Teaching Measurements and Instrumentation
Through an understanding of measurements, students can visualize and analyze the performance of engineering projects and systems. Build a foundation for improved student understanding with an educational approach where students can easily acquire and automate measurements.
The complexity of the modern engineering laboratory requires students to build an understanding of signal processing, data acquisition, and sampling theory to apply skills to various electrical and mechatronics systems. Universities globally, including the University of Manchester, the University of Waterloo, and the Georgia Institute of Technology, are developing improved experiences for students to gain such measurement-driven insights with results that include improved student satisfaction and retention.
By integrating NI ELVIS into the exercise creation process and lab sessions, instructors streamlined creation of lab exercises, detected programming problems in a microcontroller lab course, and could visualize signals in the hardware debugging process.
With NI ELVIS III, each student can connect, experiment, and troubleshoot simultaneously on one device, spreading the work out and creating a true teamwork environment.
With NI ELVIS, educators can unite software, hardware, instrumentation, and control in a collaborative environment to prepare the next generation of engineers.
Begin to interface with sensors and actuators using these measurements labs for NI ELVIS.
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