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Model-Based Design Expert Redefines Image

By Alex Thatcher
July 31, 2015

Category • General

LHP Software, a leading provider of embedded electronic controls systems, development products, and engineering processes that streamline operations in engineering organizations, today announced it has changed its name to LHP Engineering Solutions. The name underscores the companys focus on driving customers forward by meeting embedded control challenges head-on with an engineering toolkit of resources. For the last two decades, LHP Engineering Solutions teams have led the industry in model-based design applications, creating embedded electronic control solutions for the countrys emerging and most influential automotive leaders as they approach aggressive growth or sustain high-volume operations. The automotive experts at LHP Engineering Solutions can apply the intricate engineering solutions that serve the automotive industry to complex challenges in other industries like medical devices, power generation, oil and gas, and the broader transportation industry. To keep up with the


Exhibiting New Products at NIWeek 2015

By Sandeep Dosanjh
July 30, 2015

Category • General

We are pleased to announce LHPs participation in the 21st annual NIWeek, the worlds leading graphical system design conference and exhibition, hosted by National Instruments. LHP Engineering Solutions will be in Austin, Texas August 3-6 showcasing our new products and connecting with customers. At NI week participators can listen to keynote speakers, participate in interactive demonstrations, and learn about the latest technology to accelerate productivity for software-defined systems in test, measurement, and control. National Instruments hosts 3,200 of the worlds brightest engineers, educators, and scientists, during their week-long event. This Year we will be introducing our new Panthera RCP Suite Software and Rapid Prototyping Unit. The Panthera Blockset provides embedded systems engineers an environment to develop real-time controls algorithms with MathWorks Simulink using the Panthera Blockset and immediately deploy to National Instruments hardware. LHP/RPU allows Run real-time