Draper, UT – January 1, 2023. 

VPI Technology, along with its engineering, laboratories, manufacturing, and D-tect Systems (www.dtectsystems.com) divisions, has been acquired by Ludlum Measurements, Inc. (www.ludlums.com)

Jeremy Williams, Managing Director of the VPI Technology division of Ludlum, expressed his enthusiasm for joining the Ludlum family of companies. “This acquisition presents a great opportunity to join forces with a company that has deep roots and expertise in manufacturing and providing technology products. The synergies of our combined companies will make us even better at the services we render to our current customers.” 

VPI will continue to offer the same product development, engineering, prototyping, regulatory testing, and manufacturing services it has over the last 27 years but now with the additional US-based manufacturing capabilities that Ludlum offers. 

About Ludlum Measurements, Inc.

Ludlum Measurements was founded in 1962 by Don Ludlum and is a privately held, family-owned company based in Sweetwater, Texas. LMI offers a large array of radiation detection instrumentation, developed to help monitor the safety of personnel and the environment. LMI is committed to making the world a safer place to live and work by providing affordable, dependable, and durable equipment.

About VPI Technology and D-tect Systems

Founded in 1996, VPI Technology is a multi-disciplined firm, specializing in electronics design services, prototyping, certification and testing services, and electronics manufacturing. The company’s expertise in new product development for pioneering technologies and inventive products includes smart home automation, cybersecurity products, mobile hardware, sensor technology, embedded technology, RF/wireless design/IoT, consumer electronics, medical device design, and government and military programs. 

D-tect Systems designs and manufactures radiological detection systems. VPI acquired D-tect Systems from Alliant Tech Systems (ATK) in 2010. D-tect products are designed to monitor and notify homeland security and military personnel of radiological threats.