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Indigo Advanced Systems, an engineering group recently acquired by Indigo Systems Corp., has completed its move to a 5000-square-foot facility at 701 Johns Sims Parkway East, Suite 2B, Niceville, Fla. The new division houses eight employees and will continue production of the RTools software suite, designed for imaging applications that require extremely accurate radiometric quantities of static or dynamic phenomenon. . . . Motorola Computer Group, part of Motorola Inc., announced that Eastman Kodak Co.’s Health Imaging Group has selected Motorola’s embedded ATX motherboard, the PATX3070, to power its DryView 8900 Dry Laser Imager system for general radiography. The dry laser imaging technology produces more than 180 films per hour at 650 pixels-per-inch laser resolution. . . . The Boeing Co. has named Kees Blekxtoon as president of Boeing Northern and Western Europe. He will represent the company's interests in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Ireland, Austria, Switzerland and Portugal, and will assist Boeing in Central Europe pending the appointment of a regional leader there. He will be based in Amsterdam. Boeing also named John Craig as regional vice president in the Middle East. A former US ambassador to Oman, Craig will help expand Boeing's market presence and profile and will pursue new revenue-growth opportunities in Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Yemen. He will be based in the United Arab Emirates.
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