July-August 2009

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Ford Wixom Vehicle Assembly Plant Gains New Lease on Life

Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) today joined Xtreme Power of Austin, Texas, and Clairvoyant Energy of Santa Barbara, Calif., to announce that the idled Wixom Assembly Plant will be transformed into one of the nation's largest renewable energy manufacturing parks.

Three Health Institutions Join Forces to Bring World-Renowned Cancer Care to Monroe, Michigan

Two hospital systems and one comprehensive cancer center are joining forces to bring world-renowned cancer services to Monroe, Michigan.

All-New Ford-Engineered, Ford-Tested, Ford-Built Diesel Maximizes 2011 Super Duty's Productivity

An all-new 6.7-liter Power Stroke® V-8 turbocharged diesel engine - debuting in the 2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty® - will deliver significant improvement in torque, horsepower and fuel economy, enhancing productivity and further strengthening its position as the class leader for towing and payload.

Thomson Reuters Study Finds Healthcare Consumer Confidence Improved 12 Percent Since March

New Index Measures Impact of Economy on Healthcare Experience of Consumers.

Masco Builder Cabinet Group Receives Coveted 'Partners of Choice' Honors

First Cabinet Manufacturer to Receive 'A,A' Highest Quality and Service Rating.

DTE Coal Services Awarded Petcoke Terminal Services Contract

DTE Coal Services, a subsidiary of DTE Energy, has been awarded a multi-year petcoke terminal services contract with BP Products North America's Whiting, Ind., refinery

Chrysler Group To Expand Accepted Product Liability Claims

Decision reflects confidence in viability of the company.

The Detroit Chapter of TiE presents “Entrepreneurial Journey in Movie Making”

A chance to hear one entrepreneurs story and preview his latest movie.

Ford Adds Shifts at Assembly Plants in Dearborn and Kansas City

Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) today announced it is adding third production shifts at its Dearborn Truck Plant and Kansas City Assembly Plant's sport utility line to help meet strong demand for Ford F-150 pickups and Escape utility vehicles.

Southfield Grant Thornton LLP Michigan Offers Guide to Green Tax Incentives and Credits

Extensive charts with planning ideas for both federal and state credits.

1.4 Million Michiganians Have Labor Day Travel Plans, Says AAA

An estimated 1.4 million Michiganians will travel during the 2009 Labor Day holiday, according to a recent AAA survey.

More Safety in Every Vehicle Category

The 24 gigahertz radar system makes it less expensive to integrate advanced driver assistance systems. 360-degree hazard detection increases comfort and safety.

Bosch Optimizes Engineering Resources at Plymouth Township Technical Center

Move of Chassis Systems Control division unites 650 Bosch associates under one roof, optimizes synergies and development of advanced safety technologies .

Amerigon and 5N Plus Establish Partnership

More Efficient Materials Enable Use of Thermoelectric Technology In Wide Variety of Industrial, Automotive Applications.

DRC and Michigan Economic Development Corporation Recognizes Michigan Employers

34 organizations in Michigan awarded the prestigious national Alfred P. Sloan Awards for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility.

USCAR Enteres Cooperative R&D Agreement with U.S. Doe

The United States Council for Automotive Research LLC (USCAR), whose members are Chrysler Group LLC, Ford Motor Company and General Motors Company, recently entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) to develop a short-range wireless sensor network and establish an industry standard for similar networks worldwide.

Hot Wheels: Vehicle Theft Continuing to Decline

Hot Wheels 2009, the National Insurance Crime Bureau's (NICB) companion study to its popular Hot Spots auto theft report, examines data reported to the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and determines the vehicle make, model, and model year most reported stolen in 2008.

Ecology Coatings Signs Development Agreement with Major U.S. Tobacco Company

Ecology Coatings, Inc. (OTC:ECOC) (BULLETIN BOARD: ECOC) , a leader in the discovery and development of nanotechnology-enabled, ultraviolet-curable advanced coatings, today announced that it has signed a collaboration agreement with a major tobacco company for the application of its technology for producing "fire standard compliant" (FSC) cigarettes.

