System Development

We help providers of embedded devices to create high-performance, smart, reliable, scalable, and integrated products by providing comprehensive know-how and software engineering capabilities to facilitate the timely, reliable, and cost-efficient development of embedded solutions.

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Target markets

The target segments of this market offering are represented based on industries that benefit from embedded systems.


Embedded systems are essential in industrial automation, enhancing efficiency, precision, and reliability by controlling machinery, robots, and monitoring systems to optimize productivity and minimize downtime.

Consumer electronics

Consumer devices like smartphones, smart TVs, and wearables leverage embedded functionalities for seamless integration with other devices and online services as well as enhanced connectivity and convenience.


Embedded systems optimize energy management in smart grids and renewable energy systems, promoting sustainable production, distribution, and consumption while minimizing environmental impact.

Health & Medical

Medical devices like MRI machines and pacemakers utilize embedded systems to ensure accurate diagnosis and treatment,  through real-time monitoring and precise control integrated with electronic health records.


Telecommunications infrastructure relies on embedded systems to ensure efficient data transmission, network management, and connectivity across wired and wireless networks.


Embedded systems in vehicles are crucial for enhancing safety, efficiency, and comfort, enabling features like collision avoidance, adaptive cruise control, and infotainment systems.

Embedded & IoT

Embedded systems are vital for IoT, connecting devices for data gathering, analysis, and remote management in diverse fields like homes, cities, farming, and environmental monitoring, automating tasks and saving resources.

Business & Technical problems in embedded systems

Project Definition & Estimation

Unclear requirements, pricing model selection, and feasibility studies pose challenges in project definition and estimation, impacting business planning and execution.

Availability of components for design

Maintaining continuous stock supply of hardware components presents a logistical challenge for businesses, impacting production timelines and project schedules.

Working with real-life hardware

Not many people know how to work with real-life hardware and all that it entails (signal distribution through systems, various hardware deficiencies), resulting in scarcity of expertise in this field.

Integration into a ready-made solution

Making a solution that operates as a complete system and integrating several sub-systems into one system.
This process demands planning, coordination, and technical proficiency.

Lack of various RTOS knowledge

The absence of knowledge in real-time operating systems such as FreeRTOS and Yocto, used in Linux distributed systems, poses a challenge in navigating and effectively utilizing these platforms.

The need for analytical capabilities

Having multiple expertise is essential -  knowledge of microcontrollers, hardware, operating systems, as well as problem-solving, attention to detail, and continuous learning.


Debugging embedded systems is more difficult in the development phase (compared to software solutions), because of hardware-software interactions, diverse hardware platforms, low-level programming nuances etc.

Efficient maintenance

Locating and resolving issues within sub-systems can be complex, often requiring specialized expertise. Test systems allow problem identification and resolution, contributing to enhanced system reliability and performance optimization.

Key business needs

Cost-effectiveness in mass production

- Optimal selection of MCUs and hardware components.

- Consideration of SoC solutions like ESP32.

Design and development

Design and development of embedded devices that meet specific resource constraints, such as limited memory, processing power, and energy consumption, while also considering physical constraints like dimensions, shape, and weight.

Device reliability

Device reliability is crucial, considering:

  • Extended operation without failures.
  • Financial losses and reputation damage due to recalls or failures.
  • Safety implications, especially in critical industries like medicine and transportation.

Regulatory compliance

Regulatory compliance across industries demands rigorous testing and validation.

Security challenges

Security challenges due to the increasing number and complexity of embedded devices, including:

- Difficulties in software updates and patching.

- Geographical distribution and authentication concerns.

- Risk of attack replication in mass-produced devices.

Intuitive interaction

Human Machine Interface (HMI) requirements vary from autonomous operation to touchscreen interfaces, emphasizing intuitive interaction.

Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication

Growing demand for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication, essential for IoT development, brings real-time monitoring, remote management of devices and systems, direct communication etc.


The service in question encompasses key technologies, practices, processes, and standards know-how.

Programming languages

  • C
  • C++
  • Python

CI/CD Tools

PCB design

  • Altium
  • Solidworks PCB

Microcontroller architecture

  • ARM Cortex M4/M7

Operating systems

  • Operating systems:
    • Linux (e.g., Yocto distribution)
  • RTOS:
    • FreeRTOS
    • embOS

Machine Vision

  • NVIDIA - Jetson Nano
  • NVIDIA - Jetson Xavier
  • OpenCV


  • SPI
  • I2C
  • UART (RS323, RS485)
  • 1-Wire
  • CAN
  • CANOpen
  • Ethernet
  • USB communication
  • EtherCAT
  • MQTT
  • LoRa
  • Bluetooth
  • Modbas


  • STM32
  • Texas Instruments
  • ESP32 (System on chip microcontroller)

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Best practices & know-how

Embedded System Failure – Contrary to Device Reliability

  • Robust Design: Implementing fault-tolerant measures, redundancy, error handling, and fail-safe designs to manage failures effectively.
  • Systematic Testing: Comprehensive testing covering all requirements, automated where possible, including hardware-in-the-loop systems and non-functional tests like performance and security.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Adhering to industry standards to ensure high-quality and safe embedded systems.


Regulatory compliance

To ensure that the embedded solution meets the prescribed standards, processes for the development lifecycle (both for hardware and software) must align with the specified standards. Typically, the development lifecycle is based on the V-Model with gates that, through validation and verification steps, guarantee the expected outcome.

M2M (Machine-to-Machine communication)

A solid grasp of communication technologies and protocols is vital. Selecting the right technology and protocol hinges on project requirements and constraints. These typically include factors like data volume, distance, environmental conditions, security needs, and the number of communication nodes involved.

Definition of Requirements (Functional and Non-functional)

The process of gathering business needs and client's functional requirements. Analytical skills are necessary for understanding business needs and defining functional and technical requirements essential for feasibility study development.

Flexibility and variety of the product

  • TModular design to reuse components
  • Configurable modules for customization
  • Utilize Test to Speech (TTS) for testing
  • Automate configuration and testing during production
  • Conduct end-to-end testing post-assembly.


HMI (Human Machine Interface)

Market trends - Transition to Industry 4.0

The transition to Industry 4.0 and IoT solutions is driving the development of embedded devices, prompting manufacturers to enhance their products with features like increased autonomy, connectivity, security, ML and AI integration, edge computing, and IoT system integration. This motivates traditional device manufacturers to develop new device generations incorporating these technologies and leads to the emergence of numerous startups needing support to tackle challenges in embedded device development.

Key benefits

Software partner with strong domain know-how

Having a software partner that has complete know-how and software engineering capabilities for timely, reliable & cost-efficient development of products.

Resources optimization

Time and budget optimization through transparent project management and effective control over product development, ensuring timely decision-making and budget control.

Quick onboaring

Quick onboarding and entry into the performing phase due to our expertise in the field.

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