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|NI LabVIEW 8 Wins Control Engineering Editors' Choice Award |
National Instruments today announced that Control Engineering magazine awarded NI LabVIEW 8 an Editors’ Choice Award, calling the graphical development platform one of the most significant innovations of 2005.
“We’re happy to announce that National Instruments has been selected to receive a 2005 Control Engineering Editors’ Choice Award for LabVIEW 8,” said Mark T. Hoske, editor-in-chief of Control Engineering. “LabVIEW 8, the latest version of the NI graphical programming language, is an innovative product that meets a broad range of needs for test, control and design engineers.”
Control Engineering selected this year’s Editors’ Choice Award winners from among all of the new products featured in the 2005 issues of Control Engineering, Control Engineering Online or one of Control Engineering’s topical e-mail newsletters. Editors selected the winners based on three criteria – service to the industry, technological advancement and market impact. As an Editors’ Choice award winner, LabVIEW 8 is eligible to win one of eight Control Engineering Engineers’ Choice awards in March.
National Instruments LabVIEW 8, the latest version of the graphical development platform for test, control and design, delivers distributed intelligence – a powerful suite of new capabilities for engineers and scientists – to easily design, distribute and synchronize devices and systems. The latest version of LabVIEW presents a simplified, scalable interface for communicating with and synchronizing between remote intelligent devices and systems, such as real-time processors and FPGAs. Embedded designers, test engineers and control system engineers now can use the same graphical platform for simple data transfer, deterministic real-time communication and network synchronization with integrated alarms, events and data logging.
LabVIEW 8 also features the LabVIEW Project, a new system view for managing large application development. The LabVIEW Project integrates visual code differencing, improves source control integration with industry-standard third-party source control software and provides seamless deployment to mobile, industrial and embedded targets.
Additionally, LabVIEW 8 continues to build on Express technology with new tools for simplifying instrument control and data acquisition. With the new LabVIEW Instrument Driver Finder, engineers and scientists now can automatically recognize connected instruments and search, download and install the appropriate driver from the more than 4,000 available on the NI Instrument Driver Network.
“National Instruments has a long history of applying the feedback and creativity of our LabVIEW users to help guide our efforts and inspire breakthroughs such as LabVIEW 8,” said John Pasquarette, NI director of software marketing. “This award is a testament to the impact the LabVIEW platform continues to make in expanding application areas.”
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