Dave Baker

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Dave Baker | April 30, 2019

Ensuring Reliable Connections in Your High-Channel-Count Systems

When investing in the development of automated test equipment (ATE), you want to be sure you are not creating a system that is difficult to modify as changes to your test requirements or devices under test (DUTs) occur. Thus, it is wise to develop a system using a common core approach that is flexible, easy to reconfigure, and can interface to multiple types of DUTs.

Dave Baker | April 17, 2019

System-Level Configuration Management for High-Channel-Count Test Systems

When it comes to high-channel-count systems, configuration management needs to be approached at a high level across the whole architecture of the system. The need for a user-friendly and organized configuration management interface is just as important as developing the software to run the tests and view results.

Dave Baker | February 25, 2019

Three Tools for Managing Your High-Channel-Count Test Systems

When it comes to high-channel-count test systems, maintaining the system and data collected can be extremely difficult if you do not have the right tools to simplify and manage the process. Organizations often try to cut corners because it can take just as much time and resources to develop the right management tools as it takes to develop the actual test applications.

Dave Baker | October 16, 2018

Nervous About Subcontracting Test System Development? G Systems Can Help.

While your employees are the most qualified engineers for designing and developing your products, that doesn’t necessarily mean they are the best fit for developing your test systems. Oftentimes, your engineers may not have the necessary hardware and software expertise for designing and developing test systems, or they simply may not have the availability to take on another project.

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.