National Instruments' Graphical System Design Summit 2013 in Southeast Asia kicks Off in Malaysia
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Press release date: October 3, 2013
PETALING JAYA, Malaysia — Cutting-edge technologies in control, design, test measurement and automation will be on spotlight at this year's Graphical System Design (GSD) Summit, National Instruments' premier conference for engineers, scientists, educators, researchers and industry partners. GSD Summit 2013 opens today in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.
"Conversations in the engineering and scientific world are shifting towards accelerated innovation and applied innovation. Pressures to keep pace with the rapidly changing times and create solutions for emerging global challenges are driving increased take-up for our flexible and easy-to-use innovation tools," says Chandran Nair, Managing Director for National Instruments in Southeast Asia.
National Instruments will showcase a suite of new products and solutions that 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. Completely redesigned but maintains full NI LabVIEW and I/O compatibility with the CompactRIO platform, the new cRIO-9068 software-designed controller delivers faster performance and greater flexibility.
Meanwhile, NI LabVIEW 2013 has been updated to provide numerous development environment enhancements and deployment tools and an ecosystem of examples, training materials and add-ons, raising productivity and innovation levels to new heights.
National Instruments is also set to unveil the new compact and student-friendly NI myRIO. NI myRIO was 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 through doing engineering and building real-world projects with an integrated platform.
GSD Summit 2013 will take place in the following 11 cities across six Southeast Asian countries from 3 October to 10 December.
• Malaysia: Petaling Jaya, October 3; Penang, October 9; Johor Bahru, October 16
• Singapore: October 18
• Thailand: November 6
• Indonesia: November 13
• Philippines: Manila, November 20; Cebu, November 27
• Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh, December 3, Hanoi, December 10
GSD Summit 2013 will feature full day interactive technical sessions, hands-on workshops and exhibition, as well as presentations and demonstrations that highlight innovative uses of the graphical system design platform. For more information, please visit: http://singapore.ni.com/gsdsummits.
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