LabVIEW

Software systems are complex, and custom solutions even more so as they are unique.

LabVIEW is a programming language designed to reduce the complexities of writing software. It allows scientists and engineers to focus solely on the complexity of the problem at hand.

Is developing custom software with LabVIEW easy?

Not quite.

There’s still a learning curve that requires training and experience even for moderate programs, and the skills needed to manage and structure larger projects can take years to develop.

 

Our expertise will reduce your risk

We’ll develop custom software for you that works the way you want, and gives you the most productive solution for your situation.

We pride ourselves on being so much more than competent programmers. We don’t just take a specification and turn it into software – we appreciate the bigger picture, taking into account your aims for the whole project and its associated challenges. Most importantly, we’re able to adapt accordingly to whatever we’re working on.

We will work with you to truly understand:

  • The nature of the problem you need to solve;
  • How to give you the best possible outcome in terms of efficacy and cost.
  • Use our experience to offer new ideas and suggest areas where value can be added.
  • Be flexible to the changing needs, priorities and timescales of the project.
  • Involve you and your colleagues as much or as little as desired, depending on whether you plan to manage the system going forward or are just looking for a turnkey solution.

 

"Wiresmith Technology provided an easy working relationship with good feedback on ideas and prompt turnaround times on development. They tracked the work backlog effectively allowing the correct items to be prioritised without losing sight of additional ideas and features.

The complete hardware and software packages offered by NI in conjunction with Wiresmith Technology has increased test efficiency and accuracy. It has also given Lontra the ability to further develop and optimise data analysis simulation techniques for future product design."

Carl Godden, Senior Development Engineer, Lontra

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FAQs

Aren’t Consultants expensive?

It depends on how satisfied you are with the outcome! The initial figures can appear a little daunting so it’s good to know that there are a number of independent expenses that you don’t have to pay when you engage a Consultant:

  • Training course costs;
  • Software licence costs;
  • Costs for additional employee time whilst attending external training and/or investment in self-taught programming.

Typically, we’ll be able to fast-track you to a more valuable solution, more reliably and quicker than a less experienced developer.

 

But what if I want to extend the system in the future?

We always provide you with full source code to the solution and permissive licences to any Wiresmith Technology components used. This means that you are free to continue the work in-house or with another firm in the future.

Of course, we hope that you would come back to us for additional work once an initial project is complete – as many other customers regularly do. Because we give you the source code, you can be sure that this will be competitively priced.

 

What if you’re not familiar with our domain?

We consider ourselves Systems Engineers.

With a comprehensive background in engineering, we’re yet to encounter a domain for which we’ve not been able to resolve any issues – and moreover, then go on to suggest further improvements.

We’re always mindful of your insight and expertise which is why we constantly liaise with you and perform regular demos and testing to make sure we’re on track.

 

How will I know if you’re any good?!

How will I know if you’re any good?!

Requesting external support can be unsettling, particularly when you don’t have expertise in that specific area. We can relate to that as we’ve used external contractors ourselves to support us on languages that we’re less familiar with.

Programming capability is especially hard to capture objectively or through an absolute value, so we would invite you to:

  1. Review our credentials in About Us.
  1. Read our testimonials.
  1. Approach National Instruments and ask them about us. Because of our working relationship with NI, it’s highly likely that your local field engineer will know of us and the quality of our work – and be happy to give you their independent opinion.

Find out how we can help you to complete your unique project faster

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