Press Release Summary:
Equipped with filtering capabilities, DIAdem 11.1 is designed to manage, analyze, visualize, and report test data. Calculation Manager enables engineers to create custom algorithms and share them within departments and groups. Interactive program also features tool for converting CAN log files into TDM data format for compatibility across applications. Engineers can customize interface for DIAdem to match applications and utilize 3D contouring to display data.
Original Press Release:
National Instruments Delivers Advanced Data Management Capabilities With New Version of DIAdem
DIAdem 11.1 Adds Advanced Data Visualization and Data Management Features for High-Volume Applications and Large Group Development
AUSTIN, Texas, July 7, 2009 / -- National Instruments (NASDAQ:NATI) today announced NI DIAdem 11.1, a new version of the interactive software for managing, analyzing, visualizing and reporting test data that includes new features and filtering capabilities for advanced development and automated analysis. DIAdem is designed to help engineers make informed decisions and meet the demands of today's testing environments, which require quick access to large volumes of scattered data, consistent reporting and data visualization. With DIAdem, engineers easily can manage, mine, analyze and report on data collected during data acquisition or generated during simulations and provide consistent reporting and data visualization for applications in industries such as research, automotive, aerospace, environmental monitoring and structural test.
For advanced data analysis, DIAdem 11.1 adds the new Calculation Manager and filtering capabilities, which are useful for large group development and automated analysis. For applications with a high-channel count such as in the automotive and aerospace industries, engineers now can filter within the data portal in DIAdem to easily find and access the different channels in memory. With the new Calculation Manager, engineers can create custom algorithms and share them within their departments and groups to increase productivity and reduce errors.
For advanced data management, engineers can use DIAdem to mine, inspect and analyze measurement data to correlate tests and uncover results in the data. DIAdem 11.1 features a new tool for converting CAN log files into the technical data management (TDM) data format for compatibility across applications. Also, engineers now can customize the interface for DIAdem to match their applications and take advantage of new 3-D contouring to better display data.
In addition, NI DataFinder Server Edition 2.1, a valuable tool that extends test data management to large groups or departments and helps reduce errors and increase productivity across teams, introduces new performance enhancements. In the new version of NI DataFinder Server Edition, engineers can index and query their test data up to 20 times faster than in previous versions.
For more information about DIAdem 11.1, readers can visit http://www.ni.com/diadem.
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