As you already know, ReadyDAQ is developing a program for real-time systems. ReadyDAQ for real-time will be based on the LabVIEW Real-Time Module which is a solution for creating reliable, stand-alone embedded systems with a graphical programming approach. In other words, it is an additional tool to the already existing LabVIEW development environment. This module helps you develop and debug graphical applications that you can download to and execute on embedded hardware devices such as CompactRIO, CompactDAQ, PXI, vision systems, or third-party PCs.

Why should you consider real-time module? Well, there are three advantages that will change your mind:

1. Stretch out LabVIEW Graphical Programming to Stand-Alone Embedded Systems 

LabVIEW Real-Time incorporates worked in builds for multithreading and real-time string planning to help you productively compose strong, deterministic code. Graphically program remain solitary frameworks to run dependably for developed periods. ReadyDAQ Real-time has utilized this choice splendidly and it is actualized in the arrangement we offer. 

2. Exploit a Real-Time OS for Precise Timing and High Reliability 

Universally useful OSs are not enhanced to run basic applications with strict planning necessities. LabVIEW Real-Time underpins NI installed equipment that runs either the NI Linux Real-Time, VxWorks, or Phar Lap ETS real-time OS (RTOS). 

3. Utilize a Wide Variety of IP and Real-Time Hardware Drivers 

Utilize several prewritten LabVIEW libraries, similar to PID control and FFT, in your remain solitary frameworks. Real-time equipment drivers and LabVIEW APIs are likewise accommodated most NI I/O modules, empowering deterministic data obtaining.

According to the points made above, you realize that real-time module can only bring benefit for you and your company. In the upcoming weeks, you can read about common problems user experience using LabVIEW Real-time module as well as solutions to those problems from our professional LabVIEW experts.

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