Free Measurements Roadshow for PC-based data acquisition

06 March 2012

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Free Measurements Roadshow for PC-based data acquisitionEngineers and scientists are invited to the Measurements Roadshow, with National Instruments UK & Ireland and industry experts Honeywell and PCB Piezotronics. This free, half-day event, touring 16 locations, explores techniques for acquiring, analysing and presenting data using PC-based data acquisition systems with real-world sensors.

During three hours of hands-on experience, attendees will learn how to take measurements in minutes from common sensors including thermocouples, load cells and accelerometers, through LabVIEW-based exercises. The Measurements Roadshow guides attendees through a range of hands-on exercises, including:

  • Discovering the LabVIEW graphical programming environment
  • Exploring real-world sensors from NI sensor partners Honeywell and PCB Piezotronics
  • Accurately acquiring multiple types of measurements including temperature, load and vibration
  • How to visualise different types of measurements within the same user interface

Whether new to LabVIEW or expert programmers, engineers and scientists can take this opportunity to engage in a growing community of technical professionals and catch up on the latest advances in LabVIEW and DAQ technology.

Measurements Roadshow Dates and Locations

  • Tuesday 17 April: Newbury
  • Tuesday 17 April: Belfast
  • Wednesday 18 April: Ealing, London
  • Wednesday 18 April: Dublin
  • Thursday 19 April: Cambridge
  • Thursday 19 April: Galway
  • Tuesday 24 April: Sheffield
  • Tuesday 24 April: Gateshead, Tyne & Wear
  • Wednesday 25 April: Wilmslow, near Manchester
  • Wednesday 25 April: Edinburgh
  • Thursday 26 April: Aberdeen
  • Tuesday 1 May: Portsmouth
  • Tuesday 1 May: Birmingham
  • Wednesday 2 May: Bristol
  • Wednesday 2 May: Wokingham, near Reading
  • Thursday 3 May: Reigate

Registration for the Measurements Roadshow is free. Register now through our website, call 01635 572498, or send an e-mail to .

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