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Amy Principe | October 09, 2017

G Systems Employees Promoted in Recognition of Achievements

Two senior level G Systems employees have been promoted in recognition of their outstanding achievements. Currently published in the Dallas Business Journal People on the Move section, the promotions of Dave Baker and Doug Kibler honor their roles in company leadership and development.

Amy Principe | October 02, 2017

Avionics Magazine features G Systems Data Acquisition System

Avionics Magazine interviewed G Systems Partner and Senior VP of Engineering and Manufacturing David Baker to tell the story of "How Data Acquisition is Achieved for F-35 Sub-System Integration". 

Amy Principe | September 14, 2017

Join us this Sunday evening to kick off NI's CLA Summit in Austin, Texas

We are excited about the National Instruments CLA Summit coming up on Sept. 18. In fact, we are so excited that we are hosting a Sunday evening gathering to kick off the summit. We invite you to attend the G Systems-sponsored Sunday Night Social on Sunday, Sept. 17, at the The Hideout Pub in Austin.

Russell Blake | August 10, 2017

Ten Ways I Was Inspired by a High School Robotics Team

For the last two years, G Systems has sponsored Chain Reaction Robotics, a group of high school juniors and seniors in Plano, Texas, who recently completed their second year as a robotics team. In that short time they have accomplished so much through the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) competitions. I was gladly recruited by a Plano Independent School District (PISD) employee to mentor the team.

Carly Moran | July 28, 2017

FIRST Robotics and G Systems: Creating the Next Generation of Innovators

Video: assisted by the driving skills of the son of a G Systems employee, Chain Reaction Robotics demonstrates their robot "climbing" an obstacle 

G Systems proudly supports the Plano Senior High School (PSHS) robotics team. Chain Reaction Robotics was founded only two short years ago, but it is clear that time is just a number for the bright group of high school juniors and seniors. The team excels in competition and continues to live up to their motto, “Blood, sweat and gears.”  

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