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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.




Test a Truss Bridge with myDAQ

In this lab, you will design, build, test and calculate the forces in a truss bridge to learn how forces are distributed throughout each truss.


myDAQ Laser Listener

Build the ultimate spy eavesdropping device and explore the fundamentals of waves. Using myDAQ and a laser, measure vibration and then convert light to sound.



Reading Solar Power with NI myDAQ

In this lesson, you will use myDAQ and a solar cell to experiment with gathering solar energy and think about what might affect how much energy you can gather.


Ohm's Law - Measure with myDAQ

This lab demonstrates how to use myDAQ to measure resistance R, current I, and voltage V. The relationship between R, I, and V (or Ohm’s Law V = IR) is studied. Also shown are sensors that convert physical measurements like temperature, pressure, and/or strain into a resistance, a current, or a voltage.


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