Universal Detection Technology joins NineSigma network of open innovation providers concentrating on the CBRN detection field

LOS ANGELES, Calif., 15 Nov. 2010. Universal Detection Technology, a developer of early-warning monitoring technologies to protect people from bioterrorism and other infectious health threats, has joined the NineSigma network of open innovation providers. Joining the network is part of the UNDT's new marketing effort given the worldwide rise in CBRN threats, reveals a representative.

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LOS ANGELES, Calif., 15 Nov. 2010. Universal Detection Technology, a developer of early-warning monitoring technologies to protect people from bioterrorism and other infectious health threats, has joined the NineSigma network of open innovation providers. Joining the network is part of the UNDT's new marketing effort given the worldwide rise in CBRN threats, reveals a representative.

NineSigma is an experienced and advanced Open Innovation service provider. NineSigma engages companies across all industry sectors with the global innovation community, and enables their organizations to leverage the open innovation network of external resources to solve immediate challenges, fill product pipelines, and integrate new knowledge and capabilities into their organizations. NineSigma's partners include: GE, Colgate-Palmolive, and several Fortune 500 firms.

Universal Detection Technology is a developer and provider of biological weapon detection equipment to first responders and private industries. The company's bio-detection equipment includes the 5 agent bio-detection kit certified by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and has been evaluated by the U.S. DOD, as well as the United Kingdom military.

"Joining the NineSigma network allows us to leverage our expertise in the CBRN detection field by providing detection solutions to companies," says Jacques Tizabi, CEO of Universal Detection Technology. "We also plan to tap NineSigma's vast network to expand our capabilities in the CBRN detection field.”

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