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Ensure Quality without Risking Timelines or Resources

Delivering quality products that meet required standards and regulations, on time and on budget, demands innovative and comprehensive validation testing. However, product complexity is increasing, and market windows are getting shorter. Validation and verification (V&V) teams must not only consider how to build systems, but also how to manage and repurpose them. They must collaborate across functions, share data and insights, and continuously improve their processes to enable the business to make better decisions and move faster.

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A Driven Approach to Modernization

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The combination of NI services and expertise generates a comprehensive analysis of the current state and needs to better provide an efficient and long-lasting solution to a lab’s most pervasive conflicts.

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NI Commitment

Drive Workflow Efficiency with Automated Testing

For decades, NI products have been used for validation tests. NI has been hard at work not only investing in more products, but also identifying common workflow gaps and building the products and solutions that can address them. Get ahead by partnering with NI to eliminate workflow bottlenecks.

There isn't another offering for the high sensitivity measurements that we do. If NI hadn't build these tools, we would have to build them ourselves, this would take years of effort. NI allows us to focus on what we need to do.

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Is Simulation the End of Physical Testing?

In this video, Barron Stone, Engineer and Aerospace expert at NI, answers that question and walks us through the benefits and limitations of simulation along the way.

How to Lose $50M in 50 Seconds

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Rigorous testing prevents catastrophic failures, helps identify fixes that ensure astronaut safety, and leads to new technical innovations.

Changing the Value of Test

Assessing V&V workflows and processes can identify small changes with a big impact, which means fewer tradeoffs and reduced risk.