National Instruments Arabia presents the most-waited for event of the year: the NI Academic Day 2013, Arabia’s leading educational conference and exhibition. The outcome of NI's strategic, long-term R&D investment is a rich set of innovative products being launched in 2012. Join us in Beirut, Lebanon on May 16, to view our latest product launches, meet and interact with Students, Researchers, Academicians, Professors, Head of Faculties, Directors and Chancellors, and have a feel of the impact of the latest NI technology in the academic field.
Explore the latest ideas and innovations that have risen in the educational field in the past year. Researchers and educators come into one "academic melting pot" to share their experiences.
DEMO of NI ROBOTIC STARTER KIT at University of Cyprus (Kios Research Centre) . The 2nd ROBOT is remote controlled VIA ZINGBEE wireless and a computer. The NI ROBOT (the LARGE, with the BLUE ROUTER at the back) is AUTONOMOUS. Its scanning the area using Ultrasonic Distance sensors in the DEFAULT configuration... More sensors can be added (IR, UV, LIDAR etc) and also CAMERAS obstacle recognition / navigation etc.. Please contact us for more information
National Instruments Arabia invites you to the Academic Day 2012, a day-long conference where industry experts and academicians share their experiences about fostering innovation. Those who register may attend, at no extra charge, the three-day training session preceding the conference. We look forward to hosting at this excellent Knowledge-sharing platform for academics, researchers and students, an excellent opportunity to network with engineers, scientists, NI developers, as well as academic and industry leaders.
Date: 17th May 2012 Venue: Rotana, Gefinor Hotel, Beirut Time: 08:00 to 16:30
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Curriculum Resources for NI myDAQ
Break down the walls of the traditional lab and lecture by giving your students the ability to perform short lab experiments anywhere, anytime. The following resources provide a starting point for implementing the concept of hands-on homework. These curriculum pages will continue to evolve as we work with educators to refine existing content and add example syllabi, assignments, and supporting materials.
Example course syllabus for introductory circuits
Short homework experiments include voltage, current, resistors, diodes, amplifiers, and filters
Field monitoring of solar installations enables operators to maximize revenue generation and reduce operation and maintenance costs. This application note includes a solar monitoring starter kit that includes LabVIEW software code that you can use as a starting point for building a solar monitoring system using National Instruments Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) and/or NI CompactRIO hardware. In this example application, one or more NI WSN nodes monitor solar irradiance, panel temperature and weather conditions. NI CompactRIO monitors and analyzes AC and DC electrical power and acts as a data aggregator for the NI WSN nodes. A PXI server running LabVIEW DSC acts as the historical data server for the solar monitoring system performing alarming and trending for analysis of system performance and the intelligent dispatching of maintenance crews.
NOVATEX SOLUTIONS ltd is the distributor of National instrument products in Cyprus. Novatex Solutions Ltd can help you select the appropriate Hardware and Software for you application and also suggest other peripheral such as sensors modules etc.
This graphical system design software provides a standard development platform for designing robotic and autonomous control systems. It delivers an extensive robotics library with connectivity to standard robotic sensors and actuators, foundational algorithms for intelligent operations and perception and motion functions for robots and autonomous vehicles.
With this software, engineers and scientists now can implement ideas with seamless deployment to real-time embedded and field-programmable gate array (FPGA) hardware, and can maximize the software flexibility through integration with a variety of processing platforms, third-party software tools and prebuilt robot platforms.
Because of its open graphical system design platform, the software can import code from other languages including C/C++, .m files and VHDL, and communicate with a wide variety of sensors using built-in drivers for everything from LIDAR, IR, sonar and GPS devices to reduce development time. In addition, the software includes new robotics IP capable of implementation to real-time and embedded hardware for obstacle avoidance, inverse kinematics and search algorithms.
NI Robotics Starter Kit. Academic day event held at Movenpick hotel in Beirut on the 13th of May 2010. (Filmed using samsung mobile phone by George Georgiou)
for more information about the NI Robotics Starter Kit click here
The National Instruments Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS), featuring an integrated suite of 12 instruments in one compact form factor is ideal for hands-on learning. Now available with a 100 MS/s oscilloscope option with NI ELVIS II+.
Engage students and reinforce theory with a hands-on approach using NI Multisim, an easy-to-use interactive circuit teaching and student learning environment. Developed for academia, Multisim contains specific features that assist educators with delivering course content and provides students an interactive learning environment to visualize and investigate circuit behavior.
National Instruments transforms the way engineers and scientists around the world design, prototype, and deploy systems for test, control, and embedded design applications. Using NI open graphical programming software and modular hardware, customers at more than 25,000 companies simplify development, increase productivity, and dramatically reduce time to market
From temperature to dynamic signal measurements, National Instruments offers a complete family of data acquisition devices for desktop, portable, and networked teaching and research applications. Ranging from low-cost USB devices to high-precision PCI and PXI instruments