New hardware-in-the-loop simulator available from NI

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NI has developed turnkey HIL simulators built on an open, modular architecture to help embedded software testers maintain quality while handling the demands of shortened schedules, constantly changing test requirements and reduced manpower.

NI systems easily integrate new technologies like camera processing and RF I/O, along with traditional HIL components, into a single system because they are built on open, off-the-shelf hardware and software platforms. Unlike existing approaches, this adaptability lets engineers keep pace with advancing technologies like advanced driver assistance systems, system electrification and advanced sensor integration. With HIL simulators from NI, test engineers can now choose a turnkey test system based on open, industry-standard platforms rather than having to decide between closed, unadaptable test systems or building the entire system from the ground up.

August 9, 2016

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