“Graphical System Design in Action” symposium; Glasgow/Manchester/Dublin

January 22, 2014 // By Graham Prophet
National Instruments UK & Ireland is hosting its 2014 NI Technical Symposium, a free, one-day professional development series for engineers and scientists across three locations: Glasgow, on Tuesday 11th February; Manchester, on Thursday 13th February; and Dublin, on Tuesday18th February.

Offering in-depth technical sessions and hands-on training covering the latest in test, measurement and control, the 2014 NI Technical Symposium showcases recent NI software and hardware innovations, enabling greater flexibility, faster development and increased system performance.

Drawn from the most popular sessions at NIDays 2013 which was held recently in London, the 2014 Technical Symposium offers 10 presentations, beginning with the morning keynote which demonstrates how NI is fuelling platform innovation in a programmable world. Throughout the day, delegates will learn how to manage “Big Analogue Data”, design state-of-the-art control systems and build a next-generation data-logging system. In addition, the Graphical System Design in Action session features guest speakers working on the most advanced applications from each local area.

Delegates choosing hands-on sessions will gain valuable experience using NI technology including NI CompactDAQ, NI CompactRIO, NI LabVIEW, PXI and NI TestStand. Those adept in programming LabVIEW also have the opportunity to take a free of charge Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) Examination to start their certification journey or further it with a Certified LabVIEW Developer (CLD) Preparation class.

To register for the 2014 NI Technical Symposium; uk.ni.com/techsym