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Ben Zimmer is President of Enable Training and Consulting, Inc. Enable's goal is to stand squarely in both the educational and high-tech worlds, providing LabVIEW training and consulting which is second to none.

Enable's online video-based training, combined with one-on-one expert mentorship is a magic bullet for industry professionals who need applicable LabVIEW training quickly.

Ben has 20 years of experience as a LabVIEW programmer, working in and providing consulting services to a variety of industries. Ben has spent the past several years focusing on the Automation industry, working on advanced systems and assembly lines, ranging from small to systems to $10M lines. This work included electrical test systems, motion, vision, data analysis, supervisory systems, and a variety of other applications. Prior to that, Ben managed the Reliability Engineering department at a manufacturing company, where he gained experience developing short term as well as life testing systems primarily using National Instruments Hardware, and LabVIEW.

Ben holds a Combined Honours Degree in Mathematics and Physics and a Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Waterloo. For the past few years, Ben has also been a Part-Time College Professor, teaching courses in LabVIEW, Electronics, and Signal Processing at the Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning in Toronto, Canada.



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