Testing and simulation software

  • 08-Mar-2010 05:25 EST
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NI VeriStand from National Instruments is a software environment for configuring real-time testing applications, including hardware-in-the-loop simulation, environmental and durability testing, dynamometer testing, and wind-tunnel testing. It helps users configure a multicore-ready real-time engine to execute tasks including analog, digital, communication bus, and field-programmable gate array-based I/O interfaces; triggerable, multifile data logging; real-time stimulus generation; calculated channels; and event alarming and alarm response routines. The package can also import control algorithms and simulation modes from NI LabVIEW software and third-party environments. Users can monitor and interact with these tasks using a run-time editable user interface that includes tools for value forcing, alarm monitoring, I/O calibration, and stimulus profile editing. The software does not require programming and can be customized and extended using various environments including NI LabVIEW, NI TestStand, Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, C/C++, and Python.

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