Sandia needs manufacturing aid

Sandia National Laboratories wants information on licensing, manufacturing and selling integrated hardware and software architecture, called Sensor Management Architecture, to support sensor network integration and control. Sandia's architecture was designed to support weapons of mass destruction detection technologies into unified sensor networks.

Sandia wants companies that have the technical capability and manufacturing capacity to produce these sensor devices for government and commercial applications. Responses are due by Nov. 30. Contact Colleen Kearney at


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