Serious News

Serious Announces David Nolte, VP Manufacturing

Promotion Announcement – VP of Manufacturing and Quality by Serious | Aug 01, 2018 | Gilbert, AZ Serious Integrated, Inc. is pleased to announce the...Read More

SIM562 7" High Performance HMI Modules

Serious Integrated, Inc. has announced the first of the anticipated 5th Generation of Serious Integrated HMI Modules. The 7" SIM562 features various 800x480 color LCD...Read More

McRock Capital Backs Serious Integrated

McRock Capital backs Serious Integrated to Fuel IIoT Sector Growth. CHANDLER, Arizona - September 8, 2016 Serious Integrated, Inc., a leader in human-machine interface (HMI) ...Read More

Serious Launches New Family of Serious Integrated Modules Using Renesas Synergy™ MCUs

Synergy S7G2 Group MCUs with a 240MHz ARM® Cortex®-M4 CPU now power new modules that pair with existing Serious SCM208 communication modules for fully integrated, ...Read More

Serious Launches 4th Generation Full-Color LCD Graphic/Touch Modules Using Renesas RZ/A1H MPU

CHANDLER, Arizona - February 17, 2016 – Today, Serious Integrated, Inc. announced initial availability of its 4th generation Serious Integrated Module family, enabling engineers working...Read More

Custom Splash Screen Tutorial Now Available

Serious has released an Application Note detailing the implementation of custom Splash Screens for your SIM. With this tutorial you will learn how to set...Read More

SHIPBridge Protocol available under NDA from Serious

  SHIPBridge affords much greater communications and control capability than Modbus, including over-the-wire GUI and SIM firmware updates and over-the-wire access to on-SIM file systems...Read More

Serious to Cease Support for Windows XP April 2014

Microsoft has publicly announced for 4 years the April 8th, 2014 End of Life (EOL) of the Windows XP operating system. This includes "XP mode" ...Read More

SIM535 First Customer Samples Available

First customer samples of the SIM535-A00 are availble from Serious. Contact your local authorized representative  for details.Read More

SIM231 First Customer Samples Available

First customer samples of the SIM231-A00 are availble from Serious. Contact your local authorized representative for details.Read More

SIM115 First Customer Samples Available

First customer samples of the SIM115-A00 are availble from Serious. Contact your local authorized representative for details.Read More

SHIP v5.0 Beta Begins Q1 2014

  SHIP v5 includes many new features, including New SHIP Bridge protocol with over-the-wire firmware and GUI updates and more Expanded communications support over SPI, ...Read More

SHIPTide v4.1.107 Released

Noteable Changes Fixed an issue with some resource editors crashing SHIPTide. Corrected opacity rendering for Text Corrected real time render sometimes becoming populated with grey...Read More

SPA100 In Stock at Arrow

Arrow Electronics now has stock of the single-pack of the Serious Programming Adapter 100 (SPA100) for programming and debugging Serious Integrated modules such as the...Read More

Serious Educational Programs

Serious 2013 Educational Gift Card Program Serious is pleased to introduce its 2013 education gift card program. For a limited time and while inventories last, ...Read More

Serious Integrated Names Former Intel Controller and M&A Transition Manager Brad Stevens as CFO

CHANDLER, Arizona – January 2, 2012 - Serious Integrated announced today the addition of former Intel business and finance controller Brad Stevens as Chief Financial...Read More

Serious Integrated wins Arizona Innovation Challenge

 CHANDLER, Arizona - December 21, 2012 - The Arizona Commerce Authority recognized Serious Integrated, Inc. today as one of the top innovative technology companies in Arizona and a winner of the 2012 Arizona Innovation Challenge . A panel of expert judges evaluated companies on a set of criteria including technology potential, marketing strategy, management team and the potential for job and wealth creation. Six companies were chosen out of more than 200 applicants to share $1.5M in grant funding to further accelerate growth. "We are honored to be recognized as a leading technology innovator in Arizona", said Terry West, Serious CEO. "Our company continues to grow and innovate rapidly as the demand for touch/graphic displays expands. Serious continues to make significant breakthroughs working with our customers to bring this technology beyond the smart phone to millions of other devices." The challenge -- which is the largest financial prize of its kind in the country -- advances innovation and technology commercialization opportunities in Arizona by supporting early stage ventures in Arizona's targeted industries of renewable energy and sustainability, bio and life sciences, electronics, information technologies, aerospace and defense and advanced manufacturing. The ACA doubled its commitment to the Arizona Innovation Challenge for 2012 by committing $3 million to the program over two rounds of competition. About Serious Integrated Serious Integrated, Inc. is a privately held Chandler, Arizona- based corporation specializing in enabling original equipment manufacturers, electronics design firms and prototypers developing graphic/touch front panels. Product offerings include off-the-shelf front panel modules as well as a software and tools environment for the development and deployment of modern graphic/touch user interfaces. Additional information about Serious Integrated is available at . About the Arizona Commerce Authority The Arizona Commerce Authority is dedicated to welcoming domestic and international businesses to Arizona and encouraging the expansion of existing businesses in the State. The agency maintains foreign trade offices in Canada, Asia, Europe and Mexico. The ACA will focus exclusively on business attraction, retention and expansion of Arizona’s strongest economic sectors including science/technology, aerospace/defense, renewable energies and small business/entrepreneurial expansion efforts. For more information contact: Arizona Commerce Authority at 602-845-1200 or More