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San Diego, California, United States
Chassis Plans is an American military and industrial computer systems manufacturer specializing in rackmount computers, military computers, rugged computers, industrial PCs, rackmount LCDs, single-board computer systems with passive and active backplanes and motherboard systems. Chassis Plans is a spin-off of Industrial Computer Source.
Chassis Plans Wikipedia
Chassis Plans specializes in providing custom and semi-custom solutions with an emphasis on systems tailored exactly to the application requirements. A wide variety of rackmount 1U thru 5U computer systems are offered as standard products as outgrowths of custom designs. A line of military grade LCD keyboard systems is also offered.1997: Established as a spin-off of Industrial Computer Source providing engineering services and computer system designs.
1998: Recognized by Internet Telephony Center Stage for the design of the 717-BP20 Rackmount Computer.
2001: Chassis Plans expands product offering from design services to complete turnkey computer systems.
2004: Chassis Plans releases 11309-101 small footprint PC as federally and multi-state certified for use in direct recording electronic voting systems offering the first electronic voting machine with a paper trail.
2005: Releases Phase 1 of Homeland Defense Air Force Perimeter Security System.
2005: Releases the CPR-27201 as first rackmount LCD keyboard with a 20.1-inch TFT LCD.
2005: Ranked #4 on San Diego Business Journal 2005 Fast 100 Fastest Growing Companies in San Diego.
2006: Ranked #13 on San Diego Business Journal 2006 Fast 100 Fastest Growing Companies in San Diego.
2006: COTS Journal article "Rugged Displays Suit Up for Challenging Environments".
2006: Participates in a SeaPort-e Teaming contract with The Marlin Alliance.
2006: Participates in Navy MTAPP-TNG program.
2006: Ranked #151 on Inc. 500, top of list for Computer and Electronic Companies.
2007: Selected to provide rider annunciation systems to Long Island Rail Road under Homeland Defense contract.
2007: Long Island Railroad Chassis selected by Dassault Systèmes S.A. for inclusion in 2008 rollout for SolidWorks.
2008: Achieves Microsoft Certified Partner status.
2009: Honored in the New California 100 List.
2009: Moved to new manufacturing facility.
2010: Honored by DiversityBusiness.com's Top 500 Fastest Growing Companies.
2010: Named for third time to San Diego Business Journal Fast 100 list.
2011: Achieves ISO 9001:2008 Quality Standard certification.
2011: Honored by 2nd selection in Inc 500/5000 list for 2011.
2012: Honored by 4th selection in San Diego Business Journal Fast 100 List for 2012.
2012: Honored by 3rd selection in Inc 500/5000 list for 2012.
2013: Named for fifth time in San Diego Business Journal Fast 100 List for 2013.
2013: Honored by 4th selection in Inc 500/5000 list for 2013. #39 of Top 100 Computer Hardware Companies.
2013: Releases Military Computer Source-Book 2014 and Industrial Computer Source-Book 2014.
2014: Funds 'Chassis Plans Leadership in Engineering Scholarship'.
2014: Named to Dell Founders Club 50.
2014: Intelligent Aerospace Magazine Article - "Enhancing displays used in unmanned aircraft systems ground control stations"
2014: COTS Journal Magazine article - "Ruggedized Servers Revamp Data-Centric Military Environments"
2014: Joins the EDGE® Innovation Network
2014: Named for sixth time in San Diego Business Journal Fast 100 List for 2014.
2014: Honored by DiversityBusiness.com's Top 500 Fastest Growing Companies.
2014: Awards Leadership in Engineering Scholarship.
2014: Named for fifth time to Inc 500/5000 list.
2014: Secures trademarks for "Industrial Computer Source-Book" and "Military Computer Source-Book".
2015: Awards Winter 2015 Leadership in Engineering Scholarship to Grace Bushnell.
2015: Mil Embedded Systems magazine awards the TFX1-19 rackmount LCD an Editor's Choice Award
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