NIWeek 2011

Tuesday, August 2–Thursday, August 4, Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas, is the next NIWeek from National Instruments.

04/26/2011


Join National Instruments and more than 3,000 of the world’s brightest engineers, scientists, educators, and students for NIWeek 2011, the 17th annual graphical system design conference and exhibition, National Instruments said.

Every NIWeek include technology demonstrations on stage; this is NIWeek 2010.Hear from NI executives and lead engineers, customers, and other industry experts about the latest advances and trends for design, control, and test. Also see hundreds of technology demonstrations, attend daily networking events, and participate in technical summits targeted to aerospace and defense, energy technology, RF and wireless test, robotics and autonomous vehicles, and vision applications.

www.niweek.com

Visit www.ni.com/pdf/niweek/us/2011/niweek2011.pdf to view a preliminary program of technical sessions, keynotes, networking events, and exhibitions.



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