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NI's Instrument Driver Network tops 5000 drivers
National Instruments now offers more than 5,000 drivers through the NI Instrument Driver Network (www.ni.com/idnet), the industry’s largest source for instrument drivers. With support and connectivity for the latest instruments and communication buses, National Instruments LabVIEW and LabWindows/CVI continue to provide engineers consistent, high-level programming interfaces for remotely controlling their stand-alone instruments.
It's great to work at National Instruments - It's Official!
National Instruments UK & Ireland has been named among the UK’s 50 Best Workplaces in the Financial Times 2006 Best Workplaces Special Report. Listed for the first time, NI was ranked 40th. NI employees identified the company’s fun and friendly work environment and ethical culture among the characteristics which make the company a great place to work.
National Instruments continues its student support with new edition of LabVIEW suite
National Instruments has announced the release of the LabVIEW 8 Student Edition Software Suite, a full-featured version of the graphical development platform that provides students a flexible, hands-on learning environment for designing, prototyping and deploying engineering and science concepts into real-world applications. The software suite, for the first time, includes a collection of powerful National Instruments LabVIEW add-ons for mathemat...
National Instruments adopts GigE Vision Standard
National Instruments looks to have extended its machine vision market leadership by announcing its adoption of the new Automated Imaging Association (AIA) standard for Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) Vision. A longtime leader in end-user vision systems, NI now adds support for GigE Vision cameras to its existing image acquisition software.
USB Multifunction Data Acquisition Devices
National Instruments has released its first M Series data acquisition (DAQ) devices for the USB bus. They are two new external DAQ devices that offer up to 32 analogue input channels and data acquisition rates of up to 1.25 MS/s.
Get on the web to overcome the challenges of traditional embedded development
An innovative webcast series that highlights Graphical System Design – Innovation from Design to Deployment - is being hosted by National Instruments this month.