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New DATS Hammer Software – Preview Available

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As mentioned in a previous post and in our last email newsletter (signup form on the right of this page) we are pleased to announce that the preview version of the new DATS Hammer Impact software is now available for download.

Eventually, this version will replace the existing hammer impact facility built in to the DATS Acquisition software, but for now you can run both versions side-by-side.

Read New Hammer Impact Software – Preview coming soon to find out what you expect in the new software. If you have a DATS Hammer licence and would like to preview the new software then head over to the Prosig Support Pages and download your copy.

We’d love to hear what you think about the new version so please email us at if you have any feedback or queries.


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Chris Mason

General Manager & Product Development Manager at Prosig
Chris graduated from Portsmouth Polytechnic in 1983. His interest in software began in the late 1970's when he spent his time typing in and debugging programs on a Sinclair ZX80. Chris is General Manager & Product Development Manager at Prosig where he does management things, leads the product development and works on web, blog, social media & marketing projects. Away from computers he can usually be found clad in lycra pretending to be a cyclist.

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