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Join LHP at NIWeek 2016

LHP will be at the 22nd annual NIWeek, the world’s leading graphical system design conference and exhibition, hosted by National Instruments, where you can get hands-on training on the LHP Rapid Controls Prototyping Evaluation Kit utilizing LHP Panthera® RCP Suite.

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You will be up and running your own control models in no time. The kit includes a trial of the LHP Panthera RCP Suite, NI controller hardware, example Simulink models, and step-by-step instructions so you can get started right away. You will have the ability to explore the full potential of the Panthera RCP Suite and NI hardware in order to begin to define and specify your custom-engineered rapid prototyping system.


LHP will be hosting two break-out sessions:

- Building a Rapid Control Prototyping System for Engine Research and Development:

·Tuesday, August 2nd at 4:45 PM- room E


- Hands-On: Panthera Training Workshop

·Wednesday, August 3rd at 10:30 AM- room 18C


Visit us at our booth #232 to catch a live demo of our Evaluation Kit and/or get hands on training for building and deploying models on NI c-RIO hardware. If you are unable visit our booth (#232) but want to learn more about how LHP leverages our extensive MBD capabilities across the entire V-Model, please contact platform@lhpes.com . To learn more about NIWeek, visit ni.com/niweek.


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