Delta Sigma began operations in January 1990 in Hesperia, California, providing support to the stealth F-117 Nighthawk and emerging F-22 Raptor programs. Delta Sigma played a pivotal role in ensuring that both aircraft fleets maintained the lowest possible radar cross section while in operation. Delta Sigma’s custom pylons, rotators, and RCS chamber designs were instrumental in the production of these aircraft programs.
In 1997, Delta Sigma was awarded a contract to create an unprecedented align and mate system using machine vision for the three major F-22 body sections. We relocated our offices to our current location in Kennesaw, Georgia, to design and implement the project. The success of this project cemented Delta Sigma as a premier provider in custom machine vision robotic solutions. This led to expanding our team and capabilities even further, bidding on and winning contracts across and wide range of production lines by offering exceptional value in price, form, and function. Most importantly, Delta Sigma instills the confidence that we have the personnel and facilities to turn a comprehensive list of customer specifications into incredible machines.
In 2005, we began developing 3D optical projection technologies, which later grew into our patented ProjectionWorks product line in 2009. Delta Sigma now offers a family of mixed reality products designed to project visual work instructions in true size and color directly onto any vehicle, object, or surface, regardless of shape or size. Its primary application includes assembly, paint, and wire harnesses.
Unlike Augmented Reality, which overlays digital information on real-world elements, Mixed Reality goes one step further by enabling you to interact and manipulate both physical and virtual items and environments, using next-generation sensing and imaging technologies. This enables manufacturers to reduce time on task and eliminate errors in manufacturing and complex assembly processes.