VP of Business Development

Travis Posey currently serves as Vice President of Business Development. Travis began his career at HSI in the finance and accounting side of the business. Travis now oversees business development and marketing for Genisco Filter and HSI Sensing.

Born and raised in Chickasha, Travis is a graduate of Chickasha High School. Following high school, he earned a bachelor’s in business administration at the Oklahoma State University in 2002. Travis is an Eagle Scout and worked as professional Boy Scout in Fort Worth, TX after college. He played an instrumental part in achieving his councils Quality Council Award, the highest honor awarded to a council.

In Travis’s downtime he likes to play bass guitar with his band, play paintball, spend time with family, and travel with his wife Libby. He and his wife have two children, Ava and William.

Travis currently serves on the board of the USAO Foundation, is an executive board member on the Chickasha Chamber of Commerce and is elected School Board for the Canadian Valley Technology Center.

Posts by Travis

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Smart Applications Driven by Sensor Technology

Sensors have played a significant role in a variety of industries over the years, but we’ve only realized a small amount of the potential they offer. As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to scale and big data plays an even more important role in sectors like healthcare, technology, manufacturing, aerospace, and agriculture, the expectation … Continued

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Medical Device Miniaturization Made Possible by Reed Switches

The Internet of Things (IoT), whereby almost everyone and everything will be connected to the Internet, is vastly becoming a reality. The medical community stands to be highly impacted by this, with more patient monitoring devices now connecting to the web and being controlled by smartphones and applications. One innovation that makes this connectivity possible … Continued

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Notes 14

Specifications are not constant across entire magnetic range. Customer must exercise care in handling and mounting to prevent damage to internal components and subsequent changes to sensor performance. For information about performance, custom configurations (i.e. wire length or color; connectors; operational variation), or packaging contact our Sales department. Information contained hereon is for informational purposes … Continued

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Notes 13

Specification are not constant across magnetic range. Customer must exercise care in handling, mounting, lead forming, and cutting to prevent damage to glass capsule and/or switch sensitivity. Information contained hereon is for informational purposes only and should not be deemed as accurate for a specific application. Consult factory for specific application information and/or latest revision. … Continued

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Notes 12

Specifications are not constant across entire magnetic range. Customer must exercise care in handling and mounting to prevent damage to internal components and subsequent changes to sensor performance. For information about performance, custom configuration (i.e. wire length or color; connectors; operational variation), or packaging contact our Sales department. Information contained hereon is for informational purposes … Continued