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Tuesday, February 1, 2022 - 7:00AM
Carlo Manfredini, R & D Director, Emona Tims
Being able to complete hands-on laboratory classwork when away from the lab due to Covid or time and travel limitations is an important capability to offer to students. Allowing students to complete their lab sessions 24/7 and at their own pace is shown to complement and enhance their overall laboratory performance. Up to 6 different platforms located in Australia will be accessed & demonstrated live and participants are invited to also access them during the live demonstration. Each platform supports up to 60 students simultaneously as the hardware/server combination time-shares itself with multiple users at once. The system, netCIRCUITlabs, is currently operating worldwide and is the subject of several research studies.
Carlo Manfredini, graduated from UNSW, Sydney in 1983 with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (Hons) and worked in several design & manufacturing environments before establishing EMONA TIMS along with Alfred Breznik in 1986. Focusing predominantly on the design & development side of the business, Carlo also contributes to the Marketing side of the business, utilising his skills developed via his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree completed in 1999. In his spare time (what's that?) he enjoys coaching children in Robotics tournaments such as FIRST, reading and surfing