Engineers can create complete, customised systems with the additional hardware that works with LabView Real-Time 6i, a graphical programming environment. With added measurement integration such as the PXI/CompactPCI serial and motion plug-in modules, engineers have the flexibility to build a wide spectrum of embedded, real-time systems. With the RTY Series PXI now able to use serial and motion control modules, engineers can access peripheral systems via serial connections, and integrate real-time motion with data acquisition, analysis and other tasks.
The software is also said to enable engineers to create more efficient control application with patent-pending point-by-point analysis routines. The libraries improve processing speed within control loops by using a memory of past input data and continuously adapting to new data to perform signal analysis.
In addition, LabView Real-Time 6i makes networking communication transparent with its Data Socket, a high level networking technology. Engineers can more easily set up an intelligent distributed network of measurement nodes.