SOURCE® Hydropanels Renewable Clean Water from the Air

Judy Warner
|  Created: November 4, 2020  |  Updated: March 10, 2021
SOURCE® Hydropanels Renewable Clean Water from the Air

According to the World Health Organization, 2 billion people across the globe rely on contaminated water sources. Dr. Cody Friesen, founder of SOURCE and Fulton Engineering professor saw this problem and developed the SOURCE® Hydropanel, a device which can extract water vapor from ambient air to create clean, potable water using the power of the sun. 

Cody Friesen joins the OnTrack podcast to discuss materials science, entrepreneurship, the ASUIO competition, and how he came to develop the hydropanel.  

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Show Highlights:

  • Cody Friesen and materials science
  • SOURCE and the search renewable water 
  • Alarming statistics: clean drinking water and foodborne illness
  • SOURCE Hydropanels: how they work and what they do
  • Why hydropanels are a massive multidisciplinary problem
  • The worldwide impact of SOURCE Hydropanel technology
  • ECEDHA (The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Head Association)
  • Entrepreneurship and the ASUIO competition 
  • Apples, Soundskrit, and chip-scale LIDAR
  • Trends in PCB Design amid the rise of Electrical Engineers
  • EEs and cross-disciplinary synergy 

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About Author

About Author

Judy Warner has held a unique variety of roles in the electronics industry for over 25 years. She has a background in PCB Manufacturing, RF and Microwave PCBs and Contract Manufacturing, focusing on Mil/Aero applications. 

She has also been a writer, blogger, and journalist for several industry publications such as Microwave Journal, PCB007 Magazine, PCB Design007, PCD&F, and IEEE Microwave Magazine, and an active board member for PCEA (Printed Circuit Engineering Association). In 2017, Warner joined Altium as the Director of Community Engagement. In addition to hosting the OnTrack Podcast and creating the OnTrack Newsletter, she launched Altium's annual user conference, AltiumLive. Warner's passion is to provide resources, support, and advocate for PCB Design Engineers worldwide.

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