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IABG new National Instruments Alliance Silver Partner

IABG was recently appointed Alliance Silver Partner by National Instruments (NI). The NI Alliance Partner programme supports IABG’s customers in the sector of test stand construction and helps them to quickly access the necessary expertise with regard to consulting, integration and service offers. Customers can therefore trust in the fact that Alliance Partner und NI offer future-oriented state-of-the-art solutions based on regular information exchange and appropriate certifications.

 

As a technical service provider, IABG projects and implements test facilities at highest levels world-wide. When implementing these projects, flexible automation solutions are indispensable. IABG hereby uses NI products. Test equipment for vibration tests, HiL and system test stands for the development of mechatronic products, as well as testing equipment for the design of aircraft systems were recently automated on NI basis. NI, as a world-wide leading solution provider for testing, measuring, control and automation technology, hereby offers modular hardware platforms and system design software, allowing for higher innovation speed and simple integration of new technologies.


IABG can consequently offer its customers development, planning, setup and commissioning of sophisticated test stands from a single source. When it comes to development and coordination of testing methods, extensive fatigue strength experience of many years is hereby reflected in these test facilities.

 

“Thanks to the cooperation with IABG, customers in the sectors of aerospace, automotive and other challenging industries are able to benefit from fast solutions. In recent years, IABG has developed extensive expertise on NI products, paired with IABG’s core strengths: Decades of experience in the execution of the most challenging tests on structures, assemblies and component parts. We therefore gladly appointed IABG a NI Alliance Silver Partner”, comments graduate engineer Michael Dams, NI Partner Programme Manager CER.

08.08.2017