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LabVIEW

LabVIEW (short for Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench) is a system-design platform and development environment for a visual programming language from National Instruments.

Originally released for the Apple Macintosh in 1986, LabVIEW is commonly used for data acquisition, instrument control, and industrial automation on a variety of platforms including Microsoft Windows, various versions of UNIX, Linux, and OS X.

From the inception of an idea to the commercialization of a widget, NI’s unique platform-based approach to engineering and science applications has driven progress across a wide variety of industries. Central to this approach is LabVIEW, a development environment designed specifically to accelerate the productivity of engineers and scientists. With a graphical programming syntax that makes it simple to visualize, create, and code engineering systems, LabVIEW is unmatched in helping engineers translate their ideas into reality, reduce test times, and deliver business insights based on collected data. From building smart machines to ensuring the quality of connected devices, LabVIEW has been the preferred solution to create, deploy, and test the Internet of Things for decades.

Topics Covered:

Introducing the LabVIEW Environment:
The LabVIEW environment including windows, menus, and tools
Creating and using LabVIEW projects
The LabVIEW front panel and block diagram
Searching for controls, VIs, and functions

Build a simple LabVIEW application that acquires analyzes and presents data:
Understanding the dataflow programming model of LabVIEW
Recognizing different data types
Tools for developing, cleaning and organizing your Vis
Using Express VIs to build a basic VI

Debugging and error-checking techniques in LabVIEW
Correcting broken Vis
Using common debugging techniques
Addressing undefined or unexpected data
Implementing error checking and error handling

LabVIEW code and techniques for managing loop execution:
Using structures like the While Loop and For Loop
Adding software timing to your code
Sharing data between loop iterations
Plotting data to a waveform chart

Data Types
Creating and using array controls and indicators
Creating and using cluster controls and indicators
Using type definitions to improve reuse of data structures in applications

Structures
Creating and using Case structures
Creating and using Event structures

Basic concept of file I/O
High-level and low-level file I/O functions available in LabVIEW
Implementing File I/O functions to read and write data to files

LabVIEW design techniques and the state machine design pattern.
Techniques for sequential programming
Using state programming
Implementing a state machine design pattern

Hardware Kit: This workshop does not include any hardware kit.

Requirements: 
- A working Laptop/PC with minimum of 2 GB RAM, 100 GB HDD, intel i3+ processor
- A Seminar Hall with sitting capacity of all participants along with charging plugs, proper ventilation
- Projector, Collar Mike and Speakers

Benefits:
- Digital toolkit of PPTs and study material for all participants
- Certificate of Participation for every participant.
- A competition will be organized at the end of the workshop and winners will be awarded by Certificate of Excellence.

 

 

 

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