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Re-training programme for redundant engineers 06 July 2009

National Instruments UK & Ireland has announced a programme to support engineers who have recently been made redundant, by greatly reducing the cost of NI LabVIEW training and certification. For just £395, engineers can take two training courses and a certification exam (for example, LabVIEW Basics I & II, and the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) Certification exam, which would currently be a saving of over £1,800). ...

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Electronics and communications undergraduates to benefit from laboratory upgrade 27 April 2009

National Instruments UK & Ireland has continued its relationship with Cardiff University, with the School of Engineering refitting its Electronics laboratory with NI measurement and instrument control platforms. ...

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High-speed digitiser product line expanded 10 November 2008

National Instruments has announced the expansion of its digitiser product line with the introduction of three digitisers/PC-based oscilloscopes. The 500 MHz NI PXI-5153 and NI PCI-5153 and the 1 GHz NI PCI-5154. Engineers can take advantage of a complete line of high-speed digitisers – with 300 MHz, 500 MHz and 1 GHz bandwidths – for demanding automated test and streaming applications where high-bandwidth measurements are required....

Wimax toolkit for LabView 29 September 2008

National Instruments has colloborated with WisyTech on a forthcoming Wimax toolkit for the Ni LabView graphical system design platform. The plug-in toolkit extends the ease-of-use of LabView graphical programming to engineers and scientists developing Wimax RF compliant devices, semiconductors, base stations and customer premises equipment....

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Smart camera family extended 22 September 2008

National Instruments has extended its NI smart camera product line with the introduction of three products, the NI 1744, NI 1762 and NI 1764 smart cameras. The NI 1744 features a high-resolution image sensor that acquires images up to 1.3 megapixels. The camera can be used to inspect objects for smaller defects and make measurements with four times the resolution of previous NI smart cameras. ...

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Wireless and Ethernet devices offer remote measurements 09 August 2008

National Instruments (NI) has announced Wi-Fi and Ethernet data acquisition (DAQ) devices. NI Wi-Fi DAQ can be combined with the NI LabView software platform to meet wireless structural diagnostic, environmental and machine condition monitoring application needs by reducing cabling costs and increasing flexibility without compromising performance. ...

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LabView 8.6 offers supercomputing performance 07 August 2008

National Instruments have launched LabView 8.6, which delivers tools to take advantage of the benefits of multicore processors, field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and wireless communication. Engineers have a single platform to increase test and control system throughput with multicore processors, reduce the development time of high-performance FPGA-based advanced control and embedded prototyping applications and more easily create distributed measurement systems to acquire data remotely....

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High-performance smart camera family 01 May 2008

The NI 1722 and NI 1742 Smart Cameras introduced by National Instruments provide engineers and scientists with high-performance systems at a low cost. The NI Smart Cameras are embedded devices that combine an industrial controller with an image sensor and integrate with NI vision software to offer image processing directly on the cameras, making them ideal for applications such as locating parts, inspecting packaging, verifying assembly and reading 1-D and 2-D codes. ...