Michigan's Top Executives Join Forces To Grow Next Generation Food, Energy & Environment Leaders

An unprecedented collaboration of top executives from Michigan's energy and food industries will serve as judges in the new Epprentice Experience(TM).

New Owners Plan Improvements for Double JJ Resort

The new owners and operators of the Double JJ Resort are planning a number of improvements to ensure the future of this popular Western Michigan resort, a favorite for families and golfers, as well as a preferred location for corporate meetings.

Wayne State University Announces Fifth Annual E2 Detroit Conference

Wayne State University and TechTown, WSU’s business incubator, will host the fifth annual E2 Detroit conference Thursday, Oct. 15.

Energy Conversion Devices Completes Merger With Solar Integrated Technologies

Energy Conversion Devices, Inc. (ECD) (NASDAQ:ENER) , the leading global manufacturer of thin-film flexible solar laminate products for the building integrated and commercial rooftop markets, announced today it has completed its merger with Solar Integrated Technologies, Inc. (SIT).

Thomson Reuters Study Finds Impact of Recession Easing on U.S. Hospitals

Total Margins, Liquidity Increase Significantly From Third Quarter of 2008; 30 Percent of Hospitals Remain Unprofitable

Michigan Chamber of Commerce Opposes Making Job Providers 'Immigration Police'

The Michigan Chamber of Commerce is urging the House Judiciary Committee to reject a series of bills on its agenda tomorrow to mandate that certain job providers use the federal e-verify system to check the employment eligibility of new hires online.

American College of Surgeons Recognizes Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s contributions to improve the quality of surgeries performed in Michigan were recognized with an award at the July Annual Conference of the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACS NSQIP).

Food For Thought

In June, award-winning Chef Don Yamauchi joined the MotorCity Casino Hotel in Detroit as executive chef.

Ford Unveils 'Intelligent' System for Plug-In Hybrids to Communicate with the Electric Grid

Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) announced today that it has developed an intelligent vehicle-to-grid communications and control system for its plug-in hybrid electric vehicles that "talks" directly with the nation's electric grid.

Jervis B. Webb Company Announces New Bulk Handling Team to Support Power Generation Industry

Webb to Showcase Coal Handling Capabilities at COAL-GEN 2009,August 19-20 in Charlotte, N.C.

Calling All Entrepreneurs

Charles Gardner, owner and CEO of Gardner Rich, a brokerage firm in New York, will be visiting Detroit on Aug. 18.

Wayne State Partners with State to Train Hybrid Vehicle Workforce

University to offer engineering courses in advanced battery systems for HEVs.

MiG Construction Named Nevada Minority Contractor of the Year

Firm President/CEO, Paul Jenkins, a fourth generation African American builder.

17 Premier Restaurants to Offer $27 Three-Course Dinners

Organizers for Detroit Restaurant Week (DRW) today announced that 17 of downtown’s finest dining establishments will make up the roster for the inaugural 10-evening dinner promotion that will run from Sept. 18 through Sept. 27.

New Beaumont Hospital Study: Surgical Briefings Improve Teamwork

Taking a few minutes so that members of the operating room team can ask questions and address concerns before and after surgeries has led to improved communication and teamwork, according to a new study at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak.

Former University of Michigan Basketball Captain Launches New Apparel Company

David Merritt has been pursuing his basketball dreams since a young age. Even though his career has come to an end, he’s been blessed to find another dream- I Miss You, Inc. and the IMU brand - one that not only has potential for great entrepreneurial heights, but also spreads happiness while giving back and appreciating the people and experiences that make us who we are.

Cash for Clunkers' Hidden Consequences

The federal government's Cash for Clunkers program, where owners of older vehicles can turn in their wheels for a more fuel efficient model and receive a tax credit of up to $4,500, has been a big hit.

Ford Further Increases Vehicle Production as Customers Demand More Fuel-Efficient Vehicles

Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) today announced it is increasing North American production in the third and fourth quarters to respond to growing demand for new Ford products and to ensure dealers are well stocked with fuel-efficient vehicles eligible for the "Cash for Clunkers" program.

