Hardware developer drawn to manufacturing to 'build products to better serve the community'

Mr Ashwin Venkatram (seen here with probes to examine the circuit board of a robot) is a hardware developer at electronics group Rohde & Schwarz. He builds electronic instruments that engineers can use in their laboratories to troubleshoot and design
Mr Ashwin Venkatram (seen here with probes to examine the circuit board of a robot) is a hardware developer at electronics group Rohde & Schwarz. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
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SINGAPORE - Mr Ashwin Venkatram was drawn to manufacturing as it offered him the chance to better serve the community by designing and building products that others use on a regular basis.

This gave purpose to the working life of the 25-year-old, who has been a hardware developer at electronics group Rohde & Schwarz since 2019.

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