Jenkins is an automation server. With it, we can specify a test pipeline that is triggered when new code is pushed to GitHub. Jenkins then pulls the changes, runs tests in the specified order, and reports back to GitHub whether tests have passed or not.
At IRNAS we are experienced in providing custom solutions for various bioprinting applications. For core-shell bioprinting, we have developed a custom nozzle that can be fed with material from two extruders simultaneously, allowing precise control of flow and deposition.
Many of our solutions must ensure reliable operation under harsh conditions and therefore require a robust and durable enclosure capable of protecting the electronic components inside. When developing Arribada PitStop Turtle Tag tracking system, we prepared two different solutions, a dismantlable waterproof enclosure and casting in an encapsulation resin, with both options providing advantages for the specific applications.
IRNAS has been actively involved in environmental and animal conservation since its founding in 2014. Last year, we have been working with Smart Parks to develop a modular LoRaWAN® GPS tracker for use as a collar payload on wildlife like Lions, Wisents, Elephants and also park rangers and vehicles.
Building a solution that will work in 2040 is entirely feasible today with technologies and solutions currently available. To enable such a long lifetime from the communication perspective, a suitable technology must be chosen and the whole solution must be very rigorously tested.
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