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Michael Janov

August 10, 2017


Electrical Accessories for Freight

During his spring internship, Michael Janov worked on two electrical engineering projects. In the first project, he developed the printed circuit board assembly (PCBA) and initial firmware for a prototype accessory board that allows easier integration of hardware devices with Freight and FetchCore. One of the challenges of hardware projects is the time it takes to have the hardware made and assembled. While waiting for the PCBA to come back, Michael evaluated several off-the-shelf wireless charging modules.

If you are currently enrolled in an electrical engineering related degree program, and this kind of project interests you, definitely check out our internships. We still have openings for Electrical Engineering Internships in both of the upcoming Fall and Spring semesters. Michael has now returned to Northeastern University to complete his studies, but will be joining as a full time Electrical Engineer early next year.

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