Sept. 13, 2012
Flexpoint Sensor Systems
, Inc. (OTCBB: FLXT) today disclosed details on a standardized electronics board that makes Bend Sensor® technology immediately compatible with a range of computers and systems.
Many applications, particularly in the automotive industry, use computers that are set to receive a certain type of electronic signal. Flexpoint has developed a standardized electronics board that adapts the Bend Sensor's signal to a wide range of these computers and other components. As a result, engineers from partner companies can use the board to interface components that use Bend Sensor technology with their existing systems for evaluation and prior to integration with their systems.
One of Flexpoint's key objectives in developing a wide variety of commercial products was to streamline the integration process, and this standardized board is just one example of the methods that have been discovered to simplify that process.
Now, as Flexpoint develops partnerships with industry experts to help generate more sales, Bend Sensor technology can be an easy to integrate solution for cost cutting, streamlining and innovation.
"Ease of integration is a primary concern for companies across virtually every industry," said Flexpoint CEO
. "With this board and our array of integration techniques and solutions, we strengthen our case when we pursue new clients. Our partners have always been attracted to the cost savings, streamlining and innovation made possible by our sensor, and now those benefits are easier than ever to confirm."
Flexpoint Sensor Systems (FLXT) is a leading supplier of thin film sensing technology to many industries, including automotive, medical, industrial controls, and consumer products.
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