Press Release

Mark Stevens Joins Delta’s Motion Control Team

July 11, 2012 — Battle Ground, WA — Delta Computer Systems, Inc. announces the addition of Mark Stevens to the Engineering team. Mark started working at Delta in April of 2012 and has assumed responsibility for continued development of Delta’s RMCTools’ software as a Control Software Development Engineer.

Mark’s strong background in control systems and HMI-related software come from his extensive work in both embedded and user-interface development. With more than 25 years of experience designing, developing and supporting software systems, Mark has quickly become a productive member of Delta’s software team.

After graduating from Linfield College with a degree in Math and Computer Science, Mark has gained experience working in challenging industries ranging from manufacturing to unmanned aerial vehicles.

Mark Stevens

“We are pleased to have Mark Stevens as a member of Delta’s development team”, stated Delta CEO, Steve Nylund. “In addition to his solid software engineering skills, Mark provides Delta with in depth practical experience in applications that will help us to evolve Delta’s RMC family of motion controllers and deliver continued product excellence,” Nylund added.

The high performance motion control products that Delta designs, manufactures and markets are used worldwide for hydraulic, pneumatic and electric closed-loop control in a wide array of single and multi-axis applications, including testing, food, energy, automotive, entertainment, plastics, materials, aerospace, metals, forest products and others.

About Delta Computer Systems: For 30 years, Delta has supplied motion controllers, color sensors, and other industrial products that enable OEMs & integrators to build better machines. For more information contact Bill Savela, Delta Computer Systems, Inc. 1818 SE 17th Street, Battle Ground, WA. 98604. P +1-360-254-8688, fax +1-360-254-5435, or email Editor: Your personnel may indicate Mark Stevens Joins Delta for inquiry identification.