R&D and embedded development

Research and Development (R&D) and embedded development are critical components of the business software and IT technology industry. With the rapid development of technology, companies are constantly seeking innovative ways to improve their products and stay ahead of the competition. Embedded development, in particular, plays a vital role in creating systems and devices that are integrated with hardware, software, and firmware.

Business software and IT value are greatly enhanced through R&D and embedded development efforts. For example, through R&D, companies can develop new products and services that offer greater efficiency, lower costs, and better user experiences. Similarly, embedded development can help companies create systems that are highly reliable, secure, and scalable. This can lead to increased revenue and growth, as well as improved customer satisfaction.

The rapid development of technology has made it easier for companies to keep up with the changing demands of the market. As a result, R&D and embedded development have become essential components of the IT industry. By investing in these areas, companies can stay ahead of the curve, meet the evolving needs of their customers, and achieve greater success.

PCB design

The PCB design process begins with transforming the conceptual schematic into a physical PCB layout. Then it's time to test your troubleshooting skills by placing components in a tightly constrained space. The PCB routing process is both an art and a science. Using physical wires, you will define the electrical connectivity between components on a PCB layout. No two PCBs are the same, routing is what makes your design unique

Custom sensors development

Custom sensors can perform a range of monitoring tasks that extend the standard set of sensors. In addition to parameterized versions of Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), Packet Sniffer and NetFlow sensors, custom sensors can be created using Windows Management Instrumentation Query Language (WQL) or Python by compiling an .exe file, using any Windows development tool, and you can request any Representational State Transfer (REST) application programming interface (API) that returns JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) or Extensible Markup Language (XML) and map the results to channels. Temperature sensors, humidity sensors, vibration/vibration sensors, PIR/motion and proximity sensors, smoke/fire detection sensors, leak sensors, level meters, airflow, air quality and CO2 sensors, access sensors, pressure sensors, flow sensors, pressure switches, touch sensors, etc.

Custom electronic devices

Based on rich experience in electronic product development, we design custom electronics that fully meet design requirements and customer expectations. We provide a full cycle of electronics design services, delivering a fully production-ready product. Our electronics designers take exceptional care of the entire development process - from component selection to PCB assembly and testing. As part of our electrical engineering services, we develop solutions for digital and analog electronics, build automation devices, multi-sensor IoT network systems, energy management systems, and FPGA-based systems

Pre production units

In the manufacturing industry, a pre-production unit (PPU) is a fully functional prototype of a device used for demonstration and evaluation in preparation for mass production Pre-production series small pre-production series in small quantities

3D modeling prototyping

In 3D computer graphics, 3D modeling is the process of creating a mathematical representation of any surface of an object (inanimate or living) in three dimensions based on coordinates using specialized software by manipulating edges, vertices and polygons in a simulated 3D space. Three-dimensional (3D) models represent a physical body by means of a set of points in 3D space, connected by various geometric elements such as triangles, lines, curved surfaces, etc. [4] Being a collection of data ( points and other information ), 3D models can be created manually, algorithmically ( procedural modeling ) or by scanning. Their surfaces can be further defined using texture mapping .