We can work with you at any stage of the product life cycle, including product redesign, reverse engineering, project rescues, even cost-downs.
Let us help you solve your engineering problems!
Turn your ideas and requirements into models to explore, using system, analog and digital level tools
Turn existing specs into reality – design circuit schematics, PCB layout, RTL and embedded software keeping a close eye on costs
Create a physical prototype for testing – handling all aspects of PCB manufacture, component procurement, assembly, programming and testing.
Design an evaluation platform, including specification of equipment, design of special test jigs and programming of any automation required.
With a 15+ Year track record in industry, working for big companies, we have developed quite a wide set of skills.
With a history of working with multiple embedded platforms, digital and analog circuit modeling and design, Microcontroller programming, PCB design, FPGA hardware and RTL design, Integrated Circuit design, Evaluation rig and Production Testing,
We think we have got many aspects of electronics covered.
We will follow any existing design process you have in place, or make something specific for your needs.
We will work to a fixed-price or by-the-hour model, whatever suits your needs.
We have a particular focus on low-cost design and value for money
Contact us and let's see how we can work together!
Electronic Circuit Modeling and Design
On Linux, RTOS or bare-metal
Layout, Manufacture and Assembly
RTL design with VHDL or Verilog
RELIABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY
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