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Energy Storage Research and Development:  Two New Case Studies

At DMC, we're happy to be working hard at the cutting edge of emerging Energy Storage devices. Many of the systems we've recently architected and delivered are world-class manufacturing test systems for Batteries and Smart Battery Packs. A...


RT-301: Capabilities of Distributed LabVIEW Real-Time

Eric Nielsen’s Real Time blog did a good job of hitting the major strengths and benefits of any system based on a controller running a Real-time operating system. Here I’ll get into a little more depth, specifically for the capabilities t...


DMC Volunteers with US First Robotics Competition

DMC was happy to be a part of the FIRST FTC (First Tech Challenge) high school robot competition here in Chicago.   John Sullivan and myself with Chris Weaver of NI braved the fierce field of competition to assist as, you guessed it, ...


Automotive Testing Expo 2009

Today I had the chance to peruse more cutting edge testing technologies at the Automotive Testing Expo 2009 in Novi, Michigan. It was good to meet a few new vendors and peers, as well as run into a couple existing clients. Though apparently smaller t...


Battery Power 2009

I'm looking forward to attending the Battery Power 2009 conference next week in Denver, Colorado. "This seventh annual event will feature more than 30 presentations on portable, stationary and automotive battery technology, as well as bat...


I'm happy to say the solution has been found for a frustrating Microsoft Word bug. Problem: Any Word 2007 document that uses Doc Variables will corrupt those values when the file is saved (yeah, nice). Anyone who has written custom macros that...


DMC at NIWeek 2009

Every summer, National Instruments holds the NIWeek conference in their home town of Austin TX. This year, DMC has three of us attending: Jesse Batsche, Eric Nielsen, and myself. Monday was “Alliance Day”, tailored to NI Alliance Membe...


Tips for CAN:  Dynamic Frame Definition with National Instruments NI-CAN

Back in the stone age (i.e. NI-CAN 1.2), us LabVIEW 6 programmers had to write our own parsing routines for dynamically-specified data inside a CAN frame. At the driver layer, we were locked-in to only one layer of arbitration. An oft-overlooked but ...


DMC Achieves Most LabVIEW Architects in Midwest!

DMC demonstrated our LabVIEW expertise again by receiving seven new certifications, including three Architect Certifications, putting DMC among the highest level of LabVIEW Architects in the country. With the additional Developer Certifications, DMC ...


DMC featured in Fermilab newsletter from National Instruments

Underscoring DMC's successes with National Instruments and the US Department of Energy, the Fermilab newsletter from NI featured DMC's work in electrochemical storage test systems at the Argonne National Laboratory. "Internationally r...


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