Refresh Your Teaching Lab With Modern Instruments and Software

Refresh Your Teaching Lab With Modern Instruments and Software

Join Keysight for a look at the latest hardware and software solutions that will help you modernize and advance your teaching labs to prepare students for industry.

Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Time: 1:00 PM EST | 10:00 AM PST
Duration: 60 minutes
Sponsored by: Keysight Technologies and TestEquity

Why this webcast is important:
Engineering labs prepare students for industry. Having the right equipment in those classrooms and teaching labs reinforces critical concepts, and helps students learn and prepare for the future using the instruments they are likely to depend on in their careers. Building both a strong understanding of measurements and what they mean and confidence in the accuracy of the measurements will enhance learning providing additional insight into the electronics world. 

Keysight continues to create new and innovative ways to follow the electronic signal. Keysight can help your students follow and understand that electronic signal; and, students can become familiar with the leading-edge instruments and software solutions used in industry. Join Keysight for a look at the latest hardware and software solutions that will help you modernize and advance your teaching labs to prepare students for industry.

Who should view this webcast:
University faculty, Professors, lecturers, Deans, department chairs, department heads, lab managers, research center directors.

 
 
 
 
 
Presented by:
 
 
Brian Wood
Senior Application Engineer
Keysight Technologies

Brian is the BenchVue Support manager. He’s been with HP/Agilent/Keysight since 1973 with 8 years off from 2006-2014 for retirement. He’s contributed to the development and support of the 3060, 3065 and 3070 in-circuit test systems and the TS-54xx series of Automotive Functional Test systems, and has supported general purpose bench, VXI and LXI products, including DMMs, Function Generators, Digitizers, Power Supplies and more. He’s an avid ham radio operator, call sign W0DZ, who likes tinkering with electronics and DXing (talking to foreign lands), mostly using Morse code.