Bringing the scientific test and measurement instrumentation into the digital age.

Liquid Instruments

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Bringing the scientific test and measurement instrumentation into the digital age.

Liquid Instruments

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Liquid Instruments was founded by experimental physicists and engineers from the Physics Faculty in ANU. Liquid Instrument developed the Moku:Lab as a software reconfigurable device that transforms the capabilities of lab instrumentation – mobile, flexible and cost effective precision test and measurement and advanced digital signal processing. The product has been diversified into a high-precision instrument for industry and an affordable lower specification model for the education market.
Sector

Test and Measurement

Founder/s

Professor Daniel Shaddock
Danielle Wuchenich
Timothy Lam
David Rabeling
Paul Altin
Ben Couglan

University Partner

Australian National University

Stage

Pre-Seed
Seed
Series A (previous Fund)

Series A Bridge (Significant Fund)

Date Invested

2014
February 2020

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

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    4. Quality Education

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    5. Gender Equality

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    8. Decent Work and Economic Growth

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    9. Industry Innovation and Infrastructure

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    12. Responsible Consumption and Production

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