National Instruments has announced open registration for the 2012 NI Embedded Control and Monitoring Technology Road Show, a free technical event featuring the latest trends, technologies and information for engineers and scientists developing embedded control and monitoring applications.
Events will be held in various Australian locations and Auckland throughout October and November this year.
Each event will feature a series of technical presentations, live demonstrations and optional hands-on training in several locations, where engineers and scientists can learn how to overcome some of the biggest challenges in energy, power quality, condition monitoring, transportation, and machine control.
Sessions featured on the agenda for the 2012 events include a keynote presentation on driving productivity and innovation with graphical system design. Other topics on the agenda address saving money and decreasing downtime with monitoring of your machinery, vehicles and equipment, strategies for designing modern machine control systems, cost savings and efficiency through power quality monitoring and a hands-on example of developing monitoring and control systems with LabVIEW and CompactRIO.
“The 2012 Embedded Control and Monitoring Road show will provide an excellent opportunity for engineers and scientists to explore the latest trends and technologies to help increase productivity and improve efficiency for some of today’s most challenging and demanding applications,” says Matej Krajnc, regional director of National Instruments Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
The event in Auckland is on Thursday 15 November. Admission to the road show is free, but space is limited, so early registration is recommended.
Those wishing to register can do so online at http://australia.ni.com/ecmroadshow/agenda, free call 0800 553 322 or send an e-mail to [email protected] with contact information.
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