Monitoring/Measuring Equipment (184)
Suppliers of automotive manufacturing/assembly-line monitoring & measuring equipment.
ACR Systems, Inc. in Surrey, British Columbia.
A supplier of data logger instruments that measure and record temperature, relative humidity, electric current, pressure, process signals, pulse frequency, power quality etc.
ACTIA Inc. in Elkhart, Indiana.
A supplier of automotive diagnostic testers, on-board electronics, instrumentation, audio and video systems to the automotive industry.
Advanced Mechanical Technology, Inc. in Watertown, Massachusetts.
Provides multi-axis force/torque measurement and wear testing technology, as well as research and development in heat and combustion.
Agilent Technologies Inc. in Santa Clara, California.
A supplier of test and measuring products. Automotive applications include exterior lighting (CHMSL, rear combination lights, number plate lights and turn signals), interior lighting and indication and navigation & entertainment systems (backlighting for LCDs and switches).
American Stress Technologies, Inc. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of manufacturing process control and quality inspection systems to monitor grinding, super finishing, shot peening, heat treatment and case depth after case hardening operations. Automotive application areas include camshafts, crankshafts, bearings, gears and valves. Technologies used include Barkhausen Noise (BN), X-ray Diffraction (XRD) and hole-drilling for monitoring residual stresses, retained austenite content, grinding burns, heat treat defects, hardness changes and welding stress.
Application Engineering, Inc. in South Haven, Michigan.
Specializes in the design of mechanical components for engine and powertrain test cells. Products include dynamometers, engine handling equipment, drive line components, cooling systems, fuel systems and actuator systems, etc.
Applied Precision, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
Provides optical 3D surface digitizing, measurement and inspection services.
ATAGO USA, Inc. in Bellevue, Washington.
A supplier of refractometers. Applications include concentration analysis of lubricants, cutting oils, anti-freeze, washer fluids and other automotive and industrial fluids.
Atlas Copco Tools and Assembly Systems LLC in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of electric and pneumatic tools, assembly systems and services that are used in industrial applications for automotive and general industry world-wide.
Audio Precision Inc. in Beaverton, Oregon.
A manufacturer of audio test and measurement equipment.
Auto/Con Services, LLC in Fraser, Michigan.
Provides support services to automotive clients such as turnkey solutions focusing on system engineering & design, field installation & start-up, training and support. Staff includes engineers, programmers, technicians and specialists experienced in automation, assembly and machining. Capabilities include scheduling, project management, inventory management, total quality control, and maintenance support.
Automated Precision, Inc. in Rockville, Maryland.
A supplier of metrology solutions such as laser-based measurement systems.
Automation and Metrology, Inc. in Mentor, Ohio.
A distributor of linear and rotary position feedback, custom gages and precision measurement systems.
B+K Precision Corporation in Yorba Linda, California.
A supplier of test and measurement products.
BEI Technologies, Inc. in Thousand Oaks, California.
Manufactures rotary optical encoders. Product categories include optical encoders, incremental, optical encoders, absolute, linear encoders, signal conditioners, and encoder accessories.
Brüel & Kjær North America Inc. in Norcross, Georgia.
A provider of noise and vibration harshness (NVH) test equipment to the automotive industry. Products include microphones, accelerometers, laser vibrometers, force transducers, signal conditioning, sound level meters, shakers & controllers, NVH analyzers, and post processing software. Engineering support services include NVH consulting, continuing education classes, and production test services. Application areas of expertise include sound intensity, acoustic holography, modal analysis, order tracking, in vehicle data recording, human vibration, and passby noise systems. Capabilities include calibration of NVH test equipment at an A2LA and ISO 9000 certified calibration facility as well as onsite calibration.
Burke E. Porter Machinery Company in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Provides testing solutions for end of line production vehicle testing including roll & brake testers, non contact alignment machines, headlight aiming systems, BSR machines, etc. Also producers of electric chassis & powertrain dynamometers for use in test and development labs. In addition to test systems also produces complete production tire and wheel assembly lines.
California Analytical Instruments, Inc. in Orange, California.
A supplier of gas analyzers, FTIRs and custom systems for use in automotive emission measurement applications.
Cambridge Viscosity, Inc. in Medford, Massachusetts.
A supplier of in-line and laboratory viscometers including a process control viscometer, SPC-311 sensor and ViscoPro 2000. Applications include improvement of automotive paint.
Campbell Scientific, Inc. in Logan, Utah.
A manufacturer of dataloggers, data acquisition systems and measurement and control products for vehicle manufacturers.
Canadian Measurement-Metrology, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A supplier of coordinate measurement machines and related services.
CANNON® Instrument Company in State College, Pennsylvania.
A provider of viscosity-related measurement products and services.
Capacitec, Inc. in Ayer, Massachusetts.
A designer and manufacturer of non-contact capacitive displacement sensors, gap sensors, hole probes and parallelism sensing systems, which include hardware, data acquisition systems and software. Automotive industry application areas include disc brake wear analysis, rotor run-out (thermal expansion), rotor coning (wobble), rotor thickness variation, plate-to-plate orientation (v-ing, barreling) as well as in automotive glass manufacturing.
Cincinnati Test Systems, Inc. in Harrison, Ohio.
A supplier of leak test instruments and turnkey systems and press force systems and monitors. Leak Test Systems utilize pressure decay, mass flow, helium sensing, and helium mass spectrometer systems. Leak test instruments include Sentinel C-20 and M24 (Multi Channel), pressure decay instruments; Sentinel I-24 multi test type (flow, pressure decay, differential pressure) instrument; and Falcon helium accumulation leak test systems. Signature analysis instruments include SAM100, SAM300, and SAM400 monitors and AMP and AMPH electromechanical servo press modules.
