National Instruments Corporation, or NI, is an American multinational company with international operation. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, it is a producer of automated test equipment and virtual instrumentation software. Common applications include data acquisition, instrument control and machine vision.
Scott Rust kicks off the Day 2 Morning keynote by talking about the acceleration of technology and how the NI platform is utilizing these technologies to make you the innovator and disruptor in your space.
Jamie Smith covers some of the technologies that are converging to make vehicles better than ever such as ADAS and the electrification of the vehicle. We start by having Derek O’Dea from Valeo discuss advanced sensing.
As pieces of the vehicle continue to evolve, one of the challenges that persists is the need to deal with the huge volume of data that is acquired. Learn from Dr. Michael Roebel from Duetz on how they manage large data.
Dave Trumper from MIT and Jared Kirschner, Senior Software and Electrical Engineer from demonstrate their preclinical research platform for predicting safety, efficacy, and movement of drugs and vaccines in the body.
Dr. Piotr Maj from the AGH University of Science and Technology, Odd Andreassen from CERN, and Kasia Stachyra from ADAM S.A. in Switzerland (an R&D department of Advanced Oncotherapy) share the importance of gaining real-world experience for students through industry partnerships.