How To Find Us

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Distributors

 

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Patents, Papers, & Reports

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Employment

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Quality Assurance

reg_markWatson Industries, Inc. production facility is certified to ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100C quality standards. This section also contains information regarding our Purchasing Terms & Conditions and RoHS compliance at Watson.

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Watson Industries History

Watson Industries was founded in Eau Claire, Wisconsin in 1980. We have been in production of high quality solid state gyroscopes since the company’s inception. We pride ourselves in providing economical custom products and engineering services in the international marketplace.

Watson Industries has many patents on gyros, gyroscope technology, and inertial sensing systems.

Watson Industries has produced and presented several papers on gyro technology. These papers have been presented at conventions such as SAE and IEEE. We have also presented at international gyro symposiums in Bristol, Stuttgart, and Karlsruhe.

As part of Watson Industries’ solid commitment to quality, our production facility located at 3035 Melby St. is ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100C certified. See our quality section for more details on our quality assurance program.

Watson is experienced in a wide range of sensor applications including aviation, aerospace, automotive and marine, among others. Some of our applications include deep-sea cable laying trenchers and the stabilization of satellite tracking antennas. An extensive listing of inertial sensor applications can be found in our Applications Index.