Coherix, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A supplier of holographic and optical-based inspection systems for measuring machined parts.
Correlated Solutions, Inc. in Columbia, South Carolina.
A supplier of non-contact shape and deformation measuring equipment.
Dantec Dynamics, Inc. in Holtsville, New York.
A provider of integrated measurement systems solutions for research into flows, turbulence, and particle dynamics, as well as optical systems for the optimization of industrial processes. Automotive application areas include body aerodynamics, component strain/stress & vibration, drag reduction, aero-acoustics research, passenger & engine compartment/radiator/duct/brake flow analysis, engine combustion diagnostics, exhaust systems, CFD code validation, etc.
Datacolor in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.
Provides an integrated suite of software products, measuring systems, and supporting services that provide centralized control of the color management process. Automotive applications include paint, plastics, and textiles.
Dataforth Corporation in Tucson, Arizona.
A supplier of data acquisition, signal conditioning and data communication products for industrial applications.
Data Physics Corporation in San Jose, California.
A manufacturer of signal processing solutions including dynamic signal analyzers, vibration controllers, shakers and accessories.
DE-STA-CO Automotive in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A global supplier of work holding and automation products and services such as clamps, indexers, hydraulic workholding fixtures, grippers, linear motion systems, rotary motion systems, electric devices, robotic tooling, end effector systems, conveyors, etc.
Dewetron America, Inc. in Wakefield, Rhode Island.
A supplier of portable data acquisition systems, power quality analyzers, and portable industrial PCs. Automotive test applications include chassis, brakes, dynamometers, ride handling, airbags, test tracks, etc.
Drew Technologies Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A provider of high speed vehicle interface tools for engineering, manufacturing, end of line testing, calibration reflashing, and service tool applications.
Dynisco Viatran Corporation in Wheatfield, New York.
A manufacturer of pressure transducers & transmitters to the automotive test industry. Applications include uses in R&D, production, engine, brake, fuel, emissions, tire, transmission, etc. Products include gage, absolute, differential and vacuum pressure sensors in ranges from 5 inches WC to 100K PSI.
ECO Physics, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Provides chemiluminescence NOx and ammonia analyzers for emissions measurement and testing.
Ectron Corporation in San Diego, California.
Manufactures instrumentation products for data acquisition and calibration. Products include amplifiers, transducer conditioner amplifiers, thermocouple simulator/calibrators, and ac power sources. Applications include on-board vehicle testing.
Emprise Corporation in Kennesaw, Georgia.
An engineering firm specializing in the design and construction of custom automotive test stands (for engines and components). Services include building new facilities and modernizing existing facilities. Products include turbine anemometers for wind tunnel testing and fuel cell humidification systems. Automotive capabilities include testing gasoline and diesel engines from 25 hp to 8000 hp, radiator cooling analysis (calorimeters, diesel emission test stands, component test stands, etc.
Engine Control & Monitoring in Santa Clara, California.
Develops, manufactures, and sells hardware and software tools used for vehicle powertrain development, calibration, and testing such as fast air-fuel ratio (lambda) meters, engine blow by meters, and vehicle data stream diagnostic software.
En'Urga, Inc. in West Lafayette, Indiana.
A supplier of optical diagnostic equipment.
Envirotronics, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A manufacturer of environmental test chambers for temperature, humidity, vibration, altitude, thermal shock, portable shock chambers, burn-in chambers, custom equipment, fluid chillers, air burn-in systems, SAE dust chambers, hydraulic cement curing chambers, combustion air units, automotive test systems, drive-in chambers, conditioned rooms, and forced air ovens.
ESPEC North America, Inc. in Hudsonville, Michigan.
Provides environmental test chambers for quality assurance testing of products in temperature and humidity extremes. Products include benchtop test chambers, reach-in test chambers, thermal shock test chambers, walk-in test chambers, specialty test chambers as well as industrial ovens.
ETS-Lindgren, LP in Cedar Park, Texas.
Designs, manufactures and supports products for electromagnetic compliance (EMC), microwave and wireless testing, electromagnetic field measurement (EMF), radio frequency (RF) and personal safety monitoring. Other products include automotive test chambers.
Falex Corporation in Sugar Grove, Illinois.
A manufacturer of tribology test equipment specializing in the measurement of friction, wear and abrasion. Services include contract testing, specialty consumable test pieces, custom design and build of test equipment and consulting services.
FARO Technologies, Inc. in Lake Mary, Florida.
A provider of three dimensional quality control products for manufacturers in the automotive and other industries including portable measurement and imaging solutions such as contact point-to-point instruments, computer-aided measurement software, and non-contact scanners.
Fischer Technology, Inc. in Windsor, Connecticut.
Manufactures coating thickness, material testing, microhardness and material analysis instrumentation. Measurement methods available include x-ray fluorescence, beta backscatter, magnetic induction, eddy current, and coulometric. Also offers solutions for micro-hardness, conductivity, ferrite content, and porosity testing.
FLIR Systems, Inc. in North Billerica, Massachusetts.
Designs and manufacturers thermal imaging systems to monitor, test and measure components and processes within the automotive industry. Additional applications include predictive maintenance at automotive manufacturing and assembly plants.
Flow Systems, Inc. in Berthoud, Colorado.
