Dedicated Computing creates work space for employees

Special to The Freeman

June 19, 2014

WAUKESHA Dedicated Computing, a Waukesha-based global technology company, said Thursday it has created a workshop area for its associates, which is referred to as The Lab.

The Lab stands for learn, apply and build, and the space is open to all company employees, giving them access to tools and resources that foster learning, collaboration and innovation, according to a company statement. The space is designed so associates can share knowledge, work on personal projects and utilize their creativity.

According to a statement, there is a variety of equipment available, including a 3D printer, CNC machine, soldering and electronic assembly stations, Arduino and Raspberry Pi platforms, various sensors and discrete components, and computer workstations with 3D modeling and CAD software. There is also video conferencing for remote offices, facilitated training and education classes on various technologies.

"As a technology company, we are excited to create a collaborative learning environment where associates have the opportunity for hands on experience and can utilize their creativity," said Bilal Khan, chief technology officer, Dedicated Computing. "We are committed to creating a culture of innovation that results in improved associate experience while helping drive associate's personal growth and learning."