Jeremy Marquis | September 21, 2018

Highlights from the 2018 Americas CLA Summit

Each year, National Instruments hosts a Summit for those who have the highest level of LabVIEW certification. Certified LabVIEW Architects (CLAs) travel from around the world to join together with their peers. Advanced technical topics are presented and discussed, news and feedback are shared with the LabVIEW development team, and colleagues network to collaborate on solving complicated problems.

Dave Baker | September 18, 2018

Decades of Success with Lockheed Martin: Mitigating Risk with Experience and Expertise

For nearly two decades, G Systems has designed and developed a wide variety of test systems for several divisions across Lockheed Martin. From our first project upgrading the legacy F-35 flight test instrumentation verification and calibration system, to much larger projects, including developing several systems for testing various features of the F-35, quickly creating three test systems for the Orion spacecraft, and helping perform a multi-million-dollar upgrade to the U.S. Navy’s MK 41 vertical launching system (VLS), G Systems has consistently designed, developed, and delivered high-quality automated test systems for Lockheed Martin.

Jeremy Marquis | August 31, 2018

G Systems Kicks Off the CLA Summit with 7th Annual Social

The National Instruments CLA Summit is coming up on Sept. 12. For the last six years, attendees have been able to reconnect and share their excitement at our annual kickoff social event. We invite you to attend this year’s G Systems-sponsored CLA Summit Kickoff Social on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at the The Hideout Pub in Austin, TX.

Mike Taylor | August 23, 2018

How to Get Started with Derived Channels in LabVIEW

Your system has all the hardware to measure all your signals. Now how do you get measurements from relative channels, such as a Rosette strain measurement, which are dependent on three physical channels? Is there a way to measure cumulative volume or even a delta pressure? These formulas vary by the test, so how can you create a dynamic calculator to get these results in real time? Typically, these channels are calculated in post processing.

Ralph Hutson | August 02, 2018

How to Develop a Rugged, High-Speed Streaming Measurement System

16 Channels at 1 Million Samples per Second per Channel Simultaneously 

Fortis Testing in Lubbock, TX, contacted G Systems to develop a high-speed streaming system for capturing pressure waves generated by explosions during structural blast testing. Requirements included 16 channels, fast sampling and the ability to trigger high-speed cameras with configurable delays to record video documentation of the explosion.

G Systems’ solution is a rugged, high-speed streaming measurement system with the ability to collect 16 channels at 1 million samples per second simultaneously.

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