Archive for August 17th 2012
EDN - Our Edisons are alive and well at NIWeek 2012 | EDN
Notions of our best and brightest turning to apps instead of ‘real’ engineering were put to bed at the NIWeek Graphical Systems Design Achievement Awards.
LabVIEW2012 lets you create code faster and more reliably than before. There are so many great new features in this release, we broke them into two overview posts. We encourage you to share your thoughts about this version on the LabVIEW Idea Exchange.
Use iOS and Android mobile devices to view data on your desktop or embedded systems. The newest Data Dashboard for LabVIEW will soon be available on the iPad, too, and includes custom layouts and dashboard sharing.
An affordable training alternative that’s accessible 24 hours a day. Each course contains multimedia modules that cover the same topics as instructor-led courses. Complete with interactive quizzes and challenging exercises that help to test your understanding.
There are hundreds of built-in signal processing and analysis functions that you can take advantage of in LabVIEW, from Fast Fourier Transforms (FFTs) to statistical analysis routines. All are specifically designed for high-performance processing using both CPUs and graphics processing units (GPUs).
12 new features in LabVIEW 2012 are user-driven—culled directly from the LabVIEW Idea Exchange—and include block diagram enhancements and conditionally processed loop outputs.
Technical Data Management (TDM) technologies directly integrate into your applications to help you maximize your test and measurement data value. These include the TDM Streaming file format for data storage, NI DataFinder for data indexing, and LabVIEW and NI DIAdem software for data processing.