founding vision of Nomadics, Inc. was the development and introduction
of a new, innovative generation of electronic
the name implies, the concept of mobility and portability were
tenets of this new approach. Coincidentally, the critical elements
necessary to the success of this endeavor were also materializing.
Rapid miniaturization of electronics, the introduction of handheld
computers, and the advent of new, higher capability peripheral
interfaces were the factors that allowed the Nomadics concept
to be realized.
With an initial staff of less than ten, the
Company began the effort to develop this visionary new
over the period
of the first few years met with substantial success and growth.
While instrumentation was in development, the Company also
began efforts in a number of areas including sensors and medical
equipment. The Advanced Instrumentation Group (AIG) was formed
in 1998, along with a Sensors and Wireless
in order to organize the several technology
areas that had sprung from the first four years of operation.
AIG became responsible for portable instrumentation which,
by that time, had dramatically expanded to include two temperature
products, a digital multi-meter, pH, conductivity, ion sensitive
electrode, and oxygen reduction potential cards all using the
PCMCIA card product. Over the time since initiating the concept
developments, AIG has gone on to develop a miniaturized Spectrophotometer
and an Evaluation Kit to assist researchers and developers
in evaluating Surface Plasmon Resonance as a potential technology
for protein affinity binding and kinetics.
Today, AIG continues to develop and
market the Company’s