Posts Tagged ‘example’

Dajac Goes for a Ride – Baja Style

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Taking PC Based Automation to the Extreme!

Taking PC Based Automation to the Extreme!

Being headquartered near Indianapolis, it’s only fitting that Dajac be involved with racing. However, this will be a much different experience than the well controlled conditions at the Indianapolis Speedway. This year, Dajac’s Expert I/O 1000 will be put to the test in the rough and dirty Baja 1000 on the Baja peninsula November 17th through the 21st.


PC Automated Pressure Measurements

Friday, October 23rd, 2009

Pressure Cooker

Pressure Cooker

One of the vivid memories from my childhood is working in the garden picking vegetables. We lived on a farm and it was common to have a big garden. My mother would can all types of food, such as tomatoes, pickles and green beans. Part of this canning process involved boiling the jars of food in a pressure cooker. The release valve, with its hot hissing steam escaping, always intrigued me.

Canning food in the kitchen is a relatively simple process and easily controlled by the cook, but there are many other applications where it makes sense to automate the process. (more…)

Between Mac and PC: The Expert I/O API

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

Mac vs PC

Mac vs PC

PC based automation doesn’t need to be difficult. Some application user interfaces are terribly complicated and take forever to learn. Often, even the simple interfaces prove difficult because they make some features impossible to use so that other features are simple.

I see this all the time in products. The Mac vs PC battle (which is really Apple vs Microsoft) is a perfect example. (more…)

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