Develop electronics and embedded systems remotely
Telework from home has been used for years by some engineers especially for private contractors. The quarantines are forcing an increasing number of engineers and tech employees to work from home (WFH). In the past, it was costly and difficult to set up an experimental laboratory at home. Most of engineers had to figure out the remote access to development tools, simulation, debugging tools and testing equipment. Fortunately, electronics and computer engineers can now continue the hardware and software development from home with the use of development boards. They can even turn the PC into electronics testbench. Many manufacturers offer cost-optimized, customizable and flexible solutions.
Digilent Inc, A National Instruments Company, is set apart by the unique expertise in FPGA-based systems, test instrumentation, and even in software. Digilent’s boards are feature-rich, ready-to-use development platforms. Engineers all over the world use Digilent USB test and measurement devices to decrease their design cycle time and increase their impact by always having an oscilloscope, logic analyzer, waveform generator and more within reach. All Digilent’s solutions come with a robust and extensive library of documentation, reference guides, tutorials, and other rich content available for free to anyone who needs it.
Read more about Digilent’s solutions to telework and discover the proposed projects on the DesignSpark Blog.