Case Studies

What’s the best way to learn about what we do for customers? Read their stories and learn firsthand how we’re making a difference in critical communications.

911 Dispatch Console Computer

A leading supplier of communication systems for first responders contacted Sealevel to redesign the 911 dispatch computer used for secure voice to IP communications. An important goal of the new system was to handle the processing and I/O required by their application without the obsolescence issues inherent with their previous “white box” servers and off-the-shelf PCI bus audio cards.

Dairy Farm Milking Parlor

Primitive dairy farming is a thing of the past as technology has taken control of the once laborious tasks of milking and herding. Afimilk (formerly S.A.E. Afikim), a global leader in developing, manufacturing and marketing cutting edge computerized systems for the modern dairy farm and herd management, chose Sealevel as its hardware supplier due to exceptional reliability, outstanding product support and Sealevel’s ability to customize a solution to fit their exact requirements.

Semiconductor Fabrication Control

A leading manufacturer of semiconductor fabrication equipment needed a way to communicate with a large number of serial devices from an industrial computer running their process control software. Sealevel leveraged our expertise in USB and serial connectivity to design a custom, isolated USB to 16-port serial solution designed to the customer’s specifications.

Public Security Systems

A manufacturer of security systems for public facilities required a 2U rackmount computer with a large amount of I/O to interface a variety of motors and sensors. The new system based on the Relio™ platform replaces a PLC and several discrete I/O modules.

Cold Chain Monitoring: Keeping It Cool & Ensuring FSMA Compliance

A company that delivers fresh produce throughout the United States needed a tool to monitor the temperature in their refrigerated trucks. FSMA regulations have specific stipulations for maintaining temperature and they needed a reliable cold chain monitoring solution to address multiple compartments, support a 1-Wire sensor interface, and export data to their existing database structure.