Keynote Address

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A speech given at a conference, designed to present the issues of primary interest or concern to those assembled, evoke unity, promote enthusiasm, etc.
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Bonnie Ross, Director of Production for Microsoft Game Studios, will be opening the conference with her keynote address, entitled "Quality of Life and the Successful Game Industry Career.
This year, I will kick off NIWeek with a keynote address outlining the success of LabVIEW over the past 20 years, the current success of graphical system design in the industrial space and our future opportunities in RF and high-speed digital test," Truchard said.
For more information on the SIGGRAPH 2006 Keynote Address, visit www.
To that end, Eleksen's keynote address will explore the challenges Eleksen faced and how it refocused its R&D and marketing resources to penetrate new markets.
The keynote address is being generously co-sponsored by Fireman's Fund Insurance Company and Willis North America.