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LabVIEW - History, Applications, Current Trends and Perspectives

Riccardo de Asmundis

INFN Sezione di Napoli

Dr. de Asmundis is a Certified LabVIEW Developer (CLD) and a Certified Professional Instructor (CPI) for the National Instruments Company (Austin, Texas). He is a member of International collaborations in high-energy physics and a member of the Km3NET collaboration. His outstanding H-index 100, numerous technical reviews, and authorship of over 1060 publications are strong indicators of his high merit as a prominent researcher working on the field of particle physics.

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#LabVIEW Industry #LabVIEW Automation #LabVIEW Automotive #LabVIEW Motion #LabVIEW Monitoring #LabVIEW Control #LabVIEW Real-time #LabVIEW Modeling #LabVIEW Data Analysis #LabVIEW Graphical Application #LabVIEW Education #LabVIEW University

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National Instruments’ LabVIEW can be considered as a reference point nowadays for Engineers and Scientists all around the world. Employed as a specific solution and normally coupled with NI-made or third-part hardware, or in conjunction with additional software, there is almost no laboratory or industry, which does not adopt LabVIEW as a standard.
LabVIEW is often erroneously considered as a simple tool to acquire, process and display data. On the contrary, it should be considered for what it really is: an extremely powerful and complete Programming Language. Despite its intuitive interface, LabVIEW needs to be carefully understood and its development techniques must be acquired and well known to develop professional applications, which are robust, readable, scalable and maintainable.

The present book welcomes topics as: LabVIEW in the Industry, in Automotive and Motion, In Monitoring and Controls, In Modelling and in the Educational Domain. The use of LabVIEW in Automotive as for in the Motion domain in general, underwent a big growth during last years so it is worth to dedicate a special section to this topic. A particular section, furthermore, is devoted to the Monitoring and Control Applications, in which Real-time Applications and FPGA programming, or Applications using the Datalogging and Supervisory Control Module are considered.

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Riccardo de Asmundis

INFN Sezione di Napoli

Riccardo de Asmundis is a Physicist, graduated at the Napoli University “Federico II” in 1987, with a mark of 110/110 cum laude. Dr. de Asmundis is currently a Senior Researcher in Napoli Section of the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN, www.infn.it), and a contract Professor at Naples University “Federico II”, Department of Physics for teaching “Microprocessors and embedded systems” since 2015. In the past, he taught Computer Architecture, Automatic Measurements and Data Acquisition systems at the Information Technology Department of the University 'Federico II”. He has been a Certified LabVIEW Developer (CLD) and a Certified Professional Instructor (CPI) for the National Instruments Company (Austin, Texas) since 2004, and he is in charge of teaching LabVIEW and Data Acquisition at the National Instruments Italy as a freelancer. Dr. de Asmundis is a member of International collaborations in high-energy physics, previously for the L3 Experiment and currently in the ATLAS Experiment at CERN. He spent several years at CERN, in designing, testing and implementing particle detectors, data acquisition, and monitoring systems. He has been also an expert and responsible for technical infrastructures for detectors and big experimental installations (such as power supply systems for low and high voltage, gas supply systems, even as designer engineer). He is currently a member of the Km3NET collaboration, where he carried on research relative to innovative photon detectors of astroparticle physics. Dr. de Asmundis is an author of more than 1060 publications on international reviews in the high-energy physics and technical reviews (Physics Letters B, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, Nuclear Instruments and Methods, Journal of Instrumentation, National Instruments conference proceedings, etc.). He has been an author of ten presentations in national and international Conferences. He has been the editor for scientific publications of the “Scientifica Acta” (Pavia, Italy) and IntechOpen (Croatia). With a passion for music and electronic musical instruments, he is the owner of an electronic lab (Jurias, www.jurias.it) for resurrecting and restoration of any kind of electronic equipment related to music: keyboards, synthesizers, organs, HiFi and HiEnd systems and different audio equipment. He is currently studying and playing classical piano.

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