Engineering Greener Products and Clean Technologies

Thursday, June 24 at 9 am (PT)

Concerns about global climate change, soaring energy prices and increased government legislation are driving new priorities and expectations, from consumer products to new technologies for renewable power generation. To meet these new demands, companies around the world are scrambling to not only create products and technologies that address these concerns, but also change the ways by which they are developed. National Instruments provides a wide range of measurement and automation tools that can help engineers and scientists design, develop, and improve products and technologies resulting in environmental and economic benefits.

Join NI, industry experts, and leading researchers and engineers at this complimentary, full-day event.

Topics include:

* Monitoring Environmental Data
* Designing and Testing of Wind Power Technologies
* Automated Control of Solar Cell Fabrication
* Machine and Process Optimization

The measurement and automation tools that you will learn about in this seminar can be applied across a wide variety of industries and applications and can help you achieve your specific goals, whether lowering the emissions of process, developing devices that consume less energy, creating viable renewable energy technologies, or better understanding the global eco-system.

This National Instruments seminar will be held at Tucson Embedded Systems, located at 3431 East Hemisphere Loop, Tucson AZ 85706-5036 on June 24, 2010 at 9am.

Topics and agendas vary by location. No fee to attend. Click here to register online. For more information, call 520-579-8431 or email buddy.curtis@ni.com.