Labsphere a Finalist for New Hampshire High Tech Council Product of the Year

North Sutton, N.H. (November 14, 2013) – The New Hampshire High Technology Council honored Labsphere, Inc., as a finalist for its 2013 Product of the Year award for the company’s Integral® Light Measurement Software. Labsphere staff received recognition by Gov. Maggie Hassan at the council’s ceremony Nov. 12.

Marty Himmelstein, Dr. Peter Weitzman, Eric Bakeman, Jeff Holt.  Not pictured, Dave Chambers.

Marty Himmelstein, Dr. Peter Weitzman, Eric Bakeman, Jeff Holt. Not pictured, Dave Chambers.

Labsphere’s Integral Light Measurement Software met the judging criteria for high-tech products showing exemplary performance, functionality, uniqueness, and ability to fulfill unmet market needs. The High Tech Council’s panel of professionals experienced in the development and commercialization of high-tech products has presented the award since 2006 to the product that best meets this criteria.

Integral is the photonics industry’s first software platform to run on HTML5-enabled browsers, allowing users to manage their light testing facilities from anywhere in the world and in multiple languages. Integral’s speed in performing lighting product measurements, coupled with robust database and reporting capabilities, has quickly allowed the product to gain global acceptance as a new standard in the LED and light measurement industry.

Three other finalists were considered for the award. Labsphere was a semi-finalist for this award in 2011 with its UV-2000S Sunscreen Analyzer.

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