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Wineman Technology Named Finalist for NI 2014 Alliance Partner of the Year

Gold Level NI Alliance Partner honored for advancing NI's graphical system design approach and use of LabVIEW in real-time test

AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- NIWeek – Wineman Technology, Inc., an international provider of top solutions for test applications and Gold Level NI Alliance Partner, announced today that it was named a finalist for NI 2014 Alliance Partner of the Year. Wineman Technology was recognized at the 2014 Alliance Partner and LabVIEW Tools Network awards luncheon, an event held in conjunction with NIWeek 2014, the worldwide graphical system design conference hosted by NI from August 4-7, 2014, at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas.

"Through their domain expertise and product add-ons, NI Alliance Partners are uniquely equipped to solve some of the world's greatest engineering challenges using NI's graphical system design approach," said Armando Valim, NI Alliance Partner Program Manager. "Wineman Technology has greatly advanced the use of LabVIEW-based systems for test automation and real-time control, especially in test cell applications such as dynamometer and servo-hydraulic test systems."

As the originator of VeriStand, a software environment for real-time test applications, Wineman Technology has been an active Alliance Partner for more than 2 decades. The company has previously received honors such as LabVIEW Tools Network Product of the Year for INERTIA™, a software add-on for VeriStand that provides an integrated control and data acquisition solution for test cell applications; a LabVIEW Achievement Award for Green Engineering Application of the Year; a LabVIEW Achievement Award as a finalist in the Transportation category and finalist in Machine Control & Monitoring; and a Service Achievement Award for outstanding performance as an NI Alliance Partner for over 20 years.

The latest Wineman Technology solutions will be displayed on the expo hall floor in the NI LabVIEW Tools Network Pavilion and Booth 218.

Demonstrating INERTIA in the NI LabVIEW Tools Network Pavilion
Wineman Technology will demonstrate a working structure test system which utilizes INERTIA and NI VeriStand in the NI LabVIEW Tools Network Pavilion, a new pavilion where visitors can explore cutting-edge technologies that expand the power of LabVIEW graphical system design software and NI modular I/O hardware.

Additionally, Wineman Technology will preview some features that will be available in the upcoming release of INERTIA, such as:  

  • Ability to restart a test from a previous stopping point
  • Version control for tracking changes in test profiles
  • Enterprise support
  • Numerous improvements in features and performance

Showcasing Latest Products on the Expo Floor
In Booth 218, Wineman Technology will display its latest products and expertise in test cell applications and test systems. Products on display include Dynacar electric, hybrid, and combustion vehicle simulation software, RAPID test cell controller and INERTIA.

Wineman Technology engineers have deep expertise in the design and development of test equipment for advanced research and development, functional test labs, and manufacturing production; they will be available all week to answer your questions or discuss test requirements, applications and needs.

For more information and to stay up-to-date on the latest Wineman Technology news, readers can visit the Wineman Technology blog

About Wineman Technology            
Established in 1991, Wineman Technology, Inc. specializes in providing the right technical solution for solving a wide range of test cell applications and test systems, such as dynamometers,hydraulic test systems, data acquisition and  real-time control solutions, hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems and custom test machines. Unlike other companies where test plays a partial role, Wineman Technology's singular focus is the design and development of test equipment and test sell solutions for advanced research and development, functional test labs, and manufacturing production. Wineman Technology's focus on test systems with a diverse range of capabilities enables it to deliver superior system reliability, serviceability, and support. To learn more about Wineman Technology, readers can visit

National Instruments, NI, NI VeriStand and are trademarks of National Instruments. Other product and company names listed are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies.

Customer Contact: Darryn La Zar, Wineman Technology, [email protected]

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