National Instruments has been transforming to better serve you—the engineers and enterprises creating extraordinary solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.
So, you may notice some things look a little different about us. For starters, we’re shortening our name to NI to acknowledge the global markets we serve and because we do so much more than create “instruments.” We have a new look that reflects our people-first mindset and commitment to making a positive impact on humanity. We launched a modernized website to improve your experience. And we have a new logo to illustrate our forward-thinking approach to engineering.
Why change now? When we were founded, we set out to do one thing: radically improve how engineers innovate. Today, that responsibility remains unchanged. But a lot has changed over the past 40 years. Your businesses and technology are more complex, and we’re all moving faster than ever.
The events of the last several months have also changed our lives. The gravity of those events made us stop and reflect if now was the right time to introduce these changes to you. But to us, the answer was clear: our world needs engineers now more than ever. From low