Bachelor Students Amp Up Orbits' Measuring Game
We’re thrilled to have a group of talented bachelor engineering students join us every Friday in the second semester. Together, we’re building a standalone measurement box that can be sent to our customers. The goal is to enable customers to measure and store current and voltage readings in a specific way, allowing us to process the data using Orbits’ algorithms. While measuring current and voltage is not overly complex, we want to ensure that technical personnel can easily perform the measurements using this equipment. That’s where the dummy-proof human machine interface (HMI) comes in, assisting customers with successful ESA measurements.