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These excerpts taken from the RAE 10-K filed Mar 13, 2009.
Competition
 
The markets for gas detection monitoring devices and wireless gas monitoring systems are highly competitive. Our global gas detection competitors include Industrial Scientific Corporation, Mine Safety Appliances Company, Honeywell (BW Technologies), Ion Science, Draeger Safety Inc., Gastec Corporation and Bacou-Dalloz. In addition, China specific gas detection competitors include Ex-Saf and Cosmos, local China brands with established distribution networks.
 
Competitors in the gas monitoring industry differentiate themselves on the basis of their sensor technology, product quality, language support, service offerings, sales capabilities, cost and time to market. An emerging differentiator is the ability to manage data for long term exposure records and incident management. We believe we compete strongly in each of these areas and consider ourselves an industry leader in the design, development, marketing and manufacture of toxic gas monitoring devices. In particular, we believe our ability to develop products that integrate different chemical detection techniques, such as photoionization detectors, electrochemical sensors for specific toxic chemicals and combustible gas detectors, along with communication technologies that allow wireless data transfer, provide us with a competitive advantage. In addition, we believe our single user interface, training and support materials are a valuable resource for our distributors and end-users, which make our products more attractive to customers.


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Many of our gas detection competitors, however, have longer operating histories, larger customer bases, greater brand recognition and significantly greater financial and marketing resources than us. In addition, some of our competitors may be able to devote greater resources to marketing and promotional campaigns, adopt more aggressive pricing policies and/or devote more resources to technology and systems development.
 
We differentiate our radiation detection products on their intrinsic safety certifications and the dual nature of our products. Our Gamm RAE II R combines both a detector and dosimeter. Our Newtron RAE combines both gamma radiation and neutron detectors. Our Area RAE Gamma combines wireless gas detection and gamma radiation monitoring. Competitors in the radiation detection market include Canberra, Exporanium, ICx, MGP, Polimaster Ltd., Santa Barbara Systems, Smiths, Thermo Fisher and TSA Limited.
 
Competition


 



The markets for gas detection monitoring devices and wireless
gas monitoring systems are highly competitive. Our global gas
detection competitors include Industrial Scientific Corporation,
Mine Safety Appliances Company, Honeywell (BW Technologies), Ion
Science, Draeger Safety Inc., Gastec Corporation and
Bacou-Dalloz. In addition, China specific gas detection
competitors include Ex-Saf and Cosmos, local China brands with
established distribution networks.


 



Competitors in the gas monitoring industry differentiate
themselves on the basis of their sensor technology, product
quality, language support, service offerings, sales
capabilities, cost and time to market. An emerging
differentiator is the ability to manage data for long term
exposure records and incident management. We believe we compete
strongly in each of these areas and consider ourselves an
industry leader in the design, development, marketing and
manufacture of toxic gas monitoring devices. In particular, we
believe our ability to develop products that integrate different
chemical detection techniques, such as photoionization
detectors, electrochemical sensors for specific toxic chemicals
and combustible gas detectors, along with communication
technologies that allow wireless data transfer, provide us with
a competitive advantage. In addition, we believe our single user
interface, training and support materials are a valuable
resource for our distributors and end-users, which make our
products more attractive to customers.





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Many of our gas detection competitors, however, have longer
operating histories, larger customer bases, greater brand
recognition and significantly greater financial and marketing
resources than us. In addition, some of our competitors may be
able to devote greater resources to marketing and promotional
campaigns, adopt more aggressive pricing policies
and/or
devote more resources to technology and systems development.


 



We differentiate our radiation detection products on their
intrinsic safety certifications and the dual nature of our
products. Our Gamm RAE II R combines both a detector and
dosimeter. Our Newtron RAE combines both gamma radiation and
neutron detectors. Our Area RAE Gamma combines wireless gas
detection and gamma radiation monitoring. Competitors in the
radiation detection market include Canberra, Exporanium, ICx,
MGP, Polimaster Ltd., Santa Barbara Systems, Smiths, Thermo
Fisher and TSA Limited.


 




These excerpts taken from the RAE 10-K filed Mar 17, 2008.
Competition
 
The markets for gas detection monitoring devices and wireless gas monitoring systems are highly competitive. Our primary competitors include Industrial Scientific Corporation, Mine Safety Appliances Company, Honeywell (BW Technologies), Ion Science, Draeger Safety Inc., Gastec Corporation and Bacou-Dalloz.
 
Competitors in the gas monitoring industry differentiate themselves on the basis of their technology, product quality, service offerings, sale capabilities, cost and time to market. We believe we compete strongly in each of these areas and consider ourselves an industry leader in the design, development, marketing and manufacture of gas monitoring devices. In particular, we believe our ability to develop products that integrate different chemical detection techniques, such as photoionization detectors, electrochemical sensors for specific toxic chemicals and combustible gas detectors, along with communication technologies that allow wireless data transfer, provide us with a competitive advantage versus our competitors. In addition, we believe our training support materials are a valuable resource for our distributors and end-users, which make our products more attractive to customers.
 
Many of our competitors, however, have longer operating histories, larger customer bases, greater brand recognition and significantly greater financial and marketing resources than us. In addition, some of our competitors may be able to devote greater resources to marketing and promotional campaigns, adopt more aggressive pricing policies and/or devote more resources to technology and systems development.
 
