Lord signs agreement to acquire MicroStrain

  • 30-Aug-2012 03:44 EDT

Lord Corp. announced the signing of an agreement for the acquisition of MicroStrain Inc., a developer and supplier of sensing solutions to the aerospace, defense, agriculture and construction, energy, and consumer electronics markets based in Williston, VT. Most recently, MicroStrain has been involved in programs to flight test a range of energy harvesting and wireless devices embedded in helicopter rotor head key components, as well as vibration measurement devices on platforms such as the UH-60. Once the transaction is closed, the business will continue to operate out of its current location in Williston as MicroStrain, a Lord Company, while retaining its current 50-plus employee workforce.

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