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LabVIEW 2012 Accelerates Success and Improves the Scalability of Measurement and Control Systems
- Provides recommended application architectures designed to save time, ensure scalability and lower maintenance costs
- Includes stability improvements and environment enhancements derived directly from customer feedback designed to increase productivity
- Supports a large portfolio of new hardware products showcasing commitment to expanding platform capabilities and enabling cutting-edge systems
National Instruments (Nasdaq: NATI) today introduced NI LabVIEW 2012, the latest version of the industry-leading system design software for engineers and scientists. Users gain ready-to-run starting points for a breadth of LabVIEW applications and access to new training options that help improve the quality of their systems. These new features demonstrate NI's ongoing commitment to provide a platform that accelerates the success of any measurement or control system and ensures that users can innovate with confidence.
"Building a system fast is important, but it's equally important to build it right - that means using solid architectures and proven development practices," said Dr. James Truchard, NI president, CEO and co-founder. "New features and resources in LabVIEW 2012 promote training and drive development practices to help our customers deliver high-performance and high-quality systems in less time, thereby minimizing development and maintenance costs."
LabVIEW 2012 Features
- Templates and sample projects
- Self-paced online training
- Improved stability
- New tools for high-performance analysis and advanced image processing
- Productivity enhancements powered by the user community
- Mobile apps for display and control on an iPad
Learn more by viewing these additional resources:
- LabVIEW 2012 Product Page: http://ni.com/...
- Case Study: http://sine.ni.com/...
- White Paper: http://zone.ni.com/...
- Video: http://zone.ni.com/...
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