This year, Bittele Electronics, a company specializing in prototype and low volume PCB assembly, helped the Cornell University Autonomous Underwater Vehicle team (CUAUV) in their project to build a versatile underwater robotics platform. Bittele sponsored the team with the custom PCBs they needed for their project. Tom Jackson, the team lead, specifically thanked Bittele for their contribution. CUAUV, who won the 2009 Office of Naval Research AUV competition, tries to push the limits of robotics technology in extreme environments.
Ege Borluoglu, marketing coordinator of Bittele Electronics, said: "We aim to help future engineers achieve their goals and look forward to sponsoring futher pcb services for students, teams and organizations. If you have an exciting student project, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll see if we can help."
Bittele Electronics has been in operation since 2003 and has established themselves as a low volume ECM (electronic contract manufacturing) and turnkey printed circuit board (PCB) assembly service. They further provide expertise and consulting in design for manufacture (DfM) questions. For more information, visit www.bittele.com
Bittele Electronics Inc
250 Consumers Road (Suite 202) North York, Ontario, M2J 4V6