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On the Record / Feb. 18, 2014


The Roycroft Campus Corp. appointed Carole Wageman and Phil Kadet to its board of directors. Wageman is vice president at Walsh Insurance Group. Kadet is a retired managing partner at Lumsden & McCormick.


The Women Lawyers of Western New York recently honored Cohen & Lombardo’s Maryann Saccomando Freedman as one of its Women Lawyers of the Century at a recent celebration of the organization’s 100th anniversary. Freedman is a certified arbitrator and mediator specializing in matrimonial and family law, receiving her juris doctor degree from the University at Buffalo School of Law. She was the first woman president of both the New York State Bar Association and the Erie County Bar Association.


Anne Ryan, executive director of Read to Succeed Buffalo, was appointed to the Steering Committee of Winning Beginning NYCompany C

The Main-Transit Fire Department, which operates in Amherst, adopted the first responder technology CommandScope to assist in saving lives and property in cases of emergencies. CommandScope, developed by Chicago-based RealView, provides first responders with instant en route access to site plans, floor plans, hazardous material details, utility shut-off locations, geographical maps, fire hydrants locations, and other critical building and infrastructure information. All of the information can be shared and updated in real time.


inLighten, a Clarence-headquartered digital signage, interactive, self-service and audio solutions provider, recently released Apollo, an ultra-compact, full-featured, solid-state Android digital signage player for commercial applications. The thumb-sized device eliminates equipment-laden systems in the field, to a powerful, cloud-based solution that relies on almost no hardware at the screen.


Title: Bone augmentation training system

No.: 8,641,422

Inventors: Francavilla, Vincent (Buffalo)

Date issued: Feb. 4, 2014

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