Bruker Daltonics is the worthy recipient of this Award based on the company's exceptional dedication to developing best-in-class products that meet the needs of a demanding marketplace
BILLERICA, Mass. (PRWEB) July 10, 2008
According to Frost & Sullivan, this Award is presented to Bruker Daltonics in recognition of its extensive knowledge and experience in the development and manufacture of CBRNE detection systems based on a broad array of technologies, including mass spectrometry, ion mobility spectrometry (IMS), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), semiconductor technology, and fast neutron activation analysis for the detection and identification of biological and chemical agents, radiological threats as well as explosives.
"Bruker Daltonics is the worthy recipient of this Award based on the company's exceptional dedication to developing best-in-class products that meet the needs of a demanding marketplace," stated David Frigstad, Chairman of Frost & Sullivan. "We admire their work in highly complex and sensitive markets, and are proud to acknowledge these efforts."
Bruker Daltonics has been successful in developing an entire suite of products for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives (CBRNE) detection. Some of the Company's flagship models include RAID™-AFM, an automated facility monitor for toxic industrial chemical and chemical agent detection, the RAPID™ system, a remote stand-off chemical agent detector, and the MM 2 mobile GC-MS system for highly selective chemical detection. Numerous other CBRNE detection products and solutions are listed at http://www.bdal.com/cbrn-detection
Sebastian Meyer-Plath, the Bruker Daltonics CBRNE Vice President, commented: "We are gratified to receive the Frost & Sullivan CBRN Detection leadership award. The need for robust, rapid and real-time detection of potential threats drives our CBRNE Detection business, and Bruker is committed to develop the best detection products for our homeland security, environmental and defense customers."
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