Nordic Semiconductor Supports Canadian University Embedded Program with Large Donation of ANT+ Chips

The program is run by a non-profit educational group called MPG (MicroProcessinG) that runs extracurricular university student programs designed to compliment electrical and computer engineering curriculums. MPG says it focuses on developing genuine hands-on, professional engineering-grade knowledge and experience, and thanks to generous industry support and thousands of hours of volunteer time, its programs are made available free-of-charge to interested students. The only requirement is that students have to have successfully completed a first year of study in their chosen degree.

MPG is now being offered at six Canadian universities this year, with over 1000 students having benefited from it in the 12 consecutive years it has been operating from the program’s operational headquarters at the University of Calgary.

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