Probst joined the company in 2011 as part of its acquisition of Pleasanton, Calif-.-based Microfluidic Systems, the company announced Monday.
“Over the past three years, our team has accomplished several significant milestones, including teaming with major government contractors, receiving a $2.5 million license fee from a large partner, and last month entering into a strategic contract to demonstrate our M-BAND product in a Defense Department program,” Probst said.
William Caragol, PositiveID chairman and CEO, said Probst will work to help the company reach its major goals for 2014 and beyond.
PositiveID develops biological detection systems for the national defense industry.
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