Rochester Business Journal Features GIS
A leading business-news publication for Western New York, the Rochester Business Journal recently published an overview of GIS and its role within the sustainability field today.
American Fuel CellView Case Study
We have established an excellent relationship with RIT-COESM to further the research, development, test, and manufacture of fuel cell membrane electrode assemblies. We expect to jointly seek funding for advanced catalyst formulations.
Woerner Industries, Inc.View Case Study
The people at RIT walked us through the process of using new technology to accurately and efficiently replicate hand-carved woodwork using existing equipment. With this new capability, Woerner is positioned to expand our product offerings and be more competitive.
Davies Office, Inc.View Case Study
COE-ASM was able to quantify the environmental impacts of our remanufactured workspaces versus OEM workspaces. We now feel confident informing our clients on the positive effects remanufacturing has on the environment.
Effortless AdvantageView Case Study
What we ended up doing is creating a better, more market ready design.
Rochester ColonialView Case Study
The model that RIT built gives us the confidence to know that what we’re building is 100% safe. COE-SM people were a pleasure to work with and pragmatic in their approach. We now are more confident to transition the product to mass production.
Council RockView Case Study
We turned to the Center to assist us with this new product, and I can say we are very pleased with the results. Working with COE-ASM proved to be a good business move, and as a result we have secured a pilot order that we believe will lead to thousands of additional sales of our product.
The Gunlocke CompanyView Case Study
We received a unique, timely and targeted assessment of our operations that will ultimately improve our sustainability and financial bottomline.
G.W. LISKView Case Study
COE-ASM came in with several different ideas to address our difficult inspection challenges; I don’t think they could have done a better job.