Keynote: Driving Productivity and Innovation with Graphical System Design
National Instruments is committed to empowering the scientists and engineers of today with tools that will drive the innovations and discoveries of tomorrow. At the cornerstone of this commitment is NI graphical system design, which accelerates productivity and delivers a complete hardware and software toolchain for developing advanced embedded monitoring and control applications. The event will begin with a glimpse into NI graphical system design and the latest technologies, such as FPGAs, that are impacting next generation embedded designs.
Strategies for Designing State-of-the-Art Machine Control Systems
Higher throughput, reduced operating cost, improved productivity, and increased uptime are important factors in the machine industry. In this session, you can learn how graphical system design and the adoption of modern embedded control and monitoring systems help leading machine builders meet these requirements and increase the productivity of their design teams.
Increase System Efficiency with Condition Monitoring
A condition monitoring system minimizes unscheduled outages, optimizes machine performance, and reduces the repair time and maintenance costs of your equipment. In this session, you can learn about recent industry trends, the benefits of implementing condition monitoring, and the latest technology designed to make your system more effective.
Cost Savings and Efficiency through Power Quality Monitoring
It’s easy to overlook power quality, but with the amount of energy that today’s facilities and large machines consume, it presents a good opportunity for cost reduction. This session covers how to take accurate measurements and do analysis for monitoring power usage, stability and quality. Specific applications are presented where understanding power quality helps manage energy efficiency and savings.