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UML OSU Sensors Magazine 2008

UML OSU Sensors Magazine 2008

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“Stillwater, Okla., at frst glance, might not sound like it would be home to a cluster o companies in the homeland security industry. Thanks to Oklahoma State University, however, a cluster has grown in that community.” 
Expansion Magazine
, August 2004 issue 
Though you may not know it, the sensor industry is ourishing righthere in Oklahoma. The growth exists not only through sensor researchand development coming out o OSU in Stillwater, but also across thestate where numerous sensor design, development and certifcationcompanies are well-established and thriving. Much o the researchand many o the technologies are deployed around the globe to aid in the nation’s war on terror. Others are used to detect diseases, solveinrastructure problems and assist in the production o ood crops.In the ollowing articles, you will read about this research and thesecompanies. You’ll also discover the size and scope o the global sensorindustry and just what Oklahoma stands to gain rom its commitment toresearch and innovation in this area. The potential is huge, and with astrong base already in place, Oklahoma’s sensor uture will be exciting.
 Vol. 1, No. 1, MMVIII
Kelly Green
 Valerie KislingSENSORS is produced by theOfce o the Vice President or Research and TechnologyTranser at Oklahoma StateUniversity.
Contact information:
Kelly GreenResearch Communications203 WhitehurstStillwater, OK 74078405-744-6501kelly.green@okstate.edu vpr.okstate.edu
Oklahoma State University in compliance with Title VI and VII o the Civil Rights Act o 1964, ExecutiveOrder 11246 as amended, Title IX o the Education Amendments o 1972, Americans with Disabilities Act o 1990, and other ederal laws and regulations,
does not discriminate on the basis o race, color,national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, or
status as a veteran in any o its policies, practices
or procedures. This includes but is not limited to admissions, employment, fnancial aid, andeducational services. Title IX o the Education
 Amendments and Oklahoma State University policyprohibit discrimination in the provision o services
o benefts oered by the University based on
gender. Any person (student, aculty or sta) who
believes that discriminatory practices have been
engaged in based upon gender may discuss their
concerns and fle inormal or ormal complaintso possible violations o Title IX with the OSU TitleIX Coordinator, Dr. Carolyn Hernandez, Directoro Afrmative Action, 408 Whitehurst, OklahomaState University, Stillwater, OK 74078, (405)744-5371 or (405)744-5576(ax).
4 / SENSOrS iN ThE U.S. aNd iN OklahOma
Dr. Stephen McKeever, vice president or research and technology
transer at OSU, discusses the impact o the industry.
OSU innovations inspire new technologies, products and
8 / UNivErSiTy mUlTiSpECTrallabOraTOriES
Oklahoma’s newest sensor development lab serves the militaryand rst responders.
11 / iCx NOmadiCS
International sensor development company specializes in explosives
detection technologies developed in Stillwater.
12 / EkipS TEChNOlOgiES
OU spin-out company uses exhaled breath to detect diseases.
13 / gEOphySiCal rESEarCh COmpaNy
Tulsa-based rm makes highly sensitive gauges or oil wells.
14 / laNdaUEr
Leading provider o occupational radiation detectors uses method
developed by OSU researchers.
15 / ENgiUS
Stillwater-based company develops sensor that adds precioustime to the construction process.
16 / NTECh iNdUSTriES
Sensor-based agricultural nutrient and herbicide delivery systems
maximize output, minimize impact.
17 / QUal-TrON, iNC.
Systems produced in Tulsa secure and monitor military holdings
around the world.
18 / SCipEriO
Oklahoma City rm makes unique, adaptable antennas or
soldiers and government agencies.
19 / SENSOrCOrr
OSU spin-out company produces sensors to detect corrosionon highways, pipelines and airplanes – a $300 billion annualproblem.
20 / TriTON SCiENTifiC
Oklahoma rm manages the OSU-UML, a national resourceor homeland security technologies.
21 / OklahOma TEChNOlOgy& rESEarCh park
Partnership gives high-tech innovations room to grow.
22 / SENSOr COrridOr
Two agencies commit to the growth and development o a sensor
industry cluster.

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