TSI to open development center in India

By agencies   |   Thursday, 18 May 2006, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: TSI Incorporated of the U.S., a leader in measurement systems and advanced diagnostic tools for aerospace, defense and environment requirements, plans to open a research and software development center in India.

Formally launching the liaison office of the $150 million company, its Executive Vice President Alan Traylor said that the company, which had recently opened its liaison office in China, could not afford to miss the opportunity offered by India. “It's a three to five year plan," he said, adding that the company would like to make use of the vast technical talent available in the country.

TSI instruments were functioning in various Defense R&D organizations across the country and academic institutions. The company felt that it should have a direct presence in India, apart from its product being marketed by its Indian arm Tesscorn Systems India Ltd.

TSI's products included a Fluorescence Aerosol Particle Sensor to alert on the potential presence of a harmful biological threat and trigger sample collection and identification systems for threat confirmation.

TSI NBC protection products have successfully supported every major U.S. military effort since Desert Storm, including recent campaigns in Bosnia, Afghanistan and Iraq.

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