"Focus on Technology" piece with profiles of three companies using Maine Technol
"Focus on Technology" piece with profiles of three companies using Maine Technology Institute (MTI) funding to develop new products. Orono-based Alteva LLC is developing a Neighborhood Electric Vehicle that uses a hydraulic drive train. Inventor Bill Stevens has partnered with Eastern Maine Community College in Bangor on the project. Chris Frank, founder of Intelligent Spatial Technologies in Orono, is using MTI funding to research potential markets for iPointer, a GPS-enabled handheld device that lets users point toward buildings and other landmarks and receive information about them. Maine Standards Co. in Windham is developing a new lipid control product for biological laboratories. Founder Tom Happe believes the product could double the size of his company.
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Donahue, Sean, ""Focus on Technology" piece with profiles of three companies using Maine Technol" (2005). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3069.