The industrial laser maker Rofin-Sinar Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: RSTI), based in Plymouth and in Hamburg, Germany, Thursday reported net income of $9.8 million for its fourth fiscal quarter ended Sept. 30, down 3 percent from $10.1 million in the same quarter a year earlier.
Ann Arbor-based Molecular Imaging Inc. said Thursday it had a collaboration and co-promotion agreement with Freiburg, Germany-based Oncotest GmbH.
Servant Systems Implements Franchise Software For Domino’s Pizza UK, Ireland, Germany And Switzerland
The Ann Arbor software firm Servant Systems has signed a contract with Domino’s Pizza UK and Ireland Limited, the Domino’s master franchisee across the UK, Republic of Ireland, Germany and Switzerland, to provide the Domino’s Pulse Franchise Office System developed by Servant Systems.
The Royal Oak office of the German three-dimensional visualization software developer RTT has created content for the new Audio of America and Audi AG online car configurators.
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Livonia-based TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. (NYSE: TRW) is highlighting how its next generation of safety technologies is laying the foundations to enable semi-automated driving at this year’s Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (IAA) in Frankfurt this year.
Rofin-Sinar Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: RSTI), the industrial laser maker with dual headquarters in Plymouth and Hamburg, Germany, reported financial results for the third fiscal quarter and nine months ended June 30.
Engineering and computing students at Grand Valley State University have a new opportunity to study abroad and intern at companies overseas through two new international partnerships.
Sensors Inc. Friday announced that the company has developed a CAN-based interface between its Semtech Ecostar line of Portable Emissions Measurement Systems and the widely deployed and universally accepted INCA software from Germany’s ETAS GmbH, which used in the development of vehicle embedded systems.
Lawrence Technological University has entered a partnership with a German foundation to offer four degree programs to German students, with half of the instruction to be at LTU’s Southfield campus and half at German universities.