Murata Electronics MEMS Kit Tutorial Part 2| Engineering Co-ops Project
Murata 's Engineering Co-ops showcase the MEMS Evaluation Board and the SCHA63T, a 6DOF IMU combo Sensor. This video aims to educate and entertain students and professionals in the STEM field of the benefits and applications of Murata's MEMS evaluation board and its SCHA63T. The Murata Engineering Co-ops in this video are Chris Do and Roy León-Fuentes. Chris Do is an Electrical Engineering Major at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Roy León-Fuentes is an Industrial Engineering Technology Major at Kennesaw State University. Together, Chris and Roy planned and created this video project during their 2021 Fall Rotation at the Murata Electronics North America's HQ in Smyrna, GA.
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