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.
For the past 35 years, LabVIEW has been engineers’ tool of choice for developing automated test systems. From performing a simple voltage measurement to advancing space missions, discover how LabVIEW can advance your next project:
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:
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Recommended for applications that require hardware automation, data analysis, automated reporting, and remote access to test.
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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.
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 2021 aims to continuously boost your productivity with new features that improve interoperability with Python and MATLAB, developing Real-Time and FPGA applications, and software engineering. Additionally, this release includes enhancements in block diagram wiring and front panel visualizations plus preventing automatic application execution.