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Headwall Expands Executive Leadership Team

With High-Growth Markets, Donald Battistoni Hired to Lead Worldwide Sales & Marketing

Bolton, MA – May 8, 2019 – Headwall Photonics, Inc., the industry leader in turnkey hyperspectral and multispectral imaging solutions and spectral instrumentation, announced today that Donald Battistoni has joined the Headwall team as Vice President, Sales & Marketing. Don will be responsible for leading and developing Headwall’s entire commercial organization. As a member of the executive team, Don will report to Headwall CEO David Bannon and drive customer engagement strategy.

Donald_Battistoni_01“I am excited to join Headwall’s talented and entrepreneurial team to help build on their foundation of innovation and realize the potential our unique technology offers in our core markets,” said Battistoni.

“Headwall’s hyperspectral imaging products already play a key role in these markets by providing meaningful and actionable data across a wide application space.”

Don arrives at Headwall with more than 25 years of successful leadership in recruiting, developing, and managing worldwide sales teams. He most recently served as Vice President, Worldwide Sales, Marketing & Service at Zygo® Corporation. Don helped guide Zygo through its acquisition by AMETEK®, Inc. in 2014 and with his leadership, Zygo set company records in 2018 for revenues and profitability.

David Bannon, CEO of Headwall commented, “Don has a strong history of building and managing highly successful sales and marketing teams throughout his career. He brings significant experience with end-users, OEM customers, and channel partners around the world, and that experience will jump-start the our ability to capture sales opportunies, while facilitating scale-up of our business operations.”

Don received a degree in optical engineering and a certificate of management studies from the University of Rochester and will be based at Headwall’s headquarters in Bolton, Massachusetts.

About Headwall
Headwall Photonics is a leading designer and manufacturer of spectral instrumentation for remote sensing, advanced machine vision, medical/biotech, and government/defense markets. With a worldwide base of end-user and OEM customers, Headwall enjoys a market leadership position through the design and manufacture of spectral solutions that are customized for application-specific performance. The Company is based in Massachusetts where it has two locations (Bolton and Fitchburg). European operations (Headwall BVBA) are located near Brussels, Belgium. www.headwallphotonics.com

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For more information, please contact:
Ross Nakatsuji
Headwall Marketing Communications
580 Main Street
Bolton, Massachusetts 01740
Tel: +1-978-353-4051
E-Mail: rnakatsuji@headwallphotonics.com

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Headwall Hires Christian Felsheim as Bus Dev & OEM Account Manager

Headwall Further Building Hyperspectral Imaging Business in Europe

Bolton, MA – December 19, 2018 – Further enhancing business operations in Europe, Headwall Photonics, a world leader in turnkey hyperspectral imaging platforms and instrumentation, announced today that Christian Felsheim has joined the sales team as Business Development and OEM Account Manager for the European region. Throughout his career, Christian has focused on transforming powerful, complex technology into customer value.
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“I look forward to working with my colleague, Francesco Beccari, European Sales Manager, to greatly expand Headwall’s presence in Europe and to help customers solve the issues they face,” said Felsheim.

“Headwall has the perfect combination of unique and powerful technology, world-class manufacturing, and experts who are up to the challenge of designing and implementing solutions for customers across our core markets of advanced machine vision, remote sensing, medical-biotech, and defense.”

Christian brings scientific and industrial imaging experience, having previously served as Department Head at Hortmann AG and Sensomotoric Instruments where he launched eye-tracking technology for a variety of diagnostics, and as Sales Manager for Sensovation, a leading manufacturer of deep-cooled scientific cameras for endoscopy and OEM customers in Europe and the US.

Christian also served as Head of OEM Sales at Andor Technology, extending the company’s reach into the life science and machine vision markets, and later joined JAI A/S, a manufacturer of area and linescan cameras for machine vision, food sorting, and intelligent traffic systems (ITS) as VP Sales EMEA.

Christian holds a Diplom in Neurobiology and Computer Science from the University of Tübingen, a Vordiplom in Biology from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, and a Business Administration and Management certificate from ILM.

