“We build our products sort of like Lego, where we have different boards specific to each sensor that go on top of the main boards. So, we work on a lot of little projects here and there to complete the bigger picture.” – Miranda Holder, electrical engineer RBR’s electronics team is involved in the full scope of all our products … Read More about Life on the RBR electronics team with Miranda Holder
The RBR science team is a critical part of our research and development group. Their work is dedicated to advancing our instrument and sensor technology, characterising sensor performance under harsh conditions, and developing innovative data analysis tools. In short, they are a big part of the ‘R’ in ‘R&D’. The newest member of the team is Qi Wang. We sat … Read More about Life on the RBR science team with Qi Wang
If you spend any time at the shipping counter at RBR, you’ll quickly get a sense of the variety of instruments and sensors that we ship every day. From temperature and pressure instruments, to tide and wave loggers, to a seemingly endless variety of CTDs outfitted with biogeochemical sensors, some days it seems like no two shipments are alike. However, … Read More about Inside RBR Ruskin Software with Jason Laronde
Rob Lee, Director of Marketing, talks about how RBR is driving cost- and climate-friendly commuting. My morning commute just got a lot more interesting. Depending on traffic, it takes me about 10 to 15 minutes to drive from my home, just outside Kanata North, to the RBR office on the edge of Canada’s largest technology park. Lately, I’ve switched from … Read More about I earned $10 by biking to work today!