A licensing agreement has made approximately $100,000 in software available for free to UNL faculty, staff and students.
The agreement between National Instruments and the College of Engineering includes more than 50 types of LabVIEW software, ranging from tools on measurement and data management to robotics and signal processing.
David Jones, associate dean of engineering, said UNL faculty, staff and students can access and use the software for academic studies and non-commercial research purposes.
Jones said the software is highly regarded in scientific testing circles.
To access the National Instruments software, go to http://go.unl.edu/labview and select “Research” or the “Student” option. Access requires logging into the UNL website.
The agreement was made by the College of Engineering, with assistance from the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, and the College of Arts and Sciences’ Extreme Light Lab.
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