LabVIEW is a graphical programming environment engineers use to develop automated research, validation, and production test systems.
LabVIEW has what you need to build automated test systems, fast.
Zoom in and out on the block diagram. Save time with new usability improvements, such as Quick Change and double-click to wire. Track dependencies with JKI Dragon. LabVIEW 2023 Q3 is better than ever.
LabVIEW is available in three editions and is a part of the Test Workflow bundle, which scale in features and capabilities to meet your application requirements. Consider the Test Workflow bundle for LabVIEW and more NI Software. Licenses are sold as one-year subscriptions that include access to online training, degreed engineers for technical support, and software updates.
Recommended for building simple test and measurement applications.
Includes the standard capabilities of LabVIEW:
Save over 50%
Recommended for applications that require hardware automation, data analysis, automated reporting, and remote access to test.
Save nearly 60%
Recommended for applications that need test sequencing, more data visualization capabilities, and advanced analysis features.
Includes Test Workflow Standard Software, plus:
Every purchase of LabVIEW includes software services such as access to current and historical versions, technical support, and online training.
With your subscription to LabVIEW, you get on-demand access to LabVIEW Core 1, which you can use to learn the basics of how to develop applications in the LabVIEW programming environment.
To expand on the skills you learned in LabVIEW Core 1, you can also purchase courses individually using Education Services Credits or save money taking multiple courses with a Training Membership. The following recommended courses can help you learn to do more, even faster, with LabVIEW.
The LabVIEW Core 2 Course teaches you the basics of how to implement and distribute your custom LabVIEW applications.
Data Acquisition Using NI-DAQmx and LabVIEW helps you explore the basics of data acquisition using sensors, NI data acquisition hardware, and LabVIEW.
The LabVIEW Core 3 Course introduces you to structured practices to design, implement, document, and test LabVIEW applications.
The Object-Oriented Design and Programming in LabVIEW Course covers the fundamental concepts of object-oriented design (OOD) and programming.
The move to a COTS approach using PXI and LabVIEW was critical to this production test success at Philips. The combination of best-in-class modular hardware along with industry-standard software was pivotal to the millions of dollars and hundreds of hours saved in production test engineering.
Senior Manager, Philips
LabVIEW is the key for accelerating test. After selecting NI, with LabVIEW as the foundation for test, L3 has increased its engineering performance with improvements in development time, downtime, and code reuse.
Improvement in development times
Reduction of beta test downtime
Code reuse across similar products
L3 merged with Harris in 2019 and is now L3Harris.
LabVIEW keeps getting better. We’re excited to announce the release of LabVIEW 2023 Q3, which comes with exciting new features including zoom, access to JKI Dragon, and many more usability improvements.
Zoom in and out to up to 250% on the block diagram
Access to JKI Dragon for tracking and installing VIPM dependencies while opening a project
Quick Change feature for faster object creation
Four animation speeds of execution highlighting to choose from
Double-click gesture when wiring to create control or indicator
Faster rebuilding of applications and packed project libraries
The Test Workflow roadmap, which includes information about LabVIEW, gives you a first look at some of the exciting improvements we have planned for NI software. See what’s next and complete the survey to let us know what features are most important to you.