RTI DDS Toolkit for LabVIEW by Real-Time Innovations Fast, Scalable and Secure Pub/Sub for LabVIEW VIs

  • Easy-to-use data communications infrastructure
  • Built on the DDS open standard for real-time systems
  • Deployable to NI Real-Time Linux Controllers
  • Works with RTI Connext Tools for integrating and debugging distributed applications
  • Bundled with LabVIEW 2018
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The RTI DDS Toolkit for LabVIEW by Real-Time Innovations is built on the Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard, the leading data-centric publish/subscribe connectivity standard for integrating distributed real-time applications. With the subVIs in this toolkit, you can easily publish and share data between multiple LabVIEW applications, NI Linux Real-Time controllers and third-party applications that use DDS. The toolkit extends the benefits of RTI ConnextⓇ solutions to LabVIEW applications. For more details on RTI Connext DDS, visit www.rti.com.

The latest version of the RTI DDS Toolkit is installed through the VI Package Manager: search for “rti dds” in the VIPM or click the shortcut in the Functions > Data Communicationspalette of your LabVIEW block diagram.

RTI Connext Tools are fully compatible with the RTI DDS Toolkit for LabVIEW. Connext Tools are a suite of powerful graphical applications and utilities for administering, monitoring and troubleshooting application connectivity within your DDS system. A free trial of RTI Connext DDS, including Connext Tools, is available for download at www.rti.com/downloads.

Support Information
This product is supported through the NI Community. For technical support, contact:

NI Community Group: forums.ni.com/t5/RTI-DDS-Toolkit-for-LabVIEW/gp-p/5344

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