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Messaging middleware supports LabVIEW apps

Posted: 14 Aug 2008     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:messaging middleware  low-latency  LabVIEW  RTI Data Distribution Service 

Lockheed Martin's Maritime Security & Ship Systems and Real-Time Innovations (RTI) announced a joint effort to provide a low-latency messaging middleware solution for National Instruments LabVIEW applications.

With Lockheed Martin's Middleware Adapter to RTI Data Distribution Service, system designers and application developers using LabVIEW programming can incorporate low-latency messaging middleware into their designs as visual components ready to connect to other LabVIEW components. Users can now generate code in LabVIEW from models to provide data acquisition and integration into networked applications, thereby extending messaging capabilities of applications built using LabVIEW.

Engineers can build real-time applications visually in LabVIEW by using predefined blocks representing high-level system operations and providing for data flow through configuration of connector lines between those blocks. To take advantage of the RTI Data Distribution Service middleware and adapters, engineers can construct customised blocks that can be integrated into the LabVIEW environment in building applications. This enables engineers to leverage the power of the LabVIEW environment to display complex data graphically to users.

Both Lockheed Martin and RTI supplement the Middleware Adapter with professional services that focus on complex system development and integration. Development teams seeking to use RTI Data Distribution Service can employ these services to architect their systems, create essential features and gain in-house expertise.





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