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Founded: 1976.
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Kelly Chan

Engineering Leadership Programme Graduate

"So far, I have enjoyed the unique challenges that I face working as an Applications Engineer, and I look forward to rotating into sales in the future and see what new challenges it may bring!"

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Richard Roberts

Field Marketing Engineer

"I look forward to each and every working day and relish the unique challenges it will bring. At NI, there is never a dull moment."

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5G Ushers in a New Era of Wireless Test

Since the beginning of cellular communication, test engineers have been iterating on an accepted set of measurements and techniques to test wireless communications technology in high volumes, from RF semiconductors to base stations and mobile handsets. But with 5G, the technology inside these...

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Imminent Trade-Offs for Achieving Safe Autonomous Driving

According to the World Health Organisation, every year more than 1.25 million lives are cut short because of traffic crashes, and these crashes cost governments approximately 3 percent of GDP.

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