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Vote on NI Technical Symposium Sessions Detroit 2009

NI wants Michigan User Group's Vote!!

I created a poll on the SEMLUG Website on the posible sessions that could be presented at this year Technical Symposium on November 5.  The top 2 will be presented at this year's Tech Symposium.

11/05/2009 | 08:00 a.m.- 04:30 p.m.
Embassy Suites - Livonia (Detroit)
19525 Victor Parkway
LIVONIA, MI 48152
734-462-6000

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Deploying Text-Based Math Scripts to Real-Time Hardware
NI LabVIEW MathScript introduces text-based math to the graphical world of LabVIEW developers. Learn
how LabVIEW MathScript is revolutionizing the task of deploying text-based algorithms to real-time
hardware.

Effective Tools and Techniques for Managing Measurement Data in Your
Applications 

Explore NI data management portfolio tools for getting the most value out of test and simulation data.
Examine both existing technologies as well as new products and features introduced with NI LabVIEW
2009. Also learn about best practices for integrating a data management solution in your applications as
well as for accessing, trending, and analyzing your test data.

Introduction to the NI Real-Time Hypervisor: Run Windows and
LabVIEW Real-Time in Parallel on the Same Controller

Learn how you can use the new NI Real-Time Hypervisor to incorporate real-time processing and a GUI
on the same controller, and take advantage of Windows OS services for your NI LabVIEW Real-Time test
and control applications. Also discover ways to partition devices between OSs and communicate via
virtual Ethernet.

LabVIEW Statechart Module Programming
Examine the NI LabVIEW Statechart Module, view a demonstration on how it further extends the
LabVIEW state machine architecture, and learn about new features to maximize productivity.

A Look Inside Windows 7, the Next Microsoft Operating System
Explore the new features of the Microsoft Windows 7 OS as well as the security enhancements and the
implications of a 64-bit OS. Initial Windows 7 benchmarks show faster USB data acquisition, file storage,
and multicore processing. Also discover the potential benefits and important changes you must consider
when developing test, measurement, and control systems on Windows 7.

New Programming Methods for NI CompactDAQ
Learn how to optimize mixed-measurement systems, such as vibration, temperature, and power, using
programming techniques in NI LabVIEW software. These new architectures, combined with LabVIEW
2009, take advantage of the multicore processors in today’s computers and make programming easier
and more intuitive. These techniques also show how to handle retrieving data from different modules at
different rates.


What’s New in LabVIEW FPGA
Explore the new features of the NI LabVIEW FPGA Module and discover how NI responded to customer
feedback with better compilation options, new FPGA IP, and more.

Understanding PXI RF Measurement Speed
Today, PXI software-defined RF instruments can perform many WLAN and WiMAX measurements five to
10 times faster than traditional instruments – why? In this session, look under the hood at some of the
core components of a software-defined instrument. In addition, see how factors such CPU clock speed
and the number of processing cores can affect your overall measurement time. Finally, walk through a
case study illustrating the effect of measurement time on overall test costs.

Dan Shangraw, P.E.




 

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