Prototyping Application Resource Kits

Publish Date: Dec 18, 2015 | 12 Ratings | 4.42 out of 5 | Print

Overview

The flexibility and productivity of NI tools have proven useful in getting a prototype working quickly – from medical devices to industrial machinery to automated test systems. The NI graphical system design platform, including LabVIEW and flexible off-the-shelf hardware, provides one of the quickest paths to a working prototype for any engineer, scientist, or academician.

Green Engineering
Engineers and scientists worldwide are using the graphical system design platform to make a positive impact on our global ecosystem. From the development of more energy-efficient systems to enhanced environmental monitoring and cleaner systems, several of today’s most pressing issues are being addressed through green engineering applications powered by NI products.


>> View a collection of tutorials, case studies, and webcasts – download the resource kit


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Medical Devices
Two opposing pressures drive medical device development. Producing safe, high-quality devices for patient care is a primary concern, but reduced development time is also critical to establishing an early position in a competitive market. By tightly integrating hardware, software, validation, and reporting tools, the National Instruments graphical system design platform provides the best solution for rapidly developing and testing complex medical devices.


>> View a collection of tutorials, case studies, and webcasts – download the resource kit

Robotics
Engineers, researchers, and educators around the world have used NI LabVIEW software and graphical system design to create robotics applications from academic robots to autonomous vehicles and fixed-base industrial robots. The LabVIEW graphical programming language has made it easy to program complex robotics applications by providing a high level of abstraction.



Industrial Machine Design
Today's machine builders are faced with designing increasingly complex mechanical and electronic systems to stay competitive. NI programmable automation controllers (PACs) are an ideal platform for machine builders who need high-speed control, industrial connectivity, and breadth of I/O.


>> View a machine design product starter kit with evaluation hardware and software

 

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