Cal-Bay Systems is a leader in comprehensive, automated test and measurement processes based on NI technology platforms. Recently, we have teamed with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) to provide test, validation, and measurement equipment for the US Department of Energy’s new Facility for Low Energy Experiments in Buildings, or FLEXLAB. The facility will provide researchers, manufacturers, developers, architects, engineers, contractors, and utilities the tools to accurately field-test innovations in green building technologies and controls.
“We're thrilled to be entrusted with a project so critical to our national interests,” said Guy Nunnellee, vice president of sales and marketing at Cal-Bay. “Our engineers have been collaborating with LBNL on an advanced system built around NI LabVIEW software and NI CompactRIO hardware that will ensure those who use the facility are working with the most accurate data possible.”
“FLEXLAB represents a big step forward in addressing key conservation challenges facing the building industry and our nation,” said Cindy Regnier, FLEXLAB manager. “These test beds provide a unique platform for studies that will streamline the development and production of highly integrated, energy-efficient building systems that far exceed current standards. Cal-Bay’s involvement has been instrumental to the success of the facility.”
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Cal-Bay Systems is a leader in comprehensive, automated test and measurement processes based on NI technology platform for mission critical applications, including Medical Device Test and Mil/Aero applications. Our systems are designed to test and monitor every aspect of your product life cycle – from incoming components through operation and conformance testing of the finished product. For more than 20 years, Cal-Bay Systems has leveraged deep experience in the medical device and aerospace sectors to develop a sophisticated suite of test solutions adapted to a broad spectrum of applications in clean energy, consumer electronics, transportation, power generation, and emerging markets.
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