Tempo Automation provides development tools for electrical engineers. The Company has built a process optimized for low-volume, allowing a person to cut down development times and enjoy a seamless ordering experience. Tempo Automation technologies allow electronics designers to iterate more easily and more often, test more ideas, and develop better products faster.
HQSan Francisco, US
Size (employees)56 (est)+12%
Tempo Automation was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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Key People/Management at Tempo Automation

Jeff McAlvay

Jeff McAlvay


Tempo Automation Office Locations

Tempo Automation has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
1500 Michigan St
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Tempo Automation Financials and Metrics

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Tempo Automation total Funding

$29.6 m

Tempo Automation latest funding size

$20 m

Time since last funding

6 months ago

Tempo Automation investors

Tempo Automation's latest funding round in April 2018 was reported to be $20 m. In total, Tempo Automation has raised $29.6 m
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Tempo Automation Blogs

PCB Manufacturing for the Medical Device Industry: Part 1 – Regulation and Standards

There is no nobler pursuit than the endeavor to save, extend or preserve life. I, for one, hold those who devote themselves to this goal in the highest regard. This includes not only doctors, nurses, clinicians and first responders, but everyone who supports them. The skill and dedication required t…

Types of PCB Surface Finishes: Does it Matter Which One You Use?

When I was a kid, the end of the summer was both a sad time and a happy one. It was sad because it meant that the glorious time of focusing primarily on playing and having fun was about to end. But it was also happy because it meant that I was going to get … Continued The post Types of PCB Surface F…

A Brief History of Printed Circuit Boards: Design and Manufacturing

Today, building electronics systems that are simply functional is becoming an obsolete objective. Instead, the expectation that our devices and systems are “smart” is rapidly becoming the standard by which they are judged. These expectations are encapsulated in the concept of Ambient Intelligence (A…

PCB Design and Development of Commercial Satellite Products

In July 1962, NASA launched the first commercial satellite, Telstar 1, which enabled live television broadcasts between the U.S. and Europe. This was followed in the next month by President John F. Kennedy signing the Communications Satellite Act of 1962. The motivation was to promote satellite deve…

PCB Design Guidelines for SMD Components

A drive along a country road far from the city can be quite picturesque; however, one of the most comforting sights is the occasional tower that connects the power lines. As long as they are there, I know that I’m still connected to the grid and have electricity. But have you noticed that when you ……

Tom’s Circuits – A WiFi Camera Optical and X-Ray Teardown

When I saw a WiFi camera for about $25, I wondered what was inside. I bought one to take apart and with the help of an X-ray machine at Tempo Automation I was able to not only look at the electronics but inside them. Here is what I found! Like other cloud WiFi cameras, it works … Continued The post …
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