"Our new headquarters is a perfect match and reflection of our high-tech R&D, engineering and manufacturing capabilities, plus our plans for future growth," said Steve Pruitt, DTS president and co-founder.
Seal Beach, CA (PRWEB) September 25, 2013
DTS, Inc. (Diversified Technical Systems), an innovative manufacturer of data acquisition systems and sensors for crash, blast and safety testing, has officially opened its new corporate headquarters. Just two miles from its previous location, the new state-of-the-art facility is six times larger and is designed to accommodate both recent growth and future expansion.
The new DTS corporate headquarters includes:
- More than 50,000 sq ft, including room for expansion
- Offices and workspace for 60+ employees
- Operations, engineering, manufacturing, 3 test labs, sales and support teams
- Green efficiencies, including electric vehicle charging stations
The new location at 1720 Apollo Court, Seal Beach, CA, is in a large business park built in 2008. The street was named after the NASA Apollo space capsules that were assembled in the adjacent facilities years ago. Coincidentally, NASA now relies on DTS data recorders for a variety safety tests, including Orion capsule reentry and helicopter drop testing.
"I'm proud to have the DTS logo on our new headquarters. Our team worked hard to design a space for our growing company," said Steve Pruitt, DTS president and co-founder. "People were always surprised to find out that for nearly 20 years our big company was in a small office building right by the beach. Our new headquarters is a perfect match and reflection of our high-tech R&D, engineering and manufacturing capabilities, plus our plans for future growth."
DTS also has worldwide technical centers in Michigan, Germany, Australia and Japan. Please visit http://www.dtsweb.com for complete contact and product information.
Founded in 1990 by three crash test engineers, DTS manufactures data recorders and sensors used for product safety testing and occupant injury analysis. DTS measurement solutions and technical expertise are relied on worldwide for critical testing in a variety of industries including automotive, aerospace, military and university research. A DTS helmet smart-sensor that records head forces in an effort to improve soldier safety and reduce traumatic brain injuries was named by the U.S. Army as one of “The Greatest Inventions.” Inc. Magazine has twice named DTS as one of the fastest-growing private U.S. companies. http://www.dtsweb.com.