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LabVIEW hands-on workshops

23 October 2002 News

Due to demand, National Instruments South Africa has introduced four additional LabVIEW hands-on workshops for this year which will be held at its office in Midrand.

They will be run from 9 a.m. to 12 noon on the following dates: 25 October; 15 November; 29 November; 13 December.

LabVIEW is NI's graphical programming language for building data acquisition and instrumentation systems. It allows one to quickly create user interfaces that give interactive control of one's software system. Its tight integration with measurement hardware facilitates rapid development of data acquisition, analysis, and presentation solutions.

LabVIEW contains powerful built-in measurement analysis and a graphical compiler for optimum performance. It is available for Windows 2000/NT/Me/9x, Mac Os, Linux, Sun Solaris, and HP-UX, and comes in three different development system options.

This workshop is suited for engineers, scientists and technicians who need to create custom measurement and automation applications.





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