National Instruments has introduced NI LabVIEW 2013 the latest version of its industry-leading design platform. The launch took place at NI Week in Austin (TX USA 5-8 August 2013). Users can take advantage of the most advanced technologies without rewriting their applications or learning new tools. LabVIEW 2013 also offers overhauled sample projects and an expanded training library that serve as a strong foundation for any undertaking.
“LabVIEW 2013 utilises the most current and powerful technologies, making it a necessity for any developer,” said Ray Almgren, Vice President of Marketing at National Instruments. “Not only does it support the NI Linux Real-Time OS, giving developers access to dynamic, community-sourced libraries, it’s the foundation of the new cRIO-9068 software-designed controller.”
“The web service experience in 2013 is reason enough to upgrade,” said Jack Dunaway, Founder of Wirebird Labs. “I rely heavily on it for the tools I create in LabVIEW, and the changes they made in this version make designing complex, web-based systems more intuitive than ever. In the past few years, LabVIEW has seen evolutionary improvements. This year is revolutionary.”
LabVIEW 2013 Features:
- Simplified block diagram comment navigation and organisation
- Updated templates, shipping examples and online training courses
- Access to the LabVIEW Tools Network, an expansive network of third-party add-ons
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