HBK consortium to debut new technologies

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Visitors to the Advanced Engineering conference will get a first-hand look at HBK’s range of solutions, for test and measurement engineers.

Comprising three specialist technical businesses – Hottinger Baldwin Messtechnik (HBM), HBM Prenscia, and Brüel & Kjær, HBK will showcase its market leading technologies. Among them is the HBM eDrive Testing system.

Designed for measuring electrical inverters and machines, HBM eDrive Testing’s revolutionary system acquires mechanical and electrical signals simultaneously, to help users analyse the electric drive and its losses in a few minutes, rather than days, ensuring optimization and increased efficiency of the drive.

Durability software experts HBM Prenscia will showcase the latest functionality of its full product range alongside the Advanced Materials Characterisation & Test facility (AMCT). HBM Prenscia’s nCode software enables test and CAE engineers to transform data into decisions.

These innovative tools offer solutions for digital signal processing, acoustic and vibration analysis, fatigue life prediction, durability analysis, engineering data management and reporting. Broadly applied across a range of industries, this software helps customers understand product performance, accelerate product development and improve design.
Sound and vibration specialist Brüel & Kjær will present its user-centric sound and vibration analysis software, BK Connect. Designed around the needs and tasks of engineers, particularly their workflow, BK Connect’s platform is suitable for use across many different industries such as aerospace, automotive and medical.

BK Connect fully integrates with Brüel & Kjær’s industry‐leading LAN‐XI acquisition hardware, to provide a comprehensive set of tools for measurements and data processing. It melds seamlessly into tailored workflows, over a wide range of engineering scenarios, from repetitive, standardized testing, to complex troubleshooting investigations.

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