TouchSensor™ Welcomes Dan Rose to the Engineering Team

TouchSensor adds Dan Rose to engineering teamWheaton, IL, December 19, 2013 – TouchSensor Technologies welcomes Mr. Dan Rose to the TouchSensor Engineering organization.  Randy Horning, TouchSensor’s Director of Engineering, remarked, "Dan brings a strong background in dynamic and static stress analysis where he has designed structural components for aircraft as well as creating pipe stress models for nuclear piping systems.” 

Mr. Rose joins TouchSensor with 7 years of work experience in the aerospace and consumer goods industries. Most recently, Mr. Rose was employed by Exelon Corporation, where he served as Mechanical Design Engineer. Prior to joining Exelon, Mr. Rose served as Mechanical Engineer at Ambitech Engineering. His early career includes experience at Sargent & Lundy and Cessna Aircraft Company in various engineering roles. Mr. Rose studied Aerospace Engineering at the University of Illinois – Champaign-Urbana, where he earned his Bachelor of Science. 

TouchSensor™ Technologies has 25 years of experience working with client OEMs in the design, integration and manufacturing of the sensors, switches and consoles used as the input panels for home appliances, automotive center stacks, exercise equipment, POS beverage dispensers and more. Our expertise in human-machine interface solutions helps our customers

  • accelerate product design and development cycles, 
  • reduce development and manufacturing costs, 
  • improve product quality and reliability, 
  • reduce end-user lifetime cost of ownership, and
  • improve product quality.

About TouchSensor Technologies, LLC:  About TouchSensor: TouchSensor™ Technologies, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Methode Electronics (NYSE: MEI), is a market leader in touch-sensitive user interface and fluid level detection products.   TouchSensor designs, integrates and manufactures sensor and switch consoles for human-machine interface controls in consumer and industrial products using its patented Field-Effect sensing technology.

TouchSensor’s portfolio of proprietary technology and broad experience developing superior customer experience for OEMs distinguishes us from “build-to-print” contract manufacturers. For world-class product design and manufacturing, let TouchSensor be your product launch engine™.