This survey gives all users of measurement technology the opportunity to specify their requirements for testing and inspection - and thereby to directly influence the further development of measurement data acquisition systems.
Marlboro, MA (Vocus) July 2, 2010
What will the measurement technology of the future look like? In the new online survey, users from around the world have the opportunity to air their point of view.
Requirements for modern measurement data acquisition systems are increasing. This international online survey now gives all users of measurement technology the opportunity to specify their requirements for testing and inspection - and thereby to directly influence the further development of measurement data acquisition systems.
Thanks to the global perspective, but also the extremely technical orientation, the new online survey can become a global trend barometer for the further development of measurement technology.
The survey consists of 15 technical questions, including questions about the acquired physical parameters, the interface types used and the expandability of a measurement data acquisition system.
Participation in this survey is anonymous. In addition, all U.S. participants have the opportunity to win an Amazon Kindle Wireless Reading Device (retail value $189). Participants can also take the opportunity, once the survey is complete, to receive our focused email newsletters which will keep them informed about interesting new products and the latest technical articles about measurement technology topics.
The initiator of this action is the measurement technology manufacturer HBM, the global technology leader in measurement data acquisition systems, transducer and measurement technology software. During its entire 60 years of company history, HBM has always focused on an intensive exchange between users and manufacturer. This survey therefore continues the tradition of a cooperative, market-oriented development philosophy.