Remote Work: some of you are experienced Work-from-Homers and others are doing it for the first time.
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.
If you’re starting a new project to build a complex piece of hardware, you might be looking for a more ‘agile’ way of doing things. One of the most important ways to streamline the engineering process is a data repository tool, a “single source of truth” where all latest design data and decisions are stored, linked to requirements and key performance indicators, tracked, summarized and documented.
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.
We’re feeling refreshed! As the team grows we start asking ourselves tough questions to make sure we’re moving in the right direction. This is why our team has spent the last few months figuring out the pillars in which we sustain our values and ambitions by answering three important questions: why, how and what.
As a hardware engineering company, you are maybe not focused on ‘big data’ and artificial intelligence in itself, still being able to work with sizable amounts of data and extracting knowledge out of them is quickly becoming an important competitive advantage.
When explaining the basic concepts of Valispace – collaboration, technical data exchange, connecting data with formulas – a question that often comes up is how Valispace compares with spreadsheets, and especially with cloud-based spreadsheet such as Excel Online and Google Sheets.
“Why?” might be the most intriguing question about any startup. Independently of the technical or economic viability of the idea or product, the answer to the motives of creating something new reveals so much more than a landing page will ever tell you.