MA, December 08, 2007 -Boston Applied Technologies, Inc. (BATi)
and its subsidiary, iOptron Corporation were invited to join Massachusetts
Governor, Deval Patrick, at the Massachusetts-Shanghai Partnership
Forum in Shanghai, China. The Massachusetts Governor and members
of the Massachusetts-China Partnership delegation announced the
opening of the Massachusetts Technology center on December 6th at
the Shanghai Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park. Massachusetts-based high-tech
companies were also on display at the center's opening.
functional materials, fuel cells and photonics devices attracted
attendees' attention at the opening exhibition. Governor Patrick
highly praised BATi and its clean energy and life science products.
He encouraged BATi to bring more innovations to the industry.
"We have developed ultra-fast, low-loss products for bio-medical,
remote sensing and renewable energy industries. Plus, we have partners
in China to manufacture the photonics devices in large volume,"
says Dr. Hua Jiang, Chairman of BATi.
subsidiary, iOptron Corporation, also brought its products at the
display. They are SmartStar computerized GoTo telescope, 3D
imaging system, stokes imaging system, hyperspectral imaging filter,
and dental imaging scope.
Applied Technologies, Incorporated (BATi) was formed in 2002 by
the key management and technical team formerly with Corning Applied
Technologies, a subsidiary of Corning Incorporated. With many years
of development effort and a group of industry pioneers, BATi has
established a unique leading position in designing, manufacturing
and marketing a variety of light and polarization management components
for the telecommunications and instrumentation markets.