Experience True Innovation at NIWeek
The 21st annual NIWeek conference presented by National Instruments is set to bring together the brightest minds in engineering and science at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas, beginning August 3. More than 3,200 innovators representing a spectrum of industries, from automotive and telecommunications to robotics and energy, will learn about the latest technology to accelerate productivity for software-defined systems in test, measurement, and control.
NIWeek is the ultimate learning environment. It gives you the tools and knowledge to develop your applications faster, smarter, and more cost-efficiently. Do not miss this one-of-a-kind experience. Attend one of the over 220 interactive technical sessions, case study presentations, and panel discussions for beginners and advanced developers. These sessions help you learn how to optimize efficiency in your test and DAQ systems; implement advanced technology for industrial design, measurement, and control; and discover emerging trends in science and industry. Earn continuing education units (CEUs) and take software certification exams for NI LabVIEW, NI LabWindows™/CVI, and NI TestStand software.
At NIWeek you can:
Explore and interact with the latest products and technologies from NI and over 200 industry-leading companies through a variety of demonstrations in the exhibition hall. Network with peers and industry leaders and see how engineers and scientists are using NI products for their innovations.
Benefits of Exhibiting
Who Should Exhibit?
Exhibitors include system integrators and value-added resellers who integrate NI products into their solutions as well as product vendors involved in these control and design application areas:
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About National Instruments:
For nearly 40 years, NI has worked with engineers and scientists to provide answers to the most challenging questions. Through these pursuits, NI customers have brought hundreds of thousands of products to market, overcome innumerable technological roadblocks, and engineered a better life for us all. If you can turn it on, connect it, drive it, or launch it, chances are NI technology helped make it happen.