NIWeek 2016

  • Relive It

    Get another look at NIWeek 2016 session presentations, product announcements, demos, and keynotes you attended during the conference or find the ones you missed to learn how to accelerate your productivity, innovation, and discovery.

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  • Registration opens 10/19/16

    Thank you for making NIWeek 2016 a big success. Apply the knowledge you gained to accelerate your custom-defined systems to be more productive and cost-effective. We look forward to hosting you at next year’s conference at the Austin Convention Center from May 22 to 25—same venue, different time of year. We are already planning several new enhancements.


Be sure to check out the NIWeek keynotes. Hear from thought leaders such as Dr. James Truchard, Eric Starkloff, and Jeff Kodosky. Plus, see key customers and partners such as HPE, Intel, Oak Ridge National Lab, and many more share their technological innovations and insights about the engineering and science communities.

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Find the Tools and Knowledge You Need

NIWeek is the ultimate learning environment that gives you the tools and knowledge to develop your applications faster, smarter, and more cost-efficiently. Choose from more than 220 interactive technical sessions, case study presentations, and panel discussions for beginners and advanced developers to learn how to optimize efficiency and performance. Attend hands-on workshops and create real-world applications. Learn how you can implement advanced technology for industrial design, measurement, and control and discover emerging trends in science and industry.

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Visit our online pressroom to learn more about what we are highlighting at NIWeek. Ask your media relations contact to answer any additional questions or email the NI Media Relations Team at

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Did you miss NIWeek? Attend an NIDays Users Conference in more than 30 cities beginning in the Fall of 2016. Thousands of engineers and scientists come together to learn about the latest technologies, gain development tips and tricks, network with peers, and discuss industry trends.

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