Sensor Networks, Inc. (SNI) recently held a press conference in cooperation with the Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County (CBICC) at SNI’s new facility on 366 Walker Drive, State College, PA. The press conference was held to kick-off remodeling in SNI’s new building and to announce a generous $122,000 grant for SNI’s new operation made possible by CBICC. The grant came from Centre County and six surrounding municipalities including the Borough of State College and College Township. At the event Jim Barshinger, SNI’s Chief Technology Officer, and Jeff Anderson, SNI's President and General Manager spoke to media and state, county and municipal officials about the grant and their future growth and employment plans.
SNI has grown dramatically since its inception in October 2014 and will use the local-government funding to sustain continued growth by investing in facilities, equipment, employees and manufacturing processes. “SNI has doubled in size over each of the past several years and plans to continue with this trajectory” says Jeff Anderson. “The world-wide demand for our technologies in phased-array ultrasound and IoT (Internet of Things) devices is very strong”.
SNI’s goal is to be a long-standing fixture in the community—one that adds value through employment, increased businesses and training. The bigger space means the ability to hire and retain more new employees at the growing company. Jim Barshinger added that “SNI’s proximity to Penn State University is ideal for recruiting both Engineering and Business School students – interns and graduates.”
Come visit SNI in beautiful Central PA at 366 Walker Drive, State College - home to Penn State University and the evolving Industrial-Ultrasound Capitol of the world. If you have any question or would like to reach out to us regarding this expansion please contact Bruce Pellegrino at: email@example.com