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August 15, 2018

Aircuity announces enhancements to Aircuity 2.0’s MyAircuity web app

This most recent release also included both features and enhancements made to the Aircuity Engineering Tool; the proprietary software used by engineers to design the Aircuity system.

SICK introduces TDC-E Telematic Data Collector
July 24, 2018

SICK introduces TDC-E Telematic Data Collector

The TDC gateway systems from SICK are used to collect, analyze, store, and transmit sensor data in mobile and stationary applications

Kistler announces KiDAQ data acquisition system
May 02, 2018

Kistler announces KiDAQ data acquisition system

KiDAQ is modularly designed and so can be configured to suit any customer requirement or application, thus permitting deployment in a variety of applications. Depending on the application sector, measurement technicians and engineers can choose from a range of versions.

ITTIA partners with TQ Group to create hardware and database software solution.
February 19, 2018

ITTIA partners with TQ Group to create hardware and database software solution.

Designed for scalability, ITTIA DB SQL and the TQ Group ARM architecture platforms enable manufacturers to build a range of devices that are empowered to manage and connect data in industrial automation, automotive, smart metering, and more.

NI introduces FieldDAQ data acquisition devices
December 13, 2017

NI introduces FieldDAQ data acquisition devices

NI’s FieldDAQ are designed to acquire reliable measurements in the severe test cell and outdoor environments, including rain, sleet, snow or mud. FieldDAQ devices have an ingress protection rating up to IP67 (dust and water resistant), can operate in -40 °C to 85 °C environments and can sustain 100 g shock and 10 g vibration.

Sixgill introduces Sixgill Sense 2.0 sensor data services platform
October 20, 2017

Sixgill introduces Sixgill Sense 2.0 sensor data services platform

Nearly all industries need task-specific applications to manage torrents of new sensor data and exploding numbers of connected assets that comprise IoE, including people, places and things.