31 May '16, 1pm

NI runs free aerospace technology forum in Reading

It is a free-to-attend conference presenting trends and technologies for aerospace, defence, security and space systems. The programme includes: Morning keynote address from Dr. Marco Lisi, manager and scientist, International Space Organisation Industry Outlooks from Rolls Royce, BAE Systems and University of Cranfield Two technical tracks focused on RF systems and test and control systems

Exhibition featuring alliance and technology partners focused on the aerospace and defence industry Interactive hands-on zone with LabVIEW, TestStand and PXI modular instruments For more details, including the full agenda and how to register, visit http://uk.ni.com/aerospace-defence-forum .

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