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ITM Starts Free iTestSystem Webinar Series

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iTestSystem is ITM’s structural data acquisition and analysis software.  We are starting an online iTestSystem Webinar Series.  The goal for this series of webinars is to introduce iTestSystem’s capabilities to new users and refresh experienced users’ application fluency.

Come join us online for the inaugural iTestSystem Webinar: General Overview and Applications.  In this webinar Chase Petzinger and Mark Yeager will introduce the iTestSystem Software platform’s capabilities and discuss the types of applications where it can be applied.

iTestSystem Webinar: iTestSystem General Overview and Applications

When: March 28th, 2017 @ 11:00 EST

Where: Online Meeting*

*Register now while space is still available.

 

Register for this iTestSystem Webinar

 

Join ITM’s Nov. 20 MultiDAQ Plugin Webinar

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Whether you are a seasoned user of Integrated Test & Measurement’s MultiDAQ plugin for iTestSystem software or if you have never used the product, our next Webinar will allow you to pick up some simple tricks as well as understand the latest features.

Join Chase Petzinger, an ITM software developer, and Todd Holtkamp, an ITM field test engineer, as they host the third in a series of free online demonstrations via GoTo meeting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20. The previous session focused on MultiDAQ configuration tips. View the archived video.

The Nov. 20 Webinar, titled “Running MultiDAQ,” will last 10 to 15 minutes with 15 minutes of Q&As to follow. Those interested in attending should email Petzinger.

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