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Vernier Receives 15th “100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon” Award

100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon 2015 Award

Oregon Business Magazine named Vernier Software & Technology one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon.” This is our 15th year on the list, which is compiled by Oregon Business magazine.

The award is based on our comprehensive set of benefits, including health and wellness benefits, family-friendly policies, generous retirement plan, and a fun corporate culture.

Graphical Analysis 2.2 for iOS

We’re pleased to release the latest update for Graphical Analysis app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. The version 2.2 update is free from the App Store.

  • Support for Go Wireless® pH and Go Wireless® Heart Rate
  • New titration mode with table and graph
  • Rename experiments
  • Optimized for iPhone 6/6 plus
  • Improved accessibility
  • Speed and performance improvements
  • Fix for unresponsive keyboard when renaming Go Wireless devices
  • Fix for display issues when editing columns in manual entry (landscape)
  • Fix for invalid correlation values for linear fit

Graphical Analysis app »

New Go Wireless® Heart Rate

Go Wireless Heart Rate

Using our Go Wireless Heart Rate, students can continuously monitor heart rate before, during, and after exercise or while stationary. Data are wirelessly transmitted to iPad, LabQuest 2, or other mobile devices.

Go Wireless Heart Rate »

LabQuest 2.5 Update

We’re pleased to release the latest update for LabQuest 2. The version 2.5 update is free and recommended for all LabQuest 2 users.

New Features and Enhancements

* Older LabQuest 2 units (Model: LabQuest2) require Go Wireless USB Radio

Download LabQuest 2.5 Update

New Vernier Structures & Materials Tester

Dave Vernier

When Dave Vernier was a physics teacher, he ran a bridge-building contest every year, and it was a huge hit. It got so popular that it was difficult to test all the bridges. He tried every method he could think of to apply the force in a measured way. Nothing worked well, until he finally learned to use strain gages, and he built an apparatus connected to an Apple II computer to measure the force as it was applied by a jack. This experimentation was a key step in the start of Vernier Software & Technology.

Now that we are introducing our Vernier Structures & Materials Tester, it seems that things are coming full circle.

Vernier Structures & Materials Tester

The Vernier Structures & Materials Tester (VSMT) is the perfect device for all project-based STEM and engineering classrooms. Use the VSMT, along with the engineering design method, to design, build, and test structures, conduct bridge competitions, and investigate and analyze beam designs and material properties.

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