NI-LabVIEW Work Shop


LabVIEW offers a graphical programming approach that helps you visualize every aspect of your application, including hardware configuration, measurement data, and debugging. This visualization makes it simple to integrate measurement hardware from any vendor, represent complex logic on the diagram, develop data analysis algorithms, and design custom engineering user interfaces.


Project Description


Overview
Topics Covered
Kit Content
Gallery
Course duration
Overview

Overview


Over the last few years we have seen a massive growth in Automobile industry with respect to electronics. Even cars are becoming smarter, accidents can be predicted, brakes can be adjusted according to speed, and even a lot of electronics is being applied into the engine system. In this session we will be covering all the major parts in a vehicle where electronics is applied with a practical approach by explaining the actual internal components and their working, and also we will be discussing on the scope of Automobile Electronics in the near future.

Topics Covered

Topic Covered


Getting Started with LabVIEW Virtual Instruments Building a Virtual Instrument
  1. Launching LabVIEW.
  2. Front Panel
  3. Block Diagram
  4. Front Panel and Block Diagram Tools
  5. Express Vis
  6. Shortcuts
Customizing a VI , Building a VI from a Blank VI
  1. Customizing a User Interface from the Block Diagram.
  2. Configuring a VI to Run Continuously until the User Stops It
  3. Using the Error List Window
  4. Searching for Examples
  5. Creating Controls and Indicators
  6. Errors and Broken Wires
  7. Displaying Data in a Table
Analyzing and Saving a Signal Building an Analysis VI
  1. Modifying a VI Created from a Template
  2. Adding a Signal
  3. Analyzing the Amplitude of a Signal
  4. Configuring a VI to Save Data to a File
  5. Saving Data When Prompted by a User
  6. Viewing Saved Data Summary
  7. Controls and Indicators
  8. Filtering Data and Saving Data
Acquiring Data and Communicating with Instruments (Windows) virtually in multisim
  1. Hardware and Software Requirements
  2. Acquiring a Signal in NI-DAQmx
  3. Creating an NI-DAQmx Task
  4. Graphing Data from a DAQ Device
  5. Editing an NI-DAQmx Task
  6. Visually Comparing Two Voltage Readings
  7. Getting Started with LabVIEW © National Instruments using Instrument Drivers and the Instrument I/O Assistant
  8. DAQ Assistant Express VI
  9. Tasks in NI-DAQmx
Using Other LabVIEW Features All Controls and Indicators
  1. All VIs and Functions
  2. VIs Functions
  3. Data Types
BASIC PROGRAMS
  1. Pythagorean Theorem
  2. Solving Equations
  3. Case structures
  4. Loops
  5. Shift registers
Kit Content

Software Required


  1. NI- LabVIEW
Gallery

Photo Gallery


Course duration:

Course duration


S NO Duration without kit cost per head
1 two day 1000/-
NOTE:

There will be complete hands on for better understanding of the software tool.

EEE, ECE, CSE and IT branches can attend this workshop

At the end of the session:

Students will get an idea on LabVIEW.

They will be able to design mathematical models.

Irrespective of the branches they study everyone can design and develop a model and will get a proper idea on serial port communication.

Overview


Over the last few years we have seen a massive growth in Automobile industry with respect to electronics. Even cars are becoming smarter, accidents can be predicted, brakes can be adjusted according to speed, and even a lot of electronics is being applied into the engine system. In this session we will be covering all the major parts in a vehicle where electronics is applied with a practical approach by explaining the actual internal components and their working, and also we will be discussing on the scope of Automobile Electronics in the near future.

Topic Covered


Getting Started with LabVIEW Virtual Instruments Building a Virtual Instrument
  1. Launching LabVIEW.
  2. Front Panel
  3. Block Diagram
  4. Front Panel and Block Diagram Tools
  5. Express Vis
  6. Shortcuts
Customizing a VI , Building a VI from a Blank VI
  1. Customizing a User Interface from the Block Diagram.
  2. Configuring a VI to Run Continuously until the User Stops It
  3. Using the Error List Window
  4. Searching for Examples
  5. Creating Controls and Indicators
  6. Errors and Broken Wires
  7. Displaying Data in a Table
Analyzing and Saving a Signal Building an Analysis VI
  1. Modifying a VI Created from a Template
  2. Adding a Signal
  3. Analyzing the Amplitude of a Signal
  4. Configuring a VI to Save Data to a File
  5. Saving Data When Prompted by a User
  6. Viewing Saved Data Summary
  7. Controls and Indicators
  8. Filtering Data and Saving Data
Acquiring Data and Communicating with Instruments (Windows) virtually in multisim
  1. Hardware and Software Requirements
  2. Acquiring a Signal in NI-DAQmx
  3. Creating an NI-DAQmx Task
  4. Graphing Data from a DAQ Device
  5. Editing an NI-DAQmx Task
  6. Visually Comparing Two Voltage Readings
  7. Getting Started with LabVIEW © National Instruments using Instrument Drivers and the Instrument I/O Assistant
  8. DAQ Assistant Express VI
  9. Tasks in NI-DAQmx
Using Other LabVIEW Features All Controls and Indicators
  1. All VIs and Functions
  2. VIs Functions
  3. Data Types
BASIC PROGRAMS
  1. Pythagorean Theorem
  2. Solving Equations
  3. Case structures
  4. Loops
  5. Shift registers

Kit Content


  1. NI- LabVIEW

Course duration


S NO Duration without kit cost per head
1 Two day 1000/-
NOTE:

There will be complete hands on for better understanding of the software tool.

EEE, ECE, CSE and IT branches can attend this workshop

At the end of the session:

Students will get an idea on LabVIEW.

They will be able to design mathematical models.

Irrespective of the branches they study everyone can design and develop a model and will get a proper idea on serial port communication.

Photo Gallery


Key Benefits

  1. SYNXA IT will provid recent Technology aid to the Organizations and to the techocrats.
  2. Demo and support on recent tools and technology.
  3. The students will get an opportunity to interact with experts from industry and research organizations.
  4. Rhe Inteactive sessions with the experts is an experience to learn new concepts and with live demonstration.

Salient Features

  1. Demo on recent advancements in technologies and industry application.
  2. Software and workshop modules will provide to the student on demand.
  3. Heighest Priority will be given to the workshop participants for forthcoming training programs for one academic year
  4. Interaction With Eminent personalities
  5. Real time project and research exposure