“It takes an endless amount of history to make even a little tradition.”

Henry James

Prosig was established in 1977 by members of ISVR (Institute of Sound & Vibration Research) at Southampton University. The company’s goal was to provide customers with the best available hardware and software for noise and vibration measurement.

The existing UK headquarters, in Fareham UK, were completed in 1982 and Prosig USA, Inc. was founded in 1986.

In 2001 an engineering center was opened in Detroit to provide high quality support to customers in the area.

In 2014 Prosig became part of Condition Monitoring Group (CMG) Limited. Together, Prosig & CMG have numerous product and technology synergies, which provide significant additional opportunities within key application areas that meet many of CMG’s objectives in terms of future product diversification.

Prosig maintains a network of agents to support business in Europe, North America, India, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia and South America.

The company remains focused on producing reliable, high quality, integrated measurement solutions that allow their customers to achieve best practice by using the latest tools available to the test engineer.

A Few Other Great Things That Happened In 1977

VW Golf GTi
The VW Golf was launched in the UK. An iconic car that, like Prosig, is still going strong after all these years.
Star Wars
The first (or fourth depending on your point of view) of the Star Wars movies opened in cinemas in May and was the then-highest grossing film of all time.
Jimmy Carter
Jimmy Carter became the 39th President of the United States of America.
Apple II computer
The first Apple IIe computer went on sale in June 1977. The first Commodore PET also went on sale in the same year.
Space Shuttle
NASA Space Shuttle Enterprise made its first test free-flight from the back of a Boeing 747
Punk Rock
Punk rock took off in the UK led by the likes of the Sex Pistols, The Clash & The Stranglers
Concorde
British Airways began its Concorde service from London to New York. Sadly the supersonic air travel era is now gone.
Silver Jubilee
Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Silver Jubilee.