Gavin on August 5th, 2010

Cephalogics has ordered an upgrade to the source boxes (LEDs) of one of the older DOT machines. Thanks to this order, I’ll be busy for a while longer.  Thanks David!

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Gavin on August 5th, 2010

Your government at work producing good standards to keep the industry honest. All lighting designers should be paying close attention to these standards

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Gavin on June 24th, 2010

Show Me Solar, in cooperation with The Green Center (host site) is presenting Dan Chiras of the Evergreen Institute for two weekend workshops on PV solar power. For more details go here for the one day workshop on July 31 or here for the more advanced two day workshop on August 14-15. The one day […]

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The Rochester DOT system was finished and shipped the first week of June. Delivery was promised by mid June.

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Gavin on May 22nd, 2010

The baby DOT system for Rochester is nearing completion.

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Gavin on March 31st, 2010

Rochester project for Cephalogics is moving along nicely. SO yes, I’m too busy to blog.

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Gavin on February 24th, 2010

Good news! Our first big contract for building a BabyDOT system for another University has been signed. We are off and running developing Diffuse Infrared Tomography.

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Gavin on February 14th, 2010

New space at Vishion Tool

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admin on January 31st, 2010

Hi I’m Gavin and this is my new web site for my electronics design business GPTS, LLC. I do a little of everything from PCB design to FPGA to embedded system programming. Altium Designer is a great tool that lets you do it all, I just got the new version in Dec ’09. Enjoy the […]

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