EEWeb Interviews Oscium’s Matt Lee on The Future of Test Equipment
EEWeb's recent interview highlights test equipment integration into mobile devices like iPad, iPhone.
Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) June 26, 2013
Oscium creates test equipment that utilizes the intuitive features and touchscreen technology of mobile devices like the iPad and iPhone. Founded by brothers Matt and Bryan Lee in January of 2010, Oscium existed for an entire year before releasing its first product. During that year, the Oscium engineering team was developing and fine-tuning its first product -the iMSO scope- in its Oklahoma City offices. The company has since expanded and has recently won multiple design and engineering awards for their WiPry family of products.
EEWeb spoke with Matt Lee, the Co-founder and Technical Team Lead at Oscium about the company’s growth, why they targeted mobile devices for their test equipment products, and why he believes that Oscium is paving the way for the future of test equipment.
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Co-founders Joe Wolin and Cody Miller formed Aspen Labs, LLC in 2007 with the goal of creating a business media company that focuses on the needs of engineers. Their first web product called “eCalc” was launched in 2008 and became an instant success among professionals and students. In 2010, they partnered with Digi-Key Corporation and launched EEWeb, a premier electrical engineering community for hardware designers.
In 2011, Aspen Labs, LLC launched EEWeb Pulse Magazine, a digital publication that highlights content from EEWeb Community.
Aspen Labs positions itself for strong growth into 2012 and beyond through the development of innovative web-based products and services.
Oscium delivers personal instrumentation that leverages the easy-to-use interface of the iPad, iPhone and iPod. As an app-cessory maker, Oscium designs both an accessory and an app for each tool. Using touchscreen-based technology, Oscium is making cutting edge test equipment more intuitive and easy to use. Oscium has created a new category in test equipment called iOS Test with the following first-to-market accessory tools: LogiScope (logic analyzer), iMSO-104 (mixed signal oscilloscope), WiPry-Combo (combination spectrum analyzer & dynamic power meter), WiPry-Spectrum (spectrum analyzer).
The future of test equipment is here.
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