With VEE 7.0 Trial Version on CD-ROM From the depths of the oceans to the deserts of Mars, VEE Pro is being used to collect data, provide automated testing and to construct remote command and telemetry interfaces. In more everyday environments, it can be found at the heart of manufacturing, process and quality control, and industrial data analysis and management systems. VEE Pro: Practical Graphical Programming introduces you to the fundamentals of Visual Engineering Environment Programming providing tools for writing programs for: data acquisition; test-data processing; process control. Prelabs introduce new programming objects, concepts or techniques. They are collected in a separate appendix so that your assimilation of novel material does not interrupt the practical lesson flow. They can be easily referenced when you are devising a new program. Each of the 18 lessons can be presented in a whole-group session. They can also be studied privately prior to the labs being developed in the classes. You will see the power and flexibility of VEE Pro in action in special labs of increasing complexity based around the monitoring and control of a virtual vehicle radiator. The process begins with the simple simulation of a thermometer and ends with the statistical logging of tests. Exceeding test limits will trigger audio and visual warnings. The six appendixes are valuable tools for reference. They explain how to navigate within the programs, collate related data, technical term explanations, and cross-referenced partial programming sequences and outcomes. If you are a student taking classes in VEE Pro, this book will make your life easier and the learning process more straightforward. If you are an instructor teaching the package, it will provide a simple and effective structure for your lessons and also for the course as a whole. If you use VEE Pro for design or data analysis in a manufacturing/industrial environment, VEE Pro: Practical Graphical Programming will provide the complete and easy-to-use reference you need to develop a program.