Automation Alley, the Troy-based technology business association for southeast Michigan, announced today that 27 new members joined the organization in May.

Said Automation Alley Executive Director Ken Rogers: “This isn’t about numbers — it’s about creating valuable relationships based on a shared desire to see our region grow and prosper. I believe Automation Alley is greater than the sum of its parts, but each part plays a vital role in creating a sustainable technology economy here in Michigan.”

The following 27 new members joined Automation Alley in May:

Association / Nonprofit
Grantmaking Foundation
* Innovate3D (Pontiac)
Trade Association
* AmCham Germany (Troy)
* APICS Greater Detroit Chapter (Southfield)
* Mobile Technology Association of Michigan (Southfield)
* SAE Detroit Section (Farmington Hills)

Professional Services
Architectural Services
* Harley Ellis Devereaux (Southfield)
Commercial Real Estate Services
* Core Partners, LLC (Birmingham)
Legal Services
* Foley & Lardner LLP (Detroit)
* EPIC Translations (Farmington Hills)
* Orange Dragin Group, LLC (Troy)

Technology and Manufacturing
Computer and IT Services
* ComTech Central (Roseville)
* Digital Guidance (Milford)
Computer Software Development
* Exilant Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (Troy)
Engineering, Design and Prototyping Services
* Segula Technologies (Orchard Lake)
* Avio-Tech Ltd. (Grosse Pointe Farms)
* Coherix Inc. (Ann Arbor)
* Elbit Systems of America, LLC (Sterling Heights)
* Green Go Tek (Milford)
* Heck and Becker Corp. (Rochester Hills)
* Keith Meriedeth & Associates Inc. (West Bloomfield)
* MaterialWerks, LLC (Oxford)
Materials, Composites and Chemicals
* InPore Technologies, Inc. (Saline)
* Capital Communications (Plymouth)
* Opus Global Group (Sterling Heights)
Robotics and Automation 
* De-Sta-Co (Auburn Hills)
Other Technology-based Services
* Insight Technologies, LLC (Shelby Township)
* Simulation Strategy (Waterford)

Additionally, in the past 31 days, Automation Alley’s website,, welcomed 22,673 visitors and 34,599 page views. The top page was once again the Event Calendar, which spotlights Automation Alley’s member companies. Individuals and organizations in Canada, India, and China visited the site, while regionally, the City of Troy led the majority with 2,696 visits.

Since its founding in 1999, Automation Alley has expanded to include nearly 1,000 businesses, educational institutions and government entities from the City of Detroit and the surrounding eight-county region. Automation Alley promotes regional prosperity through entrepreneurial and exporting assistance, workforce development and technology acceleration.

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