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What We Do

Dedicated Design Engineering Services

We solve problems others can’t.

CLIENT SUCCESS STORIES

Resourceful and friendly.

OUR PEOPLE & WHAT MAKES THEM TICK

Bill is a 25-Year "Wall of Fame" employee. What does Bill enjoy most? "From a personal point of view, it's the people I work with. From a professional point of view, it's the challenge." What's on Bill's bucket list? "Visiting all of the national parks before I die." So far, Bill and his wife have seen around 14 of them.

Bill
Senior Technician

Larry's inspiration for electronics sprang early. He had a morning paper route at age 12. "On trash day, I would dumpster dive for radios, stereos and clock radios. I learned to repair electronic appliances by locating similar models and moving parts between them to repair the device." Larry is on our 25-year "Wall of Fame."

Larry
Engineering Manager

Matt enjoys the opportunity to work on a diverse range of challenging projects. "We can give customers a level of personal interaction that larger companies cannot." If Matt could witness one historical event, it would be the first time there was electric light.

Matt
Design Engineer

Tim's electronics inspiration came from early involvement in music and electronics. He enjoys the variety of projects he gets involved in at Milwaukee Electronics. Tim's words to live by: "Integrity, Work Ethic, and Honesty."

Tim
Senior Engineering Tech

Michael's key to success: "Adaptation. While most companies expect their customers to conform to how they want to do business, we instead adapt to how each customer wants to do business."

Michael
Project Engineer

"When you're green you grow, when you're ripe you rot." One of the things Dan enjoys is mentoring college engineering students via our affiliation with the MECOP internship program. "When you stop learning, you risk becoming outdated or obsolete."

Dan
Engineering Manager

Brandon's love of electronics started from an electromagnetism class in college, which prompted him to change his major from Chemical to Electrical Engineering.

Brandon
Director of Engineering

One thing you might not know about Denny (also known as "Gear Head") is that he's a motorcyclist with close to 500,000 street miles, which includes many exciting riding adventures. He enjoys building robust equipment that the customer will be proud to own.

Denny
Mechanical Designer

For Drew, every day is a new challenge. "The variety is not only exciting, but makes for a constantly evolving product. From our tools to our vendors, no challenge is too great for us."

Drew
Mechanical Engineer

Marco's key to success in the workplace? Team work. What does he enjoy most? "Working with our people. Milwaukee Electronics is an honest company, and is always looking to keep the customer happy (quality, on-time delivery, product prices)."

Marco
Engineering & NPI Manager

Experienced and proven

OUR HISTORY: AN INTERACTIVE TIMELINE

1950s

First Hi Potential Testers

“Milwaukee Electronic’s reliable 4700 Series of Hi-Pot insulation testers is fast becoming the choice of more and more electrical inspection testers, design engineers and electrical contractors nationwide.” These testers
are still found in use today.

1988

First 8-bit embedded microcontroller development project

Full hardware and software design for a Fuel Management system. The hardware design is based on an 8-bit embedded microcontroller device.

1995

First C code

Designed and developed a hardware platform based
on the early Intel Microprocessors. The low-level
driver software developed for this platform was
written using C as the programming language in the
Switchgear Control industry.

2003

First FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) development project

Designed and developed a hardware platform based on the Altera Field Programmable Gate Array device. End product used as a very high-speed end-of-line
functional test fixture on numerous product lines.

2003

First Accelerometer Sensor Application

Incorporated a solid state gyro into design to solve an operator safety problem. The equipment which uses a drive is prone to tipping over.

2007

First 32-bit embedded microcontroller development project

Developed a Smart Medical Transport gurney based
on a 32-bit embedded microcontroller. This level of microcontroller was required based on the product functional specification as well as the processing
speed requirements.

2015

First Hydrogen
Sensor application

Working on a specific application that requires the monitoring and management of Hyrdogen
in a battery monitoring system. The system enhances safety and detects battery issues before damage is caused

  1950s

First Hi Potential
Testers

  1988

First 8-bit
embedded
microcontroller...

  1995

First C code

  2003

First FPGA (Field
Programmable
Gate Array)...

  2003

First Accelerometer
Sensor Application

  2007

First 32-bit
embedded
microcontroller...

  2015

First Hydrogen
Sensor application

 

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