NIDays 2012 conference heads to London in November
NIDays, the annual graphical system design technical conference and exhibition organised by National Instruments, is coming to the QEII Conference Centre in London, on Tuesday 20th November 2012.
It brings together more than 600 leading engineers, scientists and educators from across the UK & Ireland, says NI.
The one day event is free, and the multi-track conference features keynote presentations, interactive sessions taught by NI experts, industry and academia, hands-on workshops, and an exhibition showcasing advancements in design, control and test.
For more information and to register now to attend NIDays 2012, visit uk.ni.com/nidays. Electronics Weekly is pleased to be a media partner for this event.
Why should you attend? These are the top five reasons given by NI:
1. Exciting Keynote Addresses from President, CEO and Co-Founder of NI, Dr James Truchard and guest speaker Dr Robert Mullins, Co-Founder and Trustee of the Raspberry Pi Foundation: Hear about System Design for the 21st Century from the co-inventor of the award-winning LabVIEW graphical programming software. Also, learn about the Raspberry Pi story so far: the motivation for the project and the journey since launch.
2. More than 20 Industry and Academic Experts: Hear from organisations such as Jaguar Land Rover, the University of Oxford and Thales as they talk about their applications and the challenges they faced
3. 12 Parallel Tracks: More than 60 technical sessions including 30 hours of hands-on training such as
Introduction to LabVIEW, Creating Automated Test Systems and FPGA Programming with CompactRIO
4. More than 20 Exhibitors: Visit technology and integration partners in the exhibition hall as they demonstrate new products, services and solutions for test, measurement and control systems
5. Network with more than 600 Engineers and Scientists from the UK & Ireland: Meet with industry peers and exhibitors and develop professional relationships, exchange views, experiences and expertise.