FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Universal Synaptics Selected to Brief at
2010 Department of Defense Maintenance Symposium
Ogden, Utah. June 2010 – Universal Synaptics Corp. announced this month that the Intermittent Fault Detection & Isolation System (IFDIS) has been selected for the annual Great Ideas Competition at the Department of Defense Maintenance Symposium and Exhibition 2010.
The Great Ideas Competition provides a forum for the sharing of new and innovative ideas relative to maintenance technologies and processes. Universal Synaptics Corp is one of six finalist selected from all eligible Great Ideas submissions for the honor of competing in this years competition. The competition will take place on Monday, November 15th 2010 in Tampa, Florida. Each presenter is allocated exactly 15 minutes to make their case as to why they should be chosen as the best of the Great Ideas participants. Following all Great Ideas presentations, a winner is then selected through an audience vote.
“Competition is tough this year and that makes our selection as a Great Ideas finalist a real achievement” said Ken Anderson, Universal Synaptics Vice President of Sales & Business Development. “To be distinguished among this group of high quality presenters is an honor.”
Since 1996, Universal Synaptics Corporation, based in Ogden, UT., has been an industry leader in detecting and isolating elusive intermittent faults, and spent years in the "trenches" researching and solving complex diagnostic and testing problems. Their research into the primary root causes of intermittent / No Fault Found (NFF) problems and the massive digital testing void that exists today with conventional scanning test equipment, led to the development of the patented Intermittent Fault Detector (IFD), hardware neural network and all-lines-all-the-time wiring / circuit analyzer test solutions. For more information, please contact Universal Synaptics (801) 731-8508.