Data management software

  • 18-Oct-2010 12:54 EDT
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NI DIAdem 2010 from National Instruments is the latest version of the data management software that helps engineers and scientists better manage, analyze, and report on data collected during data acquisition or generated through simulations. With GPS synchronization, sound data playback, and increased offline analysis and reporting capabilities, NI DIAdem 2010's combination of features gives engineers and scientists the opportunity to increase the return on their data investment by reducing the time it takes to make decisions from data collected in automotive and aviation applications. To better understand measurements, engineers and scientists can characterize the effect of geographic or environmental context on data acquisition by synchronizing measurement and GPS data playback. For example, when conducting in-vehicle data logging, engineers and scientists can take the GPS location of the vehicle into consideration to understand what environmental phenomena, such as an elevation change or intersection encounter, caused the vehicle to decrease in speed.

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