Engineers working on military and aerospace projects can learn more about the latest developments in automated test and control design at the National Instruments Military and Aerospace Solutions Conference on Tuesday 22 May 2007. Taking place at the System Engineering Innovation Centre, University of Loughborough, this free one-day conference and accompanying exhibition features technical demonstrations and case studies of the latest technologies for virtual and synthetic instrumentation, electronics test, communications test, and control design for military and aerospace applications.
BAE Systems, Tektronix and J-Tag are among the companies presenting and exhibiting, as engineers from the military and aerospace industry introduce examples of using NI hardware and software in technical case studies depicting the 'Eurofighter Front Fuselage Testing' and 'Viper Jet Engine Test Bed'.
The Conference covers trends and developments in test and design for military and aerospace applications, including:
- Hybrid test systems on any measurement bus – GPIB, PXI, USB, LAN
- RF and communications test
- Software defined test – National Instruments LabVIEW, LabWindows/CVI, NI TestStand, Requirements Gateway
- Virtual and synthetic instrumentation
- The challenges of test system architectures with a combined hardware and software approach
- Next-generation design methodology for textual algorithm development, LabVIEW FPGA technologies and hardware-in-the-loop test (HILT)
For more information (including a list of exhibitors, previous case studies and to download the full agenda) please see ni.com/uk/milaero.
How to register
Registration for the Military and Aerospace Solutions Conference is free. Register through NI's website at ni.com/uk/milaero, call +44 (0)1635 523545, email or use the form on this page.