NI Week is a Test, Measurement and Automation trade show hosted by National Instruments.
National Instruments makes data acquisition and control hardware that is differentiated by its ability to be programmed using its flagship software LabVIEW.
LabVIEW is a programming language that is particularly well suited for multithreaded execution and is designed to interface with the industrial world. Using NI hardware in combination with LabVIEW enables a trained programmer to create professional Test, Measurement, Data Acquisition and Control applications for a wide variety of fields.
NI Week is held at the Austin Convention Center ( https://www.austinconventioncenter.com ). In the mornings a grand keynote presentation is held up on stage. Content is displayed on giant screens. In the afternoon the attendees break up and attend 50 minute training sessions of their choice.
Who may benefit from attending NI Week?
• Managers, Engineers, and Technicians that work in R&D or Manufacturing Test.
• People that may not have heard of LabVIEW but are interested in learning more about what it can do for them.
• People that use LabVIEW and want to get better.