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NI Week 2013 is Go For Launch
National Instruments Posted 06/07/2013
If your calendar isn’t already marked to attend this unique event where the NI technical community truly comes to life, it should be.
NI’s annual NIWeek conference, August 5-8, 2013, is the ultimate learning environment for engineers and scientists with more than 250 interactive technical sessions to choose from. Every year, over 3,000 engineers and scientists travel to Austin, Texas, to hear the latest product announcements, learn how other users apply the graphical system design approach with NI technology, and discuss industry trends to gain technical knowledge from their peers and NI developers.
Here are the top reasons you can’t afford to miss NIWeek 2013:
- Your Industry is Moving. Keep Up.—NIWeek helps you explore the latest engineering trends with five industry-focused summits in three days: aerospace and defense, energy technology, RF and wireless, transportation, and vision.
- Inspiration Breeds New Solutions.—Stellar keynote speakers discuss how they are driving future innovations. Past presenters include Dr. Neil Gershenfeld of MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms, Dr. Michio Kaku of City College of New York, and Tim Samaras of Discovery Channel’s Storm Chasers. Their energy and ideas will help you start innovating the moment you return to the office. Stay tuned to twitter.com/niglobal to find out who will be part of this year's keynotes.
- Relive Your University Days.—Get even more value out of NI tools with training and certification. More than 40 hands-on workshops offer plenty of opportunities for you to improve your skills during the three-day conference. You can also partake in product certification sessions to maintain your competitive advantage.
- Be the Office Expert.—NIWeek 2013 offers multiple opportunities to network with industry leaders and peers during special events such as the Future of System Design Symposium, the Build Your Own Embedded System Workshop, and of course, the NIWeek conference party.