NI’s Asean Graphical System Design Summit 2013 kicks off
By Digital News Asia October 7, 2013
- 6-nation conference for engineers, scientists, educators, researchers and industry partners
- To showcase new products and solutions based on its graphical systems design approach
THE Asean leg of Graphical System Design (GSD) Summit, National Instruments’ conference for engineers, scientists, educators, researchers and industry partners kicked off last week (Oct 3) in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
The summit moves on to Penang (Oct 9) and Johor Bahru (Oct 16) before hitting Singapore (Oct 18); Thailand (Nov 6); Indonesia (Nov 13); Manila (Nov 20) and Cebu (Nov 27) in the Philippines; and finally Ho Chi Minh City (Dec 3) and Hanoi (Dec 10) in Vietnam.
“Conversations in the engineering and scientific world are shifting towards accelerated innovation and applied innovation,” said Chandran Nair (pic), managing director for National Instruments in South-East Asia.
“Pressures to keep pace with the rapidly changing times and create solutions for emerging global challenges are driving increased take-up for our … innovation tools,” he said in a statement issued by National Instruments.
The company will showcase a suite of new products and solutions that it claimed would enable engineers and scientists to fully leverage the benefits of the graphical systems design approach.
These include the new cRIO-9068 software-designed controller and NI LabVIEW 2013, which has been updated to provide numerous development environment enhancements and deployment tools, and an ecosystem of examples, training materials and add-ons.
National Instruments is also set to unveil the new compact and student-friendly NI myRIO, designed based on the same technology as NI CompactRIO and integrated with the NI LabVIEW platform to help educators and students accelerate the learning experience.
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