Join National Instruments and learn about the exciting array of products and applications that offer technical solutions to some of the world's most difficult engineering challenges. If you can turn it on, connect it, drive it, or launch it, chances are NI technology helped make it happen. Make sure to check out the:
12 PM Choosing a Career vs. Choosing a Job
1 PM The Future of Engineering - Grand Engineering Challenges
2 PM The Maker Movement
3 PM NI Software Engineers Take User Experience to the Next Level
4 PM How Do You Define a Leader
LabVIEW Help Desk
Got LabVIEW Issues? Come bring your laptop with LabVIEW and work with a real NI Applications Engineer to troubleshoot any LabVIEW Application you have – either for a class, research, or personal project. If possible, feel free to bring any hardware targets you are programming with LabVIEW such as a myDAQ or a myRIO or just bring a system diagram. You’ll be up and running in no time and will restore your enthusiasm for graphical programming! Michael Lewis will be running the LabVIEW Help Desk from 12:20 - 4:00 pm!
- Join us for a "Mechanical Show and Tell" with Zachary Wilhoit, Staff Mechanical Engineer. Zachary will demonstrate NI’s Product Development Process utilizing an array of mechanical parts, including die casts and heatsinks.
- Come see how the NI Vector Signal Transceiver is revolutionizing the design, characterization, and production of wireless systems. This flexible hardware and software can be used for everything from wireless dog collars to 5G wireless and automotive radar. Presented by Andrew Montag, Staff Software Engineer, on the driver development team.
Food and beverages will be provided. See the full schedule on Eventbrite.