MTR100 '13 2G Engineering

Marine Technology Reporter

The Case:

2G Engineering is excited to share its new line of Underwater Actuators that can be utilized in a number of fields; from the oil and gas industry to deep water exploration. 2G is also a manufacturing broker with a diverse base of high quality suppliers for the underwater industry. 

The Company:

2G Engineering is a privately owned company located in Southern Wisconsin. It incorporated in 2005 by founders Hal and Taylor Glenn. It has been expanding its engineering expertise throughout the years by tackling diverse projects that have ranged from all electric vehicle power systems on land to controls systems for ROV’s that operate over a mile deep in the ocean. The company was started because the founders wanted the freedom to work on the types of engineering projects that they felt had worth. Because of this, the company has become eclectic and created its very own niche in custom engineering and product design, and in sourcing and producing quick turn, high quality prototype components. 2G Engineering has many facets and specialties in the engineering world, mechanical, electrical and computer. The combination and continual development of these skills in our employees enables it to tackle problems holistically from start to finish. Providing its customers with a fully optimized and cutting edge product.

The Tech:

-     Mechanical/Electrical Design
-     Battery Management Systems
-     Oil & Gas
-     Underwater Products Underwater Actuators,
    Underwater Lights
-     Green Energy Technology
-     Motor Drive Systems


2G Engineering

2870 Terra Ct. Suite #3
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin 53590
Tel: (608) 825-4799
E-mail: [email protected]

CEO/President: Hal Glenn
Vice President: Emily Glenn
General Manager: George Heindl
Employees: 6


(As published in the July/August 2013 edition of Marine Technologies -

Marine Technology Magazine, page 55,  Jul 2013

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