What Is the LabVIEW Mobile Module?
Use the LabVIEW Mobile Module to develop applications for the latest handheld devices and smartphones. You can create portable measurement systems that analyze and display data using USB DAQ devices. You also can take advantage of existing wireless technologies to interface with GPIB instrumentation and easily control remote targets such as NI Compact FieldPoint and CompactRIO.
Learn More about the Mobile Module
View this tutorial for an overview on how to develop a LabVIEW application for your Windows Mobile handheld device. Learn how to setup a project and configure build specifications to deploy your application.
Learn how mobile devices running LabVIEW can take advantage of wireless technologies to provide portable solutions for interfacing with hardware like NI Compact FieldPoint or CompactRIO.
Read how to use industrialized handhelds from Juniper Systems for rugged mobile test instruments.
Use your handheld device to wirelessly control and view data from a GPIB instrument.
Mobile User Solutions
Discover how Mink Hollow Systems developed a portable, noninvasive instrument for first responders to assess a patient's neurological condition and provide early detection of traumatic brain injury (TBI) as well as diagnosis and differentiation of stroke.
View how a portable device was used to measure, display, and store physiological parameters, such as electrocardiogram (ECG) signals, and transfer them over a wireless connection.
Learn how to use LabVIEW Mobile Module and RS232 communication for monitoring incubator temperatures that are received through the RF sensor network.