National Instruments enables students to go beyond control theory to actually Do Engineering with hardware and software solutions designed for hands-on learning.
Machine vision and advanced motion control are key components of machine automation. You can use these two components to increase throughput and build efficient modern machines. While state-of the art motion control systems make possible the design of highly integrated mechatronics systems, machine
This configuration of the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS) has been defined specifically for teaching controls topics throughout mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering curricula. The Quanser Engineering Trainers for NI ELVIS (QNET) DC Motor Control