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How we help you

Many real life and interesting problems can be solved using either computer based or smartphone based measurement and automation solutions. Two obstacles to the widespread adoption of this technology in learning are

  • the relative high cost of industrial grade hardware
  • the need to create associated learning materials suitable for beginners

Meanwhile over in the industrial marketplace, to meet the demands of short product life cycle and large product mix, two trends in the Measurement and Automation fields have emerged. They are:

  • The use of Commercial Off the Shelf Components (COTS)
  • Outsourcing

The use of COTS reduces the cost and lead-times compared with that of customized solutions. The use of such products allows for a greater opportunity of reuse. Outsourcing brings on board expertise in a short time and the cost incurred is an expense rather than an overhead. The benefit is flexible resource matching which is important in an environment where demand can change quickly. Outsourcing allows an organization to focus on its core competence.

Emant Pte Ltd helps its customers, instructors and learners, exploit the benefits from these trends.

Our Learning Model - Observe, Recreate, Modify

kolmebitWe make use of the constructionist model which says people learn best through building solutions to practical problems. However transfer (expected in creative solutions), which allows learning in one context be applied to another context that shared similar characteristics, is a difficult chasm to cross for the average learner. Our 3 steps Observe, Recreate, Modify method provides a bridge so that the average learner can create innovative solutions using DAQ modules.

  • Observe: with a starter kit or application adaptors, without any programming or hardware circuit connection, the learner can observe on their own how a correctly working DAQ module, sensors and software should behave by executing our ready to run solutions.
  • Recreate: for software, by following instructional videos or guides, the learner can follow the steps required to recreate the solution. For hardware, with the breadboard application adaptor, the student can construct the working hardware he observed before. If mistakes are made (and there will be as part of the learning process), they can compare differences with the reference solution provided with their solution and correct accordingly on their own.
  • Modify: the learner now modifies the software/hardware he had created and work towards his own project solution. The reference solution acts as comparison point.

To troubleshoot, one should go back to the last version which worked, regardless of hardware or software, to see what has changed and may have caused the problem.