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EDAS was selected as prime contractor for the effort.  The project is the first major collaboration between EDAS and National Instruments who was selected as the data acquisition hardware supplier.

Dr.  Kurt Nichol, President and CEO of EDAS, Inc said “We are proud to serve our military by providing the most advanced technology available for testing next-generation propulsion technology. Our state-of-the-art software, combined with the NI PXI Express hardware platform will insure that the USAF will continue to lead the world in propulsion test technology. This contract is our first major win after becoming a member of the NI Alliance Partner Network and we expect many other customers will take advantage of this robust platform in the near future.”

EDAS and NI began working together earlier this year after several customers expressed interest in a more integrated approach to purchasing data acquisition. “The partnership between EDAS and NI is very beneficial for customers in this critical application area,” said Kurt Veggeberg, NI business development manager for sound and vibration and data acquisition systems. “With the expertise of EDAS in vibration monitoring of high-end machinery and trusted hardware from NI, this combination offers customers a solid solution with long-term benefits.”

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About EDAS

A licensed, professional engineering firm based in central Tennessee,  EDAS is a provider of high-technology engineering services, dynamic data acquisition with real-time monitoring, data analysis and archival products that benefit our increasing customer base, worldwide.

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