New Video Game Genre Revolutionizes Reality TV While Capitalizing on Michigan Entertainment Tax Incentives

www.P15Studios.com, an all-new Detroit-area game development studio is creating a new genre in entertainment, RPTV, or Role Play TV. RPTV is reality-based TV in which gamers use video game play to determine the show storyline.

Cancer Mortality Rates Experience Steady Decline

VARI scientist finds conventional method underreports declining death rate for all age groups.

Oakland County’s AAA Bond Rating Reaffirmed by Wall Street

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson today announced that Moody’s Investors Service and Standard & Poor’s has reaffirmed the County’s prized AAA Bond Rating on $5.23 million of limited tax refunding debt for the Birmingham CSO Drainage District.

Energy Conversion Devices and Mercury Solar Systems Sign Multi-Year Supply Agreement

Energy Conversion Devices, Inc. (ECD) (NASDAQ: ENER) , a manufacturer of proprietary, thin-film amorphous silicon-based photovoltaic (PV) laminates, and Mercury Solar Systems (Mercury), one of the leading solar integrators on the East Coast, today announced that they have signed a multi-year direct supply agreement.

Whirlpool Corporation Teams Up with American Homeownership Initiative to Help Sweeten Homebuying

Homeownership is still a distant dream for many Americans, especially in today's dynamic economic climate.

Wayne State Receives $5 Million Grant for Electric Vehicle Engineering Program

As part of President Barak Obama’s economic recovery plan to revitalize the automotive industry, the U.S. Department of Energy awarded Wayne State University a $5 million federal grant to provide an electric vehicle engineering education and workforce training program.

Michigan Tourism Index Swings Upward in Second Quarter Reports Comerica Bank

Comerica Bank's Michigan Tourism Index rose three points, to 91, in the second quarter of 2009 following a one point gain in the first quarter.

GMAC to Offer New Leasing Option for Select Vehicles

GMAC Financial Services today announced it will offer a leasing option for auto consumers on select vehicles.

Community Development Advocates of Detroit Releases Statement on Future of the City of Detroit

Community Development Advocates of Detroit (CDAD), Detroit's trade association of community development organizations, has released a statement outlining eight essential principles for the revitalization of Detroit and its neighborhoods.

Michigan Attorney General and Michigan Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation Near Agreement

Medicare Supplemental rate request not affected by tentative agreement on rate increases for nongroup and group conversion policies.

Cash for Clunkers to Cause Used-Car-Value Bubble

August Kelley Blue Book Market Report Offers Forecast of Used-Car Industry After Cash for Clunkers.

New Buick Crossover Will Feature Plug-In Hybrid System

General Motors' plug-in hybrid technology will be introduced in a new Buick crossover vehicle in 2011, Tom Stephens, GM vice chairman of product development, announced here today during the Management Briefing Seminars.

Ford Cites Energy Policy as Critical Factor in Shaping Future Vehicle Fleet

Ford Motor Company’s top environmental officer today pointed to the need for continued cooperation with the federal government as a significant factor to advance the company and the country’s vision for greener transportation.

Michigan Wine Competition Results Announced

Outstanding 2007 Reds are the Stars of the Judging.

Dow Enhances Liquidity and Financial Flexibility, Prices $2.75 Billion of Public Notes

The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE:DOW) today announced that it priced a $2.75 billion underwritten public offering of debt securities, including $250 million aggregate principal amount of floating rate notes due 2011, $1.25 billion aggregate principal amount of 4.85% notes due 2012, and $1.25 billion aggregate principal amount of 5.90% notes due 2015.

2010 Ford Taurus Earns IIHS Top Safety Pick; Offers Suite Of Standard Safety Technologies

The new 2010 Taurus builds on Ford Motor Company's safety leadership by adding to its leading number of IIHS Top Safety Pick ratings.

Ricardo, Inc., Says Advanced Spark-Ignited Boosted Engines Will Make Inroads into Diesel Segments

By 2015, advanced spark-ignited engines have the potential to become a major force in diesel-dominated medium-duty commercial truck and off-road segments, including agricultural and construction vehicles, Ricardo, Inc., Vice President John Pinson told participants in the U.S. Department of Energy's 2009 Directions in Engine-Efficiency and Emissions Research (DEER) conference, which is being held in Dearborn, Mich., Aug. 3-6.