A supplier of systems for gas and liquid flow measurement. Services and products offered include consultation, flow meters and automated test systems. Applications include measuring airflow leakage & wind noise in vehicle cabins, airflow through mass air flow sensors, intake & exhaust manifolds, cylinder heads, and air cleaner boxes, airflow calibrations on throttle chambers, plus temperature, pressure & voltage measurements on vehicle pressure sensors.
Fluke Corporation in Everett, Washington.
Manufactures, distributes and services electronic test tools and software ranging from electronic installation, maintenance, and service to precision measurement and quality control. Product applications include data logging, calibration systems and software.
Forberg Scientific, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of instrumentation fittings, valves, regulators, filters, gas generators, gauges, tubing, and flow control products. Products include gas detection, enclosures, heat trace, flow, level, temperature, and pressure instrumentation.
Fox River Systems, Inc. in Saint Charles, Illinois.
A supplier of turnkey test & measurement solutions for laboratory, production test, and field applications. Specializes in noise and vibration analysis.
Freedom Technologies Corporation in Brighton, Michigan.
A systems integrator specializing in automated shop floor data collection solutions for inspection & identification applications to monitor & control shop floor operations. Functions include work-in-progress (WIP) tracking, label printing, and production information capture.
Freese Enterprises Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
An engineering consulting firm. Designs and builds custom test and measurement systems and instruments for evaluating electronic, electrical and electro-mechanical devices and products.
Gantner Instruments Incorporated in San Diego, California.
A manufacturer of measurement and control instruments. Provides test equipment, accessories, software and related engineering services. Application areas including automotive engine & component testing, electric battery testing, structural fatigue & durability monitoring as well as process performance monitoring, etc.
GE Intelligent Platforms in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A provider of industrial automation hardware, software and embedded computing systems solutions.
GE Measurement & Control Solutions in Longmont, Colorado.
Specializes in sensor-based measurement, non-destructive testing and inspection, asset condition monitoring, control solutions, and radiation measurement.
Geodetic Systems, Inc. in Melbourne, Florida.
A provider of 3D digital imaging and industrial photogrammetry solutions. Products include portable 3D coordinate measurement systems for in-place measurement and inspection of large objects.
GMH Engineering in Orem, Utah.
Services include automotive crash, sled, handling, and structural & dynamic testing services.
GP:50 Company in Grand Island, New York.
Manufactures pressure transducers for the automotive and other industries. Different transducers are available for various applications such as spike, low pressure, high pressure and melt pressure units.
HBM, Inc. in Marlborough, Massachusetts.
A supplier of complete measuring chains including data acquisition systems, from sensors and transducers through signal processing to analysis and visualization software. Automotive applications include engine, transmission and other drivetrain testing, road load or crash testing and stress analysis, and test cell instrumentation in both development engineering and production test phases.
Heidenhain Corporation in Schaumburg, Illinois.
A manufacturer of precision measurement and control equipment. Products include linear and angle encoders, rotary encoders, digital readouts, and numerical controls for positioning applications in machine tools and plants for the production and processing of electronic components,
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence in Wixom, Michigan.
A manufacturer of portable coordinate measuring machines (CMMs). Applications include inspection, measuring and/or reverse engineering.
Hexagon Metrology, Inc. in North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
Designs and builds metrology products and systems used to monitor the physical dimensions of manufactured parts for process control purposes, including manual and computer-controlled coordinate measuring machines, optical and laser measuring systems, hand-held precision measuring instruments, and advanced measurement software.
Hi-Techniques, Inc. in Madison, Wisconsin.
Designs, manufactures, and markets high-speed data acquisition systems and components including turn-key combustion analysis systems. Products include engine combustion software which captures, processes, and displays information for the analysis of combustion and related signals.
HITEC Sensor Solutions in Littleton, Massachusetts.
Provides strain gages and ancillary sensors for exhaust components and cylinder head strain measurement applications including high-temperature installations using Rokide coating, thermocouples, RTDs and heat flux sensors to automotive structures, components and proprietary hardware. Services also include design and fabrication of special sensor based devices for R&D, road test and production applications.
Hoffer Flow Controls, Inc. in Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
A manufacturer of turbine flow meters and flow computers for automotive test bench applications and for fuel consumption analysis.
HOMMEL-ETAMIC America Corporation in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Provides measurement systems solutions. Application areas include gear inspection, waveline surface finish checking, formline form measurement, flexible shaft measurement, custom gauging systems, automatic production gauging systems, assembly and value gauging systems and metrology services.
Honeywell, Inc. in Columbus, Ohio.
Manufactures sensors for pressure, torque, load, temperature, force, vibration and displacement including multi-channel signal conditioners, in-line amplifiers and digital readouts. Activities include powertrain testing and vehicle testing specializing in all types of automotive sensors including pressure transducers, torque transducers, load/force transducers, LVDTs, and accelerometers.
Humanetics Innovative Solutions, Inc. in Huron, Ohio.
A supplier of safety-related test equipment and services to the automotive and other industries specializing in anthropomorphic crash dummies.
Idaka America, Inc. in Hebron, Kentucky.
A manufacturers representative supplying machine tools, cutting tools, measurement equipment, environmental equipment, etc. to the automotive and other industries.
imc DataWorks, LLC in Novi, Michigan.
Supplies a line of integrated measurement and control products. Applications include automotive testing.
INORA Technologies, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Provides manufacturing measurement solutions. Applications include measurement of hidden seal gaps on closures and part fixtures; verification of accuracy and capability of CMM equipment and CNC machine tools; and math engine software data analysis.
Inspec, Inc. in Canton, Michigan.
