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The team's formula is "keep it simple and focus on what is needed." Programming is done utilizing C# and Basic Language, using RS232, USB, GBIP, etc., to communicate to test instruments, read back the test data, analyze data, transmit the test results to the terminal and then store the test results in the network database.
Plus 4 Architects of Indianapolis transformed 55,000 square feet of abandoned manufacturing space into five collaborative teaming environments for the Global Business Integration Project (GBIP), in addition to the central space referred to as the Orange Grove.
RS-232 and I/O interfaces are standard; GBIP is optional.