LabVIEW Training



LabVIEW trainer certified by National Instruments

n° 100-217-10716


FORMATRONICS offers on-site training specifically suited to your needs and geared for your engineers and technicians.

The main aim is to provide and acquire theoretical and practical knowledge in instrumentation and control-execution processes using the LabVIEW automated system design software.

Continuing Education organization certified by DIRECCTE* n° 277 000 76 370

NI Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer

**Regional Directorate for Enterprises, Competition, Consumers, Work and Employment in the France Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region.

Training main goals
The goal of the training is to acquire the basic fundamentals of G language and of advanced structures in order to develop software for complex process automation.


Target audience
Engineers and technicians who wish to use LabVIEW as a software development environment for instrumentation, control-execution of mechatronic processes, test benching and embedded solutions.


Knowledge in industrial computing or notions in algorithms and structured language e.g. C) development are recommended but not necessary.

A standard LabVIEW training program

1. Introduction to LabVIEW

√ General characteristics

√ Development environment

√ Project management

√ VI components

2. Native data

√ Panel for varying data types

√ Data organization and structure

√ Files or advanced data organization

3. VI basic structure

√ Data flow overview

√ Sequential programming

√ Testing and adjustment elements

√ Use of VI Express functions

4. Software architecture

“While” structure and properties

“For” structure and properties

Conditional structures

Timed loop parameters

Sequential structures

5. Overview of modularity

Utility and advantages

Implementation of a sub-VI

Execution properties

6. HMI and process management

Event structures

Parallelism processing

Synchronization techniques

Designing native models

7. Data acquisition and generation

Overview of materials

Measurement & Automation Explorer

VI Express specifics

DAQmx library

8. Good practices

Development speed

Code modularity and performance

Code readability and documentation

Error management