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EMEIA Engineering Impact Awards in the Press

 

 

Engineering Impact Awards in the Press

The Engineering Impact Awards is NI’s annual technical paper contest.

See examples of how our customers’ applications are showcased in the most prestigious publications.

 

 

EIA
Combining Passive Wi-Fi Sensing and Machine Learning Systems to Monitor Health, Activity and Well-Being in Nursing Homes
Electronic Product Design & Test - UK
Coventry University researchers explain how they used National Instruments LabVIEW and USRP to create a passive Wi-Fi sensing system that can detect one's body movements and vital signs through walls – and without any physical contact.

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EIA
Reliability Testing for the Solar Orbiter Instrumentation
Design Products & Applications - UK
NI provided key hardware for on-board the Solar Orbiter, which is a European Space Agency (ESA) spacecraft that will find out more about our nearest star.

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EIA
Framework für Entwicklung von Batterien-Management-Systemen
Aktoren-basiertes Zellen-Testsystem
all-electronics.de - Germany
Das mPAC-Testsystem bietet eine flexible Umgebung für das Identifizieren, Simulieren und Emulieren. Zudem bietet es Funktionen, deren Anwendung typischerweise im Bereich der Entwicklung von BMS zu finden sind. Durch eine Architektur nach dem Open-Closed Principle lässt sich das System leicht erweitern und skalieren.

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EIA
C2I 2017: Setting world records in 5G wireless spectral efficiency using massive MIMO
The Engineer - UK
A mobile phone is no use unless the electromagnetic bandwidth is available for it to transmit and receive, and the increasing capability of smartphones to receive and transmit high-resolution video and hi-fi audio  means that the bandwidth reserved for mobile telecoms is constantly under pressure. Moreover, as autonomous vehicles and the industrial and domestic Internet of Things develop, more and more non-human devices will start sending and receiving large amounts of data over the airwaves. In order to tackle this, the mobile telecommunications sector is developing 5G networks – the successor to the 4G systems currently in use.

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EIA
Máquina Inteligente para recolección de césped aumenta la productividad y reduce costos
Revista Española de Electrónica - Spain
“Al integrar la última tecnología y al aprovechar la potencia de la arquitectura LabVIEW RIO, FireFly desarrolló una cosechadora “inteligente” de césped ProSlab 155 que incrementa en 20% la velocidad de recolección y reduce 50% el consumo de combustible.” – Steve Aposhian, FireFly Equipment

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