Founded in 1975, Good Will Instrument Co., Ltd was the first professional manufacturer in Taiwan specializing in electrical test & measurement instruments. GW Instek began as a manufacturer of power supplies and quickly expanded into the development of high precision electronic test and measurement instruments.
After decades of experience in the test and measurement industry, GW Instek has grown to become the largest manufacturer and developer of Test and measurement instruments in Taiwan. Today GW Instek has more than 300 product items, ranging from oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, signal sources, basic test & measurement instruments to video surveillance systems. GW Instek has also seen its present growth internationally. With headquarters located in Taipei, Taiwan, GW Instek has subsidiaries in mainland China, America, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands and Malaysia; its products are sold to more than 80 countries worldwide.
For 40 years, NI has worked with engineers and scientists to provide answers to the most challenging questions. Through these pursuits, NI customers have brought hundreds of thousands of products to market, overcome innumerable technological roadblocks, and engineered a better life for us all. If you can turn it on, connect it, drive it, or launch it, chances are NI technology helped make it happen.
NI provides powerful, flexible technology solutions that accelerate productivity and drive rapid innovation. From daily tasks to grand challenges, NI helps engineers and scientists overcome complexity to exceed even their own expectations. Customers in nearly every industry—from healthcare and automotive to consumer electronics and particle physics—use NI’s integrated hardware and software platform to improve our world.
Formulated in 1988, and based on our founding principles, the Yokogawa Philosophy articulates Yokogawa’s social mission and sets out the values that guide the actions of Yokogawa’s people. Governing our corporate activities, it aims to ensure that we all continue to live up to the ideals of our founders. Yokogawa is a leading provider of Industrial Automation and Test and Measurement solutions. Combining superior technology with engineering services, project management, and maintenance, Yokogawa delivers field proven operational efficiency, safety, quality, and reliability.
Digilent Inc. is a company to help make more engineers through making technology accessible to any audience. Since founding in 2000, by two engineering educators, Digilent has brought products that blend the world of engineering education with engineering professionals. Digilent not only creates hardware that features cutting-edge semiconductor technology, but also offers resources that enable educator’s resources such as teaching material, sample labs, shared curriculums, hardware at student affordable prices, student design contests, and an extensive partnership network that caters to Universities.
Premium line of products includes Digital and Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes, Spectrum Analyzers and RF Signal Generators, Arbitrary waveform Generators, Sensitive Measurement Products, and Data Acquisition Systems. Testing solutions combine uncompromised product performance, quality, and advanced product features; all delivered at extremely attractive price points. Rigol’s solutions delight customers in many applications such as technical education, embedded design, WiFi integration, EMC, and manufacturing. Across all markets and products, customers with unprecedented value for their investment, reduce their overall cost of test and help speed time to completion of their designs or projects.
TI wasn’t always in the semiconductor business. It started out as a small oil and gas company in 1930 and then focused on defense systems electronics in the late 1940s. With the invention of the integrated circuit in 1958, TI entered the semiconductor business, devising microprocessors in the 1970s and digital signal processors in the 1980s. Now they are a global Fortune 500 technology company with more than 40,000 patents to our name.
In 1971, Tim Hooper, then a senior lecturer at The University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia), envisaged a communications training system that would allow students to set-up communications laboratory experiments without time-consuming preparations and the need for a test bench of instruments.
The result of his inspiration and vision was TIMS: Telecommunication Instructional Modelling System, a flexible and versatile communications trainer that incorporated all of the instruments needed to quickly and easily carry out every communications laboratory experiment required in a university-level course.
Emona’s ongoing development program focuses on specialized areas of communications providing practical experience in the latest areas of telecommunications theory. In manufacturing standards, Emona is committed to a quality policy that ensures the reliability of TIMS in a demanding teaching environment. Stringent quality control procedures are enforced during assembly, calibration and burn-in testing.