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DMC St. Louis: All Sandwiches Considered
Patrick Corcoran

DMC St. Louis: All Sandwiches Considered

DMC St. Louis recently unveiled its new radio platform: 90.7 WDMC. At the May 2018 all-company meeting, the first podcast from this NPR spoof station was officially released. What hard-hitting story did our expert engineers in Missouri take on? Of course, they fearlessly informed us of the newest developments in the great sandwich debacle. The podcast spoof was inspired by the St. Louis office’s obsession with sandwiches. At DMC St. Louis, a deep love for sandwiches is rooted in every i...

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DMC is Expanding to St. Louis
Patrick Corcoran

DMC is Expanding to St. Louis

DMC is proud to announce our next office expansion to St. Louis, Missouri. Further strengthening DMC’s Midwest presence, St. Louis offers the opportunity to reach many new market areas in the central part of the nation. We are excited to bring our diverse set of services offerings to meet new challenges and support more specialized market verticals.With a targeted official opening in Q4 of 2017, we have already begun supporting new clients and partners in the local metro area. ...

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DMC Hosts Chicago LabVIEW UserGroup Meeting on August 28
Patrick Corcoran

DMC Hosts Chicago LabVIEW UserGroup Meeting on August 28

DMC will be hosting the Chicagoland LabVIEW User's Group meeting on Thursday, August 28, 2014. Our agenda this year includes a variety of database and LabVIEW related material. We'll begin by discussing the challenges of data mining and the advantages of using databases. We will continue by providing a comprehensive look at Database providers and investigating LabVIEW Database Tools. We will wrap up the meeting with a few How To's and exercises involving guided walkthroughs. Aft...

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Creating a mOOnster: Practical Adaptions of LabVIEW Object Oriented
Patrick Corcoran

Creating a mOOnster: Practical Adaptions of LabVIEW Object Oriented

For DMC's 2014 Fed Ex Day, I spent time working on adapting the SEA Monster into a LabVIEW Object Oriented (LVOOP) format. DMC has, for many years, been developing a state machine architecture, in LabVIEW, well suited for industrial applications. By providing developers a framework of States, Events, and Actions, DMC has been able to deliver high quality solutions with minimized overhead of project configuration. Known by many at DMC as the SEA Monster, the DMC state machine is the culminati...

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DMC Hosts Chicagoland LabVIEW Users Group
Patrick Corcoran

DMC Hosts Chicagoland LabVIEW Users Group

Last month, on August 23rd, DMC played host to the Chicago LabVIEW Users Group. Over 40 attendees from the Chicagoland area traveled to DMC to participate in the event. The Chicago LabVIEW Users Community is a great way for members of the local NI technology community to network with other users, and gain insights on new applications and technologies being applied to industry. As this event was very closely coupled to the completion of NI Week, DMC hosts: Darren Jones, Eric West, and Danny&nb...

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National Instruments Real-Time Target Asset Management
Patrick Corcoran

National Instruments Real-Time Target Asset Management

As the popularity of modular instruments grows in R&D development spaces, National Instruments technology, particularly Real-Time and FPGA hardware, is becoming more and more common in volume test, manufacturing, and control applications. As the number of hardware products grows in a given deployment, so too does the task of asset management.  The aim of this discussion is to outline key questions that will be helpful in selecting and asset management solution for projects involving ...

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My First Impressions of DMC
Patrick Corcoran

My First Impressions of DMC

Big changes are never easy. Especially when it comes to work and where you live. After three years of experience at the DMC partner company National Instruments, I feel fortunate to have come to understand more about myself and my long-term career goals. I’ve also learned that I’m not suited to 110 degree summers. I cannot express how happy I am to have joined DMC. DMC fits perfectly with my desire to continue working with a highly talented group of engine...

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