Don’t Miss this Special ITC Short Course – “Sensors – Principles of Data Acquisition”
During the International Telemetry Conference (ITC) October 26, 2023 in Las Vegas, NV. John Moors, DTS Aerospace & Defense Applications Support Lead, is teaching a half-day course, “Sensors – Principles of Data Acquisition Systems.” Be sure to also visit DTS booth #901 at ITC.
October 26th | Thursday
Starting at 08:00am
Las Vegas, NV
The Horseshoe Las Vegas (formerly known as Bally’s)
This course provides an overview of the fundamentals of collecting data in flight test, from the physics of what is being measured through analog to digital conversion. Topics include: sensor theory, common sensors and limitations, shunt and empirical checks, data acquisition system features and functions, anti-alias filtering, sampling error, analog considerations of channel to channel time synchronization, grounding and shielding, and specifying a complete system. Compared to others, this course is more “analog” in nature, focusing on the physical measurement before data is formatted and streamed.
John Moors has designed, supported, and executed destructive testing and critical data acquisition for 12 years. After receiving a degree for both Engineering (mechanical focus) and Business & Economics at Lafayette College, Mr. Moors has studied human injury in various fields, including military and civilian helmet safety, automotive crash-worthiness, brain injury, combat vehicle underbody blast (IED) injury, and ballistics. His work in aerospace data acquisition has included support of vehicle structure/payload data capture and streaming. Mr. Moors is currently the Aerospace & Defense Applications Support Lead for DTS. He supports customers remotely and in the field as they prepare for ground-based, atmospheric, and space-bound missions.
Best Companies Group named DTS one of the Best Places to Work in Southern California
Join Us in Michigan for a Principles of DAS Training Event!
Join us at the DTS Innovation Room in Novi, Michigan on October 25th and 26th!