The Omnicon Group was recently honored for introducing a new design and analysis tool that could help avert spacecraft, aircraft and other disasters that claim hundreds of lives every year.
In a recent ceremony, Omnicon was a finalist in one of the local industry’s most coveted citations, the Long Island Software Award (LISA) competition. LISA is sponsored by the Long Island Software and Technology Network (LISTnet).
The analysis Omnicon was recognized for is the Bent Pin and Shorted/Open Wire Utility which automatically identifies failure modes, causes and descriptions associated with electrical connector and harness signals. When performed by manufacturers, if at all, this intricate procedure usually takes weeks or months to be completed manually. The Omnicon system produces results in a fraction of that time, with the possibility of human error from tedious manual operation virtually eliminated.
Though best employed at a system’s design stage, this automated analysis tool can also be used with functioning components to spot possible failure points or, following a failure, to indicate probable causes.
The Omnicon Group serves its customers from its headquarters in New York. The company has won numerous industry and business awards, and was included on the Deloitte & Touche Technology Fast 50 list of the Long Islands’s fastest growing technology companies for three straight years.
In addition, Omnicon recently established new engineering operations in Canada and continental Europe to meet the growing demand for international engineering services. This expansion is a response to continuing requests from companies to develop systems and equipment which perform more reliably and safer, with longer operating life.
For more information contact:
Karen J. Frank
The Omnicon Group
By: The Omnicon Group
admin March 11, 2003
Posted In: In The News