Archive for August 14th 2012
New feature in LabVIEW 2012: interactive control design and analysis tools with tight integration to simulation and real-time implementation. Read all about it here: http://bit.ly/N0MoLM
Listen to Manchester PhD students, Dr. Danielle George, Mr. Peter Green, and Ehsan Najafzadeh, characterize the limits of RF communication using NI LabVIEW and NI USRP on a Rolls-Royce aircraft engine.
See how the Leeds Mechanical Engineering team Prof. Martin Levesley, Dr. Pete Culmer, Barnaby Cotter, Chris Norman, and Dominic Clark are using Microsoft Kinect and NI LabVIEW to reduce the cost and accessibility of kinesthetic rehabilitation devices.
Listen as Stefanie Breyer and Tom Walling describe the new Stand-Alone NI CompactDAQ chassis. Going beyond simple datalogging, this new rugged chassis extends the platform to include powerful on-board processing and either Windows or real-time operating systems. This particular demo
Listen as Charles Schroeder,Erik Johnson, and Ian Wong, describe a brand new class of RF instrument. For the PC industry, Moore’s law has led to better performance, smaller size, lower cost and power, better integration with other devices, and the ability of the user to customize
Listen as Chris Washington and Stephen Barrett describe how LabVIEW and CompactRIO, combined with new Drivven C Series modules, can be used to measure engine conditions such as cylinder position, combustion performance, and power requested. Using these measurements, the software makes real-time
Listen as André Nobre and Mark Kubis of SERIS talk about solving the challenges of solar monitoring. They are using NI CompactRIO and LabVIEW to synchronize photovoltaic (PV) measurements across Singapore that predict how the weather can affect the solar irradiance on the solar panels.
Listen as Dr. Dave Barrett, Dr. Drew Bennet, Jaime McCandless, and Jason Curtis, talk about how NI LabVIEW and NI Single-Board RIO helped guide Olin's Sailbot to 2nd place in International Autonomous Sailboat competition.
The new NI PXIe-5644R Vector Signal Transceiver is a unique and compelling solution to our test time challenges. Because it features an onboard FPGA, we can control the digital interface to our chip simultaneously with the RF signal generator and analyzer. The DUT control and data
Listen as NIWeek veteran and co-founder of OptiMedica, Mike Wiltberger, describes the latest innovative medical device from OptiMedica based on LabVIEW and graphical system design methods. The Catalys uses R Series Multifunction RIO to control femtosecond laser assisted cataract surgery