An embedded system is a combination of computer hardware and software, either fixed in capability or programmable, designed for a specific function or functions within a larger system.
Our systems are :
- produced using as much off the shelf and readily available technology and modules as possible
- integrated to demonstrate a working system, reporting to display status, operation or other pertinent information
- the prototype is designed with field endurance in mind as the working example of a potential product
Since a full product development cycle is expensive, and for low quantities is impractical, rapid prototyping has fast become the viable alternative to introduce a working system, although unrefined,
into a established environment or as a rapid standalone solution to a problem. This is achieved by using a modularised approach to the solution development. The process starts with a compiling a list
of features and rather than developing a new PCB and new software from the ground up, existing modules are used to provide system features. For example, WIFI can be added by including the notorious
ESP8266 add on module. Thurough testing of the rapid prototype is affected to ensure that the meshing of disparate modules does not impact negatively on the solutions ROI to customer and performance.
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