30 Years
  • Mechanical
  • Civil
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Architecture


Sanderson Digital Electronic Standard was founded by Dilworth Sanderson, a professional engineer and a prolific inventor with over 30 years of experience. He has created a company to formally bring some of his inventions to market.

Dilworth Sanderson

Mr. Sanderson has completed intense studies in the fields of engineering: mechanical, civil, electrical & electronics, architecture and jewelry manufacturing. Gathering expertise honed from the various industries he has worked in parlaying his knowledge into many useful inventions which he holds patents on.

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“Invention is the Mother of Created Dreams”

Mr. Sanderson is an embodiment of the concept that no education is ever wasted.

In his early youth, Dilworth heard the word engineer for the first time. He says: “I had a passion to inquire who that was, what is required to become one. My desired dream became to be among the top engineers of my life time.”

He started to learn the jewelry trade while at the same time studying mechanical engineering at a technical school. Later he applied to an American correspondence school to take mechanical lessons. For approximately four years, he continued learning about all three functions.

Having been informed that an engineer is required to have some knowledge of accounting, he applied to a notable college to study accounting. In less than two years he was able to successfully complete the course in British Intermediate Standard of Accounting.

At that point he still had not met even one engineer. He continued to work in jewelry to help finance his studies. Being very determined to achieve his dream career, he applied to a university in Michigan state to study civil engineering. Later he went to New York Technical School to study electronic engineering. Still thirsty for knowledge he decided to seek a higher degree in electronics. He successfully attended the University School of Engineering and Science, and achieved the EEE degree: Electrical and Electronic Engineer. All while still being employed in the jewelry business.

Still hungry for knowledge, he next applied to Pratt Institute to study architecture. It was then that he realized that he had reached the status of a professional engineer. Completing his studies he began working as a test engineer for an electrical manufacturing company that produced high voltage AC power supply units. His next job with a company that built electronic filters brought him some notice. He was only there a short time when they told him that they had a problem with a three stage highly expensive filter. Neither the foreman nor any of the technicians could solve the problem, so he also would have to deal with it. They said that some other had already worked on it for almost a year and that only the Chief Engineer had never tried. It took him only three days to find a solution; as a result he was quickly promoted.

Later in his career, an electronic company that he worked for as a test engineer acquired a sub contracted project for NASA space exploration. When a problem developed, he discovered it before much damage was done. This earned him a special assignment on the project.

All this vast experience comes into play when he lets his creative juices flow while indulging his passion for inventing.