Measurement Studio is the only suite of tools designed for building professional engineering applications in Visual Studio 2012/2010/2008 to acquire, analyze, and display measurement data. It offers extensible measurement classes and UI controls for Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows, and Web Forms to help you design an end-to-end test or measurement system in Visual Basic .NET and Visual C#.
Explore the main features of Measurement Studio below.
Use graphs, charts, gauges, knobs, meters, and LEDs that are designed for engineering applications and are compatible with hardware-acquired data types.
Choose from a full suite of WPF controls to create a sophisticated, resolution-independent user experience.
Use Measurement Studio component base classes as a foundation and then inherit from and extend them to create customized classes.
Quickly configure control properties with design-time smart tags and bind control values or properties to a .NET data source.
Add custom information to acquired data by using the fastest and most flexible format for storing measurement data to disk, TDMS.
Publish data instantly across the network or perform post-processing and report generation in Excel or NI DIAdem.
Access over 500 engineering functions such as frequency analysis, curve fitting, statistics, and advanced math.
Perform inline analysis in real time on acquired signals without the difficult task of writing custom parsing algorithms.
Remove the complexity of hardware communication through high-level, intuitive, object-oriented hardware class libraries.
Interactively configure and generate ready-to-use DAQ code from within Visual Studio.
Get started faster with over 100 fully functional example applications and built-in project templates.
Receive personalized help from trained engineers to design, set up, and troubleshoot your hardware and software.
Call Measurement Studio .NET assemblies in NI TestStand and then gather and report test results. Use Measurement Studio to create the UI for your test system.
Edit and debug .NET assemblies from NI TestStand using Visual Studio with direct integration provided by Measurement Studio.