Camarillo-based Interlink Electronics, which develops force sensing, position sensor, and other electronics for the interface market, said today that it has linked with the University of California, Santa Barbara. Interlink said the deal includes research collaboration, technology licensing, and access to UCSB's R&D facilities, via the UCSB Corporate Affiliates Program. Interlink said the deal would help it in the area of advanced research and development initiatives. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed. Interlink joins such companies as Teledyne, Microsoft, Northrop Grumman, Corning, and Raytheon in UCSB's program.
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Interlink Electronics Links With UCSB