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Laura Barnett | January 30, 2019

February 6 LabVIEW User Group Meeting Featuring the Laser Atomic Spectroscopy Lab Case Study

 

Join us on February 6 at 11:30 AM for the Richardson LabVIEW user group meeting, hosted at the G System's office in Richardson. During this meeting, our guest speaker, Garnet Cameron, a fourth-year Physics PhD candidate at University of a North Texas working in laser atomic spectroscopy, will discuss a real-world case study of how he used LabVIEW. 

Laura Barnett | December 19, 2018

Top 5 Blog Posts of 2018

My favorite thing about the end of the year? Reflecting on the year and reviewing what I have learned. If you are like me, you are finding more and more blogs you are interested in......that is why I have taken the time to narrow down our TOP 5 for the year.  Enjoy the end of this year and let us be the first to wish you Happy New Year!  We wish you the best for 2019!
Laura Barnett | December 11, 2018

LabVIEW User Group Coding Challenge Competition Winners

In  October G Systems hosted the Dallas user group’s first LabVIEW coding challenge ever!!  There were three rounds of stiff competition.  The first coding challenge was implementing an Atbash cipher.  It took a little while for the competitors to warm up but they rolled their sleeves up for the round two challenge, finding numeric palindromes.   By the time round three began competitors in the room were borrowing laptops to “test” their LabVIEW skills.  Could they solve the Mixtape Challenge?  Who would wind up the overall winner?  Who would end up completing all challenges with the fastest time? 

James Duvall | November 27, 2018

Ensuring Long-Term Product Quality Through Efficient Accelerated Life Testing

Accelerated life testing is an important process to ensure products continue to function as intended throughout their entire lifecycle. To perform this process as quickly as possible, accelerated life testers (ALTs) can be used to conduct tests in parallel using multiple testers. This way, potential problems in a product can be identified much more quickly than if a product had to be tested under normal use conditions. Engineers can then use the data collected by the ALT, as well as the nature of the actual failure, to improve the product and increase longevity.

Russell Blake | October 25, 2018

Quick Turn Projects

One of the reasons G Systems has so much repeat business is our ability to meet tight timelines without sacrificing technical requirements. Over and over, our customers comment on how quickly we are able to design and build systems compared to their internal team -- sometimes as much as 2-3x faster than it would have taken their internal team to develop the same system.

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