Tampa, FL, March 26, 2018 – Northern Lights Solutions (NLS), a leading worldwide
product innovation firm, has landed a new contract with Triple Beam Technologies, Inc. to help with research and design on their new Cannibuster Marijuana test equipment.
With the legalization of marijuana happening in several states, some measures must be taken to make sure citizen are responsible for their consumption. Steps must be in place to ensure individuals are not impaired while operating machinery at work or driving motorized vehicles.
Triple Beam Technologies based in Akron, Ohio were looking to develop a device that would measure if a person was under the influence of marijuana by testing the active ingredient THC in the bloodstream. The handy tool would be found in police vehicles, the workplace and other appropriate avenues where they could administer a saliva test to someone that appeared to be impaired. The contraption would also be marketed to individuals to keep at home to let them know if they are safe to drive.
Triple Beam Technologies came up with the concept but needed to hire a firm to take it to the next level with research and development. Because of their impressive R&D skills Northern Lights Solutions were hired to collect data, to analyze results, and develop a hand held prototype.
Roger Tipton, Principal for New Product Innovation commented that, “We here at NLS have the talent, experience and research tools available to develop a complex device like the Cannibuster that requires expertise in industrial design, optics, electronics, image processing mechanical design, and prototype production.”
Northern Lights Solutions, headquartered in Tampa, Florida, is a leading worldwide
provider of innovation, research and development, and technology. NLS has supported its customers by helping them develop innovative product lines with advanced technology making them more efficient. Their knowledge is always working to serve customers by understanding their needs. For more information please contact NLS at 813-615-0111 or visit their website at www.nlsde.com.