The latest version of LabVIEW delivers speed improvements, development shortcuts, and debugging tools.
National Instruments says it continues to standardize the way LabVIEW users interact with almost any hardware through the reuse of the same code and engineering processes across systems, saving time and money as technology advances, requirements evolve, and time-to-market pressure increases.
“Using LabVIEW and the LabVIEW RIO architecture allowed us to reduce the time of developing and testing a new robot control algorithm to just one week, compared to one month with a text-based approach. We are able to prototype with software and hardware faster and adapt to rapidly changing control requirements quicker,” says DongJin Hyun, senior research engineer (PhD), Central Advanced Research and Engineering Institute, Hyundai Motor Group
LabVIEW has been used across a wide variety of industries to drive higher performance and product quality. LabVIEW 2015 further equips engineers with support for advanced hardware such as the quad-core Performance CompactRIO and CompactDAQ Controllers, 8-core PXI Controller, and High Voltage System SMU.
The product also reduces the learning curve for employing a software-designed approach to quickly create powerful, flexible, and reliable systems. With three application-specific suites that include a year of unlimited training and certification benefits, developers have unprecedented access to software and training resources to build better systems faster.
LabVIEW 2015distributors say it continues to accelerate engineering productivity with an impressive collection of features designed to help developers open, write, debug, and deploy code faster.
From performance to productivity to a growing ecosystem, LabVIEW 2015 delivers the tools that engineers need to get their job done faster.