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Headwall Extends Global Reach in Asia/Pac and Israel
by Staff Writers
Fitchburg MA (SPX) Apr 08, 2014


Headwall specializes in hyperspectral imaging for applications ranging from ground to space. This includes in-line process and product inspection, airborne remote sensing, precision agriculture, biomedical, document and artifact verification, and more.

Headwall has responded to rapidly growing demand for its advanced hyperspectral sensors by adding reseller partners in both Singapore/Asia-Pac and Israel. The moves come as Headwall is poised to unveil new hyperspectral sensors that address key market opportunities.

Both markets represent rapidly growing ones for Headwall, explained CEO David Bannon. "The hyperspectral sensor market is growing and evolving with a clear need for high performance, application-specific instruments at affordable price points."

The Company will be introducing several new products during 2014 and the newly added partners fit strategic geographic needs. "From ground to space, the markets and application areas for hyperspectral imaging are growing very rapidly; these additions are in response to that."

For the Singapore/Asia-Pac region, Headwall has named Singapore-based Cadence Technologies (www.cadence-tech.com.sg) as partner. Staffed with strong engineering personnel, Cadence will be able to rapidly respond to sales opportunities in markets as varied as advanced machine vision and airborne remote sensing.

"We are tremendously pleased to announce our partnership with Headwall in the Singapore and Asia-Pacific region," stated Mr. Chen Chong. "The interest in and demand for hyperspectral imaging solutions has never been stronger, and we'll now be able to offer our customers the industry's best-performing end-to-end solutions."

For Israel, Headwall is aligning with Militram Futuristic Technologies located in Herzliya (www.militram.com). With particular strength in Sigint, EW, optics, and lasers, Militram is extremely pleased to add hyperspectral imaging to its range of solutions.

"We are asked about hyperspectral imaging continually," noted Militram Vice President of Business Development Mr. Elad Volfin. "Our partnership with Headwall now allows us to offer a range of high-performance spectral imaging solutions that is broader than anything currently available in Israel."

The agreements with both Cadence and Militram are effective immediately.

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