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Ready, set, go! Turning Aston Martins into Race Cars with NI tools: http://bit.ly/1eICuT5
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Have you ever tried to push an occupied wheelchair up a hill? Or tried to maneuver a wheelchair around corners? Not the easiest thing in the world. Controlling a wheelchair can be physically challenging for the attendant, making it unsafe for both the attendant and the occupant. That’s where a motorized control system can help: http://bit.ly/1n38n86
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Engineers and Scientists getting hands-on with LabVIEW at one of the sessions during the 1st stop of the NI LabVIEW Developer Tour in Newbury today. It is not too late to register for our 8 other locations! http://uk.ni.com/devtour #devtour
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NI !!!!  such a time in Cameroon is anxiously waited.
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"When I watch sports, I see science, physics, and a unique way to engage the next generation of engineering students." Watch Sports, Teach Engineering: http://bit.ly/1m297Kk
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Register now for the LabVIEW Developer Tour | April 2014. 

Not sure whether this event is for you? New users will be introduced to the concept of graphical programming, using LabVIEW to acquire, analyse and present data. Whereas experienced users will be able to build on their existing knowledge and further their skills.

We will ALSO be offering attendees the opportunity to take the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) exam for FREE at the event. Spaces are limited so make sure to claim yours at: http://uk.ni.com/devtour
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This free webcast series explores the latest solutions for hands-on learning that engages students and reinforces concepts to help students “do engineering” throughout the curriculum. Watch these webcasts to see how educators integrate teaching solutions based on NI industry-standard tools into their courses.

12th - 16th May 2014 - you will be able to register for a 9:30am or 1:30pm (GMT) session for each webcast.
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Making athletes perform better with the help of NI tools: http://bit.ly/PEWB8U
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As you may or may not know, throughout the year we run a number of Hands-On Taster seminars which are a FREE one day event held at our headquarters in Newbury, open to all of our customers.
The day aims to give a brief introduction which describes how NI has revolutionised the way engineers and scientists approach test, measurement and control applications through the concept of virtual instrumentation and graphical system design. Places are extremely limited, so make sure you don't miss out: http://uk.ni.com/events/tasters
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Check out our highlights video from NIDays 2013, see what our attendees had to say about the day and find out why you should register for NIDays 2014! http://uk.ni.com/nidays
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The National Science and Engineering Week (NSEW) is currently in full swing across the UK. NSEW is a ten-day national programme of science, technology, engineering and maths events and activities aimed at people of all ages. Anyone can organise an event so register now and see what's going on in your area! http://bit.ly/MHOR4r
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We equip engineers and scientists with the tools that accelerate productivity, innovation and discovery.
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Since 1976, National Instruments has equipped engineers and scientists with tools that accelerate productivity, innovation, and discovery. NI’s graphical system design approach provides an integrated software and hardware platform that simplifies development of any system that needs measurement and control. Engineers and scientists use this platform from design to production in multiple industries, advanced research, and academia. The company’s long-term vision and focus on improving society through its technology has led to strong, consistent company growth and success of its customers, employees, suppliers, and shareholders.

National Instruments branch office serving the UK & Ireland is based in Newbury, Berkshire, providing local support, sales & marketing, and customer service for NI LabVIEW & NI modular measurement & control hardware & software