Worldwide Graphical System Design Conference. National Instruments is hosting NIWeek, the industry's premier event on graphical system design that attracts more than 3,000 of the world's brightest engineers, educators, and scientists. NIWeek 2010, the company's 16th annual customer and technology conference, opens August 3 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas, for three days of interactive technical sessions, targeted summits, hands-on workshops, and exhibitions on the latest developments for design, control, automation, manufacturing, and test. The conference also features keynote presentations and demonstrations that highlight how engineers and scientists can use NI graphical system design to test, measure, and fix inefficient products and processes to improve everyday life.
“NIWeek is the ultimate venue for engineers to meet, exchange information and ideas and learn about innovative advances in technology and NI products,” said Dr. James Truchard, NI CEO, president and cofounder. “At NIWeek 2010, we address the continuing need for more efficient user-defined solutions, explore the benefits of graphical system design to gain a competitive advantage and learn how technological advances are accelerating the speed of time to market.”
NIWeek 2010 highlights include the following:
New to NIWeek in 2010 is the Energy Technology Summit, which features sessions on developing sustainable practices in the energy industry. NI will also host a Big Physics Symposium where engineers and scientists can collaborate and learn how NI technologies can solve instrumentation and control challenges in physics. On Aug. 2, NI will host the Academic Forum and Alliance Day. NIWeek attendees have the opportunity to interact with the NI R&D, provide product feedback and attend networking opportunities including nightly events and daily lunchtime peer-to-peer roundtables.
Register now to take advantage of early bird pricing and to view the preliminary program for NIWeek 2010 at www.ni.com/niweek.
Start date: 08/03/2010
End date: 08/05/2010
Venue: Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas, USA
Organizer: National Instruments
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