Endigit provides premier LabVIEW software development. As a National Instruments Silver Alliance partner, we work closely with NI to provide the best data acquisition, automated test, machine vision, and embedded control and monitoring systems. As certified LabVIEW Architects (CLA), our software engineers ensure that your system is built with clean efficient code. Based in the Greater Salt Lake City Area, Endigit serves Utah and the Mountain West as well as national customers.
Robert Mortensen Principal Systems Engineer, FounderView Bio
Shawn Walpole Senior Systems EngineerView Bio
Bryan Heslop Business Development Manager, Systems EngineerView Bio
Marty Vowles Project Manager, Staff Systems EngineerView Bio
Jake Hansen Associate Systems EngineerView Bio
Blake Ewton Associate Systems EngineerView Bio
Jon Terry Systems Engineer InternView Bio
Brian Denkers Systems EngineerView Bio
After starting his career at National Instruments supporting, teaching and developing LabVIEW, Robert Mortensen decided he liked using LabVIEW more than making it. So he left NI and worked for integration companies Moore Good Ideas and VPI Engineering while honing his LabVIEW skills and extensive LabVIEW experience and a desire to use his business training, he founded Endigit in 2011. The name Endigit is a compilation of the concepts of engineering and the digital world. It encompasses Robert's vision for a solid company providing quality services and products.
After years of taking second place, Robert is a two time champion (2016 & 2017) in the World's Fastest LabVIEW Programmer challenge held yearly at NIWeek.
Shawn Walpole started programming with Microsoft Basic on the Apple Macintosh 128k computer in the 1980s and has loved it ever since. He graduated with a Mechanical Engineering BS degree and a Computer Science minor from the University of Utah in 2000. He worked on the LabVIEW R&D team at National Instruments for four years developing LabVIEW before moving to Moore Good Ideas. Shawn was impressed by Endigit's vision and joined the Endigit team in 2014.
Shawn gets job satisfaction out of meeting customer needs. He likes LabVIEW because well-written code is easy to read and because of the power of a development environment that was written for programmers working with real hardware.
Shawn has industry experience programming LabVIEW and C/C++. He has worked with Real Time, FPGA, DAQmx, Motion, TestStand, and Veristand.
Bryan first discovered he was a megageek in a college physics class when he got way too excited about tesla coils (most people figured it out much sooner). Bryan worked as a machinist programming and operating CNC lathes while attending Brigham Young University. He earned a degree in Computer Engineering with a Business Management minor in 2008. After graduation Bryan moved to Austin, Texas to work at National Instruments. He worked as an Applications Engineer in the Engineering Leadership Program for 2 years then spent 1 year in Albuquerque, New Mexico as a Field Sales Engineer. He then moved back home to Utah and worked as District Sales Manager for Natonal Instruments where he managed NI's large accounts in Utah like Hill Air Force Base, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, OrbitalATK and L-3.
At Endigit Bryan is responsible for sales and marketing. As a Certified LabVIEW Architect, he also works as a Systems Engineer doing LabVIEW development.
Bryan enjoys everything about water (boating, swimming, rock skipping, drinking, etc.), riding ATVs, comedy writing, exploring the mountains around his home and dreams of going to space.
Marty graduated from the University of Utah with a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering with emphasis in mechatronics and robotics. He began his career at OrbitalATK as a process engineer. In his five years in that role he developed systems for electronic test of ordnance, large motor weighing, automated pressure tests, and statistical process control.
Marty then spent five years on the software engineering team where he became the team lead and Certified LabVIEW Architect There he worked on avionics test sytems and control software for a carbon fiber weaving machine among other projects.
Marty enjoys farming, repairing old cars, and his 4 children.
Jake has a degree in applied physics from Brigham Young University. During his time at BYU he was involved with computational research that led to the discovery of groundbreaking superalloys and had the opportunity to patent his work. His studies and research focused on scientific computing and materials science. Jake has a diverse background in programming languages including C, C++, Java, Bash, Matlab, Python and is quickly adding LabVIEW to the list.
Jake joined Endigit in the fall of 2017 as our first intern and has since joined us full time as an Associate Systems Engineer.
In his spare time Jake enjoys 3D printing and designing microcontroller based electronics to satisfy his need to tinker and create new things. Jake is an avid table tennis enthusiast.
Blake knew from a young age he wanted to be an engineer. Growing up he was always building something. Taking college physics in high school, he used to come home excited each day and give his mom a physics lesson. Blake graduated from Utah State University with an MS and BS in Mechanical Engineering and an emphasis in Thermal/Fluid Systems. Blake started out working for the US Air Force on process tooling and automated test equipment for aircraft auxiliary power units. On the job he found an interest in electrical systems and started to tinker at home doing small projects.
After being introduced to LabVIEW he found he loved it and was able to secure a job doing fulltime LabVIEW work for the Air Force creating maintenance software to support the A-10 aircraft. Blake joined the Endigit team in 2017 and is excited to have joined such a talented team of people who are all passionate about what they do.
Blake enjoys target shooting, playing guitar, and creating a variety of things.
Jon earned a BS in Chemical Engineering from Brigham Young University in 2011. He then worked as a staff engineer at Allegheny Electric Cooperative in Harrisville, Pennsylvania where he was responsible for load and generation data.
He is finishing up a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering at BYU. His area of focused research is in adaptive control for inflatable robots with unknown payloads and dynamic parameters.
Brian graduated from Weber State University with a BS in Electronics Engineering Technology. He started his career working at L3 Technologies, as a automated test developer. He created many automated test systems mainly consisting of RF tests. He developed these test systems using TestStand, and LabVIEW. He also worked on the framework team, developing instrument libraries, HALs, and other common code that would be used by other developers on the team.
While working at L3 Technologies, Brian completed an M.B.A. from Western Governers University in 2013. Brian is a Certified LabVIEW Architect, and Certified TestStand Architect, who enjoys long walks on the beach.
Endigit makes a contribution to the world by helping our customers increase efficiency and improve products. We do this by providing LabVIEW software development along with data acquisition, automated test, and embedded monitoring and control systems.