Test systems support from NI Partner of the Year*
*out of 500+ partners in North America in 2018
Local data-acquisition expertise. Michigan-based build capabilities.
Whether you have a bench-top experiment or need a full loading machine, the Certified LabVIEW Architects in North Carolina help lab managers and test engineers select instrumentation, write test-controller software, and maintain fielded systems in 3 important ways:
1. Source code. If your team is familiar with LabVIEW, you will have the ability in-house to make software modifications to your custom test controller.
2. Common test platform. We've spent 1,000 hours just getting our Raleigh LabVIEW framework ready for your project. Benefit from integration with the latest standard products from National Instruments and modular design conventions which are compliant with automotive and aerospace best-practices.
3. TestScript. It is typical for custom, on-the-fly sequencing challenges to surface down the road, so the Raleigh team has invented TestScript, the world's only bi-directional Python-LabVIEW connector. TestScript will allow you to control your LabVIEW application from a simple scripting interface. And the best part? It's free for everyone.
Are you worried about missing your timeline due to limited resources, frustrated that your test equipment is outdated and unreliable, or sense your team isn't testing as thoroughly as they should?
If you talk about these kinds of concerns internally, you're not alone. The good news is that getting you the help you need may not cost as much as you might think. We've set WTI pricing to reflect common loaded engineering rates to lower your risk and make working with us cost comparable to your internal technical staff. We exist to be an extension of your team.
Here are three practical reasons why managers have chosen to deploy WTI since 1991:
Discover why people switch to WTI every year by scheduling a call with a field applications specialist:
Test system designs by WTI typically include leading-edge data acquisition, real-time, and FPGA technologies from National Instruments such as cDAQ, cRIO, and PXI. This way your test system will delivery the measurement accuracy and product test insight that other customers have achieved through projects like these: