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Embedded Software Design & Development Services

We provide embedded software development for Machine to Machine (M2M) communication systems, as well as for stand-alone devices for a range of applications.
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What we do

We build high-end software for microcontrollers and microprocessors using our extensive experience in embedded hardware design and development, and our skills in RTOS, Linux, Internet protocols, networking, security, and C/C++ programming languages. Our target markets include telecommunication, consumer electronics, healthcare, education, and industrial automation. Our software satisfies the requirements for reliability and performance and adheres to strict certification and qualification standards.


What's included?

We design, code and test software for embedded systems from bootloader to GUI or software for end users. Our services include firmware and device driver development, board support package development for multiple operating systems including Android, Linux, RTOS, and software development for single board computers.

Board Support Package (BSP) development

Our experts create custom BSP or a package of drivers and configuration settings that allows a kernel image to boot up a board. We provide the development for the bootloader, rootfs, kernel, and drivers.

Driver development

Whether you need drivers for a new device, or want to update an existing legacy application driver, we hold the ace when it comes to writing device drivers, or HAL (hardware abstraction layer) for Linux, Windows, Android, and macOS.

Firmware development

Our services include programming, updating, integrating, and optimizing embedded firmware for microcontrollers and processors. We set up the proper firmware architecture to make our code readable, easy to update, and debug.

Software development for SBCs

We write software to power different single board computers including Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Raspberry Clone. Other than SBC development, we also provide Linux optimization and development for SBC peripherals and sensors.


Check out our recent case study

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Autonomous Robotic Lawn Mower

The robotic mower has an autonomous navigation system powered by sensors and intelligent algorithms. We implemented full-cycle project development from hardware design to software development.

We work with some of the brightest companies across a range of industries

How we work

We provide suitable collaboration models for various types of clients. See where your involvement is most needed.

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Frequently asked questions

Read this information to better understand the process of embedded software design and development.

What platforms do you write embedded software for?

The range of platforms we work with is pretty broad. You can check out some of the most common platforms we use for embedded software development below:

  • x86/x86-64
  • ARM
  • FPGA
  • CPLD
  • PowerPC
  • MIPS
  • AVR
  • MSP430
  • PIC/PIC24/PIC32/dsPIC
  • DSP

What programming languages do you use?

Our team uses a variety of languages to build embedded software. They include C, C++, ASM, Python, JS, and Node-Red.

What types of projects have you built?

Our portfolio includes embedded software development projects for specialized test and measurement devices, a control unit for a home automation system, an asset tracking solution and various controllers. We've designed and developed software and firmware for mobile gadgets, IoT and navigation devices based on Linux, Android, and other operating systems.

What OS do you use for embedded software development?

  • Embedded Linux
  • Windows/Windows CE
  • Android
  • RTOS
  • ROS

What methodologies do you use in the development process?

We normally follow Agile best practices and use Scrum and Kanban methodologies in our work process. But we're flexible and can use Waterfall methodology if this is the best way to organize work on a particular project.

Do you provide embedded software testing services?

Yes we do! We have a quality assurance department in our company which tests the software we develop so our engineers can fix issues before the product is released. We use manual and automated testing methods.

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