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Plessey expands distribution network in Asia

11 Mar 2013

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Plessey Semiconductors has announced a distribution agreement with Supreme Components Inc. (SCI), an electronics distributor and provider of advanced complete solutions. The cooperation will market Plessey's EPIC sensors in synergy with SCI system solutions for applications in the fields of e-health, automotive, sports, fitness and smart lighting.

EPIC technology enables the sensor to capture minimal changes of the electric field using a high-precision, non-contact voltmeter within the millivolt region to detect bio-electrical signals (ECG, EMG, EOG, EEG) and changes in electric fields.

"We are glad to be associated with a legend in the semiconductor industry, which is well known in the market place for its innovative products in emerging technologies," said Vick Aggarwala, president of SCI.

David Owen, Plessey's global sales director, added, "We believe the SE Asia market will be an important one for the design of advanced health care applications that are ideally suited for the Plessey EPIC technology and we are very pleased to be working with Supreme Components who have a unique position in this region."

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