Monday, February 11, marks National Inventors’ Day in the United States. Designated by President Ronald Reagan to coincide with Thomas Edison’s birthday, it recognizes the enormous contributions inventors make to both the nation and our daily lives.
It used to be easy to spot a car. Even with generalized characteristics, a car has a distinguishable look, sound, scent, and feel. Now, it’s different. At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 in Las Vegas, I discovered a “flying car” that looks like a helicopter, and a “walking car” that looks like a robot.
It’s time to get ready for the eventofthe engineering world! Thousands of engineers, scientists, and industry professionals willconvergeonAustinat NIWeekMay 20–23to discover new ways to improve productivity, accelerate development,and solve unique engineering challenges.
Tampering with a test station thatshouldalready be working fine is nerve-racking as wellbecausenoble intentions here could cause new problems, especially when insertion countsarelimited.This holiday season, we’re thankful there’s a better way
The latest LabVIEW NXG update marks our first ever release of the LabVIEW NXG FPGA Module, and we couldn’t be more excited about it. Check out the LabVIEW NXG FPGA Module features we think you’re going to love.
We've simplified some of the most time-consuming tasks in automated test and automated measurement applications like setting up and configuring the system, developing test and measurement code, and creating web-ready applications.
There are multiple challenges companies face while collaborating on the same project. See how your team can develop and deliver efficiently in LabVIEW NXG while integrating with your company’s development systems.
We’ve observed users struggle to keep their VI dependencies from getting cross-linked when going down this path, so we evolved the linker in LabVIEW NXG to prevent encountering missing dependencies at VI load time in the first place.
We've just finished curating the European student projects and wow... what an extraordinary set of projects! Each of these students has used their imagination, desire to help society, and NI tools to create something beautiful - an ingenious solution to a big challenge.
United Technologies Aerospace Systems develops a D3 (distributed, deterministic, and dynamic) test architecture to cover end-to-end program test needs from simulation through hardware validation and system-level flight certification.