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Manufacturer of machine vision systems. We are a machine vision supplier from Japan with over ten years' experience, and more than 30,000 installations outside Japan. Our goal is to provide the best solutions from installation to support our customers. We have 6 types of main machine unit based on inspection goal. The same software runs into all models. Offering hardware compatibility for cameras for long term use. There are over 60 inspection tools including general purpose and specific application tools as a default in all VTV-9000 models with high processing speed. No programming required and easy to set up for beginners. ViSCO can handle ranging from VGA to 29M pixel camera.
TechShop, a DIY workshop and fabrication studio with locations around the US, celebrated its one-year anniversary this weekend in the Chandler Innovation Center at Arizona State University (ASU).
NI CVS-1459RT delivers quad-core Intel Atom Processor, USB 3.
The PXIe-6345, PXIe-6355, PXIe-6365 and PXIe-6375 are NI's first high-density data acquisition devices on PXI Express.
We’re excited to announce the 21 recipients of our 2014 Global Supplier Awards.
The NI CVS-1457RT device is packed with features such as dual Power over Ethernet GigE Vision ports, deterministic Ethernet camera triggering and FPGA-enabled I/O.
For the third consecutive year, the Great Place to Work® Institute has ranked National Instruments among the top 25 multinational companies to work for in the world.
Attend this free, one-day, technology and innovation conference for access to technology leaders, visionary keynotes, 50 technical sessions, 10 hands-on workshops, and an exhibition hall showcasing the latest advancements in design, control, and test.
For the first time ever, the global NIDays graphical system design conference is coming to four major US cities this fall: Boston, Chicago, San Jose, and Washington, DC.
NIWeek 2013 is about to take off! One of the best parts of NIWeek is the keynote presentations.
At last week’s Conference of the Society for Machinery Failure Prevention Technology (MFPT) conference, an NI presence on the Society’s Board of Directors was unanimously approved.
Wouldn’t it be great if your home’s air-conditioning unit warned you it needed maintenance instead of just shutting down in the middle of a 100-degree day? National Instruments recently partnered with a company that could make these alerts a reality in future homes – just like a car’s “Check Engine” light.
Partnership brings complete best-in-class solutions and support to global markets and industries RADFORD, VA – Kollmorgen announces that National Instruments (NI) is now a global reseller of Kollmorgen motion control products.
If your calendar isn’t already marked to attend this unique event where the NI technical community truly comes to life, it should be.
National Instruments works toward the long-term success of its employees and society through four focus areas of corporate responsibility: Empowering engineers and scientists, inspiring and preparing the innovators of tomorrow, fostering an open and innovative work environment for all employees, and minimizing the company’s environmental impact.
MoviMED, a motion and vision system integration specialist with more than 45 combined man-years of experience with NI products, has been named a Vision Specialty Alliance Partner.
National Instruments (Nasdaq: NATI) today announced the promotion of Eric Starkloff to senior vice president of marketing.
The NI Technical Symposium features hands-on training, presentations from NI engineers, new technology demonstrations and interactive exhibitions with NI Alliance Partners.
NIWeek 2012 hosted more than 3,500 attendees, including nearly 600 NI Alliance Partners.
NI Penang to Become the Company’s Largest R&D Center Outside of NI Headquarters KUALA LUMPUR – National Instruments, a global technology company that began operations in Malaysia in 2009 with an $80 million capital investment, today announced plans for a significant expansion of the research and development (R&D) center in Penang.
White House Science and Technology Office advisor and Georgia Institute of Technology professor, Dr.