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About Headwall
Headwall Photonics is a leading designer and manufacturer of spectral instrumentation for remote sensing, advanced machine vision, medical/biotech, and government/defense markets. With a worldwide base of end-user and OEM customers, Headwall enjoys a market leadership position through the design and manufacture of spectral solutions that are customized for application-specific performance. The Company is based in Massachusetts where it has two locations (Bolton and Fitchburg). European operations (Headwall BVBA) are located near Brussels, Belgium. www.headwallphotonics.com

For more information, please contact:
Ross Nakatsuji
Headwall Marketing Communications
580 Main Street
Bolton, Massachusetts 01740
Tel: +1-978-353-4051
E-Mail: rnakatsuji@headwallphotonics.com

Christopher Calling Appointed to Headwall Board of Directors

Christopher Van Veen | Jun 29, 2018 12:40:02 PM | ExpansionBoard of Directors

Brings 25+ Years of Technical Sales & Marketing Experience to Headwall

BOLTON, MA, JUNE 29, 2018 – Headwall has elected Christopher Calling to Headwall’s Board of Directors, effective immediately. Mr. Calling brings to Headwall a very strong focus on customer strategy development and the sales & marketing of high performance spectral instrumentation in application areas of high growth and technology adoption. 

As one of the original founders of Andor Technology Ltd (Belfast, Northern Ireland), Mr. Calling was instrumental in building and driving Andor’s worldwide annual revenue in excess of $150 million.   During this time, he served as President of the Americas and global sales director. He was also responsible for the development and implementation of Andor’s global sales, marketing, and OEM partnership strategies within the spectroscopy and imaging market.

Chris also served as a Board member at Andor for more than 10 years. In addition to sales and marketing leadership, Chris helped drive the company’s M&A activity through multiple acquisitions.   

Headwall CEO David Bannon pointed to Calling’s background as valuable in contributing to the Company’s strong outlook going forward: “Across all of our markets, we are seeing an ever-broadening array of applications requiring Headwall’s spectral instrumentation and solutions.  Chris has valuable experience in scaling organizations with high rates of growth.  I am looking forward to working with him as a Headwall Board member and taking advantage of his 25 years of industry experience to continue delivering on Headwall’s vision.”

Chris Calling stated, “Headwall is an incredibly talented company with exceptional market and application experience.  The proven ability to deploy advanced spectral solutions not only for data acquisition but for data exploitation is a clear differentiator for customers that will drive profitable growth.  I am very excited to work with the Headwall team.”


About Headwall

Headwall Photonics is a leading designer and manufacturer of spectral instrumentation for remote sensing, advanced machine vision, medical/biotech, and government/defense markets. With a worldwide base of end-user and OEM customers, Headwall enjoys a market leadership position through the design and manufacture of spectral solutions that are customized for application-specific performance. The Company is based in Massachusetts where it has two locations (Bolton and Fitchburg). European operations (Headwall BVBA) are located near Brussels, Belgium.

For more information about Headwall, please contact:

Christopher Van Veen, Headwall Marketing

580 Main Street

Bolton, Massachusetts 01740

978-353-4051

cvanveen@headwallphotonics.com

Headwall Integrates Hyperspectral and LiDAR Aboard UAV Platforms

Enabling Remote Sensing Capabilities From Civil Infrastructure Inspection to Crop Monitoring

BOLTON, MA, JUNE 11 – Headwall has introduced advanced sensor payloads consisting of hyperspectral sensors and LIDAR for deployment on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) platforms.  Through the fusion of spectral imaging data and 3D LIDAR output, Headwall continues to provide new industry-leading capabilities for addressing critical remote sensing applications ranging from civil and military infrastructure inspection to crop science applications requiring discrete solutions for crop monitoring.   The Headwall payload consists of a Hyperspec® spectral imager, a LIDAR unit, a UAV, a high-performance GPS/IMU, and the associated software for data acquisition and workflow processing for exploitation.  The combination of hyperspectral and LiDAR is especially powerful because the entire data set can be acquired on inexpensive UAV platforms with both sensor instruments operating simultaneously. Headwall’s software will allow for the control of both instruments, utilize the Digital Elevation Map for image creation, and allow for the merging of spectral datasets with the 3D point cloud.

