DMC is hitting the ground running at NIWeek 2010.
"It's Time". This is the theme of the keynote of the first official day of NIWeek. Time to develop, real-time control, timing for data synchronization, time to market, everything that involves time, and how NI products can help.
This is the first official day of the conference, but the second for DMC, as again this year we've come down to Austin for the first day open to Alliance Members only, with the next three days being open to all.
The first keynote demo for the day was a test system for pixel error rate for 3D televisions. Active systems for 3D glasses have update rates of up to 60Hz. This will be the first of many impressive demonstrations we'll see this week highlighting new products and strategies from National Instruments.
From NI: "National Instruments is hosting NIWeek, the industry's premier event on graphical system design that attracts more than 3,000 of the world's brightest engineers, educators, and scientists. NIWeek 2010, the company's 16th annual customer and technology conference, opens August 3 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas, for three days of interactive technical sessions, targeted summits, hands-on workshops, and exhibitions on the latest developments for design, control, automation, manufacturing, and test. The conference also features keynote presentations and demonstrations that highlight how engineers and scientists can use NI graphical system design to test, measure, and fix inefficient products and processes to improve everyday life."
We're looking forward to learning more as new product announcements roll in-- stay tuned. And as always, it's great to reconnect with colleagues and peers as well as meet new interesting and innovative people at NIWeek 2010.
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