Agilis Marks Twenty Years in Gas Turbine Industry

Press Release
Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Founded in 1993 Agilis has worked with nearly every major turbine engine manufacturer supporting development programs in a range of sectors.

Founded in 1993 by current President & CEO Frank O’Neill, Agilis expanded in 2002 to include Agilis Measurement Systems (AMS), a software, hardware, and data acquisition company specializing in Non-Intrusive Stress Measurement (NSMS). O’Neill affirms, “AMS has become the industry recognized leader in NSMS technology supporting gas turbine development efforts around the globe.”

Agilis Engineering and Agilis Measurement Systems recognize the employees, both past and present, who have continuously provided their dedication, talent, and energy to helping Agilis customers meet their development objectives. “It is these people who have made Agilis a great place to work for two decades,” says O’Neill.

ABOUT Agilis
Agilis Engineering, Inc. is an engineering service and product development company focused on supporting the turbine engine business and related technologies. Agilis Measurement Systems, Inc. licenses NSMS software that provides real-time and offline vibratory analyses of turbomachinery as well as long-term blade and rotating system health monitoring. Agilis is ISO 9001:2008 certified.


 

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