Ingens Tech is the leading project consultancy in India, to offer Virtual Instrumentation Projects. Our experience and expertise in virtual instrumentation projects in general and final year projects in virtual instrumentation in particular is almost a decade old. We encourage and recommend LabVIEW projects and virtual instrumentation projects to students because of the many advantages of these tools and technologies, like ease of use and excellent user friendly interactive user interfaces.
Virtual Instrumentation is a technology wherein using a combination of signal acquisition hardware and a dedicated software tool, conventional instruments can be recreated virtually on almost any ordinary computer. For example a physical industrial control panel can be replicated on a computer screen by bringing in all the signals connected to that panel using signal acquisition hardware.
Contrary to popular belief final year projects in virtual instrumentation are suitable and applicable to most core engineering departments and many ECE projects, as well as projects for EEE department and other such departments are possible. Basically for any IEEE project or even otherwise, where a interactive user interface is required virtual instrumentation can be used. For example, a final year project in EEE can use virtual instrumentation for displaying current, voltage and other such electrical parameters in a very interactive, graphical form, unlike an ammeter or a voltmeter, which provide only instantaneous values.
For projects in virtual instrumentation or VI as it is popularly called, there are different software tools available. But the leading and the most popular software tool is LabVIEW. LabVIEW is a very versatile and excellent tool for projects in virtual instrumentation. LabVIEW projects can either be stand alone simulation projects or real time projects that involve a combination of hardware and a LabVIEW interface for the monitoring and control of the final year project. Furthermore IEEE LabVIEW projects are also possible based on the numerous IEEE papers published every year based on virtual instrumentation. In some cases IEEE virtual instrumentation projects are also possible based on other software tools like MATLAB, but these are relatively limited compared to LabVIEW projects.