The electronic workshop develops new geophysical instruments and maintains the large pool of existing instruments.
Development of new instruments like Apsu or tTEM requires iteration after iteration of experiments and changes before everything works. The two electronic engineers in the workshop run these processes in close collaboration with the geophysicists and students in HGG.
When we send instruments to Antarctica or Africa on a project they need to work, and cables and connectors have to be of the highest quality. Hence the maintenance of the instrument pool is crucial and is an important part of what is done in the workshop.
The workshop produces some of our instruments for sale. This is e.g our Ground Conductivity Meter (GCM) acquisition system for DuaelEM. Please enquire about possibilities and prices.