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LHP Panthera® RCP Suite- Nominated as a LabVIEW Tools Network Product of the Year

We are proud to announce that LHP Panthera® RCP Suite has been recognized as a 2017 Finalist for LabVIEW Tool Network Product of the Year in the category of Application Enablement.

Help us celebrate this milestone by joining us at Alliance Day, Monday May 22nd, in Austin, Texas. Alliance Day gives you the opportunity to learn about the future of NI technology from renowned keynote speakers, participate in discussions with like-minded engineering and business professionals, and surround yourself with the 2017 finalists and recipients of the LabVIEW Tools Network Product of the Year Award during the lunch and awards ceremony.

Can't make it to Alliance Day? No problem! You’re invited to stop by our company booth at any point during exhibit hours during NI Week from May 22-25 in Austin, Texas. Join us as we demonstrate how we sew the digital thread of data from our LHP Panthera® Prototyping  through our HIL systems, Remote Diagnostics, and Enterprise Analytics capabilities. Understand first-hand how, and where, LHP is able to add value throughout your product’s lifecycle.

Get in touch with our LHP team to see live demos of the Panthera RCP Suite: Simulink on NI hardware at NI Week 2017


Interested in the LHP Panthera® RCP Suite? Visit our page on the NI Tools Network


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