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NIDays 2011 Keynote: Engineering the Olympics 9th November, London

NIDays is the annual professional development conference for engineers, scientists and educators in measurement, automation and embedded design, held this year at The QEII Conference Centre in Westminster.

This FREE multi-track conference and exhibition offers hands-on training; in-depth technical sessions covering NI technologies in test, control and design; and demonstrations of innovative uses of graphical system design.

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Keynote: Engineering the Olympics, by Louise Hardy Olympic Park Infrastructure Director and Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers

Hear Louise Hardy talk about the engineering and logistical challenges of the 2012 Olympics programme.

>> Find out more about the NIDays Keynote - Engineering the Olympics

Top 3 Sessions:

• LabVIEW Performance Tips and Tricks

Join an interactive presentation that covers a variety of simple techniques to improve VI performance.
• Templates for Common Data Acquisition Applications
Are you tired of starting from a blank VI every time you begin a new project? Do you have problems trying to scale an NI-DAQmx example into a full application? Look at some extensible LabVIEW templates for common data acquisition applications.
• Hands-On: Introduction to LabVIEW and Data Acquisition with NI CompactDAQ
Test-drive PC-based data acquisition systems and learn how to use graphical programming techniques to create modular and flexible applications. Measure temperature with a thermocouple and log the data to a file.

>>View other sessions in the Software Development track

Pre-register for Hands-On Sessions:
NIDays features 30 hours of hands-on training sessions, featuring LabVIEW 2011, PXI and Modular Instruments, NI CompactDAQ, FPGA, CompactRIO, FlexRIO, RF and Robotics.

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Pre-register for Free CLAD Exam or CLD Preparation Class:
Additionally, sign up to take the free Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) examination or Certified LabVIEW Developer Exam Preparation Class during the conference.

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Running alongside the conference is an exhibition featuring technology partners and system integrators.
For a full list of exhibitors visit

>>View Full Agenda here

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