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NI LabVIEW and Vernier

Vernier Software & Technology and National Instruments LabVIEW™ software help educators prepare students for their academic and professional futures through practical, hands-on programming projects. These activities challenge students to automate, test, measure, analyze, and understand sensor data using Vernier technology and LabVIEW software.

Why Choose NI LabVIEW and Vernier

Vernier and LabVIEW software help students gain a deeper understanding of sensor and data‑acquisition technology. Vernier sensors can be used in many classroom settings, including biomedical engineering, measurement and instrumentation, physics, and chemistry.
  • Introduce students to advanced software used by researchers and professional engineers alike. 
  • Because students use LabVIEW software and Vernier sensors to automate, test, measure, and analyze data, they will gain valuable data-collection experience. 
  • Vernier LabQuest® sensors easily connect to DAQ hardware.
  • Students can integrate data from wireless sensors into their LabVIEW projects using the Go Direct® family of sensors.
  • LabVIEW software supports Vernier sensors used in biomedical engineering, chemistry, physics, measurement and instrumentation, and more.
  • Educators can download our free activity book to get students started using LabVIEW software with Vernier technology.

Featured Activities with NI LabVIEW

Students use the Analog Express VI to create a program that collects and displays temperature data on a chart and thermometer.

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Students are challenged to use LabVIEW software and a Go Direct sensor to determine the pitch and roll of a toy airplane.


In this project, students build a PID system using a rotary motion sensor, an electric motor, and a fan blade.

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Getting Started

Print Catalog - Vernier

Introduce your students to programming in LabVIEW software with this free e-book from Vernier, which includes a series of hands-on exercises using a temperature sensor, microphone, and a Vernier interface.

Our virtual instrument (VI) downloads introduce students to programming using LabVIEW software and Vernier sensors.