2010 Michigan Governor's Race

U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra, who represents Michigan's 2nd Congressional District and is a gubernatorial candidate, kicked off an initiative on July 27 to try 100 different jobs in the state by election day.

Fulton Innovation Partners with Universities

Kendall College of Art and Design Students Present Product Concepts Powered by eCoupled(TM) Wireless Power Technology.

Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak Receives Pet Imaging Accreditation

Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak has been awarded a three-year accreditation in positron emission tomography, or PET, in oncology, cardiac and rrain by the American College of Radiology.

TechTown Forum Helps Detroit Entrepreneurs Make the Leap and Trade with China

Detroit entrepreneurs exploring new markets are invited to the August meeting of the Chinese Business Forum, featuring three speakers offering insight into why they should make the leap and trade with China, one of the largest global trading partners.

ImageSoft Launches ProcessPoint to Provide On-Demand Document Processing

ImageSoft, Inc., a Southfield, Mich.-based company that helps business and government streamline and improve processes with technology, announced today that, in conjunction with Total Solutions, of Brighton, Mich., it has launched ProcessPoint LLC, a subsidiary to provide cost effective, on-demand alternatives to premises-based document processing.

New One-of-a-Kind Laboratory to Feature Unique Capabilities, Equipment

The U.S. Army will lead the way in producing safer, more efficient and more high-powered ground vehicles in the future with the construction of the Department of Defense’s Ground System Power and Energy Laboratory (GSPEL).

Obama Administration Taps Longtime Domino's Pizza Board Member

Domino's Pizza, Inc. (NYSE:DPZ) , the recognized world leader in pizza delivery, announced that Dennis F. Hightower has departed its Board in order to accept President Obama's nomination for Deputy Secretary of Commerce. The post requires that the nominee hold no other Board or management positions. Mr. Hightower served on the Domino's Pizza Board of Directors since February 2003, serving on all three of the Board Committees during his tenure. Most recently Mr. Hightower was Chairman of the Audit Committee and a member of the Compensation Committee. Ms. Diana F. Cantor, a Director of Domino's Pizza since October 2005, will replace Hightower as head of the Audit Committee. Ms. Cantor also serves on the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee.

Dow Corning Reports Sales and Profits for the Second Quarter of 2009

Dow Corning Corp. today reported consolidated adjusted net income of $115.5 million for the second quarter of 2009, a decrease of 38 percent from net income of $187.7 million reported in the second quarter of 2008. For the first half of 2009, adjusted net income was $182.2 million, a decline of 48 percent from net income of $348.1 million reported in the first half of last year. The 2009 adjusted net income excluded restructuring charges. The 2008 results were not adjusted for any unusual items. Including all items, Dow Corning reported consolidated net income of $115.4 million for the second quarter and $124.8 million for the first half of 2009.

LOCHMOOR CHRYSLER JEEP REINVENTS ITSELF

The new Lochmoor Automotive Group may look familiar; in its previous incarnation as Lochmoor Chrysler Jeep, it was the only Chrysler and Jeep dealer in Detroit for 30 years. Founded by Gus Russo, joined by his daughter, Gina, Lochmoor has accelerated ahead into a new incarnation.

Dow to Divest Ownership in OPTIMAL Group of Companies to PETRONAS for $660 Million

The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE:DOW) and Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) today announced that they have reached an agreement for Dow's Union Carbide Corporation subsidiary to sell its entire shares of ownership in the OPTIMAL Group of Companies (OPTIMAL) to PETRONAS for $660 million. PETRONAS would fund this acquisition through internally generated funds.

David O. Egner Named Executive Director of New Economy Initiative

Funders are accelerating SE Michigan’s transition to innovation economy.

Kellogg Delivers Strong Q2 2009; Raises Full-Year Guidance

Kellogg Company (NYSE:K) today reported second quarter 2009 financial results that include double-digit growth in net earnings and internal operating profit.

