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Stryker Chooses Wineman Technology for Medical Device Test Equipment and Software
Date:11/13/2012

deal for medical device development testing as it adapts to the iterative changes associated with product design and development.

'Test Regulation Over Networks' Software Framework for Test Platform Integration
Built on LabVIEW, 'Test Regulation Over Networks' is a software communications framework developed by Wineman Technology for Stryker's Instruments Division Test Lab that uses Ethernet to decouple specific hardware control and data acquisition functions from the user-interface in test systems. This decoupling approach provides a more distributed, modular, scalable, and flexible software framework that result in less required time and effort to develop specific test solutions. This new framework allows for easy communication between any LabVIEW controlled and monitored equipment in the test lab.

"Wineman Technology is honored to have been chosen by Stryker to develop their next-generation test platform and communications framework," said Jim Wineman, CEO of Wineman Technology. "We're thrilled to be turning their concepts of each into reality."

About Wineman Technology
Established in 1991, Wineman Technology, Inc. specializes in providing technical solutions for a wide range of test applications, such as dynamometer systems, servo-hydraulic systems, real-time controllers and data acquisition, hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems, and custom testing machines. Unlike other companies where test plays a partial role, Wineman Technology's singular focus is the design and development of test equipment for advanced research
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