IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Interlink Electronics, Inc. (OTC: LINK), a world-leading trusted technology partner in the rapidly advancing world of human-machine interface (HMI) devices, sensors, and other cutting-edge technologies, welcomes aboard Professor Graham Wren as strategic technical advisor to the company. Wren's appointment is the latest advancement in Interlink's commitment to introducing a steady stream of new product offerings.
Based in Glasgow, Scotland, Wren is major projects director and special advisor to the Principal at Strathclyde University. Over the course of his career, he has led projects in such diverse fields as nuclear technology, forensic science, and industrial research. He has also helped create more than 20 industry-focused transnational research centers that have collectively raised more than $2 billion.
"Interlink is vigorously pursuing the development and acquisition of new technological capabilities and product offerings," said Steven N. Bronson—chairman, president and CEO of Interlink Electronics. "Professor Wren's extensive insight into a vast array of technical industries will help Interlink evolve beyond our signature sensors into new technological frontiers."
Wren has served on the board of more than 30 companies and research centers in the pharmaceutical, aeronautical, advanced manufacturing, nuclear, photonics, security, and asset management sectors. He is a Chartered Engineer and Chartered Director and is a Fellows of the UK's national engineering academy, the Royal Academy of Engineering and was awarded an OBE by HM Queen Elizabeth II in the 2019 Queen's Birthday honours list for services to Engineering, Science and Higher Education.
"Interlink's rich history has provided a strong technological base from which to grow," said Wren. "I look forward to contributing to Interlink's newest phase of development."
About Interlink Electronics
Interlink Electronics is a world-leading trusted provider of HMI, sensor, and IoT solutions. In addition to standard product offerings, Interlink utilizes its expertise in materials science, manufacturing, firmware, and software to produce in-house system solutions for custom applications. For 35 years, Interlink has led the printed electronics industry in the commercialization of its patented Force Sensing Resistor® technology and has supplied some of the world's top electronics manufacturers with intuitive sensor and interface technologies like the VersaPad and the new VersaPad Plus, which boasts the largest active surface area of any resistive touchpad. It also has a proven track record of supplying technological solutions for mission-critical applications in a diverse range of markets—including medical, automotive, consumer electronics, telecommunications, and industrial control—providing standard and custom-designed sensors that give engineers the flexibility and functionally they seek in today's sophisticated electronic devices. Interlink serves an international customer base from its headquarters in Irvine, Calif., and pending world-class materials science lab and R&D center in Camarillo, Calif. They are supported by strategic global locations covering manufacturing, distribution, and sales support. For more information, please visit InterlinkElectronics.com.
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