Posts tagged as LabVIEW

Technology just keeps racing ahead

  Delivering  the keynote address at the National Instruments Technical symposia recently presented in Cape Town and Johannesburg, Stephen Plumb, NI  area sales manager EMA region one, highlighted the speed at which technology is racing ahead. Saying that the fourth industrial revolution is upon us, he referred to the application of NI’s continually evolving graphical […]

5G in the top five trends for 2016

  National Instruments has identified 5G as the top trend in its 2016 Trends Watch report. Delivering the keynote address at the NI LabView Developer Days held in Johannesburg on 6 July 2016, Philip Ehlers, area sales manage for NI said that 5G will undoubtedly evolve our wireless networks to heights never before imagined, but that […]

Technical symposium highlights current trends

  National Instruments held its 2016 technical symposium on 25 February 2016 in Midrand. The focus of the symposium was the industrial internet of things (IIoT) with the latest innovations from National Instruments in LabVIEW, data acquisition, automated test, and embedded systems. Through interactive presentations and application-orientated demonstrations, the latest advancements in design, research and […]

The future of instrumentation – the software-designed revolution

The role of software in test and measurement systems has changed dramatically over the past few decades. Today, software is the most critical core technology in modern, high performance measurement systems because it is the only thing that can abstract the fundamentally growing complexity of those systems. However, simply running software on computer processors is […]

The big data era demands more intelligent measurement systems

  As modern machines, vehicles, and structures continue to grow more complex, engineers require more advanced sensors, measurement systems, and data management infrastructures to stay relevant. For example, monitoring the Large Hadron Collider or a four-engine jumbo jet requires thousands of sensor channels that generate hundreds of terabytes of data. With a need for high […]

Upgrades to system design software launched

  At the annual NI week held in Austin, Texas during the first week in August, LabVIEW 2014 system design software was launched,  featuring upgrades to help users acquire, analyse and visualise data sets to make informed decisions quickly. The new version standardises the way users interact with hardware through reuse of the same code and […]