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ADAS collaboration between NI and Foretellix announced
NI and Foretellix have announced their collaboration to enhance the safety and reliability of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles (AVs). Together, the companies will deliver integrated solutions to help engineers to achieve high-quality autonomous driving systems to market faster and at lower development costs, while integrating test data and tools across the software verification and validation workflow.
NI collaborates with EA Elektro-Automatik
NI has announced a collaboration with EA Elektro-Automatik, a German manufacturer of laboratory power supplies and electronic loads, to offer bidirectional power supplies that support battery cycling and power-level test for EVs. EA’s power supplies will be integrated into NI’s software-connected toolchain as part of NI’s power electronics offering to optimise battery test workflows. This joint effort accelerates the path t...
NI reports Q2 record sales and income
NI revenues climbed 15% year on year to a company Q2 record of 347m. Income soared 50% to $25m.
LabVIEW 2021 enhancements unveiled at NIConnect
NI Connect, this year’s incarnation of NIWeek, saw the release of LabVIEW 2021 which brings new features to the software platform.
Season 4 - Episode #3 - 6G vision begins to take shape
Research into 6G is well under way. Academia and industry are already building an understanding of key technologies critical for standardisation.
NI acquisition speeds autonomous vehicle development
NI has acquired monoDrive, a supplier of ultra-high fidelity simulation software for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle development.
NI acquires monoDrive to accelerate autonomous vehicles
NI has announced it has acquired monoDrive, a specialist in ultra-high fidelity simulation software for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle development. The acquisition expands NI’s reach in the ADAS and simulation markets and will enable NI’s transportation customers to accelerate the development, test, and deployment of safer autonomous systems.
NI joins NYU Wireless Industrial Affiliates programme
NI and NYU WIRELESS have announced that NI has joined the university research centre at NYU Tandon School of Engineering as an Industrial Affiliate member. Together, the organisations will work to solve industry defined problems to help make the next generation of wireless research possible.
NI joins the Next G Alliance for 6G
NI has joined ATIS’ Next G Alliance as a founding member. The Next G Alliance initiative seeks to advance North American mobile technology leadership in 6G by building on the long-term evolution of 5G over the next decade. NI will work closely with the Next G Alliance and its members to identify research priorities central to the development, standardisation, manufacturing and market readiness for 6G.
Season 2 - Episode #3 - NI rolls out 10 year sustainability and diversity strategy
Earlier this week NI launched an ambitious corporate impact strategy to make good on their new company identity and its promise to 'Engineer Ambitiously'. In a drive to make the company, and its impact on the world, more diverse, equitable and inclusive, NI is committing to 15 goals including:
NI unveils strategy to impact society and environment
NI is embarking on an ambitious 10-year strategy to advance diversity, equity and sustainability. Engineering Hope, NI’s 2030 Corporate Impact Strategy, outlines the company’s vision and aspirational goals for making a measurable, positive impact on society and the environment by 2030.
NI, Konrad Technologies unite on autonomous driving test
NI and Konrad Technologies (KT) have forged a strategic agreement to develop test systems and solutions for autonomous driving software and hardware validation.
NI's OptimalPlus joins the Open Manufacturing Platform
NI says that its latest acquisition, OptimalPlus, has joined the Open Manufacturing Platform (OMP), a consortium led by BMW, Microsoft, ZF, Bosch and ABInBev that helps manufacturers leverage advanced technologies to gain greater operational efficiencies, factory output, customer loyalty and net profits.
NI, SET, Tech180 collaborate on disruptive test strategy
NI, SET GmbH and Tech180, all three experts in aerospace and defense test systems, are collaborating to disrupt how test systems are designed, developed, and maintained.
Software smooths path to seamless test operation
To standardise the way data is shared and analysed, NI’s new enterprise version of its SystemLink software enables increased visibility and control of test systems across an entire organisation.
Engineer Ambitiously is new-look NI's clarion call
A new brand, a new logo and a call to engineers who are standing tall in these uncertain time to stand taller. Unveiled today is NI, formerly National Instruments, and a new approach to the test and measurement market dubbed “Engineer Ambitiously”.
NI announces free editions of LabView software
National Instruments (NI) is opening up free access to its LabView and LabView NXG platforms for free non-commercial use to hobbyists.
EV HIL test solutions to feature at NIDays in Munich
New solutions for hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) validation of electric vehicle (EV) powertrain components have been released by NI. They will be demonstrated at NIDays in Munich on November 20. Government mandates for lower emissions and higher efficiency are increasing pressure on automakers to get EVs to market as quickly as possible.
4GHz vehicle radar test system delivers reliability
A 4GHz Vehicle Radar Test System (VRTS) has been released by NI. It was demonstrated at NIDays in Munich on November 20. Automotive radar is essential to vehicle safety for current advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and future autonomous driving.
mmWave transceiver system drives 6G research
A real-time sub THz software-defined radio (SDR) for 6G research is built on NI’s mmWave Transceiver System (MTS) and Virginia Diodes’ (VDI) radio heads. Using VDI radio heads, the frequency range of the MTS can extend into the sub THz range.