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  1. Do you just program, or do you also provide other services?
  2. What version of LabVIEW™ or NI Vision™ do you use?
  3. If LabVIEW so easy to use, why would we need Agile Engineering?
  4. Do you program in other languages like C#?
  5. Do you work out of state or out of the country?

Do you just program, or do you also provide other services?

Programming in LabVIEW is the core of our business, however, do also integrate hardware associated with the function of that program. This can be as simple as wiring up sensors to a signal conditioning board, to as complicated as designing, building, and testing an Automated Test System. For more information, see Services.

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What version of LabVIEW™ or do you use?

We prefer to use the latest versions, but we can also program in older versions.  For example, several of our clients use LabVIEW version 7.1.  That's not a problem for us.  To be clear, some capabilities will be lost by not using the latest version.  But if you choose not to upgrade because of cost considerations or concerns about "breaking" legacy code, we can program in previous versions for you.

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If it's so easy to use, why would we need Agile?

LabVIEW basics are easy.  It is designed to easily set up a simple data acquisition program or simple control.  But as project requirements increase, "simple" is no longer sufficient.  For example, a chemist or motor controls expert could be leaders in their field, but they might not have the programming training or experience to quickly develop reliable, maintainable, or scalable code. 

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Do you program in other languages like C#?

Not currently.  Our focus right now is on LabVIEW with its extensions like NI Vision.

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Do you work out of state or out of the country?

No.  Currently our service area is the Cleveland-Akron region in Northeast Ohio.

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