National Instruments have announced open registration for the 2009 NI technical symposiums, an annual professional development series of conferences that reaches 33 countries and 41 cities around the world. Engineers can attend technical presentations and learn more about new products, participate in technology-focused discussions and attend exhibits on advanced solutions in design, control and test.
Supported by ferret.com.au, Electronics News and PACE magazines, the 2009 NI technical symposiums offers technical sessions and an opportunity to network with engineers, scientists, developers, educators and National Instruments alliance partners.
According to National Instruments, with technologies continuing to advance rapidly, it is becoming challenging for scientists and engineers to keep abreast of the advanced technologies so they can leverage the effective products for their applications. NI technical symposium sessions focus on how the recent advancements in computing, networking and embedded technologies are impacting local engineers and scientists across a range of industries and applications, and show them how the graphical system design platform can reduce the cost of their systems, from the designing and prototyping phases through to deployment.
During keynote presentations and technical sessions, attendees will hear from NI engineers and managers on the new NI products, including LabVIEW 8.6, the recent version of the graphical system design platform for test, control and embedded system development. There will be guest user solution presentations at each location.