- Rotary Servo control experiments, featuring the most popular modules, such as the Inverted Pendulum, running on LabVIEW and supported by compactRIO. Flip through the ABET-aligned course materials developed by Quanser engineers that provide a set of practical exercises to captivate engineering students.
- Six QNET engineering trainers for NI ELVIS II that will help you teach the fundamentals of controls, mechatronics and bioengineering. Find out more about the comprehensive course materials that come with these experiments.
- A prototype of the new myPLANT that is being developed at Quanser to expand the use of myDAQ. Incorporating Quanser visualization technology, myPLANT will allow students to take the controls lab with them and perform experiments anytime and anywhere. Note: myPLANT is slated for release in 2012.
Also, join your colleagues at the Academic Forum on Monday, August 1 to discuss and share ideas on the future of engineering and research.
Hope you will enjoy your time at the NIWeek as much as we will - and if you cannot attend this year, stay tuned for the reports from the conference.