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Company Overview of Industrial Electronic Engineers, Inc.
Industrial Electronic Engineers, Inc. designs, engineers, and manufactures human-systems interface display technologies. It offers industrial products that include open-frame displays; ultra-rugged displays; high-performance displays for sunlight readability; and character displays, such as VFD operator displays, liquid crystal displays, vacuum fluorescent displays, and display accessories. The company also provides military and aerospace products, including enhanced flat panel displays, handheld devices, smart displays, and equipment front panels; and retail products, which comprise interactive kiosks, price verifiers, and pole displays. In addition, it offers custom products that include d...
7723 Kester Avenue
Van Nuys, CA 91405
Founded in 1946
Key Executives for Industrial Electronic Engineers, Inc.
Vice President of Business Development
Director of International Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Industrial Electronic Engineers, Inc. Key Developments
Industrial Electronic Engineers Upgrades QTPod Fuel Kiosks with 7-inch Rugged LCD Display Module
Jul 10 17
Industrial Electronic Engineers (IEE) has designed, and is manufacturing a new 7-inch LCD high-bright display module for QTPod, manufacturers of self-service fuel kiosks for the aviation and marine industries. IEE’s new display design replaces its existing LCD character displays, and features several customer experience improvements. The new display also features a back-lit capacitive touch keypad for ease of use at night, and an auto-diming feature for reduced glare in low-light conditions. The new 7-inch LCD display is a modified version from IEE’s OptiBright© line of ruggedized industrial monitors. Technical Features: 7” LCD Module with metal mount/bezel assembly, 1,024 x 600 resolution, High-bright-1000 nit, Operating temperature: -30°C to +80°C, Native contrast ratio 700:1, 2mm strengthened AR/AS bonded cover glass, Auto dimming with light sensor, A/D board with DVI and VGA connectors and LED driver board.
IEE Wins Production Contract for Northrop Grumman JCREW I1B1
Jun 21 16
IEE was awarded a contract for a 3.5-inch hand-held CDU used in the Northrop Grumman Joint Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device (RCIED) Electronic Warfare (JCREW) Increment 1 Block 1 (I1B1). IEE’s CDU will be used in the low-rate initial production of this jammer system. Developed for U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command, (NAVSEA), JCREW I1B1 systems are software-programmable jammers that provide protection from device-triggered improvised explosive devices (IEDs). IEE is well known for their array of hand-held control display units (HH CDU’s) designed to control military equipment ranging from radios to air-defense systems to IED jammers. Northrop Grumman selected a 3.5-inch microprocessor-based CDU with a dual backlit QVGA color LCD display for sunlight readability and NVIS, along with a sealed 9-key keypad.
Industrial Electronic Engineers Showcase New 12.1-Inch Ground Vehicle Display at EUROSATORY 2016
Jun 7 16
Industrial Electronic Engineers announced that it will be exhibiting at the EUROSATORY exhibition in Paris, FranceJune 13-17th. In addition to an array of smart and flat panel displays, IEE will be featuring a new 12.1-inch ground vehicle display. IEE designed the smart-touch display, referred to as a Control & Display Unit (CDU) with next generation ground vehicle architectures in mind. Key display features include: Low Latency Video Processing: The use of distributed video in today’s ground vehicles requires the use of low latency “Glass to Glass” solutions (minimizing processing time from the sensor to the display). This is critical in applications such as targeting or driver’s vision enhancements. The IEE CDU’s hardware-intensive video processing provides low-latency display of any of seven inputs, spanning a wide range of formats. Graphics/symbology overlay, image manipulation and Genlock synchronization are functions of the integral video processor. Networked Processing: The importance of networking in intra- and inter-vehicle communication is recognized by initiatives such as Generic Vehicle Architecture (GVA - UK DEF STAN 23-09), LAVOSAR, NATO GVA (NGVA - STANAG 4754), and the US VICTORY Architecture. The IEE CDU’s Gigabit Ethernet connections allow for networked distribution of digital video information and data among Vetronics displays and LRUs. The use of networked open architecture standards is key to obtaining the objectives of interoperability and optimization of size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C). COTS Open Architecture: Through the use of internal COTS elements, IEE’s CDU is capable of being selectively configured to meet the I/O and processing requirements of each specific application. Technical features: 12.1” High Bright XGA AMLCD display; Armored resistive 5-wire touch-screen; Intel x86 dual-core processor; High performance video and graphics processing; Low latency video selection from multiple sources; Frame grabber image capture; Modular scalable design to match system architecture; MIL-STD 810; MIL-STD 461; MIL-STD 1275.
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