In the first article in this series, the reader learned how to build, compile, and deploy a very simple LabVIEW VI (virtual instrument) and run it on the National Instruments’ (NI) MyRIO unit, controlling it through a USB cable connected to a host PC running LabVIEW 2015. In this second article, we will take that first simple VI and build and deploy it as an embedded program which will not require a host PC to be connected to the MyRIO after it has been deployed.
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