Eurocontrol Technics Group Inc. is a Canadian public company listed on the Toronto Venture Exchange and trading under the symbol EUO. Eurocontrol specializes in the acquisition, development and commercialization of innovative security, authentication, verification and certification technologies.
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - June 15, 2016) - Eurocontrol Technics Group Inc. (TSX VENTURE:EUO) ("Eurocontrol" or the "Company"), a Canadian public company specializing in the acquisition, development and commercialization of innovative authentication, verification and certification technologies, is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, XwinSys Technology Development Ltd. ("XwinSys") will be participating in SEMICON West 2016, the world's marketplace for microelectronics innovation and largest conference and exhibition for the Semiconductor industry. The Conference and Exhibition is being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco on July 12 - 14, 2016. XwinSys will be exhibiting at the South Hall, booth #2245.
Xenemetrix is a leading designer, manufacturer, and marketer of energy-dispersive x-ray fluorescence (ED-XRF) systems and components and holds a number of certifications. Xenemetrix is dedicated to designing, manufacturing and supporting ED-XRF bench top spectrometers / analyzers as well as laboratory and mobile elemental analysis instrumentation. Located in Israel and with over 30 years experience, Xenemetrix is the recipient of the Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award in 2015 and 2010 for Global Analytical X-Ray Instrumentation Price Performance Value Leadership and Global ED-XRF Analyzers Product Line Strategy of the Year, respectively.
XwinSys is a development stage company that is currently developing intellectual property that will combine 2D and 3D image processing technology, from Brossh Inspection Systems Ltd. of Israel, with Xenemetrix’s ED-XRF technology. The 2D and 3D imaging will be used for surface scanning of wafers and electronic boards used in semiconductors, while the ED-XRF technology will be used for elemental analysis of the materials that comprise the wafers and electronic boards.