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From: NIDays, 2010, London, 9 November 2010.
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From: NIDays, London, 9 November 2011. Find out about the latest products and technologies that are making the graphical system design platform a mainstream approach for engineers and scientists around the world. Watch product demonstrations and real-world solutions that span the entire system design process.
From: NIDays, London, 9 November 2011. Join P.J. Tanzillo, as he explores some of the most exciting uses of Graphical System Design. He will celebrate 25 years of LabVIEW with a study of some of the world changing applications currently in development and a look towards the future of the LabVIEW platform.
From: NI Days, London, 9 November 2011. Take a demo-centric tour through the LabVIEW platform and find out why graphical programming is used by tens of thousands of engineers across the globe. Then learn about the new LabVIEW features and understand the National Instruments vision for the LabVIEW Platform. Also, hear about some of the 2011 UK Graphical System Design Award achievement applications that demonstrate the potential of both LabVIEW and UK engineering.
From: NIDays, 2010, London, 9 November 2011. Mission critical applications require you to handle every eventuality and errors will creep in. Find out how you handle those errors, track them and minimise their effects on your application. From simple applications to multi-target and multi-loop applications, understand some of the best methodologies for managing errors.
From: NIDays, 2010, London, 9 November 2011. Explore how core design patterns including loops, state machines and producer-consumer architectures can make your LabVIEW application a success. Also, learn how and why to create basic event driven architectures.
From: NIDays, 2011, London, 9 November 2011. Understand the fundamentals of LabVIEW Object-Orientated Programming (OOP) and discuss example code showing how and why design patterns map from traditional LabVIEW programming through to an OOP implementation. Also learn about typical industry applications for OOP, such as the implementation of command patterns and hardware abstract layers.
From: NIDays, 2010, London, 9 November 2010. Join an interactive presentation that covers a variety of simple techniques to improve your VI performance.
From: NIDays, 2010, London, 9 November 2010. Networks are everywhere and software web services are the backbone of a networked application. Walk through the stages of creating a web service in LabVIEW hosted on a remote target by watching a live demonstration built from scratch. Then see how the LabVIEW Web UI Builder can be used to access data, perform decision making and display published data effectively.
From: NIDays, 2011, London, 9 November 2011. The UK currently outsources much of its manufacturing to overseas plants with substantially lower overheads; some say we risk losing engineering design and R&D next. During this interactive discussion, the panel will explore whether UK industry can afford to sustainably carry out engineering design and research locally and remain competitive? With government focus on the links between universities and the industry, will PhD research students come to represent a new kind of R&D outsourcing? And who will champion the role and value of British engineers? Should we rely on the government, public funding and education; professional bodies such as the IET, IMechE, IoP and ICE; industry and private enterprise; or is it our own individual responsibility to safeguard the future of British engineering?Industry Highlights and academic sessions.