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    September 23, 2018 - Version 3.0.0 of MICAS-X has just been released. This version is a free upgrade for MICAS-X 2.x license holders, and is written in LabVIEW 2018. Numerous improvements and new features are included with this release, including the CANBus Driver, the Web Page and WebCAM Instruments, and the XRT Sequence Display, which allows one to control and view Sequences running on an embedded real time target via MICAS-X-RT from MICAS-X ona  Windows host. The new Map Display shows color-coded data on a zoomable map, even when not connected to the internet, and is particularly useful for mobile lab applications.

    August 12, 2018 -  One of the groups OCC works with at the University of Colorado, run by Rainer Volkamer, is currently leading the BB-Flux project, an airborne scientific mission to further our understanding of the chemistry of wildfires. David Thomson of OCC wrote the software that the Volkamer group spectrometers use to acquire their data. Simultaneously, another project known as WE-CAN, is flying an instrumented aircraft directly through smoke plumes to make additional in-situ measurements of smoke chemistry. Numerous instruments on the WE-CAN C-130 aircraft are also running software created by Original Code Consulting, including the Continuous Flow Diffusion Chamber (CFDC), Single Particle Soot Photometer (SP2), and the Ultra-High Sensitivity Aerosol Spectrometer (UHSAS). News releases for these projects can be found here and here.

    May 17, 2018 - At the ALARM (Advanced LabVIEW Architects of the Rocky Mountains) meeting in Louisville, David Thomson presented on the new System Link Cloud tool from NI and how to use it to deploy WebVI's written in LabVIEW NXG.

    May 5, 2018 - At Original Code Consulting, we pride ourselves on stay abreast with the latest technology in measurement. In the photo below, one of our clients uses a digital thermometer to check the temperature of his experiment.