NI Introduces LabVIEW 2018 to Accelerate Automated Test & Measurement Systems

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 24 May 2018, 09:41 Hrs
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National Instruments (NI, Nasdaq: NATI), provider of a software-defined platform, announces the release of LabVIEW 2018, which integrates more third-party IP from tools like Python to make most of the strengths of each package or existing IP from their stakeholders.

LabVIEW has led the industry earlier in platform software for test workflows. With the newly released LabVIEW 2018, engineers can boost their innovation by taking advantage of new tools that simplifies system integration and grant more control through hardware accessibility. It is the latest edition to NI’s software-centric platform that features products tailored to needs within distinct stages of their workflow.

Chris Cilino, LabVIEW framework architect, Cirrus Logic, says, “NI’s continued commitment to its software-centric platform accelerates my productivity so I can focus on the challenges that yield the highest ROIs. LabVIEW continues to minimize the effort of adding tests and code modifications to our validation framework, delivering a consistent process to maintain our software and incorporate the reuse of valuable IP without rewrites.”

The new functionality in LabVIEW 2018 helps test engineers to strengthen code reliability by automating the building and execution of software through integration with open interface tools. With InstrumentStudio software providing an interactive multi-instrument experience, TestStand test management software handling overall execution and reporting and SystemLink software managing assets and software deployments, this workflow improves the productivity of test and validation labs across many industries.

Founded in 1998, National Instruments was set up to propagate the revolutionary Virtual Instrumentation technology in India. Consistent double digit growth and increased investments shows that it is a testament to the success after the adoption of Virtual Instrumentation technology in India. It believes in constant innovation and invests 16 percent of the annual revenue in R&D.

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