Success Stories

Computational Sensors Corp boosts productivity with SMASH HDL to design its revolutionary image processing ICs.

Computational Seneors Corp. provides research and development consulting support to aerospace firms and governmental agencies in addition to internal research and development efforts to produce specialized image processing hardware. Founded by Dr. John Langan, the company is staffed by a team of experienced business management and contracts administration personnel, and scientists and engineers with specialties in applied mathematics, physics, electronics engineering, software development and semiconductor manufacturing.

Computational Seneors revolutionary image processing technologies marry the natural processing advantages of dedicated analog VLSI image processing engines with digital intra-frame programmability for applications requiring high computational loads and agile image filtering control - in a low power, compact size. Its multi-stacked analog VLSI image processors are ideally suited for compact, low-power military and commercial applications, offering unrivaled benefits.



Victory Industrial Corporation Selects AvantQuest Technologies to Design High-Temperature High-Voltage Regulator

Victory Industrial Corporation is a manufacturer of OE Quality Alternators & Parts since 1966. It was founded under the guiding principles of competitive pricing, excellent service, prompt delivery and above all, superb quality. Since then, Victory has developed several hundred models of alternators for many different kinds of automobiles. Models include 12V types (30A to 120A) as well as 24V types (20A to 60A). Victory Industrial selected AvantQuest Technologies to develop its voltage regulator to operate at high voltage, high temperature conditions that are suitable for its world class alternators. “The prompt response, continuous updates and steady communication with AvantQuest showed their commitment to being part of our team, despite the long distance.” said G. Chen, Ph.D., Sr. Consultant at Victory Industrial.