LabOSat: Low cost measurement platform designed for hazardous environments

  title={LabOSat: Low cost measurement platform designed for hazardous environments},
  author={M. Barella and G. A. Sanca and F. Gomez Marlasca and George Rodriguez and D. Martelliti and L. Abanto and Pablo Levy and F. Golmar},
  journal={2016 Seventh Argentine Conference on Embedded Systems (CASE)},
  • M. Barella, G. Sanca, +5 authors F. Golmar
  • Published 2016
  • Environmental Science, Engineering
  • 2016 Seventh Argentine Conference on Embedded Systems (CASE)
In this work the characteristics and performance of LabOSat platform to carry out experiments over electronic devices in aggressive environments are described. Configurable, portable, low weight and low cost are the main features. First measurements made in our laboratory are presented before testing in space. 

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