Since 2010, Hiller has grown from a handful of talented engineers in a small shop to over 100 employees at our two sites. We earn trust and business through exceptional quality and customer experience.
Join us as we redefine expectations about test with bespoke solutions.
Jeff Olsen, President
Validate the performance and accuracy of mission-critical systems.
Hiller Measurements combines the quality and experience of a Tier 1 technology integrator with the flexibility and speed of a small design engineering firm. We follow an agile approach, using iterative design to account for change in requirements or device design.
Test Solutions include all documentation needed to operate and sustain the test system for its life cycle.
What We Do
Hiller Measurements designs, manufactures, and supports automated test solutions for mission-critical systems.
Custom Test Systems Design & Manufacturing
Test systems designed to your precise requirements, not the specifications of particular instruments or material.
From customer-supplied design packages to complete turnkey test stations, interface test adapters, and radio frequency interface units.
Test Interface Design & Build
Designing and building the interface between the test solution and device (or unit) under test.
The Hiller Measurement team brings decades of practice in the design, manufacturing, quality assurance, and support of test solutions.
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