Challenge finalist powers with solar

December 2, 2016 OpenSystems Media

Dell’s Connect What Matters competition encourages design engineers to build an innovative platform that could potentially have ground-breaking effects. One of the finalists in the competition, PV Hardware, based in Madrid, has such an idea that’s being transformed into a product. In this interview with Ivan Arkipoff, Director of Controls and Monitoring, you’ll hear how PV Hardware developed a communications platform powered by solar energy.

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