Hello again! It has been a busy couple of months since the last post. Here are a couple of highlights since last you heard from me.
In the end of November, two co-workers and I attended the SPS IPC DRIVES fair in Nuremberg, Germany for two days. It’s a huge fair for industrial automation hosted every year. This year Industry 4.0, connectivity and cloud based solutions for data tracking seemed to be the hottest topics among the exhibitors. A vast amount of spectacular applications was showcased. To give a few examples, we saw augmented reality, a piano playing robot and a tiny 10kW inverter.
After a long day at the fair, we had a traditional German dinner at an old fashion restaurant with sausages and sauerkraut.
During December and beginning of January I have concluded my analogue-hardware design project. The schematic is now finished and have been passed on to a co-worker, who will do the pcb layout so that I can move on to the software and control part of the trainee program. This part will mainly be focused on the programming and tuning of the power electronics for the Chalmers Formula Student (CFS) 2019 team. So far it is going well and if you want to see the motor run, follow ArosElectronics on Instagram!