Founded in 1986, Invocon has developed into a leader in wireless Research and Development. Based in Conroe, Texas, 30 miles north of Houston, Invocon has aimed to produce very high technology design and prototype fabrication as a service for major corporations, professional R&D management companies, and government entities.
Invocon intends to become the premier supplier of ideas and system designs to solve tomorrow’s problems in the acquisition, transportation, processing, and presentation of spatially distributed data.
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Invocon primarily seeks to develop wireless networking technology solutions for a variety of applications. Invocon has consistently been a market leader in four critical data acquisition areas:
- Size, Weight, and Power
- Wireless Networking
- Data Quality
- Remote Analysis
Invocon has developed systems and conducted research in a wide array of market applications:
- Structural Analysis
- Mechanical Condition-Based Maintenance
- Aircraft Test and Evaluation
- Troop Condition Monitoring
Competitive strength has been our key to growth in an R&D environment. We maintain a strong technical competitive posture by employing innovative engineering talent and providing an environment of ever-increasing challenge and reward in which to work. Our financial competitiveness has been maintained by careful management of overhead structure resulting in extremely favorable pricing to our customers. As a result, we are growing at a rapid rate as our customer base and technological experience increases. We maintain a careful business balance between government and commercial customers in an attempt to smooth out the employment peaks and valleys that are often characteristic of government contracting.
Our staff consists of professional electrical, computer, and software engineers who are responsible for all activities on any specific job and are allowed to follow a development project from inception to completion. We also team with university research groups and other R&D companies to solve basic research problems and to bring the ideas from the laboratory to the marketplace. While occasionally utilizing subcontractors and consultants, it is primarily the skills and creativity of our in-house engineers that successfully transforms ideas into working products.
Over the long-term, Invocon plans to vigorously pursue systems R&D contracts from industry and government. When the products developed can be sold into slow growth, low volume markets, we retain control of the manufacturing and support of those products. When the products to be developed are consumer-oriented and have very short market windows, we team with commercial partners already established in that market arena.