Ambulatory Monitoring, Inc. (“AMI”) has been an industry leader for more than 35 years providing quality equipment to monitor physiological functioning in ambulatory subjects. The company’s Inductotrace® System continues to provide state-of-the-art monitoring of respiration; its Motionloggers® were the first commercial actigraph devices available for long-term, continuous monitoring of the sleep/wake patterns of subjects in their natural environment; and the PVT Psychomotor Vigilance Task Monitor is the gold standard in reaction time measurement.

AMI equipment is used by hundreds of customers worldwide including medical centers, pharmaceutical companies, NASA, and the U.S. Department of Defense, just to name a few. It has seen use in medical clinics, in orbit around the earth, under the ocean, on Mount Everest, in the swamps of Georgia, and in the sands of Desert Storm. In short, AMI is dedicated to providing reliable, proven equipment and excellent service to its customers.

Founded by the late William Gruen, AMI is currently run under the management of its President Thomas Kazlausky, M.Che., who brings with him to this position over two decades of experience as prior AMI Vice President and Product Manager. Tom is assisted by Vice President Linda Tavolacci, B.S.W., who has worked with AMI in administrative positions for almost 30 years; and the team looks forward to continuing to serve the medical community and participating in the growth of actigraphy as a clinically useful tool.

AMI will strive to continue its long-standing reputation as an industry leader by continuing to provide quality equipment for physiological and environmental monitoring and impeccable service to its customers.


Tom Kazlausky,
Linda Tavolacci,
Vice President

William Gruen,