Real-time test software

  • 30-Sep-2011 11:21 EDT


National Instruments’ NI VeriStand 2011 is the latest version of the company’s configuration-based software environment for creating real-time testing and simulation applications, including hardware-in-the-loop simulators and test cells. With its intuitive, open software interface, NI VeriStand 2011 helps engineers achieve system flexibility while decreasing test development time. The new version of the software includes a real-time stimulus profile tool that expands deterministic test execution with looping and branching structures, composable arithmetic functions, multitasking, and more. Engineers can combine NI VeriStand 2011 with Wineman Technology’s INERTIA add-on, which adds a suite of tools to NI VeriStand for optimized closed-loop control of dynamometer and servo-hydraulic-based test cells.

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