National Instruments India was set up in 1998 to propagate the revolutionary Virtual Instrumentation technology in the country. National Instruments India has a Research and Development wing in Bangalore which helps customers across the globe. NI India R&D has received more than 7 patents for innovations in the fields of Motion Control algorithms, RF and software development.
Objectives of MOU:
Provide Technical consultancy for establishment of ACADEMY
Provide Free Training to the co-coordinating Faculty