Archive for the ‘labview_realtime’ Category

With time comes change and since NIWeek 2012 is fast approaching, new products are launching, and NI LabVIEW adoration is soaring, the LabVIEW in Action blog is undergoing a few changes.

 

LabVIEW in Action is here to serve you; the reader, the engineer, and the LabVIEW software lovers. So we want to take the time to learn what you want to read about most! Features on interesting and diverse applications will still be on the calendar, and we’ll always keep you updated on new events, but now it’s our turn to read about you.

 

What do you want to see? Cool hacks, fun engineering news, LabVIEW tips, viral engineering memes? Anything else? None of this?

 

Tell us in the comments below what you want to read about…we’re always listening.

 

 



NI LabVIEW is a diverse graphical system design tool, and people who use it are doing some awesome things. LabVIEW is used in almost every industry, and when it comes to the medical industry, nothing compares. Researchers using LabVIEW are making huge progress in their industries, and the latest and greatest from the medical industry is a cost-effective liver dialysis prototype for clinical trials.

 

 



 

 

 

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"The combination of LabVIEW and CompactRIO hardware significantly contributed to the deployment success of the prototype of our innovative liver dialysis therapy. Using NI technologies helped us deliver the first system within just seven months.”  Holger Chab, Hepa Wash GmbH

 

 

 

Researchers at Hepa Wash wanted to create a prototype that met performance and specification requirements set forth by the company, and achieved medical device safety under guidelines set forth by the International Electrotechnical Commission. Researchers used the LabVIEW FPGA and LabVIEW Real-Time modules with NI CompactRIO hardware to control the liver dialysis therapy prototype, as well as NI Requirements Gateway software to automatically create traceability documentation between requirements, tests, and design. By using all of these tools Hepa Wash achieved authorization for clinical studies within seven months.

 

 

 

>> See how using LabVIEW makes emergency room visits shorter.

LabVIEW user groups meet regularly to share programming techniques, application design patterns, tips and tricks to make NI LabVIEW work for you, and new LabVIEW technology, like the iOS and Android mobile apps released this week.

 

Sometimes LabVIEW user groups, like the Rocket City user group in Huntsville, AL, redesign LabVIEW to make it yummier than ever before. Nothing beats a sugar-loaded serving of graphical system design.

 



 

 

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>> Find a user group in your area (cake optional)