Meet With Engineers and Leaders in Test
At NIWeek 2014, see product and industry experts share the tools and techniques that can help you build modular and automated test systems. Attend the LabWindows/CVI user meeting, industry-focused summits and sessions tailored for automated test to prepare you for the evolving challenges specific to your field.
• Request an invitation to the LabWindows/CVI user meeting
• Learn about the AT Summit at NIWeek
Poll: Developing Test Software?
A large percentage of LabWindows/CVI programmers are building applications for test. Tell us how you use LabWindows/CVI in your test application so we can better serve you with features that save you time and cost.
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Product Updates and Case Study
Redefining Instrumentation Through Reconfigurable Hardware
The world around us is software-oriented, and the way we interact with devices is changing. Devices under test are moving away from single-purpose, hardware-centric entities with limited capability to multipurpose, software-centric entities with endless capability. Why shouldn’t your test system evolve in the same way?
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New Solutions to Old Challenges in Automated Test
As a solutions-orientated services provider to the Department of Defense (DoD) community, CACI saw the need for a solution that can cover the test and diagnostics functions of legacy test equipment that is used to repair weapon system components in the depots. Learn how CACI developed a test system that can adapt to inevitable obsolescence issues, meeting the DoD’s needs in the near term and well into the future
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• Submit your own LabWindows/CVI application today
Integrate a COTS Test Executive With LabWindows/CVI Test Sets
TestStand includes features such as a LabWindows/CVI flexible module adapter and user interface controls that are specially designed to develop LabWindows/CVI test systems fast.
• See instructions in the LabWindows/CVI Community
Practical Guides for Building a Test System
Define a test strategy to reduce cost and maximize efficiency with best practices that range from software, instrument, and rack selection to maintenance and deployment strategies.
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