Data Acquisition: The Complete Guide to Better Measurements
Testing out a missile or a new jet engine can easily cost millions of dollars per test. Add in all of the engineering and design hours it takes just to come up with a prototype, and it's easy to see how the difference between a good sensor and a bad one can make or break a business.
This is why design engineers need better sensors and data acquisition systems. This equipment needs to be able to test and validate products, enabling:
- Quicker product development/production
- Higher test accuracy and reliability
- Enhanced cost savings from fewer expensive tests
- Easy regulatory compliance
This guide covers why data acquisition is so important, how signal integrity and enhanced synchronization lead to higher quality data, and what kinds of equipment are best for improving data acquisition.