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Sunday, 25 March 2012 20:17
LineStream Technologies, a company founded to commercialize technology developed at Cleveland State University, create control software that maximizes performance and ease of use. LineStream Technologies’s transformative technology, Active Disturbance Rejection Control (ADRC), is the basis for SpinTAC and InTAC lines of performance control solutions.
- LineStream Technologies has signed a major licensing deal with industrial giant Texas Instruments.
"LineStream Technologies signs lincensing deals with Texas Instruments"
"Achieve improved motion and efficiency for advanced motor control designs in minutes with TI's new InstaSPIN(TM)-MOTION technology" (The Wall Street Journal)
- NorTech announced nine area companies as winners of its annual innovation awards. LineStream Technologies win the awards for advanced control software.(from freshwatercleveland.com/innovationnews )
"NorTech names winners of annual innovation awards "
This award goes to a venture capital (or pre-IPO financed) start-up (under three years in business) electronics manufacturing (device or system) company that demonstrates excellence in business development and/or technology development processes with the potential to become a technical or market leader in the global electronics industry.
- The state awarded Northeast Ohio companies nearly $ 6 million in tax breaks and loans intended to create about 600 jobs over the next few years. The biggest new project was for LineStreamTechologies.(from CLEVELAND.COM )
"State awards $6 million in tax breaks, loans to Northeast Ohio companies"
- LineStream landed a $5 million, second-stage investement from a venture capital firm (from Crain's Cleveland Business newspaper).
"Software firm's $5M investment timed perfectly"
- LineStream and Texas Instruments sign licensing deal to produce controller chips running LineStream's SpinTAC software.
"LineStream Technologies signs licensing deal with Texas Instruments"
- LineStream offering SpinTAC software for tuning and control using ADRC to simplify design process and improve motor efficiency.
"Cleveland's LineStream Technologies Commercializes Home-Grown Technology; Announces Engagement With Texas Instruments"
The Fortune 200 Company Will Use LineStream's SpinTAC(TM) Software to Boost Performance and Slash Design Time in Motor-Related Products
- Cleveland State University's first attempting to replace 1920s technology to make it easier and cheaper for manyfacturers to operate.
"First CSU commercialization effort helps manufacturers fine-tune machinery"
- A report about ADRC technology titled "LineStream Technologies: Advanced Control, Made Simple " is published on the website of Ohio Polymer. ADRC is installed in a number of Parker Hannifin's polymer hose extruders in their Ravenna, Ohio, facility and deliver drastic efficiency and quality improvements.
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