NI (National Instruments)
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ST. LOUIS. Emerson officials announced that the company has closed its acquisition of automated, military and commercial test and measurement system provider NI, at an equity value of $8.2 billion. NI will now become a segment within Emerson called Test & Measurement and will be consolidated into the Emerson Software and Control group. The Test & Measurement business will still be headquartered in Austin, Texas. NI reported $1.66 billion in 2022 revenue.
LONDON. It's been four years since I was last here, having missed the first event post-COVID in 2021, but I found this year’s DSEI the best one I’ve attended in terms of activity among embedded electronics suppliers, success in terms of our daily newsletter from the show, and the most smooth experience I’ve ever had in terms of getting to and from the show each day.
LONDON, England. NI will feature its latest products and solutions at the upcoming DSEI event in London, focusing on software-defined radio products, with options aligned to OpenCPI and OpenVPX standards, as well as its new T&E Scenario Generator demonstrator, according to a company statement.
AUSTIN, Texas. NI has announced upgrades to its third-generation PXI Vector Signal Transceiver (VST), the PXIe-5842, which is used for radio frequency testing, the company announced in a statement.
Designers of test and measurement systems for military applications such as radar and electronic warfare (EW) are stepping up to use artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to enable better testing of cognitive functionality. Meanwhile, modern digital architecture adoption is driving military test requirements.
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), a unified standard for security introduced by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), is bringing about a cultural shift within engineering and test organizations.
INTERNATIONAL MICROWAVE SYMPOSIUM--IMS 2022, DENVER. NI is demonstrating a new fast convergence cross-correlation measurement technique to provide superior error vector magnitude (EVM) performance with wireless local area network (WLAN) signals at this week's IMS in Denver.