Profusa is a start-up company made up of talented scientists and engineers working to develop a new generation of biosensors to monitor our body’s unique chemistry in an unprecedented way. At Profusa, their goal is to help physicians salvage limbs of patients suffering from critical limb ischemia by providing them with a new way to continuously measure tissue oxygen before, during, and after surgical treatments. Having already developed a lab prototype using LabVIEW, Profusa teamed up with us to help develop intuitive LabVIEW-based software for their Touch Screen Medical Device. Objective: To develop an easy-to-use, commercial-grade touch screen software interface using NI LabVIEW
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Cyber Monday is here, early! What better way to kick off your holiday shopping than by getting something for yourself and your team? These next two weeks, we’re taking 25% off all VIPM license purchases and renewals (via credit card on our website). Buy VIPM from our website and enter the discount code CYBERMONDAY2016 at checkout, or click this link to add VIPM Pro to your cart and apply the discount automatically. Have you been thinking of purchasing VIPM Pro for yourself or your colleagues? There’s no time like the present. To learn more about VIPM, visit our website.
We’re pleased to announce the availability of VI Package Manager 2016 Service Pack 1 (SP1)! What’s New We’ve made some improvements to make it easier for users of VI Package Repositories and also fixed some bugs under the hood. We hope you like VIPM 2016 SP1 and the improvements we’ve put into this release make your work with LabVIEW and VIPM even better! Get VIPM 2016 SP1 Today Click here to get VIPM 2016! You can read the full release notes here. If you’re already a VIPM Pro user, your upgrade is either free or $349. For new purchases, VIPM Pro is still just
Missed our NIWeek presentation this year? No worries! We recorded all three of our presentations and have made them available online. This year we presented on a range of extremely interesting LabVIEW related topics covering deep learning and artificial intelligence, LabVIEW integration with .NET applications and open source Caraya unit test framework.
Last week we released JKI JSON as a freely available and open source toolkit for the LabVIEW community. To help you all get started with JKI JSON I have create a short tutorial video that explains how to download and install JKI JSON as well as explains the basic usage of the library core VIs. Stay tuned for more posts on LabVIEW and our open source tools for LabVIEW developers. To download JKI JSON and our other toolkits visit our tools page. JKI Tools for LabVIEW Developers
We’ve all used JSON in our applications, to send messages over networks, to connect to REST APIs or to simply save configuration data to a disk. Over the past 10 years JSON has climbed to the most popular data exchange format replacing XML. Since LabVIEW 2013, there has been a native implementation of JSON shipping with LabVIEW. At JKI we are power users of LabVIEW and found the native JSON implementation often not meeting our needs. We came up with our own JSON library, the JKI JSON serialization library, that we just open sourced and made freely available to the LabVIEW community.
We’re excited to announce that we have just open sourced our JSON serialization and deserialization library from LabVIEW. This library extends LabVIEW’s native JSON serialization with powerful features such as ability to unflatten JSON strings directly to LabVIEW variants, a feature that is useful when building reusable software components. Furthermore our JSON serialization library allows unflattening the same JSON string into different LabVIEW data structures allowing for example unflattening of a fixed length JSON array into a LabVIEW cluster. The source code is available on GitHub and a packaged version can be installed using VIPM. JKI JSON Serizalization Library on GitHub
Managing complexity is one of the most fundamental aspects of any software engineer’s job definition. Hardware Abstraction is a key concept to master in our quest for achieving such a goal. Join me in my on-demand webinar as I go through the process of designing and implementing an hardware abstraction layer for a mocked-up instrument in LabVIEW. From theory to practice, I will guide you on how to define a hardware abstraction in the context of an instrument’s product development cycle and demonstrate those concepts with JKI State Machine Objects. You’ll learn: What is Hardware Abstraction What makes Hardware Abstraction
What happens when three JKI engineers walk into a solar hackathon armed with LabVIEW and a passion for solving technical challenges and making a big difference in the world? They win, of course! Yes! Our team won 2nd place at the 4th annual SunCode solar hackathon organized by Powerhouse. This event brings together developers, designers, and entrepreneurs that want to create the solar software, financial solutions, and design projects that shape the future of the renewable energy industry.
We’re pleased to announce the availability of VI Package Manager 2016! Performance Improvements In this release, the VIPM team has worked hard to improve performance in several areas: startup time ~2x faster check network for packages ~2x faster search for packages ~5x faster sort packages ~5x faster We’re confident that these efforts will be greatly appreciated by VIPM users. Some Bug Fixes Too! Additionally, we’ve worked to fix some important issues affecting users, such as mass compiling of source only VIs. We hope you like VIPM 2016 and the improvements we’ve put into this release make your work with LabVIEW even more efficient! Get