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We love LabVIEW.

I hate to say it, but I really do. Sure it’s not perfect for every job, but then again what programming language is? Graphical. Data Flow. Parallel. LabVIEW is perfect for what we do at Erdos Miller, and what we do is work with clients to bring amazing engineering creations to life in surprisingly short amounts of time. We don’t enjoy developing programming languages, or frameworks; we enjoy building the final application. The application that once complete makes a difference in the world. It allows a company to become more competitive or allows an application to live that wasn’t once possible.

 

We love LabVIEW. We love working with great clients. And we want toLabVIEW Consulting - Certified Architect Logo do it more often. 

 

Today we’re introducing two new services to allow our clients to tap into our LabVIEW expertise even easier. No more sales guys, no more proposals, just quick unfiltered access to LabVIEW consulting with none of the business language in between you and getting something done. We will now deliver LabVIEW-based consulting services directly through our website in one-hour and four-hour increments. Once you purchase this service on the web-site, an Erdos Miller LabVIEW programming expert can help you with your application within 24 hours. We're not talking about, “did you try turning it off and on again?” , but "we’ve been in the trenches and know what you’re trying to achieve, and if it were really as simple as rebooting it, you would have already done it."

What is the LabVIEW Consulting great for?

We can help review your code. We can give you pointers as to where some data might be getting lost or what architecture would be ideal for your application.

We can give you some insight into a deep problem. We can’t write code that will run a fusion generator in 4 hours, but we can help you get on the right path.

Is it me or is it them? We can help you identify the root of the issue. Is your code misbehaving, or is it the underlying platform or equipment?

We can write a small code snippet for you: an example, get you setup with a hardware driver, a small part of your application. Don’t have experience with a protocol like WITS? How about a tool like the Actor Framework? We can train you.

Just keep in mind, we can do more in four hours than one. And while we can’t promise we will solve your problem in this block, we can guarantee that we will provide you value and get you closer to a solution.

How does all of this work?

For the one-hour LabVIEW consulting service we work entirely remotely. We will work with you remotely through screen sharing and over the phone. We love TeamViewer (www.teamviewer.com) for screen sharing. It’s simple, fast and secure.

For the four-hour service, we can work remotely, at your site, or ours. For on-site support, we’re only offering this LabVIEW service in the Houston, Texas area and surrounding cities for now.

How does this compare to NI’s support?

National Instruments offers great help for their products, and we highly suggest that you use their tech support (http://www.ni.com/en-us/support.html) for NI platform specific problems. However, we seek to provide a very broad level of support and have familiarity with many application architectures, common coding problems, 3rd party hardware and 3rd party tools. We suggest you reach out to NI first and if you’re still stuck then call on us.

Ready to get LabVIEW Support? Visit our tools page

Still have questions? Contact us

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