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Did you know that most satellites are being built with Excel? Or that engineers spend 86% of their time updating documents and searching for information? It’s about time to approach the way of engineering from a different angle. In complex hardware engineering projects, there are usually three different kinds of engineering data that must be...
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Quantum Magneto Satellite (QMSat) is a student project at the University of Sherbrooke which started in the fall of 2018 when the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) launched the Canadian CubeSat Initiative. The team is composed of students with different academic backgrounds and consists mostly of electrical, computer and mechanical engineering students who complete this project...
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Mini Series: Efficient Engineering 101 Developing complex hardware in a fast-growing engineering team is not an easy task. While a small team will grow initially quite organically, all teams hit the point where they for the first time have to get serious about defining processes and tools.Usually that point is reached, when you have the...
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A guide through the Hardware Engineering Tool Landscape 2019 In an era of “digitization”, “smart factories” and everything “4.0”, it is hard to keep an overview over the evolving engineering tool landscape for hardware development. This blog post starts with a look at the three types of data that are crucial for hardware engineering. Then...
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