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Join us for the Smart Machine Revolution This four-part interactive webcast series analyzes the challenges machine builders are facing in the era of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and the solutions ...
RF & Wireless Virtual Series us.ni.com/rf-and-wireless-virtual-series
Learn how a modular, software-defined platform can help you reduce test time, increase productivity, and lower cost.
Fundamentals of Building a Test System Webcast Series us.ni.com/fundamentals-of-building-a-test-system
In this four-part, interactive webcast series, learn about key components to building test systems from start to finish.
Smart Machine Webcast Series us.ni.com/webcasts/smart-machines
Join us for this webcast series to explore the challenges machines builders face, learn about key areas of differentiation for smart machines, such as condition monitoring and integration of vision and ...
Configuring Vision Builder for Automated Inspection with State Machines Webcast www.ni.com/webcast/15/en/
This presentation and software demonstration present a few of the benefits of using a new tool in Vision Builder for Automated inspection, the State Diagram Editor. This tool adds performance benefits, ...
Vision Builder for Automated Inspection Interactive Demo www.ni.com/video/1033/en/
With NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection (AI), you can easily configure, benchmark, and deploy complete systems that address applications from pattern matching to code reading, and from presence ...
Introduction to NI Compact FieldPoint www.ni.com/webcast/583/en/
Introduction to NI Compact FieldPoint Overview   View Now (watch) 11 minute webcast Requires Adobe Flash Please disable your browser's pop-up blocker to view this content. This site uses cookies to offer ...
Learn Best Practices and Tips for Building a Full Test System us.ni.com/webcasts/test-system-best-practices
Learn Best Practices and Tips for Building a Full Test System This five-part, interactive webcast series covers the basics and the recommended process for building test systems from start to finish. It ...
Evaluating Test Management Software www.ni.com/webcast/4166/en/
Explore best practices for using a test executive within your organization to maximize resources and how to implement scalable test software architecture.
Considering Switching, Mass Interconnect, and Fixturing www.ni.com/webcast/4165/en/
Learn about the options for a switching architecture, mass interconnect, and test fixture to efficiently connect your device(s) under test and achieve better troughput from your test system.

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