HITEC Sensors...

has pioneered the design and manufacture of load cells, strain gauge-based force and torque sensors, instruments and complete test systems for nearly 50 years. It is headquartered in Massachusetts, USA, with specialist facilities in Michigan and Sri Lanka. Its broad range of sensor technology is applied to drive innovation of custom sensor solutions. Its devices are engineered for harsh environments and used to control interactions between operators and critical machinery in medical, aerospace, industrial, automotive, energy and many other applications.

About the Humanetics Group

 

The Humanetics Group...

is a leading provider of precision test systems and sensor solutions through its subsidiaries Humanetics, HITEC Sensors, Fibercore and OpTek Systems. The group has has over 800 employees across 21 facilities strategically located around the world with the global corporate headquarters situated in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA.

 

Humanetics...

is the global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of biofidelic crash test dummies, calibration equipment, crash sensors instrumentation, software modeling and active safety testing equipment. Its devices and simulation software is used to develop safety systems in vehicles, aviation, and space rockets. In the automotive sector, Humanetics serves 100% of the OEMs and Tier I safety suppliers worldwide.

 

Fibercore...

manufactures the most comprehensive suite of specialty optical fibers used in a broad and growing range of applications including fiber optic gyroscopes (FOGs), fiber optic hydrophones, fiber lasers, fiber amplifiers (EDFAs) and embedded sensors. Its products are used in cutting edge telecommunication networks, biomedical, energy and defense systems.

 

OpTek Systems...

is a highly respected provider of laser processing solutions, combining its core expertise in lasers, optics and laser materials interactions with a high-degree of automation. The company develops stand alone platforms, or contract supply, of laser optical fiber processing, stripping, lensing, fusing and cleaving; and micro-machining equipment used in mission-critical precision applications.