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Design and Prototype

From Simulation to Real-World Scenarios

Engineers and scientists working on the cutting edge face ever-increasing system and technology complexity and an accelerating pace of change. Across academia, government, and industry, the next breakthrough not only requires innovative ideas and engineering, but also the right tools and partnerships. Prototyping tools that enable rapid advancement from concept through development to demonstration are key to delivering world-changing, next-generation technology.

NI Commitment

Enabling Future Technology and Designs

Whether for fundamental research or new product R&D, NI’s software-defined approach provides the flexibility and scalability to enable technological advances. Our ecosystem of partners and integration with third-party tools facilitate faster startup so researchers can spend more time innovating.

We chose NI hardware and software due to compatibility and ease of initial setup. These solutions also deliver the greatest flexibility for future equipment developments within the laboratories.

Dr. Bradley Keogh

University of Southampton

Harness Insight from Your Data

Making the most of data from experiments and test runs can accelerate discovery and optimize designs. The NI Connect keynote emphasized the importance of data and how NI’s software-connected approach unlocks the power of test—from early research to the production floor and beyond.

Boosting Spectral Efficiency

Discover how researchers at the University of Bristol and Lund University partnered with NI to set world records in 5G wireless spectral efficiency using massive MIMO.