Listen as Stefano Concezzi and Michael Cerna talk about making energy from fusion. Fusion is happening all around us. By 2019, the ITER experimental reactor will attempt to generate 500 megawatts of fusion power from 50 megawatts of power consumed. In order to accurately measure plasma shape and position, critical to the eventual confinement of plasma at 150-million degrees, it takes a specialized real-time and multicore system. To simulate the hardware in the loop is even more difficult. See how NI LabVIEW and NI PXI help prove out this technology.