Run LabVIEW on Microcontrollers

November 15, 2021, 20:00 – 20:45 UTC
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Introducing picoG, a free (open source) tool for deploying G Dataflow (LabVIEW) code to microcontrollers!

Now, you can use the free NI G Web Development Software Community Edition (formerly LabVIEW NXG Web Module) to deploy G code to a RaspberryPi Pico microcontroller! picoG uses a port of the NI Vireo open source runtime engine for (a subset of) LabVIEW.

Today picoG supports the RPi Pico and, with your help, we can expand it to other great targets like ESP32s and the new Pi Zero 2 W!

Derrick Bommarito

I like playing with all the LabVIEW features DNatt says to avoid which hopefully makes me chaotic good. I like making tooling for developers, poking at the darker corners of LabVIEW (Channels, XNodes, VIMs) and generating the eventual bug reports, and experimenting with architecture and API design in LabVIEW.

Currently work at NI in the support organization providing assistance on cases for LabVIEW, TestStand, RIO, RT, Web, and a smattering of other products.

Jim Kring

I've been using LabVIEW for ~25 years and while I've written a book, started a company, and created many tools/applications in LabVIEW; I still have a lot I'd like to learn and accomplish. I love the LabVIEW community of scientists, engineers, and other tech types who are trying to make a positive difference and work together for the benefit of everyone!

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