UAV-deploymentAs instruments get smaller and lighter and UAVs get more robust and powerful, Headwall’s integrated airborne packages are designed for low-altitude, high precision flight for applications where high spectral and spatial resolution is required. Headwall’s focus is on integrating these sensor modalities and providing the necessary image workflow analysis for data exploitation.  “We continue to lead the industry with these integrated solutions that are based on solving costly problems for our customers,” said Headwall CEO David Bannon. “Hyperspectral sensing is in high demand right now, and Headwall continues to lead the industry with enabling data acquisition platforms as well as data exploitation and interpretation software,” said Bannon.

“We continue to lead the industry with these integrated solutions that are based on solving costly problems for our customers,” said Headwall CEO David Bannon. “Hyperspectral sensing is in high demand right now, and Headwall continues to lead the industry with enabling data acquisition platforms as well as data exploitation and interpretation software,” said Bannon.

Recognizing the growing market and need for LIDAR within remote sensing, David Bannon stated that “the fusion of LIDAR and hyperspectral imaging represents a key enabling technology for many remote sensing applications from civil infrastructure inspection to crop monitoring. With many years of experience, we are delighted to closely work with all of the leading LIDAR manufacturers in the industry to bring these capabilities to market.”

Headwall’s successful implementation of hyperspectral and LiDAR also involves a high-performance GPS/IMU, which collects both geographical data (the GPS) and roll/pitch/yaw information from the UAV (the IMU). This data as well as LiDAR and hyperspectral information is stored aboard Headwall’s small Nano-Hyperspec®, which includes a 500GB solid-state drive within its enclosure. Combined, the entire data set will represent a geo-rectified point cloud consisting of fused spectral and LIDAR output, which will be an industry first.


About Headwall

Headwall Photonics is a leading designer and manufacturer of spectral imaging instrumentation for remote sensing, advanced machine vision, medical/biotech, and government/defense markets. Headwall’s high-performance Hyperspec® instruments have been selected by end-user corporations, OEMs, and universities around the world who demand high spectral and spatial resolution performance. Headwall enjoys a market leadership position through the design and manufacture of spectral instrumentation that is customized for application-specific performance. The Company is based in Massachusetts where it has two locations (Bolton and Fitchburg). European operations (Headwall BVBA) are located near Brussels, Belgium.

GHGSat Satellite Deploys Headwall’s Micro-Hyperspec Imaging Sensor On Claire, a LEO Satellite for Green House Gas Emissions Monitoring

Micro-Hyperspec Provides Clouds and Aerosol Data to Support Carbon Dioxide and Methane Monitoring

Bolton, MA, March 8, 2017Headwall’s compact and light Micro-Hyperspec is a hardened Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) imaging sensor now deployed on Claire, a small low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellite produced and launched by GHGSat (Montreal, PQ Canada). At an altitude of 512km in a sun-synchronous polar orbit, the satellite collects high-resolution image data that targets greenhouse gas (GHG) and air quality gas (AQG) emissions at industrial sites around the globe.

GHG_sat.jpgWith a robust sensor design focused on performance in harsh environments, Headwall’s Micro-Hyperspec operates at the Visible-Near-Infrared (VNIR) range of 400-1000nm with very high spectral and spatial resolution.

Having just completed its 500th measurement, the work undertaken by GHGSat and the Claire satellite is extremely beneficial in broadening the amount of environmental data that researchers can use to monitor carbon-based emissions from industrial sites. Site owners can also monitor emissions themselves by accessing data from GHGSat, anywhere on the globe and in near real-time.

Hyperspectral imaging technology, also known as imaging spectroscopy, provides a highly resolved view of earth monitoring at ranges far beyond the visible and across hundreds of spectral bands. A sensor proven for military/defense applications, Headwall’s Micro-Hyperspec is small, light, and robust spectral imager for LEO satellite use.

