National Instruments launches Veristand 2012


Veristand 2012

National Instruments has released NI VeriStand 2012, the latest version of its configuration-based software environment with an open, intuitive software interface for developing real-time testing applications.

Engineers can use the new version of NI VeriStand to perform high-speed data acquisition and logging, and to find useful data faster during post processing with additional data logging flexibility. They can get up and running faster using new hardware configuration utilities and NI SC Express integration makes acquiring conditioned measurements easier than ever before.

“This release of NI VeriStand is the next step in our investment to provide a real-time testing platform that reduces risk and cost across a spectrum of applications ranging from embedded software validation to mechanical test systems,” says National Instruments Business and Technology Fellow Mike Santori.

“As the importance of software continues to grow in today’s products and systems, we continue to add new features to NI VeriStand to help engineers meet strict time-to-market requirements despite increasing test challenges.”

NI VeriStand 2012 is priced at $5025.

The features of the new product include real-time model execution from a variety of modeling environments, and open, extensible architecture to create custom code modules or incorporate custom user interfaces. It has built-in test automation using the Stimulus Profile Editor and is integrated with NI hardware I/O library, including FPGAs, embedded networks, machine vision, RF and a range of multifunction data acquisition modules including instrument-grade I/O.

Since 1976 National Instruments has equipped engineers and scientists with tools that accelerate productivity, innovation and discovery. Its graphical system design approach to engineering provides an integrated software and hardware platform that speeds the development of any system needing measurement and control.