Did you know?
Testing and calibration of capacitance in tuning fork devices is automatically done with specialized computer controlled equipment to ensure accuracy of these instruments.
Neither did we, a year ago.
We admit, capacitance is not our most knowledgeable subject, but it is a concept we needed to understand in order to best serve our client, Endress + Hauser. At Porch, we’re committed to our client and to making the best video we can, that includes gaining insight and understanding to whatever topic we need to to tell the story best.
Endress + Hauser is a global manufacturing company for process automation. They’re privately owned and based out of Switzerland, but their US headquarters is located in Greenwood, IN.
One of the reasons why we have really enjoyed working with Endress + Hauser is because it allows us to take highly technical information and transform it into digestible video content. If you’re wondering what highly technical information we’re referring to, we suggest taking a look at that very first sentence again. We also appreciate the fact that they are a global client. Part of our expertise is rooted in global leadership so being able to bring some of that expertise with a client that is global, but headquartered in Indianapolis, was a nice fit for our company.
As communicators, it’s important to be able to be nuanced into these highly technical phrases and verbiage. There was also a big component from shooting with safety protocol, being able to maneuver in the facility in safe ways, and capture footage that they were happy with.
In all honesty, it was fun and interesting being able to learn about something we otherwise might not have taken the time to dive deep into. That’s a perk that comes along with working at Porch. Our clients do such a wide variety of interesting things and by creating content for them, we get to learn about them along the way.
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