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posted in August 2012

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Slideshow: Scenes From NI Week
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8/16/2012  6 comments
The exhibit floor at NI Week featured a few demonstrations that were definitely noteworthy.
Air Travel Appears to Be Behind the Times
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8/14/2012  28 comments
A CNN story claims a vehicle can fly at Mach 6, or more than 4,500 miles/hr. Does this mean we will see faster commercial airplanes?
NI Week: A Sit-Down With Dr. T
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8/14/2012  4 comments
A chat with National Instruments co-founder, president, and CEO James Truchard gives us a glimpse into the company's general business outlook, what it's like to work there, and how it feels about up-and-coming engineering talent.
Comment:Re: More sensors - richnass-8/10/2012
Paradigm Shift in Wireless Instrumentation? That’s What They’re Claiming
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8/7/2012  6 comments
One of the key announcements made during NI week in Austin, Texas, is the introduction of an RF vector signal transceiver (VST).
My Opinion On Hacking on the Factory Floor
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8/7/2012  16 comments
Networks are vulnerable, and security has to be implemented as part of the development process.
Do You Use an Application-Based Title?
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8/3/2012  5 comments
Should engineers still classify themselves using older nomenclatures, or is that passé?


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