Registration for National Instruments’ annual technical symposium opens
National Instruments’ free annual professional development symposium series for engineers, scientists and educators reaches 33 countries and 41 cities around the world. The New Zealand leg is scheduled on Thursday, 7 November, in Auckland.
The symposium presents the latest trends, technologies and innovative approaches for test, measurement and embedded control applications. Among topics covered are RF and wireless, automated test, embedded monitoring and control, software development techniques, embedded design, signal processing and data management.
“NI Technical Symposiums provide a unique opportunity for local educators, engineers, scientists and NI developers to come together and explore the latest trends and technologies, increase their proficiency with NI tools and improve productivity,” says Matej Krajnc, regional rirector of National Instruments Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. “We are also delighted to have Brett Burger, senior product manager for Embedded Systems joining us for our 2013 Symposiums, providing local customers with the opportunity to build their product knowledge and provide user feedback to help drive the future direction of our embedded platforms”.
2013 NI Technical Symposium highlights:
- Keynote presentation – Innovating in a Platform-Based World.
- Guest presentations from Brett Burger, Senior Product Manager for Embedded Systems at National Instruments
- Dual tracks allowing attendees to select the session of most benefit to their projects
- 12 technical sessions including 3 hands-on sessions
- Live demonstrations of the latest software and hardware technologies including LabVIEW 2013, NI Vector Signal Transceivers and the CompactRIO 9068 software-designed controller
- Free Certification exams
- Exhibition area featuring industry partners, system integrators and student teams from the NI Autonomous Robotics Competition
- Unique networking opportunities
Admission to the 2013 NI Technical Symposium is free, but space is limited, so early registration is recommended. To register, visit nz.ni.com/techsym, freecall 0800 553 322 or email [email protected]