Engineers, scientists, and inventors across the world use NI LabVIEW software to make machines move, think, and do.
In fact, we’re taking advantage of a positive convergence: Software has become both more sophisticated and easier to use, and hardware is more accessible and affordable than ever before.
Whether you’re colliding atoms at CERN or programming a LEGO® EV3 robot in your living room, LabVIEW software is the brain and soul of the machine.
From the awe inspiring to the laugh inspiring—what would you do with LabVIEW?
Engineers and scientists around the globe prefer LabVIEW because of its intuitive graphical nature. LEGO MINDSTORMS products take maximum advantage of NI’s world-class software for their latest hardware innovations, delivering LabVIEW software to applications spanning from kindergarten to rocket science.Learn more at LEGO.com.
It was 49 years from concept to proof. Learn how LabVIEW played a role in discovering the Higgs boson particle and helped integrate quarks, Z particles, and theoretical physics into summer of 2012 conversations.Read the case study at NI.com.
What’s fueled by Red Bull, goes 833.9 mph, and is powered by LabVIEW software?Watch the video at NI.com.
The answer, our friends, is blowin’ in the wind. Wind turbines can have a blade span of up to 300 feet, which makes measuring and precisely controlling them challenging, but crucial, for Siemens and power customers across the globe.Read the case study at NI.com.
Innovators across the globe design systems as complex as atom smashers and as familiar as LEGO robots with LabVIEW. Look around your home or office and you will likely find something that’s been tested, measured, powered, or designed with LabVIEW.
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