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Impressions from PowerGen 2018

Dr. Fest has once again returned from Orlando where he attended the 2018 International Power Gen Conference

Happy Holidays from OTEK!

Tis the Season Here at OTEK!

Even though it's 70 degrees, sunny, and we're often reclining in bathing suits by pools mid-December, there's no doubt the holiday spirit is alive and well in the OTEK headquarters.

Dr. Fest Returns to Orlando for the Power Gen Conference

Dr. Fest will be traveling back to Orlando this coming Monday, December 3rd through the 6th, to attend the 2018 International Power Gen Conference. 

Early Returns from the ANS Winter Conference

Nuclear Industry on Life Support......How Can OTEK Help?

Dr. Fest heads to the ANS Winter Conference 2018

Is Cyber Security Your Problem?
Is Meter Obsolescence?

If so, please join OTEK's President and CEO Dr. Otto P. Fest at this year's American Nuclear Society Winter Conference in Orlando, Florida, November 11th-14th.

The Many Uses of Otek Meters

On this day in history, Frank (Julian) Sprague died at the age of 77 in 1934.  Sprague was an American engineer, inventor and a pioneer in electric railway transportation.  He worked with Thomas Edison at Menlo Park and formed the Sprague Electric Railway and Motor Company in 1884 and became known as “the father of electric railway traction.”  His company installed the first U.S. electric trolley system in Richmond, Virginia in 1887.

Old Analog Meters

Commercial Grade Dedication Training

As part of our continued dedication towards our Nuclear Quality Assurance Program (as required by 10CFR50, Appendix B), we are pleased to announce that Otek Corporation's Chief Engineer, Noel Smith, will soon be attending a 3-day Commercial Grade Dedication class. 

VISIT BOOTH #101 AT THE ANS WINTER MEETING AND NUCLEAR EXPO!

Otek Corporation will be attending the ANS Winter Meeting & Nuclear Technology Expo, which will be held from October 29th through October 31st at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel  in Washington, D.C. 

Are Analog Meters Doomed?

The old and faithful analog panel meter, invented by Dr.

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