“GHGSat’s mission is to become the global reference for remote sensing of greenhouse gas (GHG) and air quality gas (AQG) emissions using our satellite technology,” said GHGSat President, CEO Stephane Germain. “We use the Micro-Hyperspec from Headwall to collect high-resolution image data in the VNIR range to support cloud and aerosol detection.”

GHGSat represents the latest commercial satellite payload for Headwall. “Small, commercial satellites such as GHGSat represent an important remote sensing tool for researchers,” said Headwall CEO David Bannon. “Breaking from the traditional high cost, high risk space development, Headwall’s performance and affordability are unmatched for these small-sat programs, and we’re very proud to be aboard GHGSat’s Claire satellite.” Fundamental to all Headwall solutions is a patented sensor design that maximizes spectral and spatial resolution and signal throughput while minimizing image aberrations across a wide field of view.

The Micro-Hyperspec sensor is small and light enough so that it can be one of several instruments on a nano-satellite. In addition to VNIR, Micro-Hyperspec is available in SWIR, NIR, and Extended VNIR versions.

 

About Headwall Photonics

Headwall Photonics is a leading designer and manufacturer of hyperspectral imaging spectrometers and spectral instrumentation for industrial, commercial, and government markets. Headwall’s high-performance instruments are in use by end-user corporations, OEMs, and universities around the world. Headwall enjoys a market leadership position through the design and manufacture of spectral instrumentation that is customized for application-specific performance.

For information about Headwall, contact:

Mr. Chris Van Veen, Headwall Photonics, Inc.

580 Main Street, Bolton, Massachusetts 01740 USA

Tel: +1 978-353-4051

http://www.headwallphotonics.com

Email: cvanveen@headwallphotonics.com

 

About GHGSat

GHGSat has built and launched the world’s first satellite capable of monitoring greenhouse gas (GHG) and air quality gas (AQG) emissions from any industrial site in the world. GHGSat’s novel technology will enable GHG and AQG measurement with better accuracy at a fraction of the cost of comparable alternatives. Owners of industrial facilities anywhere in the world and in near real-time will be able to monitor all of their facilities, local or remote, with a common technology. Significantly improved data collection technologies will enable industries to better measure, control, and ultimately reduce emissions of GHGs and AQGs.

For information about GHGSat, contact:

Mr. Stephane Germain, GHGSat

3981 St-Laurent, Suite 500, Montreal, Quebec

CANADA H2W 1Y5

Tel: +1-514-847-9474

http://www.ghgsat.com

Email: info@ghgsat.com

Headwall Opens New Facility in Bolton, Massachusetts

Headwall Photonics has expanded to a new, larger facility in the Boston metropolitan area. The location at 580 Main Street in Bolton allows the Company to expand its engineering, sales, and marketing capabilities in response to increasing demand for its spectral imaging solutions. Headwall's core markets include remote sensing, advanced machine vision, and medical/biotech.Bolton is located about 35 miles west of Boston, which is a global center of technology, academia, and medical research.

Bolton_580_Main_Street.jpgThe Bolton location will complement Headwall's existing facility in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, where Headwall produces its holographic diffraction gratings. These highly engineered optical elements are used to manage reflected light; Headwall sells these gratings and integrated sub assemblies to OEMs around the world. Because of this core technology focus, Headwall's spectral imaging sensors are exceptionally precise and feature aberration-corrected performance, a wide field of view, high SNR, and low stray light. These are

important characteristics in remote sensing, advanced machine vision, and medical applications where resolution and imaging precision are crucial."Headwall has established a leadership position in its core markets," said CEO David Bannon.  "Enhancing our infrastructure capabilities with this new facility plan allows for operational expansion and the growth of our technology.”  The location near Boston also gives Headwall greater breadth and depth across all facets of its business. “With Headwall’s focus on delivering spectral imaging solutions, we are looking to expand the Company’s engineering and sales to build a dynamic team of professionals," concluded Bannon.

In addition to Bolton and Fitchburg in Massachusetts, Headwall BVBA operates in Brussels, Belgium.

