Knowledge Center

We’re constantly cultivating a culture of invention at EmbedTek, from building teams with diverse backgrounds and continuously improving quality systems and processes, to identifying needs in the marketplace and developing ways to solve them through technology. The Knowledge Center is a culmination of case studies, inventive engineering, news, and trends that provide insight into what we do for our customers everyday.

 

It takes a certain type of environment to foster ideas that set new industry standards.

EmbedTek was also named a Future 50 company in 2013 and gained further recognition as the #2 company in the Future 50’s Fastest Five.

Inc. magazine today ranked EmbedTek 358th on its 33rd annual Inc. 500, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.

The advanced new facility, designed for cell-based manufacturing, features computerized work instructions, a clean room, and a large engineering space for design and validation.

EmbedTek has been recognized as a 2015 Top 10 Business of the Year by the Waukesha County Business Alliance and media partner BizTimes Media LLC.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s sixth annual Top Workplaces ranking of the best places to work in southeastern Wisconsin

EmbedTek announced it has registered with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a Contract Manufacturer of Medical Devices.

John Rosine, Manufacturing Supervisor at EmbedTek, was recognized for his support of the National Guard with a Pro Patria award.

EmbedTek Founder and Chief Technology Officer Kent Tabor received the Governor’s New Product Award.

The Milwaukee Association of Commerce’s Council of Small Business Executives (COSBE) has named Hartland manufacturer Embedtek one of its “Future 50” Companies.

Open source software is essential to the inventive and competitive nature of the embedded technology industry.

EmbedTek invented a high-speed sensor and reporting solution capable of identifying cylinders facing imminent failure.

Established Medical Device Manufacturer launched a breakthrough microsurgery appliance, which included a high-performance image capture system.