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For over 50 years, test engineers have been taking a PC-based approach to automating stand-alone instrumentation and they need to be able to meet future needs.
Much has been published on the death of Moore’s law. Though the more than 50-year-old observation is facing health challenges again, don’t start digging the grave for the semiconductor and electronics market.
NIDays 2017 brought together like-minded engineers and scientists from a variety of industries at a brand-new venue, Sandown Park Racecourse, Esther.
Acquiring accurate data during testing is fundamental, so NI has announced the rugged, distributed and synchronised FieldDAQ devices.
NI announced MAC layer support for its LabVIEW Communications 802.11 Application Framework.
NI announced the PXIe-1095 chassis, the industry’s first PXI Chassis with 5 W of dedicated power and cooling per slot.
Embedded systems are providing new levels of efficiency, performance, and safety to off-highway vehicles but engineers are facing significant challenges.
NI has announced a new PXI FlexRIO architecture that integrates mezzanine I/O modules with Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGAs.
NI has announced the release of the Data Management Software Suite, offering a complete workflow to standardise measurement data across teams, mine that data for useful information, transform the data through automated analysis and deliver reports with valuable insight.
NI’s Vehicle Radar Test System (VRTS) can be used to test 76-81GHz radar technology from the R&D lab through high-volume production test and from individual radar sensors to integrated advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
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NI delivers insights on top trends from machine learning and the Internet of Things (IoT) to 5G and the electrification of vehicles.
University of Bristol & Lund University are advancing 5G cellular networks to transform the future of wireless communications through massive MIMO techniques.
NI’s LabVIEW and CompactDAQ were used to validate enabling technology for the world’s most powerful and advanced plane engine.