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.
Health care is one of the biggest social and economic issues of our time. The need to assist an aging population has increased pressure on our limited resources for around-the-clock monitoring of health activity. Researchers at Coventry University and University College London used NI radio products to develop a truly innovative solution.
Global interest in small, multirotor unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is rising rapidly. However, the limited understanding of rotor-to-rotor interference effects is slowing down the development of UAVs with overlapping rotors. Fortunately, leading researchers at the University of Southampton are building a library of empirical data to drive future innovation.
Wireless engineers face a big challenge today. They must prototype next-generation wireless communications systems and increasingly connected devices in a more competitive and fast-changing communications industry.
European Microwave Week (EuMW) 2017, a six-day event in Nuremberg, will focus on the future of microwave technology globally and give us a better look at how this challenge is impacting the industry today and changing the way engineers work.
Look for the following topics at EuMW 2017:
5G prototyping: the progress we have made
5G continues to capture headlines as wireless companies everywhere take on the challenge of building a 5G wireless network. NI’s engagement with industry leaders in 5G prototyping has resulted in MIMO systems with world record-breaking spectrum efficiency, including one of the world’s fastest mmWave channel sounders.
NI at EuMW:We’ll demonstrate a real-time, 28 GHz, over-the-air prototype aligned with the Verizon 5G specification. We’ll also showcase an academic partnership enabling research on ultra-reliable, low-latency wireless communications for mobile video recording and broadcasting. Follow @NIglobal for updates during the show.
Sensor fusion test: a key part of the race towards autonomous vehicles
As automakers race to produce autonomous vehicles, sensors like cameras, lidar, GNSS, and radar are making automotive test much more complex. Due to the speed at which this industry trend is evolving, shows like EuMW help us keep up with the progress towards making sensor fusion test faster and safer. This is critical for automotive suppliers to remain competitive as we move toward more connected autonomous cars.
NI at EuMW:We’ll demonstrate an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) test solution, developed in collaboration with Germany’s ADAS IIT consortium, for short- and long-range radar at 76–81 GHz. The solution is based on the industry-standard PXI modular instrumentation platform. Using PXI’s timing, triggering, and synchronisation capability, along with instruments from DC to RF and bus interfaces like CAN, this system provides an ideal solution for testing sensor fusion. Follow @NIglobal for updates during the show.
Also, in the MicroApps theatre, NI distinguished engineer Paul Khanna will discuss high-performance test techniques for automotive radar sensors at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, 11 October.
Software: the solution for faster and smarter microwave design and test innovation
As wireless capability is integrated into a dramatically growing number of devices, manufacturers increasingly need to test larger volumes of connected devices. This makes it even more important to efficiently design, deploy, and maintain automated wireless test systems. Productive development software is key to achieving the goal of efficiently creating test systems.
NI at EuMW:At NIWeek 2017, we announced LabVIEW NXG 1.0, the next generation of LabVIEW systems engineering software. LabVIEW NXG accelerates automated test system development and deployment with these essential features: guided, instrument-specific examples; test and function reuse; engineering data exploration; ability to build scalable libraries; and remote result viewing.
This year,we’vecreated a series of new technical sessions focused onDesign and ArchitectureandSoftware Engineeringby partnering withseveralsubject matter experts and leveraging LabVIEW Champions inmanyfields and industries.