With this week's announcements, NI President, CEO and Cofounder Dr. James Truchard reinforced the company's vision that software will continue to be instrumental in its commitment to equip engineers and scientists with the ultimate graphical system design tools.
"We want to empower the Edisons of the world to innovate and discover at a much faster pace," said Dr. Truchard. "This is our vision. We want to be in front of the curve defining the next generation of instrumentation."
This year, the NIWeek conference also included a forum between entrepreneurs and engineers to address the need for increased access to technology in developing countries to nurture innovation and help achieve sustainable prosperity. Also, as part of a growing ecosystem, NI hosted an unprecedented number of Alliance Partners, nearly 600, including the newly announced Platinum Alliance Partners Noffz and Clemessy.
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