Making it in Vermont: Logic Supply - Technology that packs a punch
Thursday, January 3, 2019
Posted by: Jeff Couture
When Middleton Spectral Vision needed to put cameras on a 50-foot tower over an Iowa cornfield for a plant-monitoring project, they bought the computer equipment from Logic Supply in South Burlington.
The project required a computer that could tolerate very hot, sometimes rainy conditions all summer outdoors, said Chris Draves, vice president of sales and operations for the Wisconsin company. Logic Supply specializes in producing computer hardware that can tolerate conditions such as heat, cold, vibration, or dust.
Logic Supply, started in 2003 by Lisa and Roland Groeneveld, specializes in creating compact and hardy hardware that can withstand conditions such as dust, vibration, small dimensions, and temperature extremes that are found outdoors, on factory floors, or as part of machinery.
The Vermont-based company has made a name for itself in the industry, with a location in Taiwan and two in Europe and about $50 million in annual revenues and a compound annual growth rate of 25 percent a year, according to Sean Larkin, president of Logic Supply. The company says it has 50,000 unique customer accounts.
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Making it in Vermont is an ongoing series by VTDigger looking at companies and industries driving innovation in the state.