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NIDays London

What
Graphical Programming Event
When
3rd November 2015
Where
QEII Conference Centre, London

TOP 5 REASONS TO ATTEND:

1. Inspirational Keynote Addresses

Danielle George, Professor of Radio Frequency Engineering at the University of Manchester joins us to share her passion for inspiring the next generation of engineers who will develop the true realisation of the IoT. Danielle joins us fresh from the Royal Institution CHRISTMAS LECTURES. Key NI Leaders will also present the latest NI technology to empower engineers and scientists to solve grand engineering challenges.

2. 18 Influential Guest Presenters

Learn from esteemed academic and industrial guest presenters, including NXP Semiconductor, Frazer-Nash Consultancy and University College London. Also join an interactive panel discussion hosted by Dickon Ross, Editor-in-Chief, E&T Magazine, discussing the impact of the Industrial Internet of Things.

3. Over 60 hours of technical content across 7 Tracks

Create your own agenda as you choose between technical sessions covering everything from Test Cell development to 5G Prototyping.

4. Meet with Technology Experts on our Industry and Academic Exhibitions

Meet NI experts and industry partners in the exhibition hall as they demonstrate products, services and solutions for test, measurement and control systems.

5. Over 13 hours of Hands-on Training

Take advantage of the opportunity to gain hands on experience with a wide range of NI technologies, including CompactDAQ, CompactRIO and PXI.

1.     Inspirational Keynote Addresses

Danielle George, Professor of Radio Frequency Engineering at the University of Manchester joins us to share her passion for inspiring the next generation of engineers who will develop the true realisation of the IoT. Danielle joins us fresh from the Royal Institution CHRISTMAS LECTURES where she demonstrated how to hack our homes and take control of the devices in your life. Key NI Leaders will also present the latest NI technology to empower engineers and scientists to solve grand engineering challenges.