Liquid Instruments was founded in Canberra by a team of experimental physicists and engineers, including former researchers from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Their equipment helps scientists, engineers, students and professionals seamlessly acquire data, run measurements and control their experiments.
“We started Liquid Instruments because we were frustrated with current test and measurement equipment and realised that a new approach based on a different technology could really make a difference,” says Liquid Instruments CEO Professor Daniel Shaddock.
The company’s flagship product, Moku:Lab, integrates 12 precision test and measurement instruments into a single, compact hardware device.
To replicate all that Moku:Lab can deliver would require tens of thousands of dollars in separate equipment purchases and significantly more lab space to house it all.
Liquid Instruments began making Moku:Labs in a small storeroom at the Australian