* View pinouts for any NI DAQ device
* Bookmark devices for quick access later
* Open the NI support page for additional manuals, specifications, and documentation
* Internet access for viewing the NI support page
Data Everywhere is the improved version of Test Panels in the "Measurement & Automation" program:
It helps monitoring remote devices, simplify fast device status check, edits its configuration and changes analog and digital output values of managed devices.
Data Everywhere communicates with "Data Everywhere server" (http://www.toolsforsmartminds.com/products/data_everywhere.php) that handles one or more acquisition devices and publishes device's data to all active connections.
A device is a physical board which can do one or more of the following activities:
• acquiring analog data
• acquiring digital data
• generating analog data
• generating digital data
Data Everywhere can handle many National Instruments devices with different interfaces: USB, PCI, PCI-e, and Ethernet.
For more informations or to buy Data Everywhere-server look at the site http://www.toolsforsmartminds.com/products/data_everywhere.php
SCCT Development Team
EC2, S3, Route 53, ELB, RDS, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, CloudFormation, DynamoDB, Auto Scaling, and AWS OpsWorks customers can use the app to browse resources and view configuration details, metrics, and alarms. Management functionality is supported for EC2, RDS, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, DynamoDB, Auto Scaling, and AWS OpsWorks. Service Health Dashboard notifications provide real-time information on service availability, and users with billing and CloudWatch permissions can monitor total estimated service charges.
The AWS Console mobile app requires an existing AWS account. Simply create an identity using your account credentials and select your region in the menu. The app lets you stay signed in to multiple identities at once. Note that if you sign in with an AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) user account, you need to use the account alias that was included in the email address from your administrator. If you use AWS Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), we recommend using either a hardware MFA device or a virtual MFA on a separate mobile device for the greatest level of account protection.
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• acquires images from smartphone back camera
• acquires signals from smartphone embedded sensors: accelerometers, gyroscopes, etc.
• acquires GPS position
• simulates 4 digital inputs that user can use as triggers or stimulus for existing acquisition bench.
• user can select which sensors have to be acquired by iDaq
Data Logger for Smartphone can be used in conjunction with iDaq 2015 only. iDaq 2015 is a professional solution for data logging capable to acquire data streams from heterogeneous device families: from low cost DAQ cards, USB cameras and smartphones up to high end solutions based on CompactDAQ and CompactRIO systems. iDaq 2015 is available at the following link: http://www.idaq-datalogger.com
devices and bi-directional communication between LabVIEW and smartphones. Use LabVIEW free server to syncronize sensor data acquisition. start/stop data acquisition from your smartphone. display data charts on LabVIEW server.
Download a free copy af LabVIEW server from http://www.toolsforsmartminds.com/products/SCCT_demostration.php
Toy Cars demo permits to drive a toy cars on a race track. Client application can use two commands to drive the toy cars: “+” and “-”. These commands permits you to spped up and slow down the toy cars, respectively.
Through signals received from the acquisition device, server application sends to clients the following information: time of the last lap time, RPM evaluation, and car state (on track or not on track).
To control your racetrack with a smartphone you need:
A National Instruiments acquisition device
Some electrical components. Visit http://toolsforsmartminds.com/dynamic/Toy_cars_demo_introduction.php for more details
You can take a look at the tecnical specification to try to build your own client and to see how easy is build an app like this with SCCT: http://www.toolsforsmartminds.com/pdf/SCS%20-%20technical%20specifications.pdf
SCS stand-alone application is available for free download at: http://www.toolsforsmartminds.com/case-studies/SCS/simulator.zip
SCS server with Installer and LabVIEW Runtime Engine is available for free download at: http://www.toolsforsmartminds.com/case-studies/SCS/SCS-simulator+installer.zip
An introduction to SCCT libraries is available in the SCCT White paper at the following link: http://www.toolsforsmartminds.com/pdf/White%20paper%20SCCT.pdf
This utility requires a LabVIEW application freely available at http://toolsforsmartminds.com/labview-android-iOs-HTML5-speed-test.php. At that address you can also download the source code of Android client and LabVIEW server.
If you do not have the National Instruments Run-time Engine for LabVIEW 2010 installed, you can download the server+Installer+runtime-engine at the same page.
- Launch the LabVIEW server.
- Run the Android app and use the credentials indicated in the left upper part of server program.
With SCCT you can transfer continuously, real-time data from a LabVIEW system to a smart-phone/tablet.
SCCT for Android Lite Edition is a FREE Communication library available at http://toolsforsmartminds.com/products/labview_android.php
This demo, built with SCCT (Smartphone & Cross-platform Communication Toolkit) library, shows high potentiality of data exchange between Visi-Trak monitoring and process control systems for Die Casting machines and mobile devices (smartphones and tablets).