Moku:Pro — the flagship test and measurement platform offered by Liquid Instruments — won the gold medal in the Test & Measurement category of the 2022 Leadership in Engineering Achievement Program (LEAP) Awards. The company is honored to receive this prestigious award, which recognizes forward-thinking products for excellence in design engineering.
Moku:Pro was selected for its unique combination of flexibility, performance, and ease of use to help engineers and scientists advance research and discovery. The judges commented: “An interesting and innovative multi-instrument unit; great work.”
The annual awards are sponsored by WTWH Media, parent company of Design World, Fluid Power World, Fastener Engineering, and EE World. This year’s winners span across 14 categories in a range of disciplines and were chosen by an independent judging panel of 14 engineering and academic professionals.
“We’re thrilled to win this award,” said Daniel Shaddock, CEO of Liquid Instruments. “Thanks to our software-first approach, Moku:Pro provides a range of advantages over traditional standalone, hardware-based products. We look forward to leading our industry further into the digital age with even more innovations in the years ahead.”
Moku:Pro delivers a flexible, integrated platform that gives users instant access to more than 10 test and measurement instruments in one compact, software-defined device. With Multi-instrument Mode, researchers can use up to four instruments at once to simplify and accelerate their research. Thanks to its innovative field-programmable gate array (FPGA)-based architecture, Moku:Pro is also customizable through Moku Cloud Compile, allowing users to deploy DSP within minutes to create their own custom instruments and optimize their experiments according to specific needs.
This is an exciting achievement for Liquid Instruments. The recognition solidifies the company’s position as a leader in the test and measurement industry by providing next-generation tools that expand the boundaries of technology and performance.