Onda Corporation was originally founded in 1990 as Intec Research, an R&D firm focused on developing ultrasonic technologies for clients. Much of the creativity drew on the company’s experience in medical ultrasound.

In 2002, Intec acquired Specialty Engineering Associates (SEA), an innovator of ultrasonic devices and measurement instruments. The company was renamed Onda, which means “wave” in Latin.

Onda established a partnership with NTR Systems in 2003. A family of ultrasonic measurement instruments was added to broaden the product portfolio. Onda began to reach its vision of becoming a one-stop shop for ultrasound measurements.

In 2005, Onda vertically integrated a core capability by building a best-in-class calibration laboratory to offer in-house acoustic calibrations of hydrophone and other instruments.

In 2010, Onda introduces the first HCT hydrophone to help tackle an overdue challenge of acoustically characterizing ultrasonic cleaning tanks.

In 2014, Onda and National Physical Laboratory (NPL) partners to introduce the CaviMeterTM, the first commercially available instrument that quantifies the level of cavitation and direct field pressure.

At the end of 2015, Onda introduces an award-winning next generation cavitation meter, the MCT-2000. It is based on a the same principles as the CaviMeter, only now it features a touchscreen meter which detects acoustic emissions with a calibrated hydrophone to determine the absolute pressure from the direct field, stable cavitation, and transient cavitation.

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