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Voler Systems President Speaks at BIOMEDevice San Jose
Date:11/13/2009

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Walt Maclay, President of Voler Systems (http://www.volersystems.com), has been selected to speak on "Data Acquisition for Medical Devices" at BIOMEDevice's Innovation Briefs on December 9, 2009. BIOMEDevice (http://www.devicelink.com/expo/biomed09/index.html) is the premier event for bringing together industry leaders in medical devices. The show offers a compelling mix of new medical technology and biopharmaceutical developments.

Medical device trends like portability, miniaturization, and connectivity have led to a proliferation of innovative products. At the heart of all these advances is data acquisition. Mr. Maclay's talk will explore practical issues in basic data acquisition. He will cover sampling rate, resolution, anti-aliasing filter requirements, and accuracy.

"Voler Systems did high-quality work on the data acquisition system for our animal test. In particular, I was impressed by their ability to overcome obstacles quickly. Voler was able to switch to a different system at the last minute when the manufacturer was unable to deliver, and Voler Systems delivered the system on schedule. It performed flawlessly and enabled us to collect the data we needed," praised Tamim Hamid, CEO of Presym (http://www.presym.com). "We will use Voler Systems again for data acquisition systems, electronic design, and sensor interfaces. Voler's staff is easy to work with and provided excellent advice and attention to detail," Hamid continued.

"Voler has always provided high-quality work and great customer service," said Sean Whalen, Founder & Chief Technical Officer of AlterG (http://alter-g.com). AlterG is the creator of a customized Anti-Gravity Treadmill for athletic training and m
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