James Duvall | February 09, 2018

Three Reasons Why Upgrading Your Operating System Is a Top Priority

Is your test system still running on an old operating system? In order to take full advantage of the gamut of improvements in audio and visual technology, it is necessary to modernize your equipment beyond the stock capabilities of the standard VHS player. Similarly, your test system – and any hardware or software system – also needs upgrades to continue to function reliably and avoid ever more costly downtime.

James Duvall | February 09, 2018

What to Expect During a System Migration

Do you have a vital test system lumbering along on a dinosaur of an operating system (OS)? Are you thinking of ditching the dino? There are a few problems you may run into. Here we discuss a few of the more common ones and how a system integrator like G Systems can help you work through them.

Dave Baker | November 22, 2017

Build vs. Buy… Or the Best of Both?

As a test engineering manager, making the decision to build your next test system using in-house resources or by working with external contractors can be a difficult one. This single decision will influence most of your future decisions regarding your test system, and can ultimately govern the success or failure of a test team.  

Ralph Hutson | October 26, 2017

Accelerate Your Functional Test With These 5 Strategies

In general, most manufacturers focus on improving throughput while cutting test costs. But, there is usually a common misconception that the process to improve throughput is costly and time consuming. Manufacturers typically assume that to improve throughput, they need to completely overhaul their existing functional test system design and processes. But this does not have to be the case. Here are five simple ways to improve the efficiency of your existing functional test system design with minimal time and costs:

Dave Baker | September 12, 2017

[Infographic] Developing a F-35 VSIF DAQ System

G Systems developed an integrated aerospace testing system that can acquire various types of data, including analog, digital, video, and additional data transferred from other systems through reflective memory for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics to use in the F-35 Vehicle Systems Integration Facility (VSIF), also known as “Iron Bird.” This system monitors aircraft sub-system integration tests.

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