Since 1978, KADAK Products Ltd. has been providing software developers with the very best real-time software foundation for their embedded systems products. Renowned for the exceptional quality of our products and documentation, we serve the most demanding of customers in aerospace, communications, process control, data acquisition, medical instrumentation, portable devices, robotics and military applications. And KADAK's no-nonsense approach to pricing and licensing means that you can . . .
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  Corporate Information

KADAK Products Ltd. is a privately held Canadian company incorporated in 1978. KADAK's offices are located in Vancouver in the province of British Columbia, Canada.

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  Corporate Background

KADAK Products Ltd. was founded in 1978 as a software consulting company which designed, implemented and tested real-time mini-computer systems for supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) in the gas and oil pipeline industry.

By 1980, KADAK had developed its first AMX real-time operating system (RTOS) for use on the Intel 8080 and Zilog Z80 which were being used as communication processors connecting an airline weather monitoring system to the SITA network.

With the advent of the 8088/86 and its blessing by IBM with its first PC in 1981, KADAK realized that the embedded market would finally catch fire. KADAK's first ads for AMX 86 began running in the earliest issues of Byte Magazine and the RTOS race began in earnest.

By 1989, RTOS was an accepted buzz word and KADAK's position as a front runner in the game was established at the first Embedded Systems Conference (more like a gathering) in the lobby of the Drake Hotel in San Francisco.

And the rest is history! Today, with its full line of RTOS and network products, KADAK competes worldwide and has become renowned for its exceptional standards for software design, implementation, documentation and ongoing support.

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