Category Archives: The Signal.X Way of Life

The Signal.X / University of Cincinnati Co-op Program: The Co-op Perspective, Part 6

The Signal.X / University of Cincinnati Co-op Program: The Co-op Perspective, Part 6

I started working for Signal.X during my fourth co-op rotation, with a little experience in several engineering skills. Since starting, Signal.X has allowed me to further explore these skills, with projects relating to mechanical design, signal processing, machining, fabricating, and coding in LabVIEW. In addition, I have participated in meetings with clients, visited customer sites, and generally experienced much of the automotive engineering world. Being a small company, working at Signal.X has given me the unique opportunity of having nearly the same level of responsibility as a full-time engineer. I look forward to returning for my final co-op!

Signal.X is Hiring!

Signal.X is Hiring!

Signal.X is hiring! If you are interested in joining our team, please email careers@signalxtech.com, and read the details below about working at Signal.X and our currently available positions. What Our Employees Can Expect Located in Southeast Michigan, Signal.X Technologies specializes in engineering services and custom application development in diverse fields related to machinery noise and… Continue Reading

Teamwork and Communication

Teamwork and Communication

Whenever a group of smart, talented people are brought together and tasked with a complex mutual assignment, the very first thing that must happen is agreement on the means and expectation for teamwork and communication. In fact, it is really the other way around, communication first and then teamwork, because you simply don’t get anywhere… Continue Reading

Signal.X Welcomes Peter Skaggs to Our Team!

Signal.X Welcomes Peter Skaggs to Our Team!

Please join us in welcoming Peter Skaggs to Signal.X Technologies! After assisting us with fabrication and assembly services on a part-time basis, Peter has recently been offered a full-time position at Signal.X as a lab technician. In this role, Peter also has the added responsibilities for the organization of tools and supplies, as well as… Continue Reading

Signal.X Welcomes Miki Zheng to Our Team!

Signal.X Welcomes Miki Zheng to Our Team!

Please join us in welcoming Xueyun (Miki) Zheng to Signal.X Technologies! Miki recently graduated from Purdue University with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering technology. As a project engineer, Miki will be participating in and leading machine build activities, mechanical design engineering, machine commissioning and test engineering activities. She has experience using Inventor 3D CAD… Continue Reading

Signal.X Welcomes Sid Parmar to Our Team!

Signal.X Welcomes Sid Parmar to Our Team!

Please join us in welcoming Siddharth (Sid) Parmar to Signal.X Technologies! Sid recently graduated from Michigan Technological University with a master’s degree in mechanical engineering. As an NVH engineer, Sid will be working on conceptualization, design, control, data acquisition and analysis for NVH test automation machines. He comes with a passion for NVH and machine… Continue Reading

Stop, Drop, and Roll

Stop, Drop, and Roll

We were all taught as kids these three actions when faced with a fire emergency, and recently I have been thinking about how analogous they are to the phrase “fighting fires” in business. We all know what fire-fighting means in this context – all of us have lived through this to some extent at one… Continue Reading

Project Management in a Small Company: Part 4

Risk, Risk Planning, Risk Monitoring, Project Management, Project Management Professional, PMP

Risk Identification and Analysis Risk Planning All risks with a high-priority score (red) must have a risk plan. Medium risks (yellow) may or may not have a plan, and low risks (green) do not need a plan. All risks should be monitored throughout the project to make sure they do not change priority. There are… Continue Reading

Category Archives: The Signal.X Way of Life

The Signal.X / University of Cincinnati Co-op Program: The Co-op Perspective, Part 6

The Signal.X / University of Cincinnati Co-op Program: The Co-op Perspective, Part 6

I started working for Signal.X during my fourth co-op rotation, with a little experience in several engineering skills. Since starting, Signal.X has allowed me to further explore these skills, with projects relating to mechanical design, signal processing, machining, fabricating, and coding in LabVIEW. In addition, I have participated in meetings with clients, visited customer sites, and generally experienced much of the automotive engineering world. Being a small company, working at Signal.X has given me the unique opportunity of having nearly the same level of responsibility as a full-time engineer. I look forward to returning for my final co-op!

Signal.X is Hiring!

Signal.X is Hiring!

Signal.X is hiring! If you are interested in joining our team, please email careers@signalxtech.com, and read the details below about working at Signal.X and our currently available positions. What Our Employees Can Expect Located in Southeast Michigan, Signal.X Technologies specializes in engineering services and custom application development in diverse fields related to machinery noise and… Continue Reading

Teamwork and Communication

Teamwork and Communication

Whenever a group of smart, talented people are brought together and tasked with a complex mutual assignment, the very first thing that must happen is agreement on the means and expectation for teamwork and communication. In fact, it is really the other way around, communication first and then teamwork, because you simply don’t get anywhere… Continue Reading

Signal.X Welcomes Peter Skaggs to Our Team!

Signal.X Welcomes Peter Skaggs to Our Team!

Please join us in welcoming Peter Skaggs to Signal.X Technologies! After assisting us with fabrication and assembly services on a part-time basis, Peter has recently been offered a full-time position at Signal.X as a lab technician. In this role, Peter also has the added responsibilities for the organization of tools and supplies, as well as… Continue Reading

Signal.X Welcomes Miki Zheng to Our Team!

Signal.X Welcomes Miki Zheng to Our Team!

Please join us in welcoming Xueyun (Miki) Zheng to Signal.X Technologies! Miki recently graduated from Purdue University with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering technology. As a project engineer, Miki will be participating in and leading machine build activities, mechanical design engineering, machine commissioning and test engineering activities. She has experience using Inventor 3D CAD… Continue Reading

Signal.X Welcomes Sid Parmar to Our Team!

Signal.X Welcomes Sid Parmar to Our Team!

Please join us in welcoming Siddharth (Sid) Parmar to Signal.X Technologies! Sid recently graduated from Michigan Technological University with a master’s degree in mechanical engineering. As an NVH engineer, Sid will be working on conceptualization, design, control, data acquisition and analysis for NVH test automation machines. He comes with a passion for NVH and machine… Continue Reading

Stop, Drop, and Roll

Stop, Drop, and Roll

We were all taught as kids these three actions when faced with a fire emergency, and recently I have been thinking about how analogous they are to the phrase “fighting fires” in business. We all know what fire-fighting means in this context – all of us have lived through this to some extent at one… Continue Reading

Project Management in a Small Company: Part 4

Risk, Risk Planning, Risk Monitoring, Project Management, Project Management Professional, PMP

Risk Identification and Analysis Risk Planning All risks with a high-priority score (red) must have a risk plan. Medium risks (yellow) may or may not have a plan, and low risks (green) do not need a plan. All risks should be monitored throughout the project to make sure they do not change priority. There are… Continue Reading

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