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ISSYS is a leader in advanced MEMS technologies for medical devices, microfluidic and scientific analytical sensing applications.
ISSYS is currently developing small methanol concentration sensors, targeting the active direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) market.
ISSYS noted that it is both developing its own products and working with Japan's Kyoto Electronics Manufacturing Company (KEM) on another version of the device.
ISSYS Background: ISSYS is a leader in advanced micromachining technologies for medical devices, microfluidic and scientific analytical sensing applications used in the development of drug infusion pumps and wireless, implantable sensing systems.
MEMS is an indispensable technology that fills this recent need, so it was of prime importance for us to tie up with ISSYS in order to realize our global strategy.
Nader Najafi, President and CEO of ISSYS stated that, "We greatly appreciate the support from the State of Michigan, Michigan Economy Development Corporation (MEDC) and the MTTC program.
Douglas Sparks, Executive VP of ISSYS stated that, "The system and novel method will greatly improve the safety of drug delivery.
Douglas Sparks, Executive VP of ISSYS and project's Principal Investigator, stated that "The safety features of ISSYS novel products will considerably improve the performance, functionality, and quality of current drug delivery systems; enhance the life of 100,000's of patients and their families; and save billions of dollars in eliminating health-care-related lawsuits.
Nader Najafi, ISSYS President and CEO stated that, "This new patent and technology offers a way to improve the way that micromachined tubes and fluidic sensors can be fabricated.
Sparks, ISSYS Executive Vice President and President of NanoGetters(TM) stated "This new technology offers a way to vastly improve the hermetic packaging of a large array of different microsensor and displays.
It complements other patents owned by ISSYS in the area of packaging and MEMS devices.
ISSYS is developing medical devices using state-of-the-art pressure and micro-flow sensing technology as well as other sensors that provide the highest accuracy, fit the smallest sizes, and have unmatched biologic and corrosion resistance.