No modern electronic device is complete without some amount of programming or code development. The code development can be in the form of firmware development for an embedded microcontroller or processor. Alternatively, it is possible that the code be for a user interface on a computer or a mobile device. In either case as an end to end solutions provider we support our clients with both requirements.

Firmware development for all kinds of microcontrollers and processors is one of our core competency. We have developed customized firmware from our founding in 2003 for hundreds of projects. We have developed firmware for many industry leading architectures. We have developed code for almost all peripheral devices and features that are present on modern controllers and processors.

The key to a good firmware development is a thorough understanding of how the code works on the hardware level. This comes naturally to us because electronic hardware design is our other core competency. Hence we are in the best possible position to design hardware keeping in perspective the firmware control and develop reliable firmware that integrates seamlessly into the designed hardware.

In addition to our firmware development, we also handle customized user interface or application development. Be it in the form of a standalone application running on a local machine, or as a web application running on an online or cloud infrastructure. More recently, with mobile devices becoming ubiquitous we have also started supporting our clients with mobile apps targeted specifically at interactions with the electronics that we develop.

For our research and industrial clients, we also develop interactive virtual instrumentation based user interfaces (UI). Virtual instrumentation is the best suited interface option for monitoring, control and automation based applications. For research applications that require data presentation in a graphical display for easy understanding and analysis, virtual instrumentation interfaces are the best. Virtual instrumentation based UI also good, not just from a monitoring perspective, but also as a control perspective, because we can develop virtual equivalents of physical control devices.