Alliance Partner

GPower is the leading custom instrumentation builder in Denmark. We build applications and instruments to your specification that: Measures and stores signals (voltage, current, temperature, flow, strain, vibration, pressure, digital, data buses), Generates signals, Controls systems, Simulates equipment (HIL or software emulation), Extracts/Analyzes/Visualizes data from multiple sources (SCADA). Typical application areas: R&D, Production, Automation, Testing, Mobile equipment, Labs. Range of solutions: Software on your hardware platforms, Sub-systems (SW & HW) that plug into your systems, Turn-key solutions, Standard GPower products with market leading customizability and performance, Consulting: Technical courses, strategy & design, and manpower when deadlines are hard to meet.



Services Offered: Complementary Software, Software Consulting, System Integration

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Company Info


Established 2012


Years as Alliance




Top Industries



Industrial Controls/Devices/Systems


Top Application Areas

Data Acquisition, Generation

Embedded Systems

Test and Measurement


NI Hardware Knowledge

CompactDAQ/Modular DAQ Systems

CompactRIO/Modular Embedded

PXI/Modular Instruments



NI Software Knowledge


LabVIEW Real-Time







Address: Samsoevej 31 , Hinnerup, Denmark
Phone: +45-2970-8900




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Company Certifications

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Products, Solutions, and Case Studies




Software Products

Expression Parser

Convert math from text to numbers in your LabVIEW program at runtime. More than 260 functions and constants supported.


GPower reuse libraries

GPower reuse libraries add a variety of high-quality functions to your LabVIEW development environment. Array, error-handling, math, overflow arithmetic, timing, and VI registers to name a few.



Case Studies

InsightCM – Condition Monitoring

In 2016, Danish wind turbine manufacturer, Vestas, decided to upgrade several parts of their monitoring systems in their test center in Aarhus in Denmark with the purpose of analyzing and assessing the various components to see if they are running optimally. Specifically, they wished to upgrade a system, they use to monitor vibrations in transmissions and generators.


Simulation of wind turbines

Siemens has the need to test a lot when they develop their wind turbines. Since it is both expensive and space-consuming to have an entire park of wind turbines available and would be too dependent on weather conditions, we developed a wind turbine simulator instead that is less space-consuming and easier to duplicate than an actual, physical wind turbine.


Model-based test architecture

Danish power-generating solutions manufacturer, DEIF, had an excellent starting point since they used a standardized sequence-manager for their productions testing in form of TestStand from National Instruments. Besides test-sequences, TestStand is used to define a process model that defines the outlines for how a test should be carried out – what tasks to execute, in what order and under which circumstances. Unfortunately, this process model was static (in its construction) which meant a lot of work for DEIF when they wanted to alter the various outlines for their tests or wanted to upgrade to a newer version of TestStand. DEIF wished for a process model with a more flexible architecture.


Automation of tests

Manufacturer of dental equipment, Sirona, brought us this challenge: “We need to make the testing of our sterilizing autoclaves easier.” We solved this challenge by automating several tasks in their testing process. Not only did this automation reduce a lot of their time- and financial costs, but it also increased the safety of the testing process.



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