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VIP 2015

The annual technology and user conference "Virtuelle Instrumente in der Praxis – VIP 2015" from National Instruments (NI) takes already place for the 20th time from October 21-23 in Fürstenfeldbruck near Munich and once again brings together the brightest minds in engineering and science.

VIP 2015 is the ultimate learning environment that gives you the tools and knowledge to develop your applications faster, smarter, and more cost-efficiently.


The NI Week 2015, National Instruments annual main show, took place from 3rd August till 5th August in Austin, Texas.

National Instruments invited to the worldwide greatest graphical system design conference and exhibition. This fair is a important platform for exhibitors, engineers and costumers from a wide range of industries, like universities, aerospace, automotive, biomedical, electronics, and government/defense.

This year over 4.000 National instruments costumers and engineers from all over the world attended the show to meet and discuss new projects and technologies.

Bosch Rexroth presented in cooperation with Bosch Software Innovations the Open Core Interface solution on the own booth. With the two LabVIEW demos we could show the integration of controls and drives directly in the world of National Instruments.

One highlight on the Bosch Rexroth booth was the new NI cRIO controller based solution. This solution has found great interests not only by the NI customers. Even a majority of the sales team, which will also start to sell this concept, came to the booth and looked more closely at this technology.

At all in a one day reduced show, with approximately 100 leads we were able to increase the number of leads over 50% compared to 2014. We got interesting contacts from all over the world and remarkable are the high share of new customer contacts, which will be forwarded to the responsible region soon to create new business opportunities.

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