BEI Sensors stars in the World’s Greatest! TV Series

  • November 08, 2010
  • BEI Industrial Encoders
  • News
November 8, 2010 - BEI Sensors was featured on an episode of the TV series “World’s Greatest!...”, a segment which focused on BEI’s motion control solutions. The "World's Greatest!...." TV show is a fast-paced tour around the world featuring behind-the-scenes footage and interviews of some of the most amazing and unique companies, products, people, and travel destinations the world has to offer. BEI Sensors was host to the series’ camera crew, which filmed some of the more interesting processes that take place at its Goleta, California facility. From life-testing, to automated assembly and testing, the episode highlights a variety of unique manufacturing procedures at the heart of creating BEI’s rugged, reliable products. Additionally BEI’s general manager as well as engineering and marketing managers were interviewed for an inside look at the company’s customer–centric culture.For decades, BEI has worked towards producing the most reliable products and delivering the best customer service found anywhere, and is honored to be recognized for the hard work it takes to achieve these goals. BEI Sensors is proud to hold the new title as being the “World’s Greatest” sensors companies.About BEI SensorsBEI Sensors, a brand of Custom Sensors & Technologies, serves the industrial, military/aerospace and transportation markets, providing an extensive product line, engineering expertise and unparalleled product support. BEI Sensors can supply a range of products from standard off-the-shelf products to completely customized solutions for any challenging application. The comprehensive product line includes absolute and incremental encoders, rotary and linear position sensors, potentiometers (wirewound, conductive plastic and hybrid), Hall Effect sensors, panel controls, electronic interface modules, wireless modules, and a variety of product accessories. Learn More

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