Northwood University Investing in Challenged Auto Industry Through Expanded Degree

Northwood University is bullish on the global automotive industry -- so much so that it has invested in a variety of new educational programs and an expanded range of scholarship opportunities for current and future industry professionals

Genesis Physicians Group Accelerates Healthcare Information Access

Physician Association Takes Leadership Role in Providing "Backbone" for Sharing Regional Health Information.

Michigan Sees Surge in Tourism from Other States

State's third largest industry reports travel into state is up.

Corporate Aviation

On July 17, Donald A. Dwyer, vice president of global commercial sales for Hawker Beechcraft, introduced the Premier 1A, a seven-passenger, fuel-efficient jet that is now being offered for sale or charter at Pentastar Aviation at Oakland International Airport in Waterford Township.

Polk Introduces Powerful Consumer Segmentation Enhancement to Cash for Clunkers

New consumer segmentation complements the initial Polk solution; Provides highly effective means for prioritizing marketing efforts.

Behr America Forms New Battery Cooling Group

In support of the company’s accelerated development activities within the fast-growing hybrid and electric vehicle market, Behr America has formed a Battery Cooling Group at its headquarters in Troy to meet the increasing demand for thermal-management technology.

Baker TIlly Survey Indicates Manufacturers Cautiously Optimistic

Firms waiting for rebound in customer demand to avoid possible cutbacks and layoffs.

Ghostly International & o2 Creative Solutions Present Discovery iPhone App

Since 1999, Ghostly International — along with its dancefloor-oriented counterpart, Spectral Sound — has been partnering with artists from across the globe, releasing music without the restriction of established genres or classification.

The Mall at Partridge Creek Announces Strolling Sidewalk Sale

The Mall at Partridge Creek makes shopping a breeze this summer at its first-annual Strolling Sidewalk Sale from Friday, July 31, through Sunday, August 2, 2009.

Governor Granholm Challenges Italian Automotive Suppliers

More than 200 automotive executives and government officials filled the main ballroom of the Townsend Hotel as the Italian American Alliance for Business and Technology (IAABT) presented twenty-three technology suppliers from Italy.

Great Lakes Transportation Holding Acquires Assets of Metro Cars and Checker Sedan

New Company to Operate Under Metro Cars Brand, Service Detroit Metropolitan Airport.

J.D. Power and Associates Reports: July New-Vehicle Retail Sales Indicate Slowing in Market Deterioration

"Cash for Clunkers" Program Has Had Minimal Impact to Date.

Michigan Democratic Party's 2010 Ballot Package is Reckless, Says Michigan Chamber of Commerce

The Michigan Chamber of Commerce today expressed its opposition to a series of possible ballot proposals announced yesterday by Michigan Democratic Party Chairman Mark Brewer, calling the package of proposals "anti-jobs and anti-growth."

Michigan House G.O.P. Proposes $1.4B in Budget Cuts and Savings

Detroit Renaissance, a private, non-profit business leadership organization dedicated to accelerating Michigan’s economic growth, commended the House G.O.P.’s “Reinvigorate, Reinvest, Reform” plan to enact $1.4 billion in overall budget cuts and savings.

The Engineering Society of Detroit Announces its 108th President

William (Bill) Russo, Director Vehicle Operations Manufacturing, Ford Motor Company, became The Engineering Society of Detroit’s (ESD) 108th president effective July 1. He replaces Richard J. Haller, President and COO of Walbridge, whose two-year term ended on June 30, 2009.

Miller Canfield and Law Firm of David Mendelson Lead Valassis

The law firm of Miller Canfield and the Law Offices of David Mendelson achieved an important victory for Valassis, one of the nation’s leading media and marketing services companies, in its epic struggle against News America Marketing (NAM), a part of Rupert Murdock’s News Corp.

Pierce to Lead the Detroit Regional Chamber Board

Welcome New Board Directors for 2009-2010 Program Year.

First-Ever Michigan CEO Economic Survey Completed

Forecast Indicates MI Economy Will Continue to Slide, But US Economy Will Hit Bottom in Next Six Months.

Beaumont Approved for Anesthesiology Residency Program

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education recently approved an anesthesiology residency program for Beaumont Hospitals.

Walsh College Expands Network of Community College Partnerships

Students have more opportunities for advancing their education.