A supplier of coordinate measuring machines, comparators, surface plates and other measurement equipment. Services include layout, inspection and measurement services as well as calibration and repair of coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), comparators, hard testers, vision systems, precision gage and hand tools, etc. Also provides parts, service, sales and support for metrology equipment.
Instron® Corporation in Norwood, Massachusetts.
A manufacturer of mechanical materials property and performance test equipment including universal and dynamic/fatigue testing instruments for impact, rheology, thermo-mechanical, and torsion testing applications. Other products include test accessories as well as test software.
Instrumented Sensor Technology, Inc. in Okemos, Michigan.
A supplier of portable data recorders. Applications include incident data recording, crash recording, accident reconstruction and litigation.
INTECH Corporation in Closter, New Jersey.
An engineering company which designs and manufactures self-lubricating gears and rollers from special composite materials. Design assistance and durability calculation available.
Interface, Inc. in Scottdale, Arizona.
A manufacturer of precision load cells and related accessories for a wide variety of force measurement and other test and applications. Services include load cell re-calibration & repair. Automotive application areas include shock absorber testing, engine dynamometer, fuel flow, center of gravity, valve spring, steering torque, drive train, transmission gearbox, differential, gear mesh, spring testing, assembly machines, bearing press, gas tank assembly, press to fit, durability testing, component testing, crash testing, and bushing qualification.
International Light, Inc. in Peabody, Massachusetts.
A manufacturer of light measurement instrumentation including spectroradiometers, radiometers, photometers, integrating spheres and power meters.
ioSelect Inc. in San Diego, California.
A supplier of industrial monitoring and control instrumentation.
IR Telemetrics, Inc. in Houghton, Michigan.
A supplier of wireless data transfer devices designed to send pressure, temperature, strain and torque data from internal reciprocating and rotating components. Applications include pistons, connecting rods, clutches, gears, etc.
Isaac Instruments, Inc. in Chambly, Québec.
A provider of vehicle telemetry testing solutions such as data recorders, vehicle databus interfaces, GPS and other sensors, displays and software.
Kaman Measuring Systems in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
A supplier of non-contact, high precision, linear displacement sensors based on eddy current technology with nanometer resolution, 50KHz frequency response, full scale ranges from 0.001" to 2.00". Customization and application specific products are available including the Kaman ThreadCheckerTM thread detection line of sensors. Automotive engine dynamics testing applications include TDC, piston slap, push rod deflection, oil film thickness, shaft orbit, and valve lift. Automotive parts manufacturing applications include in-die parts inspection/measurement, thread detection, debris detection and dimensioning.
KEYCOM USA Corporation in Burlingame, California.
A supplier of 1 µHz-300 GHz measuring systems in the infrasonic, VHF, UHF, microwave, millimeter wave and super-high frequency ranges. Application areas include material characteristics analysis.
KineticSystems Company, LLC in Lockport, Illinois.
A manufacturer of high-speed data acquisition systems.
Kistler Instrument Corporation in Novi, Michigan.
Offers sensors and systems for measuring pressure, force, torque and acceleration for engine development, automotive engineering, plastics and metal processing and installation technology. Applications include the preparation of measuring signals for use in analyzing physical processes, controlling and optimizing industrial processes and improving product quality in manufacturing. Products include of wheel force and moment measuring systems.
Kistler Instrument Corporation in Amherst, New York.
Offers sensors and systems for measuring pressure, force, torque and acceleration for engine development, automotive engineering, plastics and metal processing and installation technology. Applications include the preparation of measuring signals for use in analyzing physical processes, controlling and optimizing industrial processes and improving product quality in manufacturing. Products include of wheel force and moment measuring systems.
Kokusai USA in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A manufacturer of precision measuring equipment.
Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. in Ramsey, New Jersey.
A provider of optical systems to precisely measures the elements of color and light. Automotive application areas include brightness and color analysis of interior and exterior lighting such as gauges, headlamps, tail lamps, etc. Products include illuminance meters, luminance meters, illuminance color meters, luminance color meters, spectroradiometers, and display color analyzers.
Kulite Semiconductor Products, Inc. in Leonia, New Jersey.
A designer and manufacturer of miniature and specialty pressure transducers for use in all types of on-vehicle automotive testing and automotive test stand applications requiring both dynamic and static pressure measurement capabilities. Also offers digitally corrected high accuracy pressure sensors, combination pressure and temperature sensors, microphones, high temperature pressure sensors and many specialty units for automotive powertrain testing, ABS testing, power steering testing, air bag testing, manifold absolute pressure testing, combustion testing and aero-dynamic testing applications.
Kyowa Americas, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A. manufacturer of strain gage, strain gage type sensors, data acquisition system, and software.
L-3 Cincinnati Electronics in Mason, Ohio.
A supplier of a radiometric infrared imaging systems utilizing patented InSb IR focal plane array architecture. Applications include monitoring temperatures at junctions being bonded, automated test cells, and locating sub-surface defects in composites and other advanced materials, design of safer air bags and braking systems, product quality control. Automotive research application areas include tire design, braking systems, windshield and cabin temperature controls, seat heater design, and the thermal properties of cooling, exhaust, engine controls, or catalytic convertors.
Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc. in Westerville, Ohio.
Expertise includes measurement and control technologies. Products include temperature sensors, AC resistance bridges, temperature controllers, temperature monitors, temperature transmitters, DC current sources, cryogenic accessories, superconducting MPS, cryogenic probe stations, Hall effect systems, VSM systems, field control platform systems, gaussmeters, Hall probes, Hall (magnetic) sensors, fluxmeters, Helmholtz & search coils, electromagnetic field meters, electromagnets, electromagnet power supplies, IR & THz band pass filters, IR & THz long pass filters.
