LabVIEW 2014: anywhere, at any time

05 August 2014

National Instruments has  announced the introduction of LabVIEW 2014 system design software with upgrades to help users more quickly acquire, analyse and visualise data sets. 

LabVIEW 2014 standardises the way users interact with hardware through reuse of the same code and engineering processes across systems, which scales applications for the future. This saves time and money as technology advances, requirements evolve and time-to-market pressure increases. 

 “Using LabVIEW and CompactRIO hardware from NI enabled one of the largest municipal distribution utilities in North America to implement decentralised and distributed solutions at lower deployment costs with reduced risk and time to market. This solution allows the customer to acquire, analyse and visualise data to prioritise projects that improve grid stability and optimise growth management,” said Bob Leigh, president and CEO of LocalGrid Technologies. 

LabVIEW 2014 also simplifies purchasing through the LabVIEW suites, which offer LabVIEW add-ons and complementary software specific to automated test, embedded control and monitoring, and hardware-in-the-loop and real-time test. 

In addition, LabVIEW 2014 provides access to acquisition hardware, such as the 4-slot CompactDAQ system and CompactRIO system, software-designed instruments such as the PXI Express 8-channel high-resolution oscilloscope and the software-based VirtualBench all-in-one instrument. 

The latest version of LabVIEW includes 13 user-driven features to optimise coding productivity, expanded online training for LabVIEW RIO applications included with active software service and new tools from the LabVIEW Tools Network, such as a the LabSocket System by Bergmans Mechatronics LLC. This system provides remote access to LabVIEW applications from desktop or mobile web browsers, without the need for browser plug-ins or a client-side run-time engine.

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