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HOGGAN Ergo to Debut New Software and Sensor at the 2010 Applied Ergonomics Conference
Date:3/18/2010

HOGGAN Ergo will introduce a Version 2.0 Software and a new 3-Axis Vibration Sensor for the widely acclaimed ErgoPak device at the 2010 Applied Ergonomics Conference.

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 18, 2010 -- HOGGAN Ergo today announced the launch of new data acquisition software and a new sensor, the 3-Axis Vibration Sensor, for the ErgoPAK Portable Analysis Kit. Designed as a complete toolkit for ergonomists and engineers, the ErgoPak provides the ability to test multiple factors simultaneously and collect field data under real world job conditions. These new additions will be debuted at the 2010 Applied Ergonomics Conference in San Antonio, Texas March 22 – March 25, 2010 where the ErgoPak will also be featured in an Ergo Cup Entry.

The new Version 2.0 Software will enable users to view real-time data feedback onscreen and to analyze test results during testing procedures. Analysis generated through the testing process will be able to be submitted to stakeholders efficiently and in an easy-to-understand format. By designing and introducing the 3-Axis Vibration Sensor, users of the ErgoPAK will have the ability to test vibration with accuracy. This sensor is ideal for measuring vibration from power tools, machinery and products. Captured and saved tests can provide information that can help identify potential hazards to exposure of the human body to vibration.

“The introduction of the latest version of software and the 3-Axis Vibration Sensor is a testament to HOGGAN Ergo’s ongoing commitment to innovation in the ergonomics market, said Ryan Dean Hoggan, Director of HOGGAN Ergo, “each of these innovations was driven by market demand from countless existing users of the ErgoPak toolkit.”

HOGGAN Ergo is offering its current users of the ErgoPAK a free software upgrade by contacting their representative or by emailing contact (at) ho
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