At Apogee Instruments, our mission is to help you make better measurements. This means more than just building and selling research-grade sensors at an excellent price. It involves understanding your needs, supplying solutions, and providing the world-class support you need to succeed regardless of the size of your project.
Our job isn’t done when your product ships. As you can see, we have invested significant resources in developing support materials on our web site and in our manuals to clearly explain how to optimally use our products for years to come. However, if you can’t find an answer to your question on our site or in a manual, our highly trained technical-support specialists are standing-by to answer your questions by phone or email. We always value interaction with our great customers and view you as a valued partner on the front-lines of your field.
Recent Apogee News
Apogee is proud to announce the expansion of our headquarters. Apogee has come a long way since 1996, when Dr. Bruce Bugbee began creating and manufacturing his own instruments out of his garage. We are excited to see our new two-story, 10,000 ft. expansion take shape, which is expected to be complete in early 2016. The new section will include a greatly expanded production area, a new R&D lab, a state-of-the art training area, a marketing communications studio, and more.
An article by Apogee's Mark Blonquist and Dr. Bruce Bugbee was published in the August 2014 issue of Meteorological Technology International. The article, "Active or Passive: The challenge of accurately measuring air temperature," describes the pros and cons of different air temperature measurement methods and the important gap filled in the market by Apogee's new TS-100 low-power aspirated radiation shield. Also included are data from Apogee's extensive field testing, and information on how the TS-100 is being used for different applications like the GAMUT network and in measuring record-setting cold temperatures at Peter Sinks, Utah. Click to read the article at Meteorological Technology International, or download a PDF copy here.
We are proud to announce the launch of Apogee's new company logo as part of the ongoing evolution of our brand. Apogee has flourished since 1996 and we felt it was time for another change to reflect who we are today and symbolize our dynamic future. This wasn't a decision made lightly. We are proud of our rich history. That's why our new logo has retained some of the core elements while we added a modern touch. Here is an image of the changes we've made over the years.
In the upcoming months we will update all of our marketing collaterals, literature, manuals, product images, stationary, web site etc. with the new logo. This is a huge process that will take some time. If you are an Apogee distributor, we recommend using any existing Apogee branded materials until your stock runs out and then making the change. If you are a customer, please know that even though our logo has changed, we have not changed. We still have the same commitment to quality and service that has made us a leader in the industry. Be sure to check back on our site often as we have many other improvements in the works.
R&D and marketing teams from Apogee have returned from a productive trip to Decagon Devices in Pullman, Washington. It's nice to have friends in the industry who share our values. As lifelong researchers and educators, both company founders, Dr. Gaylon Campbell and Dr. Bruce Bugbee, know the good that comes from making high-quality instruments more accessible to scientists around the world. When companies make the advancement of science the top priority, great things can happen.
The Cache County Chamber of Commerce awarded Dr. Bruce Bugbee the 2014 Entrepreneur of the Year award for his leadership of Apogee Instruments, Inc. The award was presented at the chamber's annual awards banquet and featured a keynote address by Utah's lieutenant governor, Spencer J.Cox.
Dr. Bruce Bugbee, Apogee's president, current USU professor, and world-class crop physiologist, spoke at the TEDxUSU "Survive" event, on November 5, 2013. His talk was entitled "Turning Water into Food" which presented an analysis on the enormous water requirement for food production, reviewed the crisis in world water supply, and showed how small changes in diet can have a major impact on our global food-print.
The video can be viewed on Youtube:
Apogee is continually improving the durability and reliability of our sensors. This ongoing process has reduced product failure to negligible levels. As a result, Apogee Instruments is proud to announce that, as of August 1, 2013, all products we manufacture now carry an industry leading 4 year warranty. Visit our warranty page for details.
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