Core Electronics is powered by the maker movement. I hear you ask "what's a maker?". in short, a "maker" is
Core Electronics is powered by the maker movement. I hear you ask "what's a maker?". in short, a "maker" is someone that creates "stuff". Such as practical projects around the home (a project that tweets you when your plants are thirsty), or a sprinkler system that is connected to live weather forecasts to avoid unnecessary usage. Neat!
With that said, the maker movement is also largely driven by the educational sector. Australian educators have long understood that the next generation of employment must be adapt with innovation. The ability to identify an unmet need, and make a solution. Educators often lean to maker electronics and hardware for sources of inspiration which encourage the ability to "think" like an innovator.
Here at Core Electronics we are partnered with the most influential brands of the maker movement, including Sparkfun, Adafruit, Raspberry Pi and Arduino to name just a few of the forty plus we are partnered with. We create our own educational tutorials, projects and videos to help people climb technical hurdles. We have regular educational workshops at our offices in Newcastle, where we show people face-to-face how to write code, build circuits and use modern tech that most schools / Universities are yet to get their paws on.
And finally, we're powered by makers, for makers. Yep - this is the full time job of several staff in sunny Newcastle NSW. We're here to help, send us an email or give us a call.