I recently received an email from a potential system integrator customer that wanted to see how the Canary data historian and trending software would meet their client's needs. After addressing all concerns, I thought it would be worthwhile to share as it demonstrates how well the Canary system works in comparison to other products like Pi, GE, or Rockwell software.
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Ed Stern, Vice President of Canary Labs, gives some insight on his past experiences and how they have affected his work ethic and productivity. While travelling across the United States on bike, Ed learned some tremendous, yet simple, lessons that would play into his future career.
Gary Stern, President of Canary Labs and our most experienced engineer, had the opportunity to be an intern for Grace Hopper in the summer of 1976. He wrote code for mini-computers which were "cheaper" at that time, around $200,000 rather than a $1 million for a regular computer. The mini-computer was the size of a single equipment rack. Gary worked on a COBOL compiler for these mini computers.