HIL testing replicates actuality by transmitting real signals into a system from the controller into a simulated product. The controller operates at a typical pattern and does not change its behavior, rehearsing the pretended real-system process. Such a method enables sophisticated and high-risk equipment such as modern aircraft to conduct abundant tests before achieving the required high safety standards. These tests save time, money, and above all, make the equipment safer.
Why is National Instruments the global leader in automated test and measurement solutions? It’s because they continue to develop and produce flexible, reliable tools that are useful for a variety of industries. One such example is National Instruments’ SLSC platform. This product solution was the 2018 winner of an Engineering Impact Award in the Aerospace and Defense category.