Data Acquisition

Calling all DAQ and data analysis specialists: Dstl seeks industry wargame partners

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is seeking potential new suppliers to help influence future wargame development. A free “Show and Tell” event is planned on 7 November with the agency’s partners at The Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry. Wargames can be used to explore tactical, operational and strategic …

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KRYPTON ONE – awarded Product of the Month in NASA TECH BRIEFS

Dewesoft’s KRYPTON ONE is the world’s smallest single-channel data acquisition module for field testing in harsh environments. This award-winning DAQ system will survive extreme temperatures, water spray or submersion, high shock and extreme vibrations. Dewesoft has just announced that KRYPTON ONE was selected for PRODUCT OF THE MONTH award by NASA Tech Briefs. …

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Emerson completes acquisition of Zedi’s software and automation businesses

Emerson has completed the purchase of Zedi’s software and automation businesses. The addition of Zedi’s cloud supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) platform will further enable Emerson, a global leader in automation, to help oil and gas producers increase production and lower operating costs through cloud-based monitoring, control and optimisation. …

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Kistler will be showing KiDAQ, a unique, modular data acquisition system at Sensors & Instrumentation Live

On Stand 11 in Hall 2 at Sensors & Instrumentation Live at the NEC, Birmingham on 25 and 26 September, Kistler Instruments will be showing KiDAQ, a new, modular data acquisition system. The modular design of KiDAQ makes virtually unlimited channels and distributed systems a reality whatever the application; industrial, …

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Curtiss-Wright and Honeywell use connectivity to reinvent airplane black box recorders

In a major boost for airline accident investigations, two aviation leaders, Curtiss-Wright and Honeywell have partnered to develop an entirely new way for airlines to monitor and analyse flight data. The companies will use real-time connectivity to reinvent the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) and Flight Data Recorder (FDR) – commonly …

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Curtiss-Wright selected by Tactical Air Support to provide data recorder for tactical fighters

Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division today announced that it was awarded a contract by Tactical Air Support to provide a cockpit accessible rugged data recorder and a pre-integrated mission computer to upgrade its fleet of F-5AT (Advanced Technology) Tiger II Military supersonic tactical fighters. Under the contract, Curtiss-Wright will provide Tactical Air with …

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November issue of Instrumentation Monthly published online

The digital edition of the November issue of Instrumentation Monthly has been published. In this issue, in Monitoring & metering, we learn more about the stricter monitoring requirements for combustion emissions. We also find out about environmental monitoring. In our Internet of Things feature, we find out about the impact …

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GSS ultrafast CO2 sensor used to upgrade CO2Meter’s datalogger for quicker results

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is an ideal fire suppressor for many applications, because apart from actual fire damage, there is no clean-up or residue associated with a CO2 system – unlike with foaming agents or water. When a fire starts, high-pressure CO2 is released into the area it is protecting. Carbon dioxide gas …

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Water level monitoring technology

VINCI Facilities has won an innovation award for its work in the Royal Parks using advanced water level monitoring technology and cloud-based data management from OTT Hydromet to improve the management of the Longford River. The VINCI Facilities Innovation Awards competition takes place every two years covering 12 regions throughout …

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HBM leads the way in Hartpury College research project

When Hartpury College and University Centre recently undertook a study to investigate canine gait analysis and force exerted on a lead in a collar and harness, HBM was on hand to supply the necessary electronic strain gauges and software. Considering the vast range of roles that dogs fulfil, it is important for dog …

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