University of Toronto’s Blue Sky Solar Racing Team sponsorship continues

University of Toronto Viridian Solar Car Reveal

Electro-Meters, in cooperation with Rigol Technologies, continues the sponsorship of University of Toronto’s Blue Sky Solar Racing Team and their new solar car Viridian. Rigol’s oscilloscope and load, along with ITECH’s power supply allows the team to test the electronic systems under race-like conditions.
University of Toronto using ITECH equipment
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FormuleSAE

Third place in the general ranking! EM/Rigol congratulates FormUL at the University of Laval which won third place in the general ranking at FSAE North 2019!

Troisième place au classement général! EM félicite à la ForumUL à l’Université Laval qui a décroché la troisième place au classement général à FSAE North 2019! C’est une équipe motivée, disciplinée et compétitive qui a fait possible surpasser tous les objectifs. EM/Rigol est fier de faire partie de cette réalisation important!

FormuleSAE FormuleSAE More details on University of Laval’s Formule SAE program / Au sujet de programme Formule SAE de l’Université Laval

 

• Contact Dave for more!

SAE SAE

UMSAE is a student-run engineering design group based out of the University of Manitoba

UMSAE is a non-profit student organization at the University of Manitoba made up of 4 design teams, each of which designs a unique vehicle. The Aero Design, Baja, Formula Electric and Formula teams each provide post-secondary students with unique and exciting fast paced and hands on experiences, allowing them to develop design, manufacturing and team building skills amongst many others! EM/Rigol is proud to sponsor the USMAE program!

• Contact Dave for more!

FormuleSAE

FormuleSAE

Third place in the general ranking! EM congratulates FormUL at the University of Laval which won third place in the general ranking at FSAE North 2019! In addition, the car with 4 Independent engines won the first place in the category of the best energy efficiency! Getting a podium and two trophies is a huge reward after a year full of challenges and efforts. Kudos to this motivated, disciplined and competitive team that has surpassed its goals! EM/Rigol is proud to be a part of this major achievement!

Troisième place au classement général! EM félicite à la ForumUL à l’Université Laval qui a décroché la troisième place au classement général à FSAE North 2019! De plus, sa voiture à 4 moteurs indépendants s’est méritée la première place dans la catégorie de la meilleure efficacité énergétique! Obtenir un podium et deux trophées est une récompense immense après une année pleine de défis et d’efforts. C’est une équipe motivée, disciplinée et compétitive qui a fait possible surpasser tous les objectifs. EM/Rigol est fier de faire partie de cette réalisation important!

FormuleSAE More details on University of Laval’s Formule SAE program / Au sujet de programme Formule SAE de l’Université Laval

 

• Contact Dave for more!

GirlsSystem

Electro-Meters is proud to sponsor GirlsSySTEM and Catriona, the latest Rigol scope winner!

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The Girls SySTEM Mentorship Program is an NSERC-funded mentorship platform which connects young women in grades 7-12 with professional mentors in their desired science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. GirlsSySTEM aims to empower young innovators with early experiential learning, hands-on mentorship, and workplace shadowing in elementary and high school so that they can gain the confidence and resources to excel at every stage of their academic careers.

Catriona Farquharson (mentee) is a grade 12 student at Regiopolis-Notre Dame in Kingston, Ontario. She joined Girls SySTEM in the fall and has thoroughly enjoyed spending time with other motivated students and mentors. Thanks to her mentor, Glynis Perrett, Catriona has had the opportunity to visit IPG photonics, a laser company. She was fascinated by the exciting applications of physics and engineering and how the two disciplines intersect. Catriona is appreciative of the Girls SySTEM program for giving her these unique experiences and to companies like Electro-Meters for fueling her curiosities.

Catriona will be commencing her university studies in September and is considering concentrating in Engineering Physics. She hopes to design products that will have a positive impact on society and the environment, while pursuing her passions for science and math.