Countdown Underway to 30th Anniversary Meadow Brook Concours d’Elegance Weekend

In less than two weeks car collectors and automotive aficionados from around the continent will descend on Rochester, Michigan to enjoy an exceptional motoring weekend in the heart of the American automotive landscape when the Meadow Brook Concours d’Elegance.

Pure Michigan Bayview Mackinac Race Sets Sail with GPS Tracking

For the first time sailing fans around the world will be able to monitor the Pure Michigan Bayview Mackinac Race with Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking technology available exclusively at michigan.org/gps.

International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health Features Discovery of Asbestos-Related Pain Origin

Scientists at the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute's National Center for Vermiculite and Asbestos-Related Cancers (NCVAC) have discovered a probable reason for the unrelenting chest pain experienced in certain patients with asbestos-related diseases and cancers.

Asterand PLC Signs Global Agreement with Lundbeck

Asterand plc (LSE: ATD), (“Asterand” or the “Company”), a leading provider of human tissue and human tissue-based services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies engaged in drug discovery research, announces today that it has entered into a Global Framework Research Agreement with Lundbeck A/S.

DRC, United States Chamber, & Small Businesses Intensify Push for Transportation Reform

As the expiration of funding for the nation’s surface transportation programs approaches, the United States Chamber of Commerce led more than 100 business leaders, association executives, the Detroit Regional Chamber and other local chambers of commerce members from 28 states to Capitol Hill for a “Transportation is Your Business” fly-in.

Azure Dynamics Awarded Two New Patents

Azure Dynamics Corporation (TSX: AZD) - ("Azure") or (the "Company"), a leading developer of state-of-the-art green technologies that address environmental and cost issues for the commercial transportation industry, announced today that it has earned two new patents for innovations for its proprietary hybrid electric drive trains.

How To Reduce Cost Without Sacrificing Your Health Coverage

HRA Offers Cost Containment Plans to Increase Health Coverage for Employees.

Renaissance Praises Dillon for Courage and Creativity

Says Health Care Reform Proposal Could Be Part of State Budget Solution.

Obama's Automotive Task Force Leader to Address Suppliers

Governments are playing a critical role in the restructuring of the global automotive industry.

2nd Phase Expansion at Henry Ford Hospital Boosts ICU Capacity

The second and final phase of a two-story addition at Henry Ford Hospital set to open July 21 expanded its intensive care capacity to the largest in Michigan and created 72 new jobs, further enhancing the hospital’s capability to treat critically ill patients.

TRW's 24 GHz Radar Technology Draws Increasing OEM Interest

TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. (NYSE:TRW), the global leader in active and passive safety systems, today announced significant customer interest worldwide for its 24 GHz AC100 radar system and is currently working with a number of OEMs on development programs.

Whirlpool Corporation and Hisense Kelon Open New Joint-Venture Plant in China

Whirlpool Corporation (NYSE:WHR), the world's leading home appliance manufacturer, and Hisense Kelon, one of the leading electronic and home appliance companies in China, today inaugurated their joint venture manufacturing facility, which will produce world-class, innovative refrigerators and washing machines for the Chinese and export markets.

August Business Workshops Offered By Oakland County

Business owners and entrepreneurs who need assistance are invited to attend seminars in August, 2009 offered by the Oakland County Business Center.

Improving U.S.-Canadian Border Key to Detroit Region's Economic Success

Detroit Regional Chamber Partners with Brookings Institution on Expansive, New Study Outlining How to Improve the U.S-Canadian Border.
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Business Features

The Plastic Plunge

A new Web site developed in a Michigan State MBA class has attracted more than 125 national retailers and is helping spare the environment from harmful PVCs.

Fountain of Youth

A Huntington Woods entrepreneur and her husband have created a successful line of children’s clothing that’s won over celebrities and everyday families.

Next Generation

An expanded engineering development center at Wayne State University in Detroit will conduct R&D on the next wave of medical devices, biofuels, and smart sensors.

Digital Revolution

Advances in sophisticated design tools used to create consumer products or monitor large-scale operations such as electric grids are boosting the fortunes of a Commerce Township technology firm.
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