Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers have developed a way of sending signals from underwater to airborne devices; which could revolutionise underwater communications and marine research. In the past, communicating with a submarine or a scuba diver from land or air has been difficult, and there has been a lack of procedure for sharing data between the two. But all that could be about to change.
Providing an opportunity to replicate the real world and real-life scenarios, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) have become popular consumer and commercial technologies over recent years. From providing life-saving assistance in the medical sector, to improving complex assembly processes in our manufacturing industry, there’s no doubting the benefits this technology offers.
We’re looking for a Radio/EMC Test Engineer to support our growing customer base. You’ll be part of our experienced team responsible for testing with customers, writing test plans and preparing reports once testing is complete. The successful applicant will help us to increase our test capability with new standards, alongside developing and writing new UKAS procedures. Competitive salary and generous benefits are offered.