Sysdyne was founded in 1976 in Stamford Connecticut by Mr.Craig Hung. Mr. Hung was an innovative inventor who held master and bachelor degrees in electrical engineer.
During late 1970s’ and early 1980s, led by Mr. Hung, Sysdyne has designed and built its first concrete batching control product. The vacuum tubes, relays and diodes were used to build the computing system. Pre-punched cards were used for mix design inputs and batch records were punched tapes. Not only this is the first generation for Sysdyne, it also the earliest concrete batching computer in the nation.
In the middle of 1980s’ Sysdyne applied Apple computer to improve its automation products.
By early 1990s’, Sysdyne’s IBM PC controlled batching products with DOS operating system became available to the market.
In 1999, Mr. Hung passed away.
In 2002, Larkin NewCo LLC acquired Sysdyne and continued doing business as Sysdyne. Since then, the company has devoted its efforts to build up customer satisfaction and apply cutting-edge technology to upgrade all its existing product lines while developing new products:
- 2004: Windows-based batching system (replaced DOS-based batching system)
- 2005: MRC-PRO, a revolution counter (replaced outdated MRC-110S and MRC-2000 counters)
- 2006: Seek N’ Feed, a material handling system
- 2007: QuickLink, a software that integrates ConcreteGo with external accounting software
- 2008: ConcreteGo (official launch), the first cloud-based concrete dispatch solution
- 2008: Release of Spanish language versions of Windows-based batching software and ConcreteGo
- 2009: Integration of ConcreteGo with Trimble and FiveCubits global signaling fleet management products
- 2010: Moisture probes added to product portfolio
- 2012: Delivery Tracking launched
- 2013: iSTRADA (official launch)
- 2014: Release of AggregateGo.com (beta version), a central dispatch solution for concrete aggregate
- 2015: Launch of new batch control panels and new ConcreteGo tracking screen
- 2016: Expansion of iSTRADA to an open platform for contractors, including a broader user interface, GPS functions, open API layer, and mobile application