BANGALORE, INDIA: National Instruments (NI), a technology pioneer and leader in Graphical System Design, in association with the Society of Indian Aerospace Technologies & Industries (SIATI) will host the fourth India Defense & Aerospace Symposium starting in Bangalore on January 25, 2011.
Over 800 delegates ranging from aerospace and defense, government and manufacturers are expected to participate in this premier event. Padma Shree Dr. Kota Harinarayana, Raja Ramanna Fellow at National Aerospace Laboratories, will deliver the key note address at the event. He is the former Program Director and Chief Designer of Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) and has successfully directed many projects, leading India to develop high technology fighter aircraft.
The conference in Bangalore will be inaugurated by Air Commodore (Retd.) J. Varkey, SIATI and will also witness presentations by key speakers from companies like NAL, HAL and more.
NI will conduct a multi-city road show across Hyderabad, Delhi and Trivandrum to showcase advanced R&D initiatives in defense & aerospace engineering space.
Jayaram Pillai, managing director for India, Russia & Arabia, National Instruments, said: “The Indian aerospace and defense industry is growing at a very fast pace and in order to keep up with the recent developments, we need to continuously innovate. National Instruments will showcase the advanced technologies that can help build modern and reliable automated test systems for various critical applications in the aerospace and defense segments in the future.”
The conference will provide a forum for defense personnel, researchers, engineers, and key decision makers to participate in the various technical sessions on next generation test and design for aerospace and defense applications. NI partners will exhibit live demonstrations, case studies presentations, interactive discussions and showcase innovative products.
The annual National Instruments Defense & Aerospace event focuses to share domain knowledge and best practices from across companies in the Indian Aerospace and Defense industry.