BOULDER, COLORADO, June 10, 2010 – Stratom, Inc. announces their successful promotion to a Certified National Instruments Alliance Partner. In conjunction with Stratom’s participation in the internationally recognized NI Alliance Partner program, Stratom Senior Controls Engineer Tim Kelly has recently qualified as a Certified NI LabVIEW Developer for programming using this leading graphical system design tool. Stratom will leverage the NI relationship to further enhance capabilities, product offerings and value added integration services. Stratom’s profile and capabilities can be viewed in the NI Alliance Directory.
“The NI Alliance Partner program has presented an excellent opportunity for our company, specifically in our core technology areas of advanced robotics, unmanned systems, and embedded control systems,” says Mark Gordon, President and CEO of Stratom. “We see our relationship with National Instruments to be a key building block in our technology development and value integration services. They are a world-class company that has consistently provided Stratom with world-class products and support.”
In August of 2010, Stratom Robotics Engineer Dr. Cory Dixon will speak at NIWeek, August 3 to 5, 2010 in Austin, Texas, regarding Stratom’s use of LabVIEW and the NI CompactRIO in the development of the Automated Aircraft Ground Refueling project. The project focuses on the development of robotic vision systems and controls in order to provide advanced autonomous solutions for refueling aircraft. Additionally, Dr. Dixon is pursuing his Certified LabVIEW Programmer Qualification to bring additional strength to the Stratom development team.
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