GPower: No Less than Three LabVIEW Champions

At GPower, we are not just one or two, but nothing less than three LabVIEW Champions! An appointment that emphasizes our LabVIEW skills to a great extent. In short, LabVIEW is a visual programming language from NI which is especially used for test, measurement, and control. We would like to congratulate Jesper Kjær Sørensen, who, among other things, want to create a LabVIEW network in Denmark. A network where you can learn from each other across companies and universities.

What Is a LabVIEW Champion?

As a LabVIEW Champion, you have been recognized by NI for application development, technical depth and breadth, and leadership and contributions to the LabVIEW community. In addition to being credible technology experts from around the world who inspire others to learn and grow with LabVIEW through active technical community participation and face-to-face interactions, LabVIEW Champions are also characterized by being positive contributors and part of the success of LabVIEW.

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The Only Danish Consultancy with LabVIEW Champions

In addition to being the only LabVIEW Champion consultancy team in Denmark, GPower is also the highest certified LabVIEW and TestStand team. An average that supports the fact that we can solve the most demanding and complicated software challenges within test, measurement, and control. 

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A Statement from our New Champion

“When I started at GPower back in 2017, my ambition was to become one of the best LabVIEW developers. There is still a long way to go, but I am enormously proud to be included in the LabVIEW Champions network. In addition to being a super cool network, it also provides the opportunity to engage in in-depth discussions across continents and cultures.

I look forward to helping shape the future of LabVIEW. There are some exciting initiatives from NI and the various LabVIEW communities, which include, among other things, expanding the teaching opportunities, promoting collaboration on open-source tools, and much more. This supports my work in the non-profit organization GCentral, where I am part of the board of Directors as well as GCentral’s Idea Exchange.

Soon, my goal is to create a LabVIEW network in Denmark with the aim of learning from each other across companies and universities. So, please let me know if you’re up for joining” – Jesper Kjær Sørensen.

Go to Jesper’s LabVIEW Champion Badge  



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