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National Instruments announce Virtual Bench instrumentation with Software
VirtualBench brings the best and most essential measurement technology to startups and academics by making it affordable.
Joel Shapiro, Leader of Emerging Markets Marketing at NI, said, Many entrepreneurs, engineers and scientists dont always have easy access to the instruments they need. Due to the excellent functionality, affordability and portability of VirtualBench, every engineer can immediately be equipped with the tools they require to bring their ideas to life and take it to market.
We are building on what NI does best, which is our software-based approach to test and measurement, said Chad Chesney, Director of Data Acquisition Marketing at NI. VirtualBenchs software user experience is more intuitive, creating efficiencies that go above and beyond simply having these five devices in a single device.
Arunkumar Doraiswamy, Founder and Chief Executive of Yashika Industries, a recent startup in the area of electronics design and test, said NIs VirtualBench has been a game-changer for our productivity. It is an amalgamation of several latest technologies like multi core processors, data acquisition & control, wireless connectivity, and intuitive user friendly interfaces. This user-friendly device brings a large lab to the engineers desk and simplifies circuit debugging and validation.
Takes up minimal space on a desktop or benchtop
Simplifies instrument configuration through consistent, user-friendly interfaces
Offers new capability and convenience with a consolidated view of multiple instruments, visualization on larger displays and quick functionality to save data and screenshots
Integrates seamlessly with LabVIEW system design software
Pricing and Availability
VirtualBench is now available worldwide for $1,999 USD; INR 1,38,000. The VirtualBench app for iPad will be available in the App Store later this summer.
India Infoline Research Team / 08:44, Jun 26, 2015
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