Competition


 



The markets for gas detection monitoring devices and wireless
gas monitoring systems are highly competitive. Our primary
competitors include Industrial Scientific Corporation, Mine
Safety Appliances Company, Honeywell (BW Technologies), Ion
Science, Draeger Safety Inc., Gastec Corporation and
Bacou-Dalloz.


 



Competitors in the gas monitoring industry differentiate
themselves on the basis of their technology, product quality,
service offerings, sale capabilities, cost and time to market.
We believe we compete strongly in each of these areas and
consider ourselves an industry leader in the design,
development, marketing and manufacture of gas monitoring
devices. In particular, we believe our ability to develop
products that integrate different chemical detection techniques,
such as photoionization detectors, electrochemical sensors for
specific toxic chemicals and combustible gas detectors, along
with communication technologies that allow wireless data
transfer, provide us with a competitive advantage versus our
competitors. In addition, we believe our training support
materials are a valuable resource for our distributors and
end-users, which make our products more attractive to customers.


 



Many of our competitors, however, have longer operating
histories, larger customer bases, greater brand recognition and
significantly greater financial and marketing resources than us.
In addition, some of our competitors may be able to devote
greater resources to marketing and promotional campaigns, adopt
more aggressive pricing policies
and/or
devote more resources to technology and systems development.


 




This excerpt taken from the RAE 10-K filed Mar 16, 2007.
Competition
 
The market for gas detection monitoring devices is highly competitive and we expect the emerging wireless gas monitoring system market to be equally competitive. Our primary competitors include Industrial Scientific Corporation, Mine Safety Appliances Company, Honeywell (BW Technologies), Ion Science, Draeger Safety Inc., Gastec Corporation and Bacou-Dalloz.
 
Competitors in the gas monitoring industry differentiate themselves on the basis of their technology, quality of product, service offerings, sales capabilities, cost and time to market. We believe we compete strongly in these areas, and thus consider ourselves one of the industry leaders in the design, development, marketing and manufacture of gas monitoring devices. In particular, we believe our ability to develop products that integrate different chemical detection techniques, such as photoionization detectors, electrochemical sensors for specific toxic chemicals and combustible gas detectors, along with communication technologies that allow wireless data transfer, provide us with a competitive advantage versus our competitors. In addition, we believe our training support materials are a valuable resource for our distributors and end-users, which make our products more attractive to customers.
 
Many of our competitors, however, have longer operating histories, larger customer bases, greater brand recognition and significantly greater financial and marketing resources than us. In addition, some of our competitors may be able to devote greater resources to marketing and promotional campaigns, adopt more aggressive pricing policies and/or devote more resources to technology and systems development.
 
This excerpt taken from the RAE 10-K filed Mar 31, 2006.

Competition

 

The market for gas detection monitoring devices is highly competitive and we expect the emerging wireless gas monitoring system market to be equally competitive. Our primary competitors include Industrial Scientific Corporation, Mine Safety Appliances Company, BW Technologies, Ion Science, Draeger Safety Inc., Gastec Corporation and Bacou-Dalloz.

 

Competitors in the gas monitoring industry differentiate themselves on the basis of their technology, quality of product, service offerings, sales capabilities, cost and time to market. We believe we compete strongly in these areas, and thus consider ourselves one of the industry leaders in the design, development, marketing and manufacture of gas monitoring devices. In particular, we believe our ability to develop products that integrate different chemical detection techniques, such as photo-ionization detectors, electrochemical sensors for specific toxic chemicals and combustible gas detectors, along with communication technologies that allow wireless data transfer, provide us with a competitive advantage versus our competitors. In addition, we believe our training support materials are a valuable resource for our distributors and end-users, which make our products more attractive to customers.

 

Many of our competitors, however, have longer operating histories, larger customer bases, greater brand recognition and significantly greater financial and marketing resources than us. In addition, some of our competitors may be able to devote greater resources to marketing and promotional campaigns, adopt more aggressive pricing policies and/or devote more resources to technology and systems development.

 

This excerpt taken from the RAE 10-K filed Mar 18, 2005.

Competition

 

The market for gas detection monitoring devices is highly competitive and we expect the emerging wireless gas monitoring system market to be equally competitive. Our primary competitors include Industrial Scientific Corporation, Mine Safety Appliances Company, BW Technologies, Ion Science, Draeger Safety Inc., Gastec Corporation and Bacou-Dalloz.

 

Competitors in the gas monitoring industry differentiate themselves on the basis of their technology, quality of product, service offerings, sales capabilities, cost, and time to market. We believe we compete strongly in these areas, and thus consider ourselves one of the industry leaders in the design, development and manufacture of gas monitoring devices. In particular, we believe our ability to develop products that integrate different chemical detection techniques, such as photo-ionization detectors, electrochemical sensors for specific toxic chemicals, and combustible gas detectors, along with communication technologies that allow wireless data transfer, provide us with a competitive advantage vis-à-vis our competitors. In addition, we believe our training support materials are a valuable resource for our distributors and end-users, which make our products more attractive to customers.

 

Many of our competitors, however, have longer operating histories, larger customer bases, greater brand recognition and significantly greater financial and marketing resources than us. In addition, some of our competitors may be able to devote greater resources to marketing and promotional campaigns, adopt more aggressive pricing policies, and/or devote more resources to technology and systems development.

 

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