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OnLogic opens new global HQ in South Burlington, Vermont amid rising IoT edge demands

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OnLogic opens new global HQ in South Burlington, Vermont amid rising IoT edge demands

OnLogic, a global industrial computer hardware manufacturer and solution provider, has inaugurated its 150,000 square foot headquarters in South Burlington, Vermont. The recent event was attended by congressman Peter Welch, US representative Becca Balint, members of the OnLogic team, representatives from the business and tech community, and collaborators from ReArch company, Wiemann Lamphere Architects, and VHB.

Situated within South Burlington’s technology park, the newly unveiled facility serves as a hub for OnLogic’s complete business and production operations. Established in 2003, the company specializes in crafting compact industrial computing solutions, catering to clients ranging from startups to industry veterans such as NASA, Google, and Amazon.

OnLogic’s former headquarters on Thompson St. in Vermont, inaugurated in 2004 and expanded in 2015.

Roland Groeneveld, co-founder of OnLogic, emphasizes the company’s commitment to innovation and sustainability, highlighting features like geo-thermal heating and solar power aimed at achieving self-sufficiency.

Groeneveld states, “This new space provides our team with the resources and collaborative environment necessary to drive efficiency effectively. We’re excited to contribute to Vermont’s tech community and economy.”

With a workforce of approximately 180 individuals in Vermont and nearly 300 globally across facilities in the US, The Netherlands, Germany, Taiwan, and Malaysia, OnLogic says that the new headquarters will accommodate their projected growth for the next decade.

Diane Abruzzini, COO & co-founder of Rigorous Technology, says: “We are continually inspired by the trailblazers at OnLogic, who use OnLogic computers to power their robotics solutions.

“Their top-tier industrial PCs enable us to bring advanced digital controls to industrial robots – facilitating 3D simulation, vision integration, and remote monitoring. As OnLogic continues to expand, they in turn further empower their partners’ solutions across industries, from Vermont, to outer space, and everywhere in between.”

Chiming in on the new building, senator Peter Welch and U.S. representative Becca Balint commendes OnLogic’s achievements and its contribution to Vermont’s tech sector, emphasizing its role in job creation and innovation.

According to the company, the building has a geothermal mechanical heating and cooling system projected to save 1,600,000 lbs of CO2 annually compared to conventional HVAC systems, and a fully integrated building automation system developed in-house to minimize energy consumption.

OnLogic says it specializes in configurable computers for IoT edge applications. With offices in the U.S., the Netherlands, Taiwan and Malaysia, the company has delivered custom-built computers to over 70,000 customers.

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