You can develop and deploy your embedded system faster using the SOM. Save time, effort, and risk with a SOM based on the powerful Zynq SoC in a small form factor, complete with a ready-to-run Linux-based real-time OS, validated drivers, and productive development and deployment software.
You can use the LabVIEW FPGA Module to program the FPGA of any CompactRIO Controller. The module provides a graphical alternative to HDL that simplifies I/O interfacing and data communication and eliminates the need to define complex timing constraints and place and route settings.
You can build applications on NI Linux Real-Time, which combines openness with determinism. With this flexibility, you can program the SOM in various languages or extend its capabilities with third-party packages. Also achieve tighter timing for control loops or operations with a validated deterministic OS.
With the SOM, you can focus on your differentiating IP by outsourcing low-level engineering tasks associated with complex board design. Several business considerations such as cost, time to market, and opportunity cost factor into the decision to use a rugged, customizable commercial off-the-shelf solution.
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Learn About the LabVIEW RIO Evaluation Kit
You can try the CompactRIO platform with this evaluation kit, which uses the same reconfigurable I/O (RIO) architecture across packaged controllers, single-board controllers, and SOMs.
Introduction to the LabVIEW FPGA Module
Discover the benefits of FPGA-based hardware and how LabVIEW is uniquely suited for FPGA programming due to the dataflow paradigm and inherent parallelism.
VIEW THE WEBCAST
Combines a processor running NI Linux Real-Time, a programmable FPGA, and modular I/O with vision, motion, and display capabilities.
CompactRIO Single-Board Controller
Combines an ARM processor, the NI Linux Real-Time OS, a programmable Xilinx FPGA, memory, analog and digital I/O, ports for processor peripherals, and a high-density connector for custom daughterboards.
Development software that uses graphical programming to make it easier to visualize and code test, measurement, and control applications.