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EP&T: Engineers persevere pandemic via remote offices

by Stephen Law   

Canadian Manufacturing
Manufacturing Technology / IIoT

This unprecedented time has changed how tech approaches the topic of innovation

Jeremy Chambers, Nissan Technical Centre North America, set up a wire harness lab at home in his basement during COVID-19 lockdown. PHOTO: EP&T

Like much of North America’s professional workforce amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many employees are fortunate enough to be able to work remotely from a home office. Those involved directly in the fields of electronic engineering or design work would agree that doesn’t make their job any easier, but it can have some creative benefits.

Read more from Electronic Products and Technology magazine (EP&T), one of Canadian Manufacturing‘s sister publications.


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