"Recent innovations include Bluetooth enabled professional breathalyzers"
Wheat Ridge, CO (PRWEB) November 10, 2012
Lifeloc Technologies (OTC: LCTC) is proud to announce its selection by CAMT, the Colorado affiliate of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST MEP) as a featured manufacturer for its national "Make it in America Campaign."
The "Make it in America" campaign showcases the contributions of US companies who reaffirm through their success that our country’s manufacturers can succeed and grow through innovation, export development and employing the workforce of the future.
Founded in 1983, Lifeloc Technologies is a leading American manufacturer and distributor of professional breath alcohol testing products. Recent innovations include it's new line of Bluetooth enabled evidential breath alcohol testers for law enforcement and workplace testing. Using advanced fuel cell sensing and wireless communication, these instruments dramatically improve testing mobility and productivity for those charged with keeping our roads and workplaces safe.
Lifeloc was submitted for recognition by the Colorado Association for Manufacturing and Technology (CAMT). CAMT assisted Lifeloc with technology transfer, product innovation and facilitated a strategic partnership with NASA for the development of advanced alcohol sensors. Featured "Made in America" companies are “ordinary” in the sense that they represent small and mid-sized businesses in America. What’s extraordinary about these companies is that they have embraced a forward-thinking business approach and have worked with the NIST MEP network to invest in innovation.
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