Sigenics is involved in mentoring interns and summer students from our historic Bronzeville neighborhood. Our executives have given presentations to the local Rotary Club. On the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology, Sigenics engineers act as technical advisers to IIT students in the Inter Professional Projects Program (IPRO). Sigenics engineers work with IIT students to help the students define the electrical engineering portions of their projects and find practical approaches to accomplish their engineering tasks.
Below: Tarun (standing) and Kevin (seated) demonstrate how a Sigenics EMG sensor is used to control a robotic hand (mounted on stand) using muscle signals detected in Kevin’s right arm. The demonstration was made for high-school students at the Boeing Scholarship Academy event held on the campus of The Illinois Institute of Technology.
Sigenics acquires new prober
July 2012: Sigenics acquired a new automatic wafer prober to enhance out in-house production test capability
Sigenics delivers first of QFN32 packaged devices
July 2012: Destined for use in electronic test equipment, this RF device is packaged in a 32 pin QFN package and tested to specification on Sigenics-constructed test equipment.