Case study: Drivven prototypes FPGA-based engine control system using NI technology
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‘Drivven prototypes FPGA-based engine control system using NI CompactRIO’
Drivven, a provider of automotive control and data acquisition technology, has used CompactRIO hardware and Labview software from National Instruments (NI) to prototype an engine control system for a 2004 Yamaha YZF-R6 motorcycle.
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