Amazing insights and innovative products using Tekscan pressure mapping, force measurement, and tactile sensors
Tekscan's patented tactile force and pressure sensing solutions provide our customers with the actionable information they need to optimize product design and improve clinical and research outcomes. Our sensors and systems are used across a wide range of applications within test and measurement, medical, dental, and retail; as stand-alone solutions or as embedded technology to create better and differentiated products. Our passion for innovation, broad expertise and commitment to quality help turn your vision into reality.
Headquartered in Norwood, Massachusetts at our brand-new facility along Boston’s 128 Technology Corridor, Tekscan has been in business since 1987. During that time, we've expanded our product portfolio and refined our processes to best meet our customers' expectations.
Tekscan: your trusted technology partner.
Quality - Tekscan, Inc. is committed to quality. Sensor design, manufacturing, and production happen at our company-owned ISO 9001 & 13485-certified facility. Our Technical Team is made up of electrical and mechanical engineers who consult directly with customers throughout each step of the sensor design process, from conception through production.
Innovation - Tekscan is a high technology company always pushing the limits through continuous innovation to maintain its world leading position in the area of tactile sensing. The company invests over 14% of its revenues on R&D and Innovation, similar to Google and Microsoft, and higher than the industry averages of Health & Medical (12%) and Computer & Electronics (8.8%) and much higher than the average US company (under 5%).
Company Growth - Tekscan has experienced continued growth. While we are a US company, half of our business is international. Tekscan has earned a ranking on the Inc. 5000, the business magazine’s annual listing of the fastest-growing private companies in America.
Longevity - Thanks to standing on solid financial ground, Tekscan has been able to dedicate significant resources and money to invest in itself through expanded production capabilities. Because we have no debt as a company, our customers can be confident they are making a smart and solid investment when they choose Tekscan.
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A Tekscan product is found in many different environments; in your local clinicians’ office, in an academic setting for research, a Fortune 500 company and your local retailer. Tekscan has a broad product portfolio to meet the needs of our customers. Tekscan's philosophy is to provide highly cost-effective upgrade paths to enhance and expand the utilization of our products by our customers. We have successfully integrated our technology into OEM products, and continues to develop sensors and systems that are rapidly becoming industry standards.
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A Sensor Custom-Fit for Your Application
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