GainSpan's focus on meeting customer needs includes partnering with industry leaders to solve problems and enable new capabilities. With our partners, we work to develop solutions that address customer needs from end-to-end, to easily share data, maximize battery life, and more, and foster an ecosystem of solution providers that help people save money, save energy, and work smarter.
Aginova Inc. provides affordable, low power Wi-Fi sensor network solutions that make a ubiquitous sensing world come alive by providing customers actionable feedback. Aginova's products bring the sensor world to the internet using web services and are used in environmental monitoring applications as well as condition based maintenance applications in industrial and the defense markets. For more information, visit www.aginova.com.
"Using GainSpan's low power Wi-Fi based solutions we found that the almost ubiquitous nature of Wi-Fi reduced total system cost and the 'off the shelf' tools made development easy," said Ashok Sabata, PhD, Aginova, Inc., a provider of wireless sensor networks for condition based maintenance and storage monitoring. In just two months, we've developed a complete Wi-Fi temperature monitoring solution for storage spaces (from warehouses to refrigerators). In fact, our customer demos have gone so well that we expect to start installations in Q4."
Corintech was established in 1977 and has successfully built upon its Thick Film Hybrid and Microelectronics origins to now provide a comprehensive electronic product design and electronics manufacturing capability. This capability complements the contract electronics manufacturing services we offer and encompasses both electronic and industrial design, with low volume rapid assembly in the UK and high volume low cost manufacturing in the Far East.
As well as contract electronics manufacturing services, Corintech also has a range of Standard Products. These products feature touchscreen, WiFi and data logging technology, which are entirely designed and manufactured by Corintech and are available via the online store. http://www.corintech.com/
Datascan has been a leader in the inventory processing industry for the past 40 years, 35 countries worldwide. Founded in 1970 as an inventory calculating service, we quickly grew to become the largest manual calculating service in the country.
As the company grew, Datascan began to shift its focus away from manual inventory to enhancing scanned inventories. In 1996, a client request spurred the company to develop a system that transmits data via modems – eliminating the need for notebook PCs during inventory. In 2010 we introduced our custom designed scanners. No other scanning company has the same technology we have. Because our technology is patented this keeps us ahead of the competition. Most importantly it helps our clients bottom-line! http://www.datascan.com/
The enterprise should always evolve in the age. After establishment in 1973, KEISOKU GIKEN was established in 1973 to develop Power Supply Test System and Image Equipment. http://www.keisoku.co.jp/
Established in 2000, POWERTECH is a leading power solutions manufacturer with a diverse power-related product line that ranges from surge protection to power management.
Our worldwide market territory includes North America, Europe, and Australia. With the continuous growth and performance, POWERTECH is listed in the Taiwan Stock Exchange Co. in December 2007.
POWERTECH thrives to develop new technologies, integrated solutions for power-related products. At the same time, we thrive to maintain close relationship with customers worldwide and provide world class services. We will also continue to dedicate ourselves to improving the quality of life and well-being of people's lives. Please visit http://www.power-tech.com.tw/ for more information.
SAXA Holdings, Inc. (SAXA) is a leading provider of communications system components and solutions. Various products being offered by SAXA include wireless systems, IP systems, home security systems, digital video recorders, security alarms, sensors, key telephone systems, telemetering equipment, network equipment, and IC card-related equipment, among others. The company operates through 12 subsidiaries. http://www.saxa.co.jp/
Since the company was established in November 1985, Scalar has been playing important roles as a manufacturer of optical and electronic devices. While Scalar developed a video loupe (a build-in light source type handy TV microscope) for the first time in the world in June 1987, Scalar has produced a wide variety of developed products for the fields of medicine, beauty and industries at home and abroad. In addition, Scalar developed and began to sell the world-first digital microscope in August 1998 and it has been used not only at NASA but also at various work sites of airplane and car manufacturing companies and so on. http://www.scalar.co.jp/
Founded in 1923, Tanita Corporation is an ethical health care product manufacturer with international headquarters located in Tokyo, Japan. The company's core objective is to research and bring to market technologies that facilitate health monitoring for professionals and the general public. With almost 50% of its domestic market share, the name Tanita is now a household word to the Japanese and building on this success, the company is expanding its presence internationally.
The Tanita family of companies now spans the globe, and includes offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong and China; with major production facilities located in the Far East. http://www.tanita.com/
Ubiquitous is a Latin word, which means “being present everywhere at the same time,” or, in other words, being omnipresent. We derived the name of our company from the concepts of “ubiquitous computing” and a “ubiquitous network,” which emerged in the 1980s. We combine software with appropriate hardware and propose well-honed system solutions that maximize the performance of semiconductors, rather than provide software products that just function independently. We are committed to the provision of software that will accelerate the advent of the “ubiquitous age,” in which all the convenience of networks will be enjoyed through the connection of people to people, people to devices, and devices to devices. http://www.ubiquitous.co.jp/