You are headed out of town on vacation. As you leave, stop by the gas station and walk in to pay with cash before pumping. Don’t forget to grab film for the camera, a new roadmap, and a few VHS tapes for the kids to enjoy once you reach your destination. You’ve got the bag phone in the car for emergencies so make sure the ringer is on in case anyone needs to reach you.
This is 1986. No “pay at the pump.” No debit cards. No digital cameras. No GPS. No DVDs. No text messages.
We’ve seen these innovations and many others over the past 30 years and are proud that Sealevel Systems has played a role in enhancing some of these technological advances. Read on to learn about our contributions to laptop computing, hybrid vehicles, and IP data transfer.
Generally, the 1930s conjure up images of The Great Depression, celebrity gangsters and mob bosses. But just as prevalent were technological advances, ranging from food to electronics to entertainment. Now that we’re in the ‘30s, we’ve decided to take a closer look at the decade and the innovations that were born, proving once again that “necessity is the mother of invention.”
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