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LabVIEW | Developer Tour

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The LabVIEW Developer Tour offered a range of technical sessions for both new and experienced users. New users were introduced to the concept of graphical programming, using LabVIEW to acquire, analyse and present data.  Experienced LabVIEW users were able to build on their existing knowledge and further their skills.

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Keynote: Change the Way You Think: Give Yourself an Engineering Edge

With the constant evolution and increasing prevalence of technology in today's society, we discuss the revolution that engineering must undergo to stay ahead of the game.

What is Graphical Programming?

Understand what graphical programming is and the advantages compared to other types of programming. Through demonstrations and real world application examples see the benefits that this approach can offer you in your measurement and control applications.

Hands-On: Introduction to Graphical Programming

Test-drive PC-based data acquisition systems and learn how to use graphical programming techniques to create modular and flexible applications.

Acquire and Generate Data

Measurement and control applications have to interface with the real world. Discover the basic methods to output and input signals to and from the real world.

Record and Analyse Your data

Learn about some of the most common techniques plus best practice, to save you time, money and frustration, when recording and analysing your data.

Present Your Data Clearly
Presenting the information you have is crucial, both for you and the end user. See demonstrations and explore the techniques required to build and debug your systems,  making your life and the end user's life easier.

Web Technology for Measurement and Control Applications

Measurement and control applications would have traditionally communicated using custom protocols to relay information. With the ubiquity of internet-enabled devices/As we move into the "Internet of Things" there are now distinct advantages to using web based standards.  This presentation will explore the components of web technology and demonstrate how to integrate web content and web services in your applications.

 

 

Keynote: Change the Way You Think: Give Yourself an Engineering Edge

With the constant evolution and increasing prevalence of technology in today's society, we discuss the revolution that engineering must undergo to stay ahead of the game.

What’s New in LabVIEW 2013

Attend this session to explore the new features and tools in the latest version of LabVIEW. This will include modules and toolkits such as LabVIEW Real-Time and LabVIEW FPGA.

Code Module and Code Interface Design

We all need to have scalable, modular code by design. This is easier said than done, learn some of the techniques involved in module design by examining the decisions and rationale behind one of the sample projects in LabVIEW.

Tips and Tricks for Highly Productive Programming in LabVIEW

In this session explore some simple techniques that can help you code more quickly. Learn about little-known LabVIEW features, advanced functions and other tools that can help you save development time.

Find and Squash Software Bugs with LabVIEW Debugging Techniques

All programmers introduce mistakes, or bugs, into their software by accident. This session teaches LabVIEW developers how to locate and fix programming issues through built-in LabVIEW and advanced tools. This information is essential for anyone who develops in LabVIEW and will help them efficiently tackle any issues that arise.

How to transition to LabVIEW Object Oriented Programming

Object Oriented Programming is coming to an application near you. Don't "be afraid", find out how you can transition from a traditional programming style over to this newer approach with little effort. This session will cover how going from best practice in traditional graphical programming over to object oriented programming can be simple and show how you can reap the benefits.

Hands-On:  Introduction to LabVIEW Object Oriented Programming

See how to map the most important requirements of your application to established design patterns to maximise the scalability and reusability of your LabVIEW code. This session will demonstrate various implementations of state machines and producer consumer loops to solve common problems such as plug-in frameworks and hardware abstraction layers.

 

 

The LabVIEW Developer Tour offers a range of technical sessions for both new and experienced users.  Learn from in-depth topic presentations, product demonstrations and hands-on sessions, and network with local colleagues and engineers.  New users will be introduced to the concept of graphical programming, using LabVIEW to acquire, analyse and present data.  Experienced LabVIEW users will be able to build on their existing knowledge and further their skills.