LabVIEW User Group
December 11, 2018
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
1645 Energy Park Dr
St Paul, Minnesota United States
Enhance your NI LabVIEW development skills and network with other LabVIEW users in your area.
Maze Coding Challenge
This quarter's coding challenge is a Maze Solver. Using the given maze image, can you get from the beginning to the end? See the forum post for challenge details
As an encore to Andy’s LUG award presentation of 2015, Andy Killorin, a seventh grader from Eden Prairie Central Middle School (and his assistant, Eric Schaffer, of Saint Bernard Engineering), will give a presentation on Autonomous Cars. In addition to an overview of autonomous cars and critique of a Tesla system, Andy will demonstrate an autonomous robot mimicking an autonomous car. He will be using an EV3 robot will ultrasonic sensing, programmed in LabVIEW with a module designed to run Lego Mindstorms. He will discuss his algorithms and the LabVIEW code he developed to run the robot.
During this meeting, you:
- Enhance your core LabVIEW skills
- Discuss the latest LabVIEW technologies
- Meet with peers and share questions, examples, and challenges
Who Benefits from Attending
Local networks of LabVIEW developers share ideas and example code during LabVIEW User Group meetings. Whether you are new to LabVIEW or a longtime wireworker, this meeting presents a unique way to build your LabVIEW skills and network with your peers in your area. Bring your challenges and questions to this meeting.