Analogic Engineering, Inc.

Analogic Engineering, Inc. (AEI) was established in Guernsey, Wyoming by Steven Turner and Georgia Gayle in 1992 and moved to the Wyoming Technology Business Center on the University of Wyoming campus in Laramie, Wyoming in 2006. The company was formed for the purpose of developing and manufacturing ultrasonic nondestructive test equipment and instrumentation for control and measurement systems. From 1980 to 1992, Turner operated Analogic Engineering, Pty. Ltd. in Perth, Western Australia.


Turner, President and Director of Research and Development, plans and manages technical activities. He has designed, manufactured and commissioned ultrasonic rail test equipment since 1985 and specializes in developing software, industrial controls, electronic and electrical elements. Bruce Maxfield, Senior Scientist, holds the world’s first ElectroMagnetic Acoustic Transducer (EMAT) patent issued in 1969 and oversees nondestructive evaluation research and analysis. Georgia Gayle, Secretary/Treasurer and Business Manager, handles administrative planning, commercialization efforts, manages contracts and day-to-day business activities. She has owned and operated small businesses since 1979.



Contact Information:    Analogic Engineering, Inc.

Mailing Address:           25 Dizzy Horse Road

                                  Buford, Wyoming U.S.A. 82052


Office Location:          Wyoming Technology Business Center

                                  Laramie, Wyoming U.S.A.


Phone:                        307 766-5044