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Ni minisystems promotes the development of practical education

December 2012 - National Instruments (Ni) recently launched Ni minisystems, which are miniature versions of some real systems, such as dynamometers and smart electricity, jointly developed by Ni and leading suppliers in the education sector. When students begin to study engineering degrees, Ni minisystems can help them change in time to help students quickly and concretely understand the theoretical knowledge of mathematics and science

the previous laboratory platform cannot be widely used in ordinary teaching, and it is far from the professional tools actually used in research and development and industry. Using the software and hardware integration scheme designed by the graphical system, Ni minisystems will not be limited by cost, time and space. Therefore, the system is proposed in gb228 (2) 002 to enable students to participate in hands-on practice and help teachers solve the problem that they can only carry out pure theoretical education. Ni minisystems provides a tangible platform for college students to closely link their studies with their future work

we have witnessed that graphical system design solutions give scientists and engineers a unified language and a complete set of tools to help them achieve innovation. Dave Wilson, college program director of national instruments, said, "we now extend this solution to the education platform, so that any student from anywhere can access the innovative achievements of the world's great scientists, engineers and teachers."

readily available Ni minisystems

myquake; Myvtol (vertical takeoff and landing); myTemp; Mygrid

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about the Ni college program

National Instrument Corporation (Ni) is committed to continuously improving the education level of science and Engineering around the world by providing a powerful and efficient graphical system design platform and modular hardware for teachers and students around the world to effectively combine course teaching with practice. Through powerful tools, such as NI LabVIEW graphical development platform, students can complete the study from theory to realization. LEGO Mindstorms NXT is introduced from primary schools to universities to establish research laboratories. The comprehensive application of LabVIEW graphical development platform in classroom teaching gbt8363 ⑴ 987 ferritic steel drop weight tearing experiment method can create a vivid and efficient learning environment. For more information about Ni institutional products and related resources, please visit

since 1976, National Instruments (Ni) has been committed to providing engineers and scientists with various tools to improve efficiency, accelerate innovation and exploration. Ni's graphical system design method provides an integrated software and hardware platform for the engineering community, which is helpful to accelerate the development of measurement and control systems. For a long time, Ni has been expecting and striving to improve social development through its own technology to ensure the success of customers, employees, suppliers and shareholders

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