A year ago, IUPUI announced Tom and Peggy Ward’s $100k gift to the School of Engineering and Technology. We are happy to report the Student Innovation Fund has it’s first recipient.
IUPUI student Earl Han grew up with a love for cars, “all I’d talk about was cars, or so my parents say,” he states in the interview posted at IUPUI.edu.
His team, which includes fellow IUPUI Motorsports grad Paul Lucas, plans to update the function and structure of the rear wing. While this is a complicated project, it’s just the beginning of the group’s long term vision. “Our 20-year goal, I suppose, is to become a small manufacturer of specialty or boutique cars,” Han states.
Tom Ward, Owner of OmniSite, issued a statement. “Peggy and I are proud to support the School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI. It’s exciting to watch our gift fuel entrepreneurship and innovation in Central Indiana. On behalf of everyone at OmniSite, we congratulate Earl, Paul and their team for being named the first recipients of the Student Innovation Fund.”
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This month Tom and Peggy Ward of OmniSite donated a $100,000 gift to the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI to aid in the creation of the Student Innovation Fund to help students take creative and innovation ideas and turn them into reality. Tom Ward states that he and Peggy are committed to helping today’s students be successful. Read more
OmniSite is a dynamic company with monitoring solutions that span multiple platforms and industries. Look inside to find out how OmniSite can meet your needs and surpass your expectations.
In this quarterly newsletter we take a look at how WC Construction has utilized OmniSite devices in quarries and asphalt plant boilers, how to test input wiring functionality, and how to assign key users in GuardDog.
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OmniSite is always changing and improving. Check out the OmniSite newsletter to learn more about our products, tech tips, and more! In this quarters edition we discuss our new “SCADA in a Box” Viper Kit, and a brand new GuardDog feature. Please click here to view our newsletter.
OmniSite welcomes two new employees to the OmniSite family. We have added a Billing Specialist and Technical Support. These additional employees will aid the company in improving our service to all of our customers. We are glad to have them use their skills and talents to strengthen the company.
OmniSite is growing both in numbers and in sales. We are looking at record sales growth this year. We expect an exciting 2011 with the release of a dynamic new product, the Smarte Light, just around the corner. Our company strives to combine innovation and quality in all that we do, and conduct business in a way that is reflective of our high standards.
OmniSite’s Training Program has gained applaud from customers across the country. Most attendees claim it is the best technical training they have ever received. This is because our 2-day training is comprehensive, easy to understand, and provides useful knowledge for technicians and sales reps alike. No long-winded lectures and boring PowerPoint presentations here. Instead, we teach actively by having trainees do wiring labs, product configurations, and GuardDog setup.
Now there is another reason to attend our training, CEU credits! Our program is certified by the state of Indiana and Illinois. This means drinking water and wastewater operators in these states can gain credits by attending our classes. We currently have our applications out at other states for certification as well. Contact us for more information if you wish to have our program certified for your state.
Our training has been so successful we have added additional sessions to our training calendar. Check out the training tab on the website to see the updated calendar and availability. For groups of 4 or more, contact us for setting up a separate group training session.
Today we announced that Ken Strong and Chris Kent have stepped into more defined roles with the company. Ken and Chris will both be joining the software/hardware development team as software engineers. Ken joined OmniSite in 2005 while Chris came aboard in 2006.
“Chris and Ken have both been in the company long enough to know the ropes and both have shown they are very effective at their jobs,” said Tom Ward, president of OmniSite. “They both served as technical support technicians while learning the ins and outs of the OmniSite product line and website. It is now time for both of them to take on more responsibility with the company by doing programming and development full time.” Read more
Hesco has agreed to be the exclusive representative of OmniSite equipment for the Lower Peninsula region of Michigan. Winner of an Award of Merit of Engineering from the ACEC and the MSPE for their contribution to the innovative Ferazur Biological Iron Removal Process, HESCO provides cutting-edge environmental solutions with a focus on customer service. They consider customer satisfaction integral to their success and keeping the environment clean an important value.
HESCO has been providing the state of Michigan with industry-leading environmental solutions since 1972. HESCO provides numerous products and services to Michigan’s wastewater industry, including a wide variety of equipment, consulting services, design and implementation of complex processes, and follow-up service.
Crane Engineering will be the exclusive representative for the wastewater industry of OmniSite equipment in Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan. Crane Engineering serves a broad range of markets providing fluid system design, equipment sourcing & selection, fabrication, installation, field service and repair.
Crane engineering was founded on a set of principles that still guide its operation today, including honesty, teamwork, focus on the customer, creativity, and continuous improvement of expertise and knowledge. Read more
We would like to thank all the distributors and participants who attended the OmniSite National Sales Meeting at the Excalibur in Las Vegas on January 15, 2007. The event was well-attended with at least one representative from every distributor firm present.
Despite experiencing the coldest temperatures in the area in twenty years, Tom Ward and Justin Poehler enjoyed a stay at the Excalibur and the opportunity to meet with distributors to discuss the issues and plans concerning the Amps Sunset.
As announced at the meeting, distributors may visit OmniSite.net’s new Distributor Area to find helpful tools and resources for dealing with the Amps Sunset. Also announced was OmniSite’s new Viper Lift Station Monitoring Panel which will ship March 20, 2007. The Viper is a flexible, easy to install and configure, powerful monitor that provides a low-cost solution for those utility managers who must balance professional results with a smaller budget.
OmniSite was proud to honor BBC Pump & Equipment and Pete Duty & Associates as top sales reps for 2006. Other sales awards will be announced at the end of the first quarter in 2007.