Embedded Systems

Embedded System Design: This involves designing the hardware and software components of an embedded system to meet specific requirements. It includes selecting the appropriate microcontroller or microprocessor, designing PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards), and developing firmware or software to control the hardware.

Firmware Development: Creating the software that runs on the embedded system's microcontroller or microprocessor. This involves writing code to control hardware peripherals, manage power consumption, and execute the desired functionality.

Hardware Development: Designing the physical components of the embedded system, including selecting and integrating sensors, actuators, communication interfaces, and power management circuitry.

Custom PCB Design: Developing custom Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) to accommodate the hardware components of the embedded system. This includes schematic design, layout, and manufacturing.

RTOS (Real-Time Operating System) Integration: If real-time performance is required, integrating a real-time operating system into the embedded system to manage task scheduling and ensure timely execution of critical functions.
Embedded systems services are essential for businesses and industries that rely on specialized computing solutions to drive their products and operations. These services help ensure that embedded systems are reliable, efficient, secure, and meet the specific needs of their intended applications.