An instrumentation engineer slips into a variety of roles, be it designing, developing, managing, installing or marketing, and is often employed across various industries. In India, the jobs available in instrumentation are more focused on sales and marketing as well as IT industry. Let us take a look at the scope for a career in instrumentation in India, the kind of opportunities available and the pay it offers
Everybody uses mobile devices, but how many of us know the secrets of testing these? Lauri Antila, vice president-marketing and business development, JOT Automation spoke to EFY about the latest in mobile testing and the role of automation. JOT Automation, founded in 1988, develops test and production solutions for smart products, components and electronics
Automatic protection switching schemes allow configuring a pair of lines for line redundancy. When the working interface fails, the protection interface quickly assumes the network traffic and provides end users with a continuous operation. Let’s delve deep into protection mechanisms...
Semiconductor diode lasers are close second to solid-state lasers in usage as far as tactical military applications of lasers are concerned. Laser aiming modules fitted on small arms and used to enhance night-fighting capability of infantry soldiers, short-to-medium range eye-safe laser rangefinders used for observation and surveillance, laser proximity sensors and short-range laser dazzlers are some prominent examples. Focus in this part of the article is on semiconductor diode laser electronics
Various challenges, such as physical size and power consumption, have become more of a concern for embedded devices. This article presents some high-level solutions that are available to tackle the challenge.
All electronic devices have the potential to emit electromagnetic fields. In order to bring your product to market, you need to ensure it clears a set of EMC tests. Let us find out some facts about these tests and how to build a test kit for it
German auto firm, EDAG, made a stir at this year’s Geneva Motor Show with a fully 3D printed auto body called Genesis. And why not? Its smooth grey curves and futuristic honeycomb ooze sex appeal. And did we mention 3D printed cars?
EDAG aids major carmakers in design and production, and they’re no stranger to the 11-day Geneva Motor Show, a mecca where over 600,000 car enthusiasts come to ogle the best cars of today and glimpse a few visions of tomorrow.