NIWeek 2017: Ryan Welker on being an NI Gold Alliance Partner

During NIWeek 2017, Ryan Welker sat down with NI’s Alliance Partnership team to explain ITM’s capabilities, partnership benefits and partnership program successes. This video contains Ryan’s description of the core capabilities that differentiate ITM from other Gold Alliance Partners and Ryan’s insights into partner interactions and benefits.

Visit iTestSystem.com for more information about our capabilities or email Ryan at ryan.welker@itestsystem.com.

ITM Presents Industrial IOT Edge Nodes at NIWeek 2017 Keynote

Watch ITM’s Ryan Welker on stage at NIWeek 2017 Day2 Keynote as he describes the advantages of using the new NI Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) technology embedded in the new CompactDAQ chassis (cDAQ-9185 and cDAQ-9189) and ITM’s iTestSystem software.  iTestSystem enables users to integrate these new devices into intelligent edge solutions.  Visit iTestSystem.com for more information about iTestSystem and Industrial IOT.

Save steam costs with new ITM technology – SFD

With steam costs reaching an estimated $5,600 a day — or roughly $2 million a year — for sootblowing operations in a single boiler, imagine the savings plant operators could achieve by optimizing sootblowing.

Sootblower Fouling Detection (SFD) is a new ITM technology for identifying when and where to clean boiler steam tubes.  Learn more about SFD by watching this video.

Webinar Video: ITM Shares MultiDAQ Configuration Tips

Our second monthly Webinar at ITM focused specifically on how to configure the MultiDAQ plugin for our iTestSystem software. Two of our engineers — Chase Petzinger, a software developer, and Todd Holtkamp, a field test engineer, hosted the free online demo on Oct. 2, 2014, to walk users through exactly how to configure ITM’s custom product when using National Instruments MAX hardware.

As you can see in the archived video, they also covered how to create a MultiDAQ session, how to create a task, how to enable synchronization, how to select specific hardware and channels to record data and, finally, they gave some tips for setting up file settings. As usual, we finished off the Webinar by allowing those who joined the GOTO Meeting session to pose specific questions.

Stay tuned for news of our next Webinar so you can join us live.

— ITM President Tim Carlier