Great Scott Gadgets makes open source hardware for innovative people.

Everything we produce at Great Scott Gadgets is open source, including all our hardware designs, software, and educational content. Our goal is to enable you to do things nobody has done before. We do that by building innovative hardware and software tools and by educating the community both online and through industry events. Most importantly, we support the community by releasing all of our work under open source licenses.

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Meet the Great Scott Gadgets team:

Michael Ossmann founded Great Scott Gadgets so that he could manufacture Ubertooth One, the world's first affordable Bluetooth test tool. Michael does most of the hardware design for GSG products, and he frequently speaks about wireless communication security and other research at information security conferences around the world. Follow @michaelossmann on Twitter.

Dominic Spill does much of our software development and online support. One of the world's foremost experts on Bluetooth security, he is the lead developer of the Ubertooth project. Additionally, Dominic contributes to other GSG products and research projects and is a frequent speaker at information security conferences. Follow @dominicgs on Twitter.

Taylor Streetman is a long time maker of things. Ask him about making snow! Taylor manages our warehouse and does most of the prototype assembly at the GSG lab in Evergreen, Colorado. His latest project has been assembly of a Lasersaur. Follow @_yhetti_ on Twitter.

Elizabeth Wooton is our manager of operations. She takes care of our resellers and vendors, and she manages our business operations. She is also our social media liaison, event coordinator, and contributes to our blog. Follow @lizwooton on Twitter.

Jacob Graves is our software development intern. Jacob is in his senior year at CU Denver majoring in Computer Science. His current project is a test panel graphical user interface for GreatFET.

Matt McLaurin is our lab assistant. He helps us out around the lab including shipping and prototype assembly. Matt is currently supplementing his home schooling with classes at a community college.