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National Instruments DIAdem Cuts Cost of Test Data Management for General Motors Powertrain


Easy Access to Test Data Saves Hundreds of Engineering Hours

NEWS RELEASE -- March 3, 2003 -- National Instruments announced today that General Motors Powertrain, a global producer of engines, transmissions, castings and components for GM vehicles, has standardized on a data management system using NI DIAdem software. By providing access to several isolated testing stations with one standard data analysis environment, engineers now can evaluate test data from many of their remote labs worldwide, saving hundreds of engineering hours and cutting costs.

GM Powertrain engineers use the Technical Test Data Environment built by NI Select Integration Partner Quantum Controls to test the functionality of joined engines and transmission systems. This data management system uses DIAdem software to view standard reports and conduct detailed data analysis tasks for the testing of temperatures, pressures, RPMs, fuel efficiency and emissions.

"DIAdem is intuitive and loaded with many versatile features," said Dan McClung, vice president of Quantum Controls. "Using NI software, it is easy to create custom reports, support data mining tasks and automate complex applications, which saves GM engineers several man-hours and dollars per retest."

Previously, GM Powertrain could not benefit from the work produced in multiple laboratories due to incompatible data formats and local storage. Now, GM Powertrain engineers can access and analyze data from any location across the enterprise, using NI DIAdem.

Engineers at GM Powertrain use NI DIAdem to import and export data to and from multiple diverse data structures such as ASAM-ODS, Excel, SQL and binary formats. With DIAdem, GM Powertrain engineers have an intelligent database browser that scans the data directory structure and creates a list of all unprocessed data. DIAdem converts the local and product specific names into universal parameter names and then converts this data into standard international units. Engineers can use this acquired data to generate graphs and create PDF file reports that can be stored on an ftp server for easy access via the Internet.

About General Motors Powertrain
GM Powertrain is a global producer of engines, transmissions, castings and components for GM vehicles and other automotive, marine, and industrial OEMs. Headquartered in Pontiac, Mich. GM Powertrain has operating and coordinating responsibility for General Motors Powertrain manufacturing plants and engineering centers in North America, South America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region.

About Quantum Controls
Quantum Controls Inc. (QCI), a National Instruments Select Integration Partner, specializes in automated test equipment, machine vision and technical data management. The company primarily services Fortune 500 clients within the automotive, aerospace, consumer electronics, energy and life sciences industries. QCI services clients from R&D, design, prototyping, validation and manufacturing. QCI is ISO9001 and QS9000/TE certified and is a registered member of the Control Systems Integration Association. QCI's technical specialists are located in its corporate headquarters in Plymouth, Mich., and branch offices in Chicago, Ill., Houston, Texas, and Rochester, N.Y.

About National Instruments
For more than 26 years, National Instruments (http://ni.com) has revolutionized the way engineers and scientists work by delivering virtual instrumentation solutions built on rapidly advancing commercial technologies, including industry-standard computers and the Internet. NI increases productivity for customers worldwide by delivering easy-to-integrate software, such as the NI LabVIEW graphical development environment, and modular hardware, such as PXI modules for data acquisition and instrumentation. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, NI has more than 3,000 employees and direct operations in 40 countries. In 2002, the company sold products to more than 25,000 different companies in more than 80 countries around the world. For the past four consecutive years, FORTUNE magazine has named NI one of the 100 best companies to work for in America.