MONTREAL, Aug. 12 /CNW Telbec/ - Global test engineering company Averna
today announced that it has won the inaugural Graphical System Design
Achievement Award in the category Industrial Measurements/Control, for its
entry "NI Technology Strengthens Unique Vessel Positioning System". Over
110 authors from 13 countries participated in this international competition
organized by virtual instrumentation pioneer National Instruments (NI) and
judged by a panel of 30 industry experts and 20 top trade publications.
The Graphical System Design Achievement Awards recognize the most
innovative user applications based on NI software and hardware. Averna's entry
highlights an automated vessel positioning system implemented for the
St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation, the first of its kind in the world
to be driven by NI technology.
"We are proud and honored to have earned this recognition," said Richard
Maltais, chief operating officer at Averna. "This award win testifies to our
expertise in creating innovative solutions for the most challenging
engineering projects in test and measurement."
The winning paper was co-authored by the St. Lawrence Seaway Management
Averna is a global test engineering software, solutions, and services
company. Averna's mission is to accelerate electronic product development and
improve quality standards for innovative high-tech manufacturers in
electronics, telecommunications, automotive, aerospace, and defense,
throughout the design lifecycle of their products.
OEMs rely on Averna to establish a global test strategy, to standardize
and streamline their test activities, and to deliver leading-edge test systems
designed in parallel with their own R&D efforts. They leverage Averna's
off-the-shelf software, instrumentation and communication solutions, and
on-demand engineering services to maximize the impact of test on product
success, from design to manufacturing.
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For further information: Sonia D'Elia, Marketing Coordinator, Averna,
(514) 842-7577 ext. 457, email@example.com; Source: Averna