Larson Davis, Inc. in Provo, Utah.
A manufacturer of precision instrumentation for the measurement and analysis of sound and vibration. Products include precision microphones and accessories, multi-channel real-time analyzers, sound level meters and systems for the environmental noise monitoring. Site activities include engineering and manufacturing.
Link Engineering Company in Plymouth, Michigan.
Designs, develops, manufactures, installs, and operates test systems for the automotive, truck, and other industries. Test systems applications include brakes, transmissions, clutches, axles, driveline components, steering systems, springs, tires, wheels, and other components. Also provides testing services globally.
Liquid Controls - Sponsler, Inc. in Lake Bluff, Illinois.
A supplier of flow meters, flow meter devices and flow measurement equipment.
Logic Beach, Inc. in La Mesa, California.
Designs, manufactures and markets portable battery-powered, multi-channel, data logging instruments. Applications include use for lab test benches, field tests, performance monitoring and other data collection projects.
LumaSense Technologies, Inc. in Santa Clara, California.
A supplier of temperature and gas sensing solutions including infrared and fiber optic temperature sensors, radiometric thermal imagers, and gas analyzers.
Machida, Inc. in Orangeburg, New York.
A supplier of borescopes and videoscopes.
Magtrol, Inc. in Buffalo, New York.
A manufacturer of measurement and control products for torque-speed-power, load-force-weight, tension and displacement applications. Product line includes hysteresis, eddy-current and powder brake dynamometers; torque transducers, controllers, power analyzers, software, custom designed motor test systems and test stands; hysteresis brakes and clutches; load measuring pins, load-force-weight sensors, strain transducers, load monitoring units, load conditioners and displays; displacement sensors and rotary transmitters.
Mahr Federal Inc. in Providence, Rhode Island.
A supplier of dimensional gauging equipment including calipers, micrometers, dial and digital indicators; mechanical, plug, air, and electronic gages; height gages and dimensional standards; calibration systems and lab gages; form, surface roughness and contour; gear and shaft measurement systems. Capabilities include custom design and gage build; gage repair, calibration, and field services.
Mark-10 Corporation in Copiague, New York.
A manufacturer of force and torque measuring instruments, test stands, grips and accessories. Applications include peel + friction - force testing, torque wrench calibration, switch/contact testing, fastener torque measurement, and spring testing, etc.
Marposs Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of metrology equipment. Products include various gauges, controls and software applications such as hand-held gauges, gauging components, inspection equipment, non-destructive testing (NDT) equipment, leak testing equipment, etc. used for measurement, inspection and process control.
Marsh Bellofram Corporation in Newell, West Virginia.
A manufacturer of pressure and temperature instrumentation, elastomeric diaphragms, and control components.
Mars Labs, LLC in Laurel, Maryland.
A supplier of data acquisition hardware and software. Automotive application areas include durability & fatigue, noise & vibration, shock and acoustics.
Marvin Test Solutions, Inc. in Irvine, California.
A supplier of PXI and PC-based test solutions and systems. Products include test instrumentation, instrument controllers, test development software, such as ATEasy® (a software development environment for A.T.E. applications); 3U, 3U/6U, and 6U PXI chassis; and a range of 3U and 6U PXI modules including analog and digital instrumentation.
Measurand, Inc. in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
A supplier of flexible fiber optic sensors with applications in automotive testing and design. Automotive safety and design applications include pedestrian safety, crumple zone sensing, headrest design and whiplash testing, leg impact research and pedal box design as well as seat belt fit and interaction research.
Measurement Specialties, Inc. in Aliso Viejo, California.
Designs and manufactures sensors and sensor-based systems for the automotive industry. Products applications include pressure, force, vibration, shock, acceleration/deceleration, position, humidity and photo optics. Technologies used include piezoresistive, electro-optic, electro-magnetic, application specific integrated circuits (ASICs), micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), piezoelectric polymers and strain gauges.
Meggitt Sensing Systems in San Juan Capistrano, California.
A supplier of instrumentation for vibration, shock, inertial motion and dynamic pressure measurements.
MGA Research Corporation in Troy, Michigan.
Provides automotive safety test services, equipment, expertise and facilities to government agencies, vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, and other companies servicing the transportation sector. Facilities include a proving grounds and crash test center in Burlington, Wisconsin, as well as a component test facility located in Troy, Michigan. Products include equipment for applications such as dynamic sled, crash, durability, static, and environmental testing.
MGA Research Corporation in Akron, New York.
Provides automotive safety test services, equipment, expertise and facilities to government agencies, vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, and other companies servicing the transportation sector. Facilities include a proving grounds and crash test center in Burlington, Wisconsin, as well as two component test facilitys located in Troy, Michigan and Greer, South Carolina. Products include equipment for applications such as dynamic sled, crash, durability, static, and environmental testing.
MGA Research Corporation in Burlington, Wisconsin.
Provides engineering development, test services, equipment, expertise and facilities to the automotive and other industries.
Michigan Metrology, LLC in Livonia, Michigan.
Services include 3D surface texture and wear measurement and analysis for automotive manufacturers and suppliers providing data in many areas such as brake rotors, sensor elements, ABS precision components, fuel handling components, surface coatings, and engine components, etc.
MicroControl, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of fastener performance measuring, testing and analysis equipment. Products include transient recorder analyzers, fastener test systems, ultrasonic tension sensors, transducers, and accessories.
Micro-Epsilon America in Raleigh, North Carolina.
A supplier of displacement, dimension and temperature sensors and systems.
