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7 More Companies Join NEMA

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NEMAmembers 400x275November 21, 2022

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) recently welcomed seven companies as new NEMA members.

“These members represent a cross-section of innovative electroindustry subsectors and show the tremendous diversity of NEMA’s membership,” said NEMA President & CEO Debra Phillips. “We’re thrilled to have seven new members who each play such an important role in producing innovative products to supercharge the energy transition, integrate technology more seamlessly into our lives, and prevent disease.”

The new companies join the nearly 325 existing member companies across the electrical equipment and medical imaging space. The new members are:

AmberSemi™, which is developing semiconductors to digitally control energy in building systems.

Annalise.ai, which produces artificial intelligence programs that allow doctors to more quickly and accurately diagnose cancer through medical imaging.

Lunit, which is developing artificial intelligence solutions for diagnosis and treatment for cancer.

Norplex-Micarta, which makes insulating materials for electrical transmission and distribution equipment.

T-1 Lighting, which manufactures LED lighting systems and controls.

U.S. Pole, a manufacturer of streetlights and other outdoor lighting products.

Yunex, which provides traffic management solutions.

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