Check out how an ANU spin out is about to change hardware as we know it

Liquid Instruments, an ANU spin out, is revolutionising the $17b test and measurement market with their latest product, Moku:Go. Test and Measurement devices are used by scientists and engineers to measure, generate and process the electronic signals that are fundamental to the photonics, semiconductor, aerospace and automotive industries. The company has raised more than $20M in Venture Capital investment, and now has 1,000 users in 30 countries.

“We worked with educators and students to better understand the importance of a hands-on lab experience with access to high-quality instrumentation. Moku:Go enables students to have both, on a platform they can take anywhere,” says the Moku:Go team.

Moku:Go is a complete engineering lab solution for students to actively learn key concepts from circuits to senior design. Designed to be carried in a backpack, Moku:Go features 8 instruments and optional programmable power supplies. It eliminates the need for bulky benchtop instruments and empowers students to learn wherever they are. An intuitive user interface (UI) is included for Windows and Mac, and API support integrates with the rest of your curriculum. They like to say they’ve thought of everything to ensure students have a complete experience for four years and beyond.

Hear more about their story and the release of their new products by booking in to the free lunch-n-learn webinar coming up later this month.

Book your ticket here to attend the event on 23 June at 12:30pm.