National Instruments provides graphical system tools for engineers and scientists that are developing next-generation control and monitoring systems within industries such as machine building, energy, industrial control, life sciences, and transportation. With the NI LabVIEW reconfigurable I/O (RIO) architecture, smaller design teams can prototype and deploy embedded control and monitoring systems faster.
Improve the way you design and deploy advanced control and monitoring systems for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) with the unrivaled performance and flexibility of the CompactRIO platform.
The third annual report examines a range of topics focused on the IoT and its impact on how we manage data – from the consumerization of software to prototyping 5G to make it a reality.
The Control Design Guide for Smart Machines White Paper explains the challenges machine builders face today and demonstrates proven methods and solutions to get ahead of the competition. Experience the impact graphical system design and customizable off-the-shelf hardware have on the design process and business success.
This four-part interactive webcast series analyzes the challenges machine builders are facing in the era of the Internet of Things and the solutions they can leverage to develop smarter machines and stay ahead of the competition.
With cost-effective, open, and flexible solutions for continuously monitoring both critical and balance-of-plant equipment, NI is helping these companies more effectively manage entire fleets of turbines, generators, and compressors through insight into their health.
Download the white paper to read about the challenges maintenance managers face with improving overall reliability and some of the technology considerations for implementing an online fleetwide monitoring solution for predictive maintenance.
NI InsightCM provides insight into the health of critical and auxiliary rotating equipment to optimize machine performance, maximize uptime, reduce maintenance costs, and increase safety.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) promises a world of smarter, hyper-connected devices and infrastructure where electrical grids, manufacturing machines, and transportation systems are outfitted with embedded sensing, processing, control, and analysis capabilities
For nearly 40 years, NI has worked with engineers and scientists to provide answers to the most challenging questions. Through these pursuits, NI customers have brought hundreds of thousands of products to market, overcome innumerable technological roadblocks, and engineered a better life for us all. If you can turn it on, connect it, drive it, or launch it, chances are NI technology helped make it happen.
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