Bittele Electronics, a market leader in PCB assembly services for design engineers needing low volume and prototype printed circuit boards, proudly announced today that it is assisting the University of Waterloo's student engineers by providing custom PCBs for their high tech, formula-style electric racing car. Bittele has made it a core value of its mission of community involvement and corporate responsibility to sponsor young engineers in projects that further their educational and professional development.
"We are always thrilled to help students and their technology professors in providing PCB services for design competitions, classroom experiences and hands-on engineering projects that further their development and springboard new innovations especially in the area of energy-saving and green technologies," said Ege Borluoglu, marketing coordinator of Bittele Electronics.
"Since we believe that design competitions are a valuable learning experience, we anticipate sponsoring more of them in the future. Any student design team that needs PCBs fabricated and assembled is eligible. To learn more about Bittele Electronics' Sponsorship Program, we encourage any student or technology professor to visit http://www.7pcb.com" Borluoglu added.
About Bittele Electronics
Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Scarborough, Canada, Bittele Electronics, a specialist in turnkey PCB assembly for low volume or prototype printed circuit boards, has a broad base of clients in Canada and the US, which it has successfully served, covering a wide range of applications, businesses and industries.
About University of Waterloo (UW) Electric Motorsports
Started in 2012, the University of Waterloo Electric Motorsports student racing team has been pursuing its goal of building the University’s first ever formula style electric car. It will take their formula style electric car on the road to Lincoln, NE, to compete in the 2015 International SAE competition. As the first Formula Student Electric Racing team in Ontario, and the second team in Canada, the UW Motorsports team looks forward to competing in this event, which attracts students and industry experts from all over the world.