Join more than 3,200 of the world’s key decision makers from the engineering, academic, and industrial communities to learn about trends and advancements at the world’s leading graphical system design conference and exhibition.See who attends
National Instruments partners with industry-leading companies who offer complete solutions and high-quality products to the user based on graphical system design. From products to systems to integration to consulting and training services, NIWeek exhibitors are uniquely equipped and skilled to help with some of your toughest engineering projects.
NIWeek, National Instruments’ worldwide graphical system design conference and exhibition, has provided exhibitors with opportunities to meet face-to-face with engineers from a wide range of industries, including academic, aerospace, automotive, biomedical, electronics, and government/defense. Learn more
NIWeek attracts more than 3,200 users of test, measurement, and automation products who work in industries from aerospace to automotive. An NIWeek sponsorship gives you the opportunity to gain exposure with this targeted and highly qualified audience. With an NIWeek sponsorship, you also reach several hundred National Instruments executives, salespeople, engineers, and marketing managers. Learn more
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Located on the expo floor, the Technology Theater features technology presentations as well as focused product and service demonstrations from exhibiting and partner companies and NI developers. These sessions are open to all NIWeek attendees.
Visit the NI Services and Training Booth to learn about a variety of services, training, and certification programs that will enable your success at every stage of the application life cycle - from design and development through deployment and ongoing maintenance.
Take a break and relax in the Connect @NIWeek Lounge in the back of the Exhibition Hall. Find comfortable couches, free WiFi, and charging stations so you and your devices can recharge throughout the conference. In the lounge, you can connect what’s happening offline at NIWeek with online conversations about the conference through social networking or visit the NIWeek store to purchase NI-branded merchandise including stylish polos and other apparel.
Enjoy the NI Community Block Diagram party on the exhibition floor on Tuesday from 5:00–7:00 p.m.
Discover what’s new in LabVIEW and get a close-up look at featured demos from the conference. Along with learning about new programming resources, interact with other LabVIEW users as you try some of the fun and exciting demos powered by LabVIEW. See what amazing things LabVIEW can do.
See how NI is redefining instrumentation with open software and modular hardware. Covering a range of applications from semiconductor test and validation to consumer electronics test, see how leading companies are using PXI, LabVIEW and NITestStand to meet today’s test challenges while reducing the total cost of test.
Discuss your applications with NI engineers presenting the latest technology capabilities of NI hardware and software being used to take measurements within research and development and design validation and verification. View technology demonstrations of data acquisition products, including Multifunction DAQ, NI CompactDAQ, and PXI, along with applications such as test cells, HIL, and in-vehicle data logging.
Unhappy with your current system design process? Explore solutions for embedded control and monitoring applications including smart grid, asset monitoring, and smart machine control.
Learn how National Instruments enables students worldwide to Do Engineering with hardware and software tools that scale from Kindergarten to Rocket Science.
Discuss your applications with NI engineers presenting live demonstrations of the latest technologies for automated test and embedded systems. View RF, and mixed-signal system demos, and gain insight into using the power of software-defined modular instrumentation to lower the cost of system development, operation and maintenance.
Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are physical and engineered systems whose operations are monitored, coordinated, controlled and integrated by a computing and communication core. Visit the pavilion to learn more about how graphical system design and the platform-based approach can transform how we interact with the physical world from the nano to large-scale systems of systems.
Learn more about the fast, flexible, and accurate PXI platform from National Instruments that industry leaders are using to meet the demanding test requirements of today’s RF and wireless test devices.
See machine vision solutions in action at the Vision Pavilion. View demonstrations of the latest vision products from National Instruments presented by NI engineers and interact with demonstrations from integration companies that highlight a variety of vision applications. Also, learn about new products from leading companies in the industry at one of the largest vision expositions in North America.
The LabVIEW Tools Network is the National Instruments app store equipping engineers and scientists with certified, third-party software add-ons. Stop by the pavilion to explore cutting-edge technologies that can expand the power of LabVIEW graphical system design software and NI modular I/O hardware.