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Elvesys Designs the World’s Fastest Pathogen Detection Platform

Diseases like Ebola and influenza, and pathogenic threats such as anthrax, are a very real consequence of a growing and mobile world population. Today’s pathogen detection technologies require both time and costly laboratory equipment to achieve accurate test results. Using an NI USB-6003 low-cost multifunction DAQ device and LabVIEW software, Elvesys, a small, self-funded French start-up, developed the world’s fastest pathogen detection platform, buying treatment time for patients and minimizing further exposure that could lead to an outbreak.

Setting World Records in 5G Wireless Spectral Efficiency Using Massive MIMO

To address our rapidly approaching, hyper-connected future and the unprecedented demand on current 4G wireless networks, researchers at the University of Bristol and Lund University set out to test the feasibility of massive MIMO as a viable technology for 5G networks. Using the NI MIMO Prototyping System, the team was able to rapidly test new ideas on their way to implementing the world’s first live demonstration of a 128-antenna, real-time massive MIMO testbed and set two consecutive world records in spectral efficiency.

Smart Turf Harvesting Machine Boosts Productivity and Reduces Cost

Using the NI CompactRIO platform, FireFly Equipment was able to save hundreds of thousands of dollars in development time and simplify the complexity of an extremely advanced machine. CompactRIO controls everything in this machine–including 40 hydraulic valves, 5 axes of high-performance motion, over 150 channels of analog and digital I/O, the operator interface, and over 30 parallel control loops–eliminating the need for separate subsystems in the design.