Our engineering solutions help instructors challenge students to apply their knowledge to hands-on, interactive activities. With these solutions, students use data-collection technology to analyze different engineering designs and concepts, evaluate structure and material strength, and much more.
Give your students the strong foundation they need to excel in engineering. Our hands-on solutions challenge students to use engineering design process to build and test bridges, build a solar charger to meet certain design criteria, and more.
Introduce civil, mechanical, and electrical engineering concepts by designing and testing turbine blades.
Evaluate structure and material strength by measuring load and deflection, then graphing the resulting data in real time.
Use Vernier sensors with Arduino to introduce students to programming, design, measurement, and hands-on projects.
Read how David Carter, an instructor at Kansas State University, Engineering Extension, uses wind energy in Introduction to Mechanical Engineering 101.
Help your engineering students understand and apply sensor technology through our measurement and instrumentation solutions.
With wireless options and multiple on-board sensors, Go Direct sensors are perfect for analyzing and studying physiology functions.
Integrate over 50 wireless sensors into LabVIEW projects or combine sensors with SensorDAQ®, NI myDAQ, or NI ELVIS.
Sample sketches, an Arduino library, activity book, an online guide make it easy to connect Vernier sensors to Arduino microcontrollers.
Read how Mikolaj (Nick) Mroszczak, a mechanical engineering student at Cardiff University, developed a web-connected medical monitor using Vernier sensors during his internship at National Instruments.
Foster an interest in engineering through coding, robotics, renewable energy exploration, and structural design and material science. See how these proven outreach tools can help students engage in the engineering community and build a strong foundation for their academic and professional careers.
Incorporate hands-on activities into your community engagement projects by challenging students to design and test wind turbines.
Read how Maija Benitz, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Engineering at Roger Williams University (RWU), has integrated Vernier technology into a successful outreach campaign.
Students gain a deeper understanding of coding when they see their code interact with sensor data. Our coding solutions give students valuable experience using complex programming languages to affect things beyond the screen.
Free starter activities help your students learn the basics of coding Arduino with Vernier sensors.
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