It was 1962, Betty Hollander, a driven, self-starting woman led an assembly line of thermocouples out of her home. Betty started what is today known as Omega Engineering. To Betty, true success stems from the happiness of a satisfied customer, these are values that still hold true today. Early Omega was not only known for a large breadth of engineering products, but for detailed handbooks which allowed engineers to follow step by step instructions on setup, as well as best practices and general knowledge of products.
Since the acquisition in 2011 by Spectris, Omega continues to focus on empowering the incredible things the greater engineering community is doing. As they shift into a digital-first era, expertise, case studies, and technical articles can all be found on omega.com. they're looking to build more than just an e-commerce store, they're looking to bring together engineers from all over the world to help a greater initiative, to share sensing, monitoring, and control expertise with the world, connecting challenges to solutions.