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The innovation we’re looking for is convincingly unconventional. You could almost say it’s revolutionary, even though it doesn’t turn things entirely upside down, but instead just realigns them a bit. That lets it get close to the action, where the innovation applies pressure in the most effective way. It uses up to 20 percent less pressure, making for significant energy savings. But the innovation is actually a highly compact featherweight when compared with its relatives. That is why it gives the engineers who use it a breath of fresh air and greater design latitude. It’s quite sociable, too, getting along with most of the components in the system. And if the engineer wants to include a sensor in the concept, then he can simply place it in close proximity to the innovation we are looking for. The two of them are guaranteed to get along fine with each other. That’s what “unconventional” means today.
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