Through this four-part webcast series learn about the latest tools and technologies from National Instruments that enable educators, researchers and students to ‘do engineering’.
Join David Baker, UK & IE Academic Program Manager, as he demonstrates the latest tools and technologies that enable educators, researchers and students to 'do engineering'. See how programs, such as those run by Dr. Dermot Brabazon at Dublin City University, are improving the learning experience and inspiring the next generation of innovators through a proven hands-on, project-based approach to education.
NI tools are used in challenging research projects including the Large Hadron Collider at CERN and in medical devices at Leeds University. During this session we will discuss NI hardware and software tools designed specifically for research, highlighting successful applications where systems have been created in less time, and how you can get access to these tools.
Learn about NI ELVIS, the educational design and prototyping platform, and how it can be used to provide a dynamic learning environment for understanding a wide range of concepts, including circuits, controls, telecommunications, biomedical and green energy applications. Find out how Dr Danielle George from The University of Manchester is using NI ELVIS to revolutionise the curriculum in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
Learn about practical applications of model-based design for rapid prototyping and deploying algorithms to real-time hardware. See how intuitive LabVIEW graphical programming and the out-of-the-box functionality of NI VeriStand allow you to get your applications up and running more efficiently.