In the lecture about the plant – after a short coffee break in Berghof red dusk – Peter Deckelmann once again talked about its advantages: Each drive, for example, is freely programmable and the data acquisition takes place with a high number of channels. This was followed by a brief digression of our Powertrain Injector Application (PIA) test module based on NI’s cRIO system. PIA checks whether the injectors in the combustion engine are controlled so that they run optimally and consume as few resources as possible.
Finally, examples of debugging in subpanels with VI were discussed, which was already a topic in previous LVUG meetings.
From our point of view, the 12th meeting of the LabVIEW User Group was a complete success. There were lively discussions and, even after the end of the event, the participants met in small groups to get to know each other better and to exchange information about their specialist areas. Despite all the seriousness, there were also topics on this evening that the participants could laugh about together – for example about the “Flower Power” colors of the brightly colored buttons in the software of the 90s.
On the whole, the event is a great opportunity to exchange experiences, clarify open questions and provide mutual support. Each participant contributes his or her specific expertise and each time has the opportunity to get to know a new company that also uses LabVIEW.
The 13th meeting of the LabVIEW User Group Stuttgart is expected to take place in April/May at Stoll AG in Reutlingen.