NIDays 2009

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National Instruments Annual Graphical System Design Conference and Exhibition is on Tuesday 17th November 2009 at Savoy Place, London, home of the IET.

Engineers, scientists and educators involved in test and measurement, industrial control and automation, and embedded design are invited to attend NIDays 2009, the annual professional development conference, hosted by National Instruments UK & Ireland. This industry event is held in association with the Institution of Engineering and Technology, (IET) and media partners such as New Electronics Magazine, on Tuesday 17th November 2009 at Savoy Place, London, home of the IET. NIDays is a free, multitrack conference and exhibition for engineers to explore the latest tools and technologies from National Instruments. The day offers more than 20 hours of in depth technical sessions and 15 hours of hands on training. Technical highlights at this year's conference include: • Software Development Techniques: Experience the powerful new features in LabVIEW 2009 • Test, Data Acquisition and Instrumentation: Explore a spectrum of application areas including high performance data acquisition, with new X Series and Wireless Sensor Networks, RF communications, modular real time architectures, automated test and instrument control • Industrial Measurements and Control: Learn how to increase productivity and remain competitive when designing or optimising industrial control applications • Embedded Design: Gather tips and view demonstrations of the latest software and hardware to aid the process of designing, prototyping and deploying embedded systems • Academic Summit: Find out how to enhance engineering and scientific teaching and research programmes • Graphical System Design for Green Engineering: Discover how NI technology can help accelerate innovation in renewable energy, power efficiency and environmental monitoring The Industry Experts Panel will answer delegate's questions around the topic of "What Inspires Innovation?", discussing how research enables fiction to become reality, how engineering disciplines such as robotics, biomedical and green help drive innovation, and how to inspire the next generation of engineers and problem solvers to improve everyday life. NIDays attendees will also have the opportunity to choose from a total of fifteen hours of technical hands on content, to gain valuable experience of using National Instruments hardware and software products such as LabVIEW, NI CompactDAQ, CompactRIO, NI ELVIS II and PXI. In addition, LabVIEW users are invited to take the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) free of charge at NIDays, providing a saving of £109. LEGO Education, Tektronix and Amfax are among the companies who will be exhibiting at NIDays. For more details please click here. How to register Registration for NIDays is free. Register here. Alternatively, call 01635 572498, or send an e-mail to