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Free NI development symposiums coming to Australia

National Instruments has opened the registration for the 2008 NI Technical Symposiums, their annual professional development series of virtual instrumentation conferences that will take place in Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland next month.

The event reaches 33 countries and 41 cities around the world, so that engineers can attend technical presentations to learn more about new products, experience hands-on sessions, participate in technology-focused discussions and attend exhibits on the latest solutions in design, control and test.

The 2008 edition offers an abundance of new, innovative technical training sessions and an opportunity to network with hundreds of engineers, scientists, developers, educators and National Instruments Alliance Partners.

“Over the past few years, the use of virtual instrumentation for design, control and test applications has rapidly expanded,” said Matej Krajnc, regional director of National Instruments Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. “NI Technical Symposium sessions focus on how the latest advancements in computing, networking and embedded technologies are impacting local engineers and scientists across a broad range of industries and applications.”

One of the guest speakers will be Todd Dobberstein, Product Manager for Industrial and Embedded Applications. Based in Austin Texas, Todd’s market experience includes embedded and industrial control systems, machine monitoring, and automotive and in-vehicle applications. Todd was interviewed by PACE in the September 2007 edition, and you can read it here.

These are the dates for the 2008 edition:

• Tuesday 13 May, Melbourne

• Thursday 15 May, Sydney

• Wednesday 21 May, Auckland

NI Technical Symposiums registration is free, but space is limited, so early registration is recommended. You can register by visiting , calling 1800 300 800 (AU) or 0800 553 322 (NZ), or emailing with your contact information.

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