AIM Technology Inc.
Advanced Inprocess Monitoring Systems
Phone (215) 872-1692
AIM Technology Inc. was founded in 2017 by Allen Getz. AIM Technology products are based on high reliability and proven industrial and aerospace technologies. AIM Technologies staff is composed of engineers and scientists with many decades of experience in both industrial process monitoring and control of critical processes. AIM Technology sensors are designed to go into the harshest of environments. AIM employs advanced hermetic sealing technologies in their electrical and fiber optic feedthroughs and gas tight electronic packaging. We have answered the needs of our customers’ requests for technological advancements in performance. Our hermetic sealing technologies utilize glass-to-metal, ceramic-to-metal, sapphire-to-metal, and epoxy resin sealing technologies. AIM Technologies hermetically sealed and environmentally robust products have been helping to provide reliable, long-term protection for sensitive electronic and optoelectronic devices. AIM Technology Inc. has developed and produced vision analysis and smart sensor technology for use in-process in harsh environments where long term reliable performance is critical. Our products are used in defense and aerospace, and for industrial applications. Let the AIM Technology team partner with you to increase your products’ capabilities and quality while being more cost-competitive in your markets.
Environmentally Robust and Hermetically Sealed Feedthroughs and Cable Assemblies
Hermetically Sealed Packages
Windows and Viewport Assemblies
Vision Analysis Systems
Environmentally Sealed Temperature Sensors
AIM Technology will continue to expand its vision analysis capabilities with its development and production of the revolutionary modular AIMACAM Vision Analysis System. This innovative system is designed to allow remote observation, verification, analysis, and recording while remaining in the process without disrupting the flow. The AIMACAM is unique in that it not only has the ability to monitor, but also to control your process variables.