Test systems, test functions, and data analysis were among the themes of this year's NI (National Instruments) Connect in Munich. The meeting place for NI partners, customers, and engineers, where strategy, technical sessions, and networking are paramount. In addition to being updated on the latest technologies, we learned also how to utilize synergies to an even greater extent than we already do today.
What Is NI Connect?
NI Connect is NI’s annual event series where engineers and industry leaders from around the world come together to explore the latest in test and data analytics as well as innovative products and approaches that drive businesses forward. This premier, in-person event also provides opportunities for attendees to reconnect with peers and share ideas that help one another engineer ambitiously.
From National Instruments to NI
NI has gone through a major transformation in recent years, which has also had an impact on the partner programme. At GPower, we are positive about the transformation and we are having high expectations for the future collaboration:
“At GPower, we only see “the green NI” as a positive change. While it has been difficult for specialists like us to make full use of the partner program previously, the new categorization will make it much easier for us to be “found” in the database. A positive change for NI partners, but in particular for the customers, as they will be able to find the right partner faster and easier, which is crucial in relation to getting future-proof test and measurement systems”, says Morten Baltzer, Key Account Manager at GPower.
When and Where Is Next NI Connect?
NI Connect will be held May 23-24, 2023 in Austin, Texas.
Who Attends NI Connect?
Engineers at all levels can benefit from the conference’s keynotes and sessions. Business decision makers, solutions architects, developers, engineers, and aspiring engineers are all welcome.
Is NIWeek now Known as NI Connect?
NIWeek was NI’s long-standing annual conference held in Austin for more than 25 years. NI Connect builds on the best of what NIWeek had to offer while marking a new direction for future NI events as a whole.