The IoT Protolab is modern open electronics laboratory where innovative people can come together to exchange and explore new ideas, technologies and inventions.
Our laboratory is equipped with a variety of tools, instruments and talented members that can help you realize your ideas faster, cheaper and better.
Our current focus area is rapid prototyping of applications related to IoT and wireless technology.
If you or your organization is interested in getting access to the laboratory, feel free to contact us today.
The laboratory has 8 workstations that are equipped with both standard and specialized equipment for different types of electronics work.
The laboratory is an ESD protected area.
The laboratory has a variety of 3D printers and 3D printer materials available, including a Sigmax from BCN3D that are capable of printing large models.
The laboratory is equipped with a comprehensive list of tools and instruments that are useful when working with RF application, including a vector network analyzer, a spectrum analyzer an RF power meeter and an RF chamber.
In addition to this, the laboratory is equipped with an RFxpert antenna tester from EMSCAN that is able to test and characterize your antenna design in seconds, without the need for an anechoic chamber.
The laboratory is equipped with a semi-automatic pick and place machine from Fritsch that is ideal for assembling prototypes and small series production.
The laboratory is also equipped with a trinocular microscope that can be used for manual inspection and assembly.
The laboratory is equipped with an EMX real-time EMC and EMI diagnostic tool from EMSCAN.
This tool drastically reduces the complexity of diagnosing EMC and EMI problems in your electronics design.
In addition to basic soldering equipment and rework stations, the laboratory is equipped with a reflow oven and an IR soldering and rework station capable of soldering BGA circuits including performing reballing.