the criminal justice system. The TrackerPAL device utilizes GPS and cellular technologies in conjunction with a monitoring center.
Established in 1983, QSI Corporation is a manufacturer of rugged operator interface and mobile data terminals for industrial OEMs and commercial vehicle systems integrators. QSI's human machine interface (HMI) and mobile data terminal (MDT) products include character and graphic terminals that are programmable, customizable, CE certified, and NEMA 4/12/13 rated.
Founded in 1971, Pertech Resources, Inc. is a privately-held U.S. corporation specializing in the custom design, development and manufacture of scanners, inkjet, impact, and direct thermal printers and printer mechanisms. Our products are widely used in the banking, gaming, money order, and kiosk markets. Pertech also offers depot-level repair and contract manufacturing services.
Mobile Optics is a global leader in mobile electronics systems technology whose main focus is on customer satisfaction through technology leadership, quality, competitive pricing and responsiveness. Unique product solutions enable previously unavailable benefits in the field of imaging. Solutions currently include rear vision cameras and side vision cameras.
MaxStream developed ZigBee wireless modules used in the manufacturing an dother industries.MaxStream was acquired Digi International
DriveSafety was founded in 1995. Originally, founded as Hyperion (Ft. Collins, CO), it merged with a Utah company and formed KQ Corporation, later renamed GlobalSim. In 2003, this Utah-based organization split into two entities: GlobalSim, focusing on crane-based simulation and military applications, and DriveSafety, focusing on automobile driving simulation and novice driver safety.