National Instruments launches one-day conference series well suited to aerospace and defense engineers


AUSTIN, Texas, 19 Aug. 2013. National Instruments, a producer of automated test equipment and virtual instrumentation software in Austin, Texas, announced a series of free, one-day multitrack conferences in North America—specifically, San Jose, Washington, Boston, and Chicago.

At NIDays North America, engineers can attend more than 50 technical sessions, hands-on workshops, technical demonstrations, and keynote presentations while exchanging ideas with other leading engineers and scientists.


  • October 21 – Washington, DC
  • November 5 -- Boston, MA
  • November 14 -- Chicago, IL
  • December 12 -- San Jose, CA

For more information about NIDays North America and to register, visit

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