Micro-Poise Measurement Systems, LLC in Streetsboro, Ohio.
A manufacturer of uniformity and special tire machinery such tire & wheel assembly uniformity machines and dynamic balance machines for tire and tire & wheel assembly.
MicroStrain, Inc. in Williston, Vermont.
A supplier of wireless micro-miniature displacement, orientation and strain sensing systems that measure strain, force, displacement, acceleration, temperature and inclination, for test and measurement, process control, quality assurance, condition based monitoring of machinery etc.
Microsys Technologies, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A supplier of integrated high-speed video, data acquisition, data management and analysis solutions for airbag and crash test applications such as airbag deployment, seatbelt pyrotechnic pretensioner testing, airbag cold gas inflation, inflator/ballistics testing, pedestrian impact testing, bumper testing, high-speed camera control, analysis of crash test data over the internet and signal management in a crash facility.
Midtronics, Inc. in Willowbrook, Illinois.
A provider of battery management devices utilizing conductance technology. Products include battery testers, monitors, and chargers.
Mitutoyo America Corporation in Mason, Ohio.
A supplier of stand-alone manufacturing measurement equipment for both laboratory and shop floor use along with applications expertise and counsel. Capabilities include custom shop-floor, in-process and post-process inspection systems to measure roundness, profile, surface texture and dimensional characteristics.
MKS Instruments, Inc. in Andover, Massachusetts.
Manufactures instruments, components and subsystems for use in vacuum and gas-based manufacturing processes within the automotive industry. Products include portable mass spectrometer-based leak detectors, gas analysis equipment for combustion and emissions testing, mass flow controls, digital control network devices including I/O's and serial gateways, pressure sensors and transducers, vacuum gauges, pressure/vacuum control valves, and pressure/flow calibration systems.
Monarch Instrument in Amherst, New Hampshire.
A manufacturer of portable and panel mounted RPM speed measuring and vibration stroboscopic inspection equipment. Products include machine vision roboscopes, tachometers, sensors for digital tachometers and vibration meters as well as data chart paperless recorders and data acquisition systems.
Moore Tool Company in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
A manufacturer of jig grinders, 5-axis high speed precision hard milling machines, measuring machines, derivative products, accessories and contract precision machining capabilities; designing and building of special purpose, high precision machine tools, rotary tables, hydrostatic spindles and accessories. Services also include remanufacturing and retrofitting of a variety of machine tools.
MPT, Inc. in Dresden, Ontario.
A manufacturer of automated assembly equipment, leak test, inspection and gage equipment, robotic and other material handling equipment, industrial controls, etc. Applications include automated plating lines, windshield transfer and orient, brake cable manufacturing and robot material handling.
MTI Instruments, Inc. in Albany, New York.
Design, manufactures and services non-contact measurement systems. Products include general gauging instruments for position, displacement and vibration applications, etc.
Müller-BBM VibroAkustik Systeme, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Develops and provides computer-based recording and analysis systems for sound and vibration capture. Capabilities include NVH and dynamic signal test, measurement and analysis systems for test cells, laboratory and in-vehicle applications. Products include software for sound quality, DOE, psychoacoustics, structural analyses, jury evaluation, combustion analysis and benchmarking.
Mustang Dynamometer International in Twinsburg, Ohio.
A manufacturer of dynamometer products, specializing in eddy current and electric dynamometer systems ranging from chassis dynamometers, engine dynamometers, vehicle safety inspection equipment, inspection and maintenance (I/M) equipment, emissions grade dynamometers, exhaust gas analyzers, custom engineered test systems, and remote sensing systems.
National Instruments Corporation in Austin, Texas.
A provider of engineering software with applications in the areas of powertrain, body and chassis, safety, automotive electronics and manufacturing testing.
NTS Huntsville in Huntsville, Alabama.
Facilities include special test machines and systems (such as crash barriers, bumper and frame testers, etc.). Services include complete testing including dynamic, shock/vibration, environmental, EMI/EMC for vehicles and component parts.
Omega Engineering, Inc. in Norwalk, Connecticut.
A provider of measurement and control solutions for temperature, humidity, pressure, strain, force, flow,level, pH and conductivity applications as well as data acquisition, electric heating and custom engineered products.
Ono Sokki Technology, Inc. in Addison, Illinois.
A manufacturer of test and measurement instrumentation such as gear test systems, fuel flow, torque meters, FFT spectrum analyzers, sound level meters, pre amps, microphones, hand held and bench top tachometers and dimensional measuring instruments.
Optical Gaging Products, Inc. in Rochester, New York.
A manufacturer of multisensor, dimensional measuring systems, using video, laser and touch probe technologies to measure dimensions of manufactured parts. Products include multisensor and video measuring systems, laser profile scanners, and optical comparators. Automotive applications include measurement of engine and drivetrain components, plastic components, circuit boards, connectors and components, and fasteners.
OPTIMUM Power Technology in Morgan, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of engine performance design, engine management systems, and combustion analysis software and data acquisition systems.
Optrand, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Specializes in the development and manufacturing of static and dynamic pressure sensors for continuous monitoring and control, as well as testing and diagnostic applications.
OROS, Inc. in Dulles, Virginia.
A provider of noise and vibration signal analyzers, solutions and related services featuring data acquisition, real-time digital signal processing boards as well as Windows-based multichannel signal analyzers with graphical user interfaces. Application areas include industrial acoustics, structural analysis and rotating machinery.
Pat Gauge, Inc. in Whitmore Lake, Michigan.
A supplier of engine cylinder bore form measurement tools. Products include incometers, topometers and matrix systems, etc.
