|Course||Rapid Hardware Prototyping and Industrial Control Application Development with LabVIEW FPGA, Compact RIO, and FlexRIO by National Instruments [WDRS0053/CR/01]|
|Requal. Interval||One Time Only|
|Contact||Nicole M Gee|
|Target Audience||This lecture is designed for engineers, and technicians who build, design, or implement embedded systems and have some previous LabVIEW programming experience. Engineers using programmable logic controllers or single-board computers, or those designing custom control systems, can benefit from this seminar. Designers of industrial machinery, medical equipment, vehicles, or other electromechanical devices with moving parts and electronically controlled actuators may also find this event useful.|
|Objective||Learn how to take advantage of the latest technologies in embedded design, including graphical programming and NI FPGA-based hardware, to lower the cost and accelerate design cycles of embedded devices. This 2-hour lecture explores National Instruments LabVIEW graphical embedded development tools and National Instruments off-the-shelf prototyping and deployment-ready systems. Discover first-hand how to design, prototype, and deploy real-time applications using NI LabVIEW Real-Time and LabVIEW FPGA programming tools, NI CompactRIO, and NI FlexRIO hardware. Explore leading-edge control design tools and techniques to improve your design efficiency for custom systems and machines. Learn about closed loop control design, simulation, implementation, and monitoring including PID control and FPGA based machine analysis.|
|Course Content||- See how you can use LabVIEW to design embedded systems with field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), real-time operating systems, and analog & digital I/O
- Learn about FPGA deployment hardware such as Compact RIO as well as the new FlexRIO platform. The NI FlexRIO product family provides flexible, customizable I/O for NI LabVIEW FPGA. The two parts that make up the NI FlexRIO product family are NI FlexRIO FPGA Modules for PXI and NI FlexRIO Adapter Modules. Together, they form a high-performance, reconfigurable instrument enabled by LabVIEW FPGA software. Use the NI FlexRIO Module Development Kit (MDK) to build custom I/O for your application.
|Instructor's Comments||This is a complimentary seminar presented National Instruments. There is no fee for this class. However, if you withdraw from the class 10 business days or fewer before the scheduled date and do not find a replacement, or, if you fail to attend on the scheduled date, you will be charged $25. National Instruments will provide lunch during this session.|