MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 9, 2002--
Radiem System to be promoted to members of U.S. Congress and federal procurement officials in a directory to be distributed at the Small Business Homeland Security Expo
Lanovation(R) Inc., maker of best-of-breed solutions for software deployment and real-time monitoring and control for remote equipment, announced today it will be included in a directory of homeland security products to be distributed at the Small Business Homeland Security Expo in Washington D.C. on July 10th, 2002. Lanovation's Radiem(R) System, which can be used to monitor and control remote equipment in homeland security applications, was chosen for its ingenuity and ability to support America's homeland security.
To be considered for participation, organizations had to be sponsored by a member of the United States Congress. Senator Paul Wellstone of Minnesota nominated Lanovation for inclusion in the event. A letter to Lanovation from Senator Wellstone announcing inclusion in the directory stated, "Your research, products and technologies are critically important to our economy and our nation."
The directory will be used to educate U.S. Congress and procurement representatives in the federal agencies on products currently being developed and produced in the private marketplace that will help efforts to protect our homeland.
In the aftermath of September 11, 2001, the federal government reached out to business leaders across the nation seeking information about products and innovative ideas that could play an important role in protecting our borders, citizens and way of life. Co-chaired by U.S. Senators John F. Kerry and Christopher S. Bond, the Expo was created to inform the federal government about products and innovative ideas that lend to the security and defense of the United States at this crucial juncture of our history.
Radiem is a comprehensive, cost-effective system for real-time monitoring and control of remote equipment. Equipped with online, real-time access to their remote equipment, companies can use that information to make critical business decisions that can boost revenues, provide a competitive advantage, improve operational efficiency and increase customer satisfaction.
About the Public Forum Institute
The Public Forum Institute is coordinating the Small Business Homeland Security Expo as part of a series of activities on small businesses. For more information about the Expo or the Forum, please visit www.publicforuminstitute.org.
Since the company's founding in 1985, the corporate mission at Lanovation has remained the same: to make complex technology simple, provide unequaled customer support and to be a good corporate citizen.
Lanovation identifies practical opportunities in leading edge technology and brings them to reality. Located in Minneapolis, MN, Lanovation products are sold worldwide direct or through key distribution partnerships. For more information, please visit our Web site at www.lanovation.com or call (800) 747-4487.