Workshops training: Introduction to LabVIEW and data acquisition

  • Tuesday, September 19, 2017
    Time : 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM
    Location : KAUST Library computer room Building 12, room 3134

    The electronics workshop in collaboration with National Instruments will host this event. This short training seminar will focus on LabVIEW and data acquisition, including:

      • Understanding your systems based on your research requirements
      • Understanding the specifications, the difference between actuators and sensors and how to select the right one for your system
      • What to consider to select your data acquisition and control system and the importance of resolution, rate and range
      • Demo on how to acquire, present, analyze and log data in LabVIEW

    What is LabVIEW?

    Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench (LabVIEW) from National Instruments (NI) is a highly productive development and programming environment for creating custom applications that interact with real-world data or signals in fields such as science and engineering.

    You’re invited

    This seminar is for those students, researchers, scientists and engineers who want to design their data acquisition and control systems with no previous knowledge of LabVIEW.

    There is limited capacity for this training.

    If interested contact for more details and registration.

    About this training

    The Workshops Core Lab organizes a series of training sessions for users. These sessions are offered every spring and fall semesters to provide hands-on instructions for lab users. This semester, the training sessions include information on how to use basic electronic lab equipment, introduction to LabVIEW and data acquisition, the importance of GD&T, understanding manufacturability, basic and advanced solid works and building parts with 3D printers.

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