It’s official, the Association of Old Crows (AOC) trade show was an outstanding success. The team hit the ground running and saw excellent traffic at our booth throughout the entire show. Interfacing with friends, customers and new acquaintances amounted to a fulfilling week. This show is the perfect environment to show exhibit the incredible capabilities of our products and win over new adopters of Signal Hound’s unrivaled value. Host city, Washington D.C. was as hospitable as always and the Signal Hound team enjoyed sites, tastes and cultural experiences that we won’t soon forget.
The much-anticipated SM435C was the star of the products we featured at AOC. Customers have been waiting to get their hands on this powerful RF analyzer. Demos at the Signal Hound booth were met with enthusiasm and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Visitors were overly impressed with the capabilities and application potential of this new flagship unit. The thing we heard over and over was that the SM435C is a game changer for anyone looking for high-performance and high value proposition.
This year’s event was the first for new owner and CEO, Harrison Osbourn. His summary of the activities was distilled into this poignant statement. “Amazing. This trade show is one of the best I’ve been to and is so focused on the tools and technology utilized by the military and government agencies. This was time well spent for our team and we were really pleased to be able to speak face to face with customers and those who had interest in our products.”
Signal Hound president, Tom Lane, has attended AOC in the past but his experience this time around ticked some additional boxes than years previous. “The value of being able to speak with individuals one on one is substantial. We have a very solution-centric philosophy at Signal Hound. Once we sort out what a potential customer needs, we can always find a product that is suited to it.”
On a whole, Signal Hound’s attendance at AOC 2022 was overwhelmingly positive. Showcasing new products, addressing customer needs and discussing the high-performance value of our units with new friends was just some of what made the week in D.C. a success. We saw many of you, or representatives from your companies, while on the show floor. We continue to feel very privileged by the trust you put in Signal Hound and the products we make. The RF test and measurement industry is vast. There are myriad uses for the things we make. We are proud to provide tools to so many engineers and RF professionals across the globe.
Thank you to everyone who stopped by the booth or has been following along this year as we have released new products and undergone exciting growth.