Software & IT > Data acquisition technology

ExperTune PlantTriage version 11.01

05 December, 2012

Expertune’s PlantTriage has been enhanced with tools to extend its oscillation analysis features.

HMS Netbiter cloud-based remote management solution

20 March, 2012

The cloud-based Netbiter remote management solution from HMS Industrial Networks allows users to monitor and control field equipment such as power generators, wind turbines, tanks and other field applications via an office computer, laptop or smartphone.

Advantech DAQ Navi application software development tool

21 September, 2011

The DAQ Navi application for configuring PCI, USB and PCI-104 data acquisition devices has been released. The DAQ Navi application includes the Software Development Kit, Device Driver and Device Test Utility with User Guide to replace the previous multiple drivers, device manager and SDK.

MathWorks Data Acquisition Toolbox R2010b

17 December, 2010 by

The R2010b release of Data Acquisition Toolbox now enables engineers and scientists to use National Instruments’ CompactDAQ data acquisition hardware directly from MATLAB. Data Acquisition Toolbox supports more than 25 CompactDAQ devices, providing access to measurements that include voltage, current and temperature.

Heat transfer simulation software

09 June, 2009 by

Invensys Process Systems has released the latest version of SimSci-Esscor’s Hextran software, a comprehensive heat transfer and pinch analysis tool. In addition to the numerous infrastructure upgrades and enhancements that address the emerging needs of clients seeking cost-effective and efficient heat transfer, Hextran 9.2 simulation software can now be used on Microsoft Vista Enterprise and Business operating systems. IPS has also created an updated install procedure and support for Microsoft Office 2007.

Noise and vibration analysis

01 April, 2009 by

The NI Sound and Vibration Measurement Suite Version 7.0 extends analysis functionality with NI LabVIEW virtual instruments (VIs) for performing psychoacoustic measurements, making it possible for engineers to quickly set up tests for noise, vibration and harshness (NVH), machine condition monitoring and sound quality. Additionally, National Instruments announced the NI USB-4432, a portable bus-powered dynamic signal acquisition module for making high-accuracy sound and vibration measurements.

DAC software

05 October, 2008

DASYLab v10 data acquisition and analysis software is designed for those who want to get down to work straight away, without having to write programs. Its simple, point-and-click interface lets you set up powerful, sophisticated data acquisition routines quickly and easily.

Automation solutions at RSTechED '08

11 September, 2008

Rockwell Automation recently held the 9th annual RSTechED event, providing attendees with a valuable educational forum and business networking opportunity.

OPC unified architecture explained

05 September, 2008

International independent training organisation OPC Training Institute (OPCTI) will, on 16 September, address the impact of the OPC Foundation's OPC Unified Architecture (UA) specification on the worldwide manufacturing industry.

Sedas data acquisition system

05 August, 2008

Sedas is a data capture and analysis system that can either be delivered with set functionality, or as a system that can be fully configured by the end user.

Intergraph acquires TechServer

08 May, 2008

Intergraph Korea has acquired TechServer Corp, a Seoul-based software and services company specialising in automated drafting, data exchange and system integration in the shipbuilding, process, power and offshore industries.

USB data acquisition modules

20 February, 2008

Interworld Electronics supplies a range of USB data acquisition modules including multi-function analog I/O, analog output, digital relay output, TTL I/O, isolated input and counter timer modules.

Production data collecting

18 June, 2007

The LETS machine interface (LMI) operator terminal enables information to be collected from production machines and fed to Honeywell’s line efficiency tracking software (LETS).

Making plant data relevant

06 December, 2006 by Sylvia Aitken, Editor

Retrieving plant data across all facets of the production environment is vital for optimising productivity and making appropriate business decisions. The challenge is making that data relevant and available to everyone who needs it in the organisation

Data mining

06 October, 2006 by Tony Grichnik and Mike Seskin, Caterpillar; Thomas Hill, StatSoft

Data mining can offer manufacturers an effective solution when traditional methods of analysis are not suitable. The return on investment can result in improved product performance, less scrap and reword and decreased testing

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