Evigia has been a technological innovator right from the start.
Ultra-low energy usage + advanced sensing is the core of Evigia’s DNA. We have a proven record in design, delivery, manufacturing, and support of sensing and tracking systems deployed in the most demanding applications and harshest environments. We enable organizations to put the critical IoT insights obtained from remote sensors directly into the hands of the decision-makers who need them.
A History of Technological Innovation
Evigia Systems, Inc. was founded as a wireless and sensing electronics company based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 2004. We are today recognized as an innovator and leading provider of wireless sensing, identification, and tracking products and solutions.
Evigia’s technology has been proven in military, security, and commercial applications. In 2009 we were one of three companies selected to provide tested and approved wireless sensor and tracking products for the U.S., NATO and Allies Global Logistics Network. Two years later we received the prestigious Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award in North America Wireless Sensing.
Evigia specializes in delivering wireless sensing products and solutions with longer battery life and superior functionality per unit cost. Evigia achieves this through an integrated embedded systems and electronics design, and manufacturing approach combining wireless communications and sophisticated sensing functions.
Our passion for electronics comes straight from the top.
Evigia’s founder and CEO, Navid Yazdi, earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan in 1999 – yet his fascination with electronics extends much farther back than that. The university’s Electrical & Computer Engineering department recently featured Navid in their online magazine. Read the article to learn how Navid’s interests, education, and previous experience clearly pointed to the innovations in sensing technology that he and the Evigia team continue to pursue with passion for our customers each and every day.