Headwall’s Hyperspec® Fluorescence Sensor Features Industry-Best Combination of Resolution, Size, and Weight

Small, Lightweight Imaging Sensor For Remote Sensing Applications

Fitchburg, MA, January 24, 2016 — Headwall has responded to market demand for a spectral imaging sensor that collects chlorophyll fluorescence (CF) data vital to understanding plant and crop photosynthesis. Applications such as crop science and climatology will benefit from this new instrument, which features industry-best size, weight, and resolution specifications (0.25nm). Other important specifications include SNR of 680:1 and 1,600 spatial pixels.

without_golf_ball_small.jpgThe sensor collects image data at extremely high resolution across the chlorophyll fluorescence emission spectrum from 670 to 780nm. This allows both the important ‘Oxygen-A’ and ‘Oxygen-B’ bands (O2-A and O2-B) to be exploited for more accurate insight into photosynthetic processes. The sensor uses an all-reflective approach and Headwall’s own precise diffraction gratings, mean­ing high signal-to-noise performance vital to capturing scientific-grade data across this critical spectral range.

The rapidly evolving need for food and biofuels on a global scale was a driver for the development of the new sensor, said Headwall CEO David Bannon. “We see that crop photosynthesis modeling is much less accurate than it needs to be, and our new sensor provides more scientific data for these important indices than anything on the market today.” Dr. Lawrence Corp of NASA noted the value of Headwall’s new instrument as a key element of his research efforts: “Since Chlorophyll fluorescence signals are relatively weak, a small and light imaging sensor that can collect this data at very high resolution is a game-changer for us when it comes to learning more about our global ecosystems.” 

The new sensor is small and light enough for use aboard many of today’s commercial available UAVs, and it can also be used aboard aircraft and satellites. The sensor weighs about 6kg (13 lb.) and its footprint measures 300x200x200mm (12” x 8” x 8”).

 

The Hyperspec Fluorescence sensor is available for delivery 8-12 weeks after order.

About Headwall Photonics

Headwall Photonics is a leading designer and manufacturer of hyperspectral imaging spectrometers and spectral instrumentation for industrial, commercial, and government markets. Headwall’s high performance instruments have been selected by end-user corporations, OEMs, and universities around the world. Headwall enjoys a market leadership position through the design and manufacture of spectral instrumentation that is customized for application-specific performance.

For information about Headwall, contact:

Mr. Chris Van Veen, Headwall Photonics, Inc.

601 River Street, Fitchburg, Massachusetts USA     

Tel: +1 978-353-4051                

http://www.headwallphotonics.com

Email: cvanveen@headwallphotonics.com

Headwall’s Spectral Imaging Sensors Aid Brain Cancer Surgery

Within Surgical Operating Suite, Hyperspec® Sensors Delineate Tumor Margins For Surgeons

Fitchburg, MA, March 8, 2016 — A European Union medical consortium has successfully deployed advanced hyperspectral imaging technology from Headwall in a brain cancer surgical trial that allows doctors to easily visualize the presence of hard to detect cancer tissue in the brain.  Hyperspectral imaging presents an advanced, highly resolved view of brain tissue, allowing doctors to very accurately discriminate between healthy and cancerous tissue in a non-invasive manner based on the chemical composition of the tissue.  

brain_tumor.jpgHyperspectral Imaging Cancer Detection (HELICoiD) is built around utilizing Headwall’s Hyperspec® sensors to deliver high spatial and spectral resolution, aberration-corrected imaging so that neurosurgeons can identify brain tumor margins for resection in real time.

“We are very excited about the success we have achieved thus far using Headwall’s Hyperspec instruments,” said Dr. Gustavo Marrero Callico, HELICoiD Program Manager and Associate Professor at University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.  “Distinguishing between normal and cancerous brain tissue is very difficult, which meant looking at new imaging techniques that could resolve those differences with a high degree of specificity. Headwall delivered exceptional spectral imaging technology and provided a solid basis for project collaboration and dialogue.”

