The engineers at Goodyear Electronics have been providing expert support services to the Armed Forces for over 30 years in and out of uniform. Starting as a hobby after a career working for the Department of Defense, Goodyear began as a part time TMDE repair business in 2001. In 2002 we became a full time business with two employees.
Since then, Goodyear has slowly added capability and broadened our focus until we now offer a wide spectrum of repair, calibration, and electronic design services. As a small veteran owned business. Goodyear Electronics is extremely flexible, and our customer service and technical support is second to none.
Goodyear Electronics is committed to meet or exceed customer needs and expectations. We provide quality products and services by taking the time to fully understand the logistics and detailed information pertaining to the requirements of our customers.
Goodyear Electronics is committed to continually improving
the quality of our products and services to maintain the highest standards of customer satisfaction.
Larry Watts began a 33-year career in Electronics as a flight line tech for Hueys and Cobras in the Marine Corps. Since then, he has expanded his capabilities into component level repair on a vast array of electronic and test equipment as well as research and design through on the job training. Along the way he picked up credentials as a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and handles marketing and personnel in addition to being intimately involved with the technical work.
Kurt Goodyear began a 45-year career in electronics as a radio tech in the Marine Corps. After 4 years, he was hired by the Marine Corps as a civilian employee and spent a year at Ground Electronics and another working on flight simulators. He then
moved to Army civil service and spent 18 years repairing and calibrating electronic test equipment. He began taking college courses part time and by the time he took an early retirement in 2000, he had acquired a master’s degree in electrical engineering at Georgia Tech and founded Goodyear Electronics.
Richard has 34+ years of experience in systems engineering and high-speed digital hardware design. He is fluent in both VHDL and System Verilog FPGA programming languages, and has extensive experience with Altera (Intel), Xilinx, Actel (Microsemi), and Lattice FPGA/SoC devices and programming tools. He also has a full understanding of and extensive experience with DO-254 and IEC 61508 hardware design processes, along with working knowledge of C/C++ and JAVA programming languages. Richard holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech. He also served six years in the U.S. Navy prior to beginning his professional career.
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