PCB® Load & Torque, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of torque and force measurement equipment. Products include load cells, wheel force transducers, torque sensors and torque-tension test systems.
PCB Piezotronics, Inc. in Depew, New York.
A manufacturer of piezoelectric, piezoresistive, and strain gauge based sensors for dynamic and steady-state pressure, force, and vibration monitoring applications.
Perceptron, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Provides 3D laser scanning equipment and information-based process improvement solutions for non-contact measurement and inspection applications.
Pfeiffer Vacuum, Inc. in Nashua, New Hampshire.
Manufactures vacuum pumps and leak detectors including rotary vane vacuum pumps, dry vacuum pumps, roots blower systems, turbomolecular pumps, hybrid turbomolecular pumps, vacuum flanges and fittings, vacuum valves, vacuum gauges, dry and wet helium leak detectors.
Phoenix Imaging in Livonia, Michigan.
A provider of machine vision systems, machine vision components, image processing computers, compact machine vision systems, software and integrated turn-key solutions. Specializes in surface inspection and porosity inspection equipment.
Photo Research, Inc. in Chatsworth, California.
A manufacturer of light and color measurement equipment servicing the automotive, display and other industries.
Photron USA, Inc. in San Diego, California.
A manufacturer of high-speed imaging solutions for both on and off board vehicle applications including low cost and mega pixel PCI systems for PCs to high-G cameras.
Polytec, Inc. in Irvine, California.
A supplier of laser-based, non-contact vibration and speed/length measurement systems. Laser vibrometry applications areas include research & development laboratories and quality control related to valve dynamics, brake squealing, shaft vibrations (deflection and torque), acoustic characterization of engine, body, drivetrain and other components and experimental modal analysis for the validation of mathematical models of structural dynamics.
Precision Filters, Inc. in Ithaca, New York.
A provider of test instruments. Services include the design, manufacturing and integration of high-performance signal conditioning and switching "front-ends" for real-time test and measurement systems and active control systems. Product lines include signal conditioners, anti-alias filters/amplifiers, and high-density switch matrices.
Preventive Vibration Analysis Corporation in Huntsville, Alabama.
Provides preventative machinery diagnostics services via vibration analysis.
Promess, Inc. in Brighton, Michigan.
Provides hardware, software, and electronic systems designed to monitor in-process and test applications. Applications areas include assembly monitoring, manufacturing and functional testing.
Prosig (USA), Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
Specializes in noise & vibration measurement solutions. Manufacturers, markets, and supports data acquisition equipment, and acquisition & analysis software used in vehicle, R&D, manufacturing and quality audit testing. Services include software training. Product application areas include noise, vibration & harshness (NVH) measurement; vibration conditioning monitoring systems; rotating machinery measuring solutions; modal analysis systems; acoustic measurement solutions; vibration measuring systems; fatigue & durability monitoring systems; sound quality measurement solutions; and balancing solutions.
Re-Sol, LLC in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Provides fuel flow measurement solutions and services for automotive test applications.
Rockwell Automation, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A supplier of industrial control and automation products, CNC, drives & motors, electrical operation interface, engineered solutions, general motion control, I/O systems, industrial computers, medium voltage drives, motor control centers, networks, open systems, power products, process control, programming controllers, sensors & software.
Russells Technical Products, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
A global supplier of environmental test systems. Product line includes pre-engineered temperature/humidity chambers, custom temperature/humidity chambers, thermal shock chambers, walk-in chambers, altitude chambers, agree chambers, environmental rooms, portable conditioning units, cooling tunnels and industrial cryogenic freezers.
Sanyo Machine America Corporation in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Designs and manufactures automatic welding systems, automatic assembly systems, friction roller conveyors, automatic measuring devices, robotics, automatic thread fastening devices, metal sheet bonding systems dies, jig centers, laser machining systems and 3-D test instruments.
Scantek, Inc. in Columbia, Maryland.
A supplier of sound and vibration instruments. Provides service and calibration.
Sciemetric Instruments, Inc. in Ottawa, Ontario.
A provider of defect detection, analysis and traceability solutions. Services include data acquisition test and analysis for in-process and end-of-line testing, process monitoring and defect detection on manufacturing lines. Brake, engine, powertrain, and HVAC applications include press, leak, gauging, pressure, and torque to turn.
Sensor Developments, Inc. in Lake Orion, Michigan.
Designs and manufacturescustom force and torque sensors, dynamometer sensors and data acquisition equipment.
Sensor Products, Inc. in Madison, New Jersey.
Distributes pressure indicating sensor film and manufactures electronic pressure indicating sensor systems and scanners. Applications include tire testing, brake/clutch surface pressure, impact, head gaskets, door seals, etc. Provides in-house and on-site stress and pressure mapping analysis and consulting, as well as a variety of regional technical seminars.
S. Himmelstein and Company in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.
A producer of precision transducers, production test systems, data acquisition systems, performance test systems, and signal conditioning instruments.
SICK, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A provider of factory automation solutions. Manufactures sensors, safety systems, machine vision and automatic identification solutions for the automotive industry. Products include industrial sensors, safety systems such as light curtains and automatic identification solutions such as bar code readers.
Signalysis, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Provides noise and vibration quality control testing instruments and software solutions.
Solarius Development, Inc. in San Jose, California.
Manufactures optical and laser-based non-contact profilometers. The automated and semi-automated 3D measurement tools are used for surface profile analysis of a variety of automotive parts with sub-micron accuracy.
Soutec, Ltd. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of customized laser and resistance welding systems including quality control systems. Applications include tailored blanks, tubular blanks, fuel tanks, exhaust systems, oil filters, and brake components.
