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NASA: iButton's Launched to ISS

iButtonLink is proud to announce that our sensor's are officially out of this world. Currently travelling at 17,150 miles per hour in a space station the size of a football field, iButtonLink is helping the ISS reach their goal of learning more about life in space, and human potential for space travel. Read more about our solutions we created for NASA's International Space Station researchers. 

Racing Towards New Horizons

Earlier this month, iButtonLink agreed to become a sponsor for the Aristotle University Racing Team Electric from Thessaloniki, Greece. Always eager to help student projects, we donated a DS1922T iButton, a DS1922E iButton, a DS9490R USB 1-Wire® Adaptor, and a DS1402-RP8 probe to their Formula 1 team. With these tools, the Aristurtle team will be able to monitor the temperature of their car’s batteries, making sure that the driver, the car, and the team stays safe. iButtonLink is excited to help the Aristurtle team and be part of their sponsor family. We look forward to working with them more and..  - Read More

iButtonLink Wins 2015 WCEDA Innovative Business of the Year Award

The Walworth County Economic Development Alliance (WCEDA) presented iButtonLink, LLC with the 2015 Business Innovation Award at WCEDA's Annual Meeting on November 12th, 2015. iButtonLink was the chosen finalist selected from a pool of nominated businesses in Walworth County based on the criteria of performance and growth, use of technology, competitiveness, employee satisfaction and community involvement.  Derek D' Auria, Executive Director of WCEDA, presented the award to iButtonLink citing their work with students and staff from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater as an innovative collaboration and worthy of the 2015 Innovative Business Award.  iButtonLink has employed over 15 student interns since..  - Read More

At the Touch of a Button

Photo by Heather Ruenz/Southern Lakes Newspapers, LLC Area company partners with IBM to make customized sensors Story by Heather Ruenz & Rumasa Noor In 2003, a small manufacturing company in Wisconsin, known as DuckCo, was rebranded and became iButtonLink. Five years later, the company caught the eye of computer technology giant, IBM and the two have been collaborating ever since. Originally born as a 1-Wire company, iButtonLink touts its proprietary use of sensors that can be customized to meet various clients’ needs. Some of the sensors created within iButtonLink are used to regulate temperature and humidity. The relationship with IBM..  - Read More

iButtonLink Announces Low-Power Mesh Wireless BlueMote™ Sensors based on IBM Low-Power Mote Technology

“The BlueMote™ sensor network provides a robust solution for use in harsh wireless environments, such as data centers, with minimal long-term maintenance. The solution is ideal for large scale sensor deployments.” said Rob Olson, CEO of iButtonLink. For the full press release, please visit: iButtonLink Announces BlueMote™ Sensors For more details on the BlueMote™, please visit: BlueMote™ Sensors.   - Read More

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