Acquiring the valuable spectral data for the HELICoiD team were sensors operating in both the visible & near infrared spectral regions. “This Hyperspec® technology is extremely useful in demarcation of the specific tumor margins for surgical resection,” said Headwall CEO David Bannon. “It also results in a much more positive outcome for the patient as the neurosurgeon now has a visual spectral imaging technique for safely minimizing the amount of tissue to remove. Headwall is very pleased to be at the forefront of a medical program that took our technology and delivered astounding results.”

Additional integration work is underway now to move this technology forward and into additional trials worldwide.

Headwall Introduces Ultra-Compact Data System for UAVs

Enabling Sensor Data Fusion, HyperCore™ Connects Multiple Hyperspectral Sensors and Other Payload Instruments

Fitchburg, MA, February 11, 2016 — Headwall Photonics, Inc., the leading provider of spectral imaging solutions, has introduced a new, powerful data processing unit specifically designed for UAV airborne applications requiring sensor fusion. The small size and weight of HyperCore combined with its powerful data processing and high capacity storage connections offers the industry’s only processing platform for fusing hyperspectral sensing data with many other sensor payloads on the aircraft.

Ultra_HDPU_with_coin_small.jpgUtilizing Hyperspec III, Headwall’s powerful spectral imaging application software, HyperCore™ serves as the central connection point for remote-sensing instruments such as multiple hyperspectral sensors, LiDAR, thermal cameras, RGB instruments, GPS/IMU units, and many more.

Designed for harsh airborne environments and only the size and weight of a Rubik’s Cube, HyperCore stores 500GB of incoming airborne data and features two Gigabit Ethernet connections, one base CameraLink connection, and a multi-purpose I/O port to handle GPS/INS, sensor commands, etc. Depending on the instruments being connected, Headwall supplies HyperCore with the necessary Hyperspec III software modules to provide a comprehensive operational platform. HyperCore is the industry’s first true data processing hub specifically designed for use aboard today’s small and light UAVs.

“Headwall leads the industry in developing hardware and software solutions for remote sensing applications,” said CEO David Bannon. “The convergence of small UAVs and the need for different but complementary instruments such as LiDAR, GPS, thermal, and others led us to develop a single point of fusion for the data streams from each instrument.” HyperCore puts a focus on managing and synthesizing the data streams that are so crucial for developing imagery in remote sensing applications. “A precision agriculturalist wants to know if there is an invasive disease posing a threat to his crops,” continued Bannon. “HyperCore gives the user community a processing solution for managing those data streams in a small and light UAV-friendly package.” The product weighs only 1.4 pounds (0.64 kg), measures 3.5” x 3.0” x 3.0”, and draws only 12W. It is designed to work with Headwall’s Hyperspec® family of sensors, plus a wide range of instruments by notable third-party vendors.

Pricing of HyperCore depends on the software configurations chosen; delivery is 4-6 weeks ARO.

Headwall Names Five New Reseller Organizations

Christopher Van Veen | Jan 28, 2016 2:28:55 PM | Sales

Fitchburg, MA, January 28, 2016 -- Headwall Photonics is responding to significant growth in its core market segments by naming five new sales representative organizations. These companies are leaders in providing advanced instrumentation solutions to the remote sensing, advanced machine vision, government/defense, and biotech/medical markets in their respective geographies. Headwall's hyperspectral imaging sensors are used in applications as diverse as airborne precision agriculture, environmental monitoring, geological research, food inspection, reconnaissance missions, and cancer-tissue analysis. 

"These five companies represent outstanding sales engineering expertise across our core markets," said Tom Breen, Headwall's Director of Global Sales. Headwall's award-winning Hyperspec® family of sensors provide high-resolution imaging performance across the UV-VIS, VNIR, Extended VNIR, NIR, and SWIR spectral ranges using advanced aberration-corrected optics technology. Advantages include a wide field of view, high spatial and spectral resolution, high signal-to-noise, and low stray light.

