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Leap Sensors: Life Tested to the Extreme

What does a typical day at work look like for you? Have you ever seen things like someone wandering the halls of your offices looking like an invader from outer space, a la Marty McFly in Back to the Future? Probably not, but at Phase IV, it’s just another day at the office. In our thirty years of wireless sensor design, we’ve done some challenging custom engineering projects – and some of […]

The Story Behind Leap Sensors

Thomas Edison said, “Success is 1 percent inspiration – and 99 percent perspiration.” (more or less…). We have to say we agree. In this video, CEO Scott Dalgleish talks about how he saw the need for an easy-to-install, easy-to-configure, cost-effective industrial wireless sensor system. Learn how our small – but top-notch – team of engineers developed the Leap Sensors® system with industrial users in mind.

The process from getting from the idea to the finished product took several years and […]

Muscle Cars and Industrial Maintenance

By Scott Dalgleish, CEO of Phase IV Engineering

At my 20th high school reunion, I received the award for “Still Driving the Same Car I Had in High School.” This may sound ridiculous, but in my case this is something to be proud of. After all it’s a classic muscle car, a 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 convertible. I bought it when it was considered “just an old car” with money I saved from my summer lawn mowing […]

Ordering a Leap Sensors System is as Easy as Ordering a Burrito – Really!

By Scott Dalgleish, CEO of Phase IV Engineering

Legend has it there are over 65,000 possible combinations off the Chipotle menu, but I’m sure on any given day most of us will order our usual. I know mine: chicken burrito, white rice, light on the black beans, pico, corn salsa, lettuce, cheese, and guacamole (yes, the extra cost is fine). In honor of National Burrito Day today (look it up!), I’d like to explain why ordering your […]

Why We Can’t Wait to Hire Destination Imagination Kids. (And what the heck is Destination Imagination, anyway?)

By Scott Dalgleish, CEO of Phase IV Engineering

Picture hundreds of kids of all ages, from all over Colorado, descending on a downtown Denver college campus. And these kids may be wearing some crazy, creative costumes while moving elaborate props and backdrops in and out of different buildings. Along with the kids are their families, team managers, and other volunteers who help put this all together. This is the lively energy of a Destination Imagination (DI) affiliate tournament. Over this […]

Pop Culture, Hollywood Classics, and Wireless Sensor Innovation – Celebrating Phase IV’s 30th Anniversary

30 years ago today, Phase IV Engineering opened its doors. Curling had just debuted as a demonstration event at the Winter Olympics.

The Wayne’s World movie topped the box office.

And Billy Ray Cyrus was about to release “Achy Breaky Heart” and a line dance craze.

Also in 1992, you could run over to your local Blockbuster to rent the special 40th […]

2021: A Year of Success at Phase IV Engineering

At Phase IV Engineering, we measure our success by evaluating how happy our customers are.

When “oh no” surprises become “a-ha” insights because our wireless sensor system is effectively solving our clients’ problems and delivering a rapid return on investment, our clients are happy — and we’re able to share in their success. With 2021 winding to a close, we’re excited to announce that this year has been our most successful year yet!

Let’s take a look at some of our greatest […]

Innovative Wireless Temperature Monitoring for Freezers & Refrigerators

Temperature-sensitive products like COVID-19 vaccines call for fail-safe cold storage units. Phase IV Engineering now offers wireless temperature monitoring systems that easily attach to a facility’s existing refrigerators, freezers, or ultra-low freezers.

Anyone who has kept up with the news knows that certain COVID-19 vaccines are incredibly temperature-sensitive. If vials are left out too long at the wrong temperature, the vaccine degrades and must be discarded. Other sensitive items, from lab samples to frozen food, also require accurate temperature […]

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