Data acquisition & management

USB-based data acquisition solutions

06 December, 2007 | Supplied by: Keysight Technologies Australia Pty Ltd

Agilent Technologies has introduced new products to its USB-based data acquisition (DAQ) family of standalone, modular solutions, enabling users to create more flexible, scalable systems.


Students create bipedal, soccer-playing robot

09 November, 2007

Engineering students from the Robotics & Mechanisms Laboratory (RoMeLa) at Virginia Tech have developed a bipedal humanoid robot using the National Instruments LabVIEW graphical system design platform.


USB hub

10 September, 2007 | Supplied by: Targus Australia

The Micro-Travel USB 2.0 four-port hub from Targus provides extended accessory access for the PC user. The hub packs four fully operable USB ports.


Partnership integrates network, customer data for telecommunications industry

19 June, 2007

Agilent Technologies and Teradata have announced a partnership to provide business intelligence (BI) for the telecommunications industry by integrating network operational and financial data with customer information.


Collaboration to deliver advanced hardware and software products

18 June, 2007

Adaptec has extended its existing relationship with Intel Corporation to deliver advanced hardware and software RAID products.


Docking station

12 June, 2007 | Supplied by: Targus Australia

Targus Australia has released what it claims is one of the first docking stations to use one-touch ExpressCard connection, delivering transfer speeds five times that of USB (up to 2.5 Gbps).


Wind River acquires hard real-time Linux technology

02 May, 2007

Wind River Systems has acquired the intellectual property including patents, copyrights, trademarks and associated product rights for RTLinux, the software industry's only commercially-available, patented, hard real-time Linux technology developed by Finite State Machine Labs, Inc.


Two new options for network-enabling local or remote serial devices

10 April, 2007 | Supplied by: Inventis Technology Pty Ltd

The Multenet Serial Data Buffer connects to a serial port on devices such as PABXs and allows users on an attached LAN (either local or remote) to log into that device and retrieve the stored data. Based on the PocketPAD serial-to-ethernet converters, which simply stream serial data over ethernet (or internet), the Data Buffer stores and forwards serial data when a TCP session is opened with the LAN connection port, which means devices on networks where a TCP connection is not always available (eg, a PABX on a remote site where there is no LAN administrator monitoring the serial command port) can still have historical data captured and made available on demand very inexpensively.


Soanar Plus appointed reseller

06 March, 2007

Soanar Plus has announced its appointment as a reseller for the Australian designed and manufactured range of Synotronics temperature and humidity data loggers.


Remote camera power

04 December, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.braemac.com.au/

Phihong now offers a remote power solution that adds power to ethernet cables and separates power and data at the camera.


Serial communication products

08 November, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.ieci.com.au/showcase/hot_comms_products.asp

Interworld Electronics has available serial communication products for adding multiple high-speed serial ports to any PC, server, thin client, laptop, PDA or embedded system.


Wireless Modbus I/O pair

02 March, 2006 | Supplied by: Zigsense

Conlab has available the RT12-4411 iWireless I/O pair with built-in Modbus protocol and ethernet port.


Service camera

02 March, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.inline.com.au/

Inline Systems has released the battery-driven low-cost VIS220 Wöhler service camera.


The Netserver

01 February, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.mrutty.com.au/

Universally compatible with a wide range of active equipment and heavy duty servers the MR Netserver from M Rutty & Co is suitable for combining various brands and sizes of equipment into one system.


Software power

06 July, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.ceanet.com.au/

MathWorks has released SimPowerSystems 4, which enables engineers to use Model-Based Design to model and simulate electrical circuits and power systems within Simulink.


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