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National Instruments unveils LabVIEW 2010

October 13, 2010
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National Instruments India (NI) launched the LabVIEW 2010, the latest version of the graphical programming environment for design, test, measurement and control applications. The launch was hosted at the annual India LabVIEW Conference 2010.

Jayaram Pillai, Managing Director, National Instruments, India Russia and Arabia, delivered the India LabVIEW Conference 2010 Keynote by discussing how LabVIEW in India has evolved from a product to a powerful ecosystem .The ecosystem came alive through the unique showcase of the India LabVIEW Sphere, the result of several elements continuously evolving and innovating around the powerful LabVIEW Platform. Speaking to a record crowd of engineers and scientists, from across industries, NI executives and engineers demonstrated the new features of LabVIEW through targeted tracks, technical sessions, consultation, interactive demonstrations and keynotes.

Jayaram Pillai said, “National Instruments is dedicated to empower the Indian Engineer through user-defined, software-based approach for developing test, control, and embedded applications and the India LabVIEW Conference facilitates the exchange of information and ideas about innovative advances in technology and NI products”. He further added, “Our 17 years of strong presence in India has evolved the India LabVIEW Sphere, a powerful India ready LabVIEW ecosystem committed to serving the community of engineers and scientists in the country. NI India through the Planet NI Foundation is also committed to facilitating Indian entrepreneurs and students with access to technology at affordable costs to innovate and create real solutions that address the world's engineering challenges.”

Features of LabVIEW 2010:

·         LabVIEW 2010 delivers time savings with new features such as off-the-shelf compiler technologies that execute code an average of 20 percent faster and a comprehensive marketplace for evaluating and purchasing add-on toolkits for easily integrating custom functionality into the platform.

·         LabVIEW 2010 also uses customer feedback to deliver new features that make getting started easier. For example, LabVIEW now provides a new hardware configuration tool that makes it possible for users to access and configure their LabVIEW Real-Time targets remotely via a Web browser. Other features include a smart installer that automatically detects the software associated with a serial number for faster installation and an improved instrument driver finder that offers prebuilt project examples for specific instruments.

·         LabVIEW 2010 includes new features that improve interfaces to reusable code, group VIs and their hierarchy for faster build times and separate the VI source code from the compiled version to aid in source code management. These capabilities are ideal for large group development where code maintenance across many users, software versions and computer platforms is critical.

 
 
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