TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bittele Electronics Inc., a Toronto-based firm specializing in prototype and low volume printed circuit board assembly, announced today that it was excited to provide sponsorship to George Tech's solar car engineering team, called the Solar Jackets, in the form of custom PCBs for its competitive solar racing cars. This support furthers Bittele’s mission of corporate responsibility and community engagement through assisting student engineers in design competitions, classroom demonstrations, and teacher support in the field of technology.
Andrew Harris, team member of the Solar Jackets, said: “Bittele has allowed our team to rapidly prototype and test our advanced electronic systems for our next-generation solar racing vehicle.”
Ege Borluoglu, marketing coordinator of Bittele Electronics, said: “It's part of Bittele's core values to assist student engineers and we look forward to providing more PCB services to other student design competitions. In addition, we are happy to be part of helping innovations in green energy technology. If you have student design competition that needs PCB fabrication services, please contact us at email@example.com for more information about Bittele’s Sponsorship Support Program.”
About Bittele Electronics
Bittele Electronics is a privately-owned, Toronto-based company that specializes in board level turnkey PCB assembly for design engineers needing low volume or prototype printed circuit board. Since 2003, it has served clients in both the United States and Canada spanning many applications, business lines, and industry sectors.
About the Georgia Tech Solar Jackets
The Georgia Tech Solar Jackets is a student organization whose mission is to design and construct competitive solar racing cars. The team has recently competed in the Formula Sun Grand Prix, held in Austin, Texas in 2013. Their next competition is planned for the 2015 World Solar Challenge in Australia.