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Application examples

LabVIEW and Academic RIO work together to offer a comprehensive platform for all of your embedded control and monitoring requirements. These application examples highlight what you can accomplish and will be helpful to jumpstart your own project development.

Screenshot montage of various LabVIEW application VI front panels

Home security system with remote user interface

LabVIEW front panels of the "Home Security System" application: RT target with virtual user interface and PC host remote interface

Real-time audio processor

Headless datalogger (file I/O)

LabVIEW RT block diagram: read a configuration file, measure onboard accelerometer, append to a datalog file

Remote webcam photo logger

LabVIEW block diagram: low-level SMTP VIs constructing and sending an email message with attached image

High-precision waveform measurement

LabVIEW RT front panel: display the measured pulse width measurement in ms and FPGA clock ticks; list of pulse output sources

Call a web service

LabVIEW RT block diagram snippet: Call an API and parse the returned JSON string

Host a web service

LabVIEW RT block diagram snippet: Control onboard LEDs from web form data, return system date/time

TCP and UDP networking: “ping”

LabVIEW front panels: send a message from myRIO to PC host via TCP

TCP and UDP networking: client-server

LabVIEW front panel: TCP server on myRIO showing available IP addresses, client message received, and server message returned