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Graphical System Design Achievement Awards honour innovations

10 September 2012

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The 11th annual National Instruments Graphical System Design Achievement Awards honoured engineers, scientists and researchers for developing solutions that address critical challenges. NI recognised 18 innovative applications developed by engineers, scientists and researchers using a graphical system design approach with NI technology. In total, 122 applicants from 25 countries submitted applications that NI judged with a four-person panel of technical experts, industry specialists, trade publication editors and NI executives. UK engineers are honoured with six awards, including the Application of the Year.

The award ceremony, held during the annual NIWeek conference and exhibition, recognised the following winning applications:

The UK & Ireland’s prestigious Graphical System Design Achievement Awards will take place on 19 November at Savoy Place, London, the day before NIDays Conference and Exhibition, held at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London.

Dave Wilson, NI Director of Academic and Proficiency Programs, says: “Over the past five years, the Graphical System Design Achievement Awards has become more than an awards ceremony; it’s a forum for those who are changing the world. NI helps engineers and scientists find solutions for some of the world’s toughest challenges, ranging from improving medical device development to bringing mobile phone coverage to rural areas, and we want to take the time to honour them.”

Learn more about the 2012 NI Graphical System Design Achievement Awards at ni.com/gsdawards.

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