In Canada, Spectra Research Corporation will represent Headwall for remote sensing and defense opportunities while Integrys will handle advanced machine vision applications. Both companies are based in Mississauga, Ontario. Focusing on remote sensing in the Netherlands, Headwall's representative will be Inventech. In Finland, Kvalitest Nordic Oy will represent the Company for remote sensing applications. Finally, specific DoD opportunities in the United States will be handled by T3TEC LLC of Huntsville, AL.

"We are very proud to welcome these highly respected companies to the Headwall sales family," said Mr. Breen. "All of them have the technical background necessary to quickly respond to market demands with application-specific, turnkey solutions."

 

 

 

About Integrys

Integrys is the trusted source of embedded computing, imaging technology, engineering know-how. For Headwall, Integrys will be covering advanced machine vision opportunities across Canada. Over 50 years of experience gives Integrys the strategic insight and technical savvy to help customers succeed. Integrys is solution-focused and works closely with leading manufacturers to actively seek ways to migrate proven transformational technology to new sectors. When it comes to the technologies that drive your business, Integrys thinks ahead-so you don't have to. Integrys connects Technology and Innovation.

For information about Integrys, contact:

Mr. Brian Flippance, Integrys

5805 Kennedy Road Mississauga, ON L4Z 2G3

Tel: 905-502-2070

http://www.integrys.com

Email: brianf@aca.ca


About Spectra Research Corporation:

Spectra Research Corporation (SRC) offers a range of innovative, high-quality scientific products and laboratory services to industrial and scientific markets throughout Canada. For Headwall, SRC will handle remote sensing and government opportunities. By selecting only the best products available and offering complete technical support, SRC is striving for continual improvement of our services and quality practices. If you require exceptional laboratory services and support, SRC's technical expertise and industry knowledge provides service and training for all the products represented. Established in 1993, SRC is a subsidiary of Allan Crawford Associates (ACA), one of Canada's largest distributors of electronic components, test equipment and integrated networking solutions.

For information about Spectra Research Corporation, contact:

Mr. Paul Greenwood, Spectra Research Corporation

5805 Kennedy Road Mississauga, ON L4Z 2G3

Tel: 905-890-0555

http://www.spectraresearch.com

Email: paulg@aca.ca


 

About Inventech:

Inventech Benelux BV is a well-known distributor company for highly advanced process and laboratory equipment. Inventech works closely with an established group of principals, including Headwall. In the Benelux region Inventech offers complete solutions, technical support and after-sales for these principals. For information about Inventech, contact:

Mr. Marc Steinmetz, Inventech Benelux BV

Postbus 381, 4900AJ OosterhoutTel: +31 (0)162 460404

info@inventech.eu

http://www.inventech.nl/

Email: steinmetz@inventech.nl

 

About Kvalitest Nordic Oy:

Kvalitest Nordic is a value adding technical distributor providing high-end products and solutions to industrial and research customers in the Nordic region. With Headwall's hyperspectral imaging sensor solutions, the Company is mainly active in and focusing on providing quality testing and environmental simulation solutions like standard and customized environmental test and simulation chambers. Kvalitest also provides high performance test and measurement solutions for noise and vibration applications including electrodynamic shakers, vibration controllers and dynamic signal analyzers.

For information about Kvalitest, contact:

 Mr. Pekka Jolanki, Kvalitest Nordic Oy

Huutokalliontie 208

40800 Vaajakoski, FINLAND

Tel: +358 (0)40 552 9800

http://www.kvalitest.com/

Email: sales@kvalitest.com

 

About T3TEC LLC:

T3TEC is a small business headquartered in Huntsville Alabama. For Headwall, T3TEC will handle specific DoD opportunities in the United States. . The Company's focus is on analytics, hyperspectral and geospatial solutions for the Federal Government. The T3TEC management team is comprised of seasoned professionals with decades of DoD contracting experience and/or active military duty. T3TEC is committed to providing clients with extremely qualified and vetted personnel who solve problems.

For information about T3TEC LLC, contact:

Mr. Scott Trotter, T3TEC LLC

Huntsville, AL

Tel: (202) 930 2256

http://www.t3tec.com

Email: scott@t3tec.com