GirlsSystem

We at Electro-Meters wish Catriona success in her selected post secondary education, and hope she has many great years with her Rigol DS1054z. We commend mentors like Anna, Glynis and the founder Kathryn at Girls sySTEM for their excellent work.

 

More details on GirlsSySTEM program, mentee- and mentorships can be found here.

 

• Contact Dave for more!

machine mavericks

Electro-Meters is proud to sponsor Kingston’s Machine Mavericks

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It was quite a weekend for the Machine Mavericks, a high school robotics team from Kingston at the Windsor Essex Great Lakes tournament. Of the 40 teams present, the Mavericks were part of the 3-team alliance that won the tournament! In addition they were the Top Rookie Seed, and selected as Rookie All Star.

This weekend’s results guarantee a trip to the provincial championships in Mississauga in two weeks!  

• Contact Dave for more!

Sherbrooke

Electro-Meters is proud to sponsor Sherbrooke University’s EMUS Electric Motorcycle Project

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EMUS is a technocial group for engineering students to design and build a competitive electric motorcycle

EMUS (Electric Motorcycle of Université de Sherbrooke) est un groupe technique dans lequel des étudiants en génie travaillent sur la conception et la fabrication d’une moto électrique de compétition.

The vision is to develop an electric propulsion system for any type of motorized platform.

La vision est de développer un système de propulsion électrique et générique pour n’importe quelle plateforme motorisée.

EMUS site • Contact Dave for more!

ConcordiaConcordia

Electro-Meters is proud to sponsor the Blue Sky Solar Racing Club at the University of Toronto

. The team will be in Australia from Oct. 13 – 20th to participate in the Darwin to Adelaide race. Vehicles are limited to 4 square meters of solar cells and 5 kW of stored energy. EM will be cheering them on.

The Blue Sky Solar Racing Club (Blue Sky Club) based in the University of Toronto is an Engineering student club specializing in the design, construction, and racing of solar powered vehicles. Since 1997, the Blue Sky Club has represented the University of Toronto in biennial solar racing events around the world. Bound by real world constraints, the Blue Sky Club makes use of a multi-disciplinary design approach, the resources provided by the club’s supporters, and the passion of its members to develop and implement the best possible solutions to improve the racing performance of its vehicles.

 
 
Sherbrooke

Electro-Meters is proud to sponsor Sherbrooke University’s EMUS Electric Motorcycle Project

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EMUS is a technocial group for engineering students to design and build a competitive electric motorcycle

EMUS (Electric Motorcycle of Université de Sherbrooke) est un groupe technique dans lequel des étudiants en génie travaillent sur la conception et la fabrication d’une moto électrique de compétition.

The vision is to develop an electric propulsion system for any type of motorized platform.

La vision est de développer un système de propulsion électrique et générique pour n’importe quelle plateforme motorisée.

EMUS site • Contact Dave for more!

ConcordiaConcordia

Electro-Meters is proud to sponsor the Blue Sky Solar Racing Club at the University of Toronto

. The team will be in Australia from Oct. 13 – 20th to participate in the Darwin to Adelaide race. Vehicles are limited to 4 square meters of solar cells and 5 kW of stored energy. EM will be cheering them on.

The Blue Sky Solar Racing Club (Blue Sky Club) based in the University of Toronto is an Engineering student club specializing in the design, construction, and racing of solar powered vehicles. Since 1997, the Blue Sky Club has represented the University of Toronto in biennial solar racing events around the world. Bound by real world constraints, the Blue Sky Club makes use of a multi-disciplinary design approach, the resources provided by the club’s supporters, and the passion of its members to develop and implement the best possible solutions to improve the racing performance of its vehicles.

 
 
ConcordiaConcordia

EM/Rigol Canada is a proud sponsor of Concordia University’s Formula Electric Vehicle Race Team

If you have an electric vehicle development or race team, please contact us to discuss sponsorship opportunities!