Spectral Dynamics, Inc. in San Jose, California.
A supplier of systems and software for vibration testing, structural dynamics and acoustic analysis. Applications include design verification, product testing and process improvement by manufacturers of all types of electronic and mechanical products.
SPEKTRA USA in San Juan Capistrano, California.
Designs and manufactures calibration systems for the measurement of vibration, shock and sound.
SSI Technologies, Inc. in Janesville, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of sensors and sensor-based monitoring systems for the automotive, heavy truck and other industries. Products include ABS wheel-speed and electronic shift transmission rotational speed sensors, pressure sensors, ultrasonic level sensors, and electric power steering position and torque sensors.
Starrett-Bytewise Measurement Systems in Columbus, Georgia.
Designs and manufactures non-contact laser measurement systems such as on-line, complex profile extrusion monitoring systems, general thickness, width, feature-guiding and edge-tracking laser sensors and systems and tire identification systems.
Strainoptics, Inc. in North Wales, Pennsylvania.
A provider of instrumentation for nondestructive testing to determine if glass is annealed, heat-strengthened or tempered in accordance to desired specifications, equipment for testing for optical distortion and transmittance per ISO 3538, and laboratory testing services for automotive glass manufacturers.
Sun Electronic Systems, Inc. in Titusville, Florida.
Designs and manufacturers temperature bench top chambers, temperature controllers, process controllers and temperature probe calibrators. Test chambers range in size from .37 cubic ft. to 6.16 cubic ft., utilizing LN2, LCO2 or mechanical refrigeration. Controllers accept universal inputs and all equipment is programmable and includes IEEE and RS232.
SuperFlow Technologies Group in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
A manufacturer of flow benches, engine dynamometers, chassis dynamometers, towing dynamometers, and data acquisition systems.
Taylor Hobson Inc. in West Chicago, Illinois.
A supplier of precision inspection and measuring devices for quality and process control. Surtronic roughness checkers for portable use. Form Talysurf surface measuring instruments. Talyrond roundness and cylindricity measuring machines. Talyseries production gauges for high volume, shop floor inspection of roughness and roundness parameters. Calibration services for artifacts and instruments
TEAC America, Inc. in Montebello, California.
A provider of instrumentation data recorders and acquisition systems for noise, vibration and handling (NVH), reliability and performance testing applications.
TEAM Corporation in Burlington, Washington.
Provides vibration testing equipment solutions to customers in the automotive and other industries such as servohydraulics, slip tables, hydrostatic and gas bearings, and multi-axis vibration testing solutions.
TECAT Performance Systems, LLC in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Designs and manufactures wireless torque sensor systems.
TEC USA in Knoxville, Tennessee.
A materials testing laboratory providing x-ray diffraction (XRD) test systems and services for non-destructive measurement of surface stresses created by manufacturing processes such as welding, bending, heat treating, rolling, and shot peening. Depth profiling and retained austenite measurements are also provided.
Tektronix, Inc. in Beaverton, Oregon.
A supplier of test, measurement, and monitoring equipment. Products include oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, signal generators, spectrum analyzers, digital multimeters, probes and accessories, etc.
Teledyne LeCroy Corporation in Chestnut Ridge, New York.
A supplier of oscilloscopes, protocol analyzers and related test and measurement systems.
The Modal Shop, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Specializes in sound and vibration sensing systems for the multichannel, acoustics, modal, and NVH markets. In addition to sensors, calibrators, and system sales, a wide array of test equipment is available for rent.
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. in Waltham, Massachusetts.
A manufacturer of Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) and Raman spectrometers, microscopes, sampling accessories, software and spectral libraries.
Trafag, Inc. in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A supplier of sensors and monitoring instruments for measuring pressure, temperature and gas density. Application areas include shock, vibration, EMC, long-term stability, serviceable lifespan, etc.
Trilion Quality Systems in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of optical inspection systems for deformation and strain measurement. Specializes in 3D image correlation, photogrammetry, ESPI (holography) and laser shearography non-destructive testing (NDT) technologies.
TSI Incorporated in Shoreview, Minnesota.
A supplier of instrumentation for the detection, sizing, and generation of airborne particles. Applications include automotive cabin-air filter testing, diesel- and gasoline-engine emissions measurements, fuel spray characterization, environmental studies, and nanotechnology research.
V & F Gas Analysis Systems Inc. in Guelph, Ontario.
A supplier of multi-component gas analyzers for high speed emission analysis for diesel and gasoline engines, catalysts, and fuel cell research and development.
VIEW Micro-Metrology in Tempe, Arizona.
A manufacturer of vision and laser-based inspection and measurement systems used for process control and quality assurance applications on the factory floor.
VXI Technology, Inc. in Irvine, California.
A global supplier of high-density modular test instruments and switching systems for both electrical and mechanical test applications. Designs and manufactures high-density modular instruments and signal switching systems designed for automated control via busses such as PCI, GPIB, Firewire, VXI and others. Automotive test applications include electronic engine control modules, intermittent wiper modules, suspensions, powertrains, ABS controllers, airbags and relays.
WIKA Instrument, LP in Lawrenceville, Georgia.
A supplier of pressure and temperature instruments as well as diaphragm seals.
Zeltex, Inc. in Hagerstown, Maryland.
A provider of infrared (IR) fuel analyzers.
Zodiac Data Systems, Inc. in Alpharetta, Georgia.
A supplier of data acquisition equipment. Distributes and supports a wide range of industrial, mobile, portable, airborne and laboratory data acquisition systems.