News Highlights:
• Pitsco develops miniSystems to increase learning potential of National Instrument’s low-cost data-acquisition tool, myDAQ.
• MiniSystems provide learning experiences in data analysis and LabVIEW software, a standard engineering language useful for students interested in pursuing engineering.

News Release, May 1, 2013 – A complete and functional closed-loop system that encourages high school and college students to experiment arrives with a down-to-earth price tag.

National Instruments created the myDAQ data-acquisition hardware to provide an affordable way for students to measure and analyze scientific data. MiniSystems, which connect to a myDAQ and use LabVIEW for Education software, are small models of real-world closed-loop...

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