Salt Lake City, Utah (PressExposure) May 30, 2012 -- Dynotron, Inc., an electronic engineering company today announced that on June 5, 2012, Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert will tour the company's facility located in the Interchange Business Park in Salt Lake City.
Prior to the tour, Governor Herbert will meet with James Saffari, President of Dynotron, to discuss the resources offered through the Governor's Office of Economic Development (GOED), and how the program will help with Dynotron's continuing growth, specifically in the area of LED lighting.
"It is an honor to have Governor Herbert tour our facility and discuss with him our needs as we continue to grow our business," said Mr. Saffari. "Our success with LED lighting requires we expand both our manufacturing and engineering capabilities, and anything the state can do to make it easier to improve our facilities and hire qualified people really helps. I believe the resources offered by GOED will help us to grow and fulfill our mission to create more jobs in Utah."
Dynotron designs and manufactures hazardous and Class 1 Division 2 portable LED lighting currently being purchased by Boeing, Air Force, Navy and other industries requiring this type of specialty location lighting as well as capacitive touchpads, motor controls, and other custom electronic products. "I am excited to show the Governor the products my team and I design and the phases of the manufacturing process from concept to creation," said Mr. Saffari. "We appreciate Governor Herbert for taking time out of his busy schedule to meet with us."
About Dynotron, Inc.:
Dynotron, Inc. is an electronic engineering firm based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Dynotron offers full service product development, prototyping, hardware, software and mechanical design services, PCB layout, high-speed design analysis, circuit board assembly and testing for electronic products in the defense, medical, commercial, consumer, automotive and industrial markets. Custom products designed and manufactured by Dynotron include hazardous and Class 1 Division 2 portable LED lighting, capacitive touchpads and motor controls. Dynotron's products are sold all over the world. Dynotron was the first company to design and develop capacitive touchpads for use in the swimming pool cover industry. Dynotron is the only electronic engineering firm in Utah to partner as a design service provider with Digi-key Corporation, one of the largest component distributors in the world. Dynotron is also a design partner with Texas Instruments, Altium and Fujitsu.
For more information on Dynotron, Inc., please write to Dynotron at 411 Lawndale Drive Ste C, Salt Lake City, Utah 84115 or visit the website at http://www.dynotron.com.