A well-designed electronic system often decides about the efficiency of the whole device and also about how resistant it will be, also to unpredictable factors, and in the future – ready for expansion.
- Electronic devices design
- execution systems controllers (motors, valves and other devices requiring signal control or shaping)
- data acquisition systems
- measurement systems
- distributed and wireless systems
- System prototyping and testing
Thus, when designing we take care not only to meet the assumptions. We want the final device to be as universal as possible. Thanks to this approach, its further expansion capabilities is only a matter of changes in the software or exchanging a single element. We also want the device to be resistant to distortions and working parameters changes. Thus, during the design phase, we subject the system to simulations, and in the prototype phase – to intensive testing. The design itself is made in such a way that it will be possible to change its configuration and in case of problems they are easy to be diagnosed.