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National Instruments (NI) transforms the way engineers and scientists around the world design, prototype, and deploy systems for test, control, and embedded design applications. Using NI open graphical programming software and modular hardware, customers at more than 30,000 companies annually simplify development, increase productivity, and dramatically reduce time to market. From testing next-generation gaming systems to creating breakthrough medical devices, NI customers continuously develop innovative technologies that impact millions of people.

Since the company’s inception more than 30 years ago, National Instruments has grown from a three-man operation based out of the founders’ homes to a multinational corporation with more than 5,200 employees. As the company continues to grow, the entrepreneurial spirit that led to the creation and early success of NI remains entrenched in the company. At NI, we maintain a fun and innovative corporate culture by recruiting the best and the brightest employees and motivating them in a work hard, play hard environment. Our unique culture has not gone unrecognized; NI has been named a top 100 company to work for in America by FORTUNE magazine for 12 consecutive years.

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LabVIEW
Breathe Some Life into Your Lessons.

LabVIEW is a graphical programming system that is designed for data acquisition, data analysis, and instrument control. LabVIEW can run on a number of systems including PC Windows, Macintosh and VXI systems, and is transportable from one system to another.

LabVIEW uses graphical symbols (icons) to describe programming actions. Data flow is ``wired" into a block diagram. Since LabVIEW is graphical and based on a windows type system it is often much easier to get started using it compare to text based language such as C or Basic. Many engineers and scientists that would not normally try to program an application can get usable output easily with LabVIEW.

LabVIEW programs are called virtual instruments (VIs) because the appearance and operation imitate actual instruments. VIs may be used directly by the user or as a subroutine (called subVI's) of a higher program which enables a modular programming approach. The user interface is called the front panel, because it simulates the front panel of a physical instrument. The front panel can contain knobs, push buttons, graphs, and other controls and indicators. The controls can be adjusted using a mouse and keyboard, and the changes indicated on the computer screen. The block diagram shows the internal components of the program. The controls and indicators are connected to other operators and program structures. Each program structure has a different symbol and each data type (eg. integer, double-float etc) has a different color.
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Water Piano: LabVIEW in the High School Classroom

High school students make a "water piano" using voltage probes and LabVIEW software
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Controlling a robot with NI LabVIEW

See how engineers use the new real time math feature in LabVIEW 2009. Presented at NIWeek 2009, the world's leading graphical systems design conference.
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PID-Controlled Quadcopter using NI LabVIEW and Single-Board RIO

Applications Engineers at National Instruments (UK) carried out a team project to build a flying PID-Controlled Quadcopter using NI LabVIEW and Single-Board RIO.
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