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The OTC in Houston - Meet Erdos Miller at Booth #7125

This year’s Offshore Technology Conference will take place on May 2nd through May 5th in Houston, Texas. OTC started in 1969 and remains a great conference to access innovative technical information, make industry [..]
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We love LabVIEW.

I hate to say it, but I really do. Sure it’s not perfect for every job, but then again what programming language is? Graphical. Data Flow. Parallel. LabVIEW is perfect for what we do at Erdos Miller, and what we do is work [..]
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The Industrial IOT: daq.io and Platforms, Technologies, & Trends

Chris Conger, Business Development Manager at Erdos Miller, recently sat down with Peter Adelhardt, CEO of daq.io to discuss emerging trends in the Industrial Internet of Things (IOT).
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It’s the End of Days! (At Least for NI FieldPoint) Are You Ready?

In 2016, National Instruments is ending support for FieldPoint. In other words, FieldPoint software will not be compatible beyond LabVIEW 15 and hardware will be phased out by 2018. National Instruments will no longer sell [..]
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Building Test Systems: Where to Get Started

As products become more sophisticated, thorough testing has become critical to success. As a result, many organizations’ test resources have been stretched thin and they’ve been forced to adapt. A well designed test system [..]
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Four Best Practices For Updating Legacy Systems

Inherited legacy systems are often the type of thing that keeps engineers and managers up at night. Quite often this leviathan sits in some dark corner with a mess of tangled wires running about. You don’t know how it works [..]
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Integrating LabVIEW and C# 1

This article is intended to go over the very basics of integrating C# with LabVIEW. In this article we’ll go over creating a very basic C# class, compiling a DLL, and accessing that class from LabVIEW. We’ll be using Visual [..]
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An Introduction to WITS

What is WITS? I get quite a few emails from people asking simple questions about WITS, so I thought it was time to write a simple introduction. WITS stands for “Wellsite Information Transfer Specification” and it’s a [..]
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