Longwood, FL – September 23, 2010. Analog Modules, Inc. (“AMI”) received the William C. Schwartz Industry Innovation Award representing Seminole County from the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission (“EDC”). Named in honor of the late William (“Bill”) C. Schwartz – an avid community leader, business pioneer and innovator within the field of optics and photonics – this EDC awards program recognizes local companies for innovative practices, products and ideas. It is fitting that AMI received this award as AMI is a 1979 spin-off from Bill Schwartz’s company, International Laser Systems (now Northrop Grumman Laser Systems). This year’s luncheon was held on September 8, 2010 at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in Orlando, FL where Ian Crawford, President of AMI and Tim Ayres, V.P. Laser Electronics Division accepted the award.
AMI was selected for its innovation in the design and development of a new generation of laser spot trackers utilizing a mixture of analog and digital technology with wide flexibility for missile and platform tracker applications. The latest high-speed digital technology is combined with an innovative switched-gain, low-noise preamplifier to give a dynamic range of over 1 million to one with superior accuracy and resolution. For more detailed technical information, see the Model 742DP Laser Spot Tracker on our website at http://www.analogmodules.com/admincenter/datasheets/742dp.pdf.
Analog Modules, Inc. (“AMI”), a subsidiary of HEICO Corporation (NYSE: HEI), has been selected as a winner of the prestigious 3-Star Supplier Excellence Award by Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) for its outstanding performance in 2008.
Raytheon stated in their notification letter, “Analog Modules Inc. has met our expectations by maintaining the highest standards in quality, on-time delivery, and customer satisfaction in supporting critical SAS programs.”
AMI, with certain patented products, is believed to be the leading independent producer of Laser Rangefinder Receivers for the US military market. AMI takes pride that it is certified to ISO 9001:2000 and is committed to product excellence.
AMI’s attendance at this year’s LASER show in Munich, Germany led to much interest in our products. Gary and I displayed AMI’s products in a corner booth of the USA Pavilion and we received numerous inquiries regarding our pulsed laser diode drivers, Pockels cell drivers, and laser rangefinder and quadrant tracking receivers.
We are currently responding to these inquiries with additional information and follow-up contact, and I feel confident that some of these will turn into nice orders. – Tim Ayres
Attending LASER World of PHOTONICS in Munich? If so please stop by AMI’s booth in Hall B1, Booth 545A. The exhibit runs from June 15 to 18
Follow AMI at http://twitter.com/AnalogModules
Analog Modules, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of its redesigned website www.analogmodules.com. The revised site has been rebuilt to provide quick and easy access to solutions for your sensing and laser electronics needs. Enhanced product listings provide information critical to your current and future projects. See the featured products for AMI’s newest innovations. Please contact AMI to discuss the specifics of your application: firstname.lastname@example.org
Specialists in analog electronics for the electro-optics industry, Analog Modules designs and manufacturers a wide range of products for Sensing and Laser applications. AMI offers a complete line of hybrid laser rangefinder receivers, quadrant tracking detector/processors, linear and logarithmic amplifiers, pulse stretchers, fiber optic links and photodetector-amplifier modules. Laser electronic manufactured by AMI include seed laser drivers, capacitor charging power supplies, simmer supplies, Pockels cell drivers, CW arc lamp drivers, pulsed flashlamp drivers, and mid to high power laser diode drivers. AMI’s products are available in a variety of packages, from OEM modules to stand-alone, turn-key systems and serve applications in military, medical, scientific and industrial markets.
Founded in 1979, AMI is located in Longwood, Florida. Over 65 full-time employees are involved in design, development, and manufacturing. AMI takes pride in its ISO 9001:2000 certification and is committed to product excellence.