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2008-08-11 NI, LEGO to tap robotics platform for students
NI and LEGO are pursuing their concerted efforts in promoting educational robotics with the new LEGO Education WeDo classroom robotics platform.
2006-01-09 NI, LEGO cooperate for robotics tools
National Instruments and the LEGO Group announced their collaborative development of the software component to the next generation of LEGO MINDSTORMS robotics.
2007-09-05 New LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT software supports Vista
National Instruments and the LEGO Group has released the latest software update for the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT robotics invention system, that now supports Windows Vista OS and Intel-based Macintosh computers.
2016-05-13 Lego-like electronic bricks redefines 'playing with blocks'
The chrome-plated bricks from Brixo Smart Toys can conduct electricity, integrate active parts such as LED lights, motor blocks, and even sound, light and proximity sensors.
2009-03-05 Free IAR Workbench supports LEGO Mindstorms
IAR Systems is offering a free version of IAR Embedded Workbench compiler and debugger for programming the NXT Intelligent Brick in the LEGO Mindstorms robotic building system.
2006-09-18 NI launches 20th anniversary edition of LabVIEW
National Instruments recently launched LabVIEW 8.20, extending the popular graphical programming platform with communications design and simulation test tools for telecom design and test engineers.
2006-12-22 NI LabVIEW toolkit rolls for MINDSTORMS NXT
NI has released the NI LabVIEW toolkit for the next generation of the robotics invention systemLEGO MINDSTORMS NXT.
2013-05-09 Why stitch and ship is no longer workable
As the systems change, the stitch and ship methodology is leading to increased numbers of costly failures.
2014-07-29 Utilising ASOS for the Internet of Things (Part 2)
The second instalment of this series focuses on creating the SynthOS project file, which is a text file defined by the user and has the name project.sop.
2014-07-17 Utilising ARM Cortex-M based SoCs (Part 1)
Learn how internal SoC peripherals, such as an op-amp, ADC, PWM, and most importantly a processor core, are used to develop a system with the least number of components on the PCB.
2003-06-16 The magical world of DSP
The generation, processing, storage and transmission of signals from a diversity of origins to a diversity of reception has been enabled by miraculous advances in the semiconductor industry.
2002-08-07 Startup puts Bluetooth transceiver into Game Boy
A small startup in the U.S. has tucked a Bluetooth RF transceiver and protocol-translation FPGA into a cartridge format compatible with the Nintendo Game Boy Color and Advance platforms.
2014-11-17 Samsung reveals new development projects
Digital health was one of four growth areas in which Samsung rolled out new software developer kits, seeking to build ecosystems around its smartphones and tablets.
2014-05-27 Roombots take a 'Transformer' spin on furniture design
The project examines the concept of modular robotics to use as building blocks for adaptive furniture, which moves, and changes its shape and functionality depending on the user's specification.
2007-02-01 Robotics Studio expected to spawn various apps
Microsoft Corp. rolled out a commercial version of its Robotics Studio application development environment, hoping it will be a catalyst for activity in robotics.
2014-05-02 Project Ara oils the works for standardisation
While Google's platform has gotten a wave of attention and support for reasons involving design empowerment and ecosystem expansion, Project Ara Head Paul Emerenko emphasised that the platform pursues the increasing standardisation of electronics design.
2014-08-28 Project Ara is nothing but a science project, says critic
Blogger and senior analyst Richard Windsor said he believes Google has the resources to clear the engineering hurdles involved in making the device a reality, only the economic issues are unrealistic.
2007-11-08 Physical sensors drive MEMS consumerization wave (Part 2)
ST's Benedetto Vigna notes that we are now living in the era of MEMS consumerization where mic, motion and pressure sensors are the main actors and he believes this trend will continue for the next five years.
2016-01-06 NXP brings the word 'easy' to smart home set-up
Included in NXP's smart home solutions are production-ready modules and reference designs for smart lighting, smoke detection, motion sensing, home gateways and many other smart home applications.
2015-06-09 Nothing left to be invented in embedded control (Part 3)
In Part 3, we explore a few more examples of core independent peripherals; combining their functionality with analogue peripherals to create new intelligent analogue solutions.
2015-05-21 Nothing left to be invented in embedded control (Part 1)
Thankfully, it is far from truth that there is nothing left to be invented in the realm of embedded control. This series looks into the various innovations occurring right now in front of our eyes.
2007-02-16 NI: The future of test is virtual
For National Instruments, virtual instrumentation and graphical system design are the answer as these two "empower local talent and allow engineers to add their domain expertise to the economy and their organization."
2008-03-14 NI: Path leads to parallel for test and measurement
Actions, computing and instructions occurring simultaneously are increasingly common requirements in today's world, as evidenced by the unstoppable migration from single-core to multicore processors in PCs. This new paradigmthe Parallel Shiftbrings a huge challenge to test engineers: the marriage of parallelism with computing, and in related applications of measurement and control.
2004-07-19 NI launches RoboLab session for schoolteachers
Representatives of National Instruments (NI) and The University of Texas College of Engineering have presented the second session of a summer training program for schoolteachers planning to integrate engineering fundamentals and robotics into their curricula.
2012-04-04 NI execs' enthusiasm undimmed
National Instruments co-founders James Truchard and Jeff Kodosky sat down with EE Times to talk about the past 35 years since they formed NI.
2007-10-01 NI cooks up ideas for next LabView
National Instruments Corp. co-founder and idea man Jeff Kodosky is envisioning three major improvements to LabView after the release of the tool's ver 8.5.
2006-08-17 NI celebrates 20th anniversary of LabVIEW with new edition
National Instruments recently unveiled LabVIEW 8.20, the 20th anniversary edition of its LabVIEW graphical system design platform.
2007-08-16 Next-gen embedded designs demand parallel test
Today's embedded devices are more functionally rich than the designs of the past. Thus, traditional test methods no longer suffice. For next-generation embedded designs, parallel test brings in more effective measurement.
2013-02-12 MEMS2015 pushes next level sensor, actuator dev't
The new development methods for MEMS are expected to substantially increase the opportunities for widespread use of MEMS in the professional and security-relevant segments.
2015-04-06 MediaTek aims at cross-device sharing
In a demonstration in its headquarters, MediaTek shows off CrossMount, a wireless technology to unify Internet of Things devices, and says it will be offering it to third-party software developers.
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