DTS Awarded U.S. Air Force Grant

Seal Beach, CA -- Diversified Technical Systems Inc. (DTS), a leader in ruggedized data recorders for high-performance test and evaluation applications, announced that the company was awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II grant by the U.S. Air Force Research Lab at Eglin AFB. Under the grant, DTS will further its Phase I development of next-generation advanced programmable integrated data recorders for embedding in military assets. The $750,000 award has already commenced and will conclude by August 2010.

DTS is a world leader for dynamic impact testing and automotive crash-test recorders. In late 2006, the firm brought to market a new line of configurable data recorders and sensor systems marketed under the brand e-SENSING. The new product line delivers the ruggedization and high-speed product values of the legacy DTS products in micro and nano packages to satisfy the needs of emerging commercial testing and monitoring applications.

To accomplish the objectives of this SBIR project, DTS will leverage the unique capabilities of the e-SENSING Transient Shock Recorder (TSR) and SLICE products to create a commercially viable data recorder solution that satisfies the market demand for embedded data recording of a wide range of assets.

Inquiries should be directed to [email protected].

About DTS and e-SENSING
As a dedicated manufacturer of data acquisition systems, Diversified Technical Systems Inc. (DTS) has built a global reputation for delivering advanced, high-quality products, supported by one of the industry's most respected and responsive engineering team. DTS was founded by three automotive crash test veterans, with the goal of supporting the data acquisition needs of testing professionals the world over. The company strives to provide customers with product solutions that enable maximum test accuracy, productivity, and effectiveness. Successful implementation of the company's core expertise has made DTS a leading supplier of data acquisition systems for the demanding automotive crash test industry, with a roster of customers that includes industry leaders General Motors, Ford, Toyota, Honda, and Chrysler. DTS world headquarters is located at 909 Electric Ave., Suite 